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Jay Dadhania '24 checks a patient during his work with International Medical Relief in Turkey.

Supporting Summer Experiential Learning


Washington College invests hundreds of thousands of dollars in supporting students undertaking internships, conducting research, or engaging in creative scholarship every summer, extending their liberal arts education into fields they may pursue after graduation.

the Washington Prize medal

George Washington Prize Nominees Announced


Created by Washington College, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, and George Washington’s Mount Vernon, the $50,000 George Washington Prize is one of the nation’s largest and most notable literary awards.

This rendering of the planned upgrades for the Miller Library Terrace show how the area will be made more accessible.

Campus upgrades underway over summer


In addition to major renovations to the library terrace, new outdoor furniture and recreational spaces are in the works, as well as improved kitchens and living rooms in Western Shore dorms.

Volunteers listen to instructions from professor Julie Markin while standing by archaeological units excavated to varying depths.

Archaeology Field School Opens Site to Public


The summer course provides students from Washington College and elsewhere a hands-on opportunity to learn archaeology techniques and includes one day when students share what they’ve learned with curious members of the public who come to help on the dig.

Annie Coleman and her husband on a ship during a tour.

In Memoriam: Annie B. Coleman


The executive assistant to seven Washington College presidents, Coleman was named an honorary alumna at her 2016 retirement in recognition of 33 years of dedicated service. She died June 20 at the age of 74.