• 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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  • (L to R) Simon Belcher ’18 works with high school senior Vince Wilson, senior Matthew Mernaugh, and junior Jakob Wat...
    Teaching Green

    Through four experiments they are teaching this year at Kent County High School, chemistry professor Anne Marteel-Parrish and several of her students are introducing local high school students to the principles and benefits of green and sustainable chemistry.

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  • French professor Kitty Maynard, pictured with keynote speaker Jeff Percels, organized the conference.
    Faculty Focus: Seiziémistes of the MidAtlantic

    Professor of French Kitty Maynard organized a professional conference on sixteenth-century France that also showcased undergraduate work in French studies.

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  • Inside the Home of “The Butler”

    Students associated with the College’s Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience enjoyed a field trip to the home of White House butler Eugene Allen.

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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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  • Mike Hudson ’18 holds a Cooper’s hawk banded at Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory.
    Taking Off

    Mike Hudson’s longtime loves of birding and writing have thrived during his time at Washington College. Now set to graduate this spring, he’s already combined these skills to land a position as co-editor of a pre-eminent national birding journal.

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  • Bill Schindler forages in Ireland.
    Food Research in Ireland
    The Eastern Shore Food Lab gets a running start by building on research with top experts around the world.
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  • Washington College students get a hands-on environmental education about the Chesapeake Bay.
    Chesapeake Heroes on the Half Shell
    In a gala next February, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation will honor Washington College with the Conservationist of the Year Award for its “preeminent” leadership in environmental education.
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