The Kiplin Hall Summer Program is a three-week course that takes place in Richmond, Yorkshire, England and Glengarriff, Ireland. It gives students the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the Romantics, including William Wordsworth and Samuel T. Coleridge, and to write about their own, individual experiences. The course is taught and guided by Professor of English Literature Dr. Richard Gillin and Lecturer in English Mrs. Barbara Gillin.
The Ichthyology class at Washington College studies the major groups of fish as well as systematics, physiology, behavior, ecology, and evolution of fish. Student spend the first half of semester getting acquainted with the fish collection here at Washington College. Dr. Martin Connaughton brought his students to the Smithsonian Natural Science Support Center, where they house millions of specimens and collections of fish, to test their fish knowledge.