Attention, Juniors! Come to the back of D-Hall on Sunday, December 14, at 3:00 p.m. for Starbucks coffee, Krispy Kreme donuts, and hot chocolate. Take a quick study break with your classmates!
The Executive Committee invites you to Evans Dining Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 6:45 p.m. to observe the anniversary of the tragic accident that occurred one year ago. We will be showing a video made last spring by the Promise Committee. Cookies and cocoa will be provided.
Are you interested in summer abroad opportunities for research, internships, or service learning? Do you wonder where to start? Tomorrow evening, come ask students who went abroad last summer:
Tuesday, December 2, from 7 -8 pm, Leyburn Library
Students with 2014 summer internships, research, and service learning abroad will participate in a [...]
Date: Wednesday, January 28
Location: Leyburn Writing Center – M11
As you work on your law school applications, or consider whether law school is right for you, take a break from your studies to join Shawn McShay, Assistant Dean of Admissions at Washington and Lee University School of Law for a [...]
Thursday, November 13, 2014 @ 7PM in Chavis Boardroom, Commons 206
Studying abroad is often a life changing experience. Students select to study abroad for a variety of reasons: to explore a different culture, learn or improve their language skills or to immerse themselves in a global world. This program is [...]
What kinds of opportunities can you apply for early in your undergraduate career? What should you be doing now to make yourself more competitive for national fellowships in the future?
Come to a Fellowship Workshop (dates below) to learn answers to these questions and more, as well as to hear from [...]
Are you looking for a full time job? Check out SLAC for opportunities in a variety of industries including education, government, business and nonprofit.
Every year, W&L Career Development teams up with 12 other top liberal arts schools to hold the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium Off-Campus Recruitment Day, where multiple employers [...]
The Roger Mudd Center for Ethics
Phillip A. Goff: “Preventing the Next Ferguson: The Sciences of Bias in Policing”
November 6 at 4:30pm (Stackhouse Theater, Elrod Commons)
Implicit Bias Mini-Conference
November 7 from 9:00am – 1:00pm (Hillel Multipurpose Room)
Panel discussion, sponsored by the Mudd Center for Ethics and given by Phillip Goff, Robert Smith, [...]
We are conducting one last round of Quick Tips before the end of the term. This time we’ll cover six sessions in only three weeks!
Our unique 30-minute programs are designed to help you take a step forward in your professional development. All Quick Tips programs start promptly at 8:30am in [...]
Interested in community health, psychology, health care
management or education?
Looking for a one-year fellowship opportunity?
Sign up for one-on-one meetings on LexLink – schedule ID 197