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    You’ll Love This Place

    Weighing your college options? We’re all smiles here at Washington College. From learning beyond the classroom to incredible internships, find out from our students why they love Washington College.

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  • This summer, Washington College coach Jake Alvarez will represent his father’s homeland as a member of Puerto Rico’s national lacrosse team, competing at the 2018 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship.
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    Jake Alvarez has earned a spot on Puerto Rico’s national lacrosse team.
  • Helping Washington College grow greener is the hope of its new director of sustainability.
    The Guru of Green

    Washington College’s new director of sustainability hopes to lead the College toward becoming one of the nation’s greenest.

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  • Andrew Darlington ’19 presented a talk at the AHA conference about his experience with the Starr Center's Story...
    History Students Make Their Mark
    What happens when a group of inquisitive young scholars encounters the most prestigious gathering of historians in the country?
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  • Field Studies

    By studying the behavior of field sparrows, Jennie Carr, assistant professor of biology, WC students, and staff at the Center for Environment & Society are hoping to learn how this declining bird species could become more successful at raising its young.

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  • Grant Twilley ’15 flies over the Sulu Sea in the Philippines while working on a LIDAR project.
    Eye in the Sky

    Using his experience in Washington College’s GIS Lab and Center for Environment & Society, Grant Twilley ’15 is flying around the world employing leading-edge technologies to map what lies beneath.

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    “We Speak For The Rivers”
    Alumnna Elle Bassett attributes her success as Miles-Wye Riverkeeper to WC’s Chesapeake Semester.
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  • A cell phone can be a lifeline for a woman in crisis. This map identifies pockets where service is poor or non-existent.
    Faculty Focus: Helping Women in Crisis

    Under the leadership of sociology professor Rachel Durso, the College’s GIS program partnered with the Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence (MSCFV) in a one-million-dollar Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant to help local victims of domestic violence. 

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