The team John Sorock and Shannon Sherrill won top honors at the 2008 Robert J. Grey Jr. Negotiations competition at Washington and Lee University School of Law
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Campus Sustainability Week at Washington and Lee University, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, is an educational and awareness event to bring sustainability to the forefront of the consciousness of W&L students, faculty and staff and the Lexington/Rockbridge community. All events are open to the public.
On the eve of the presidential election, Ambassador Constance A. Morella will discuss "Global Expectations for the Next Administration" at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 24 in Lee Chapel. Her talk is the first in the new Francis McNulty Logan Lewis Annual Lecture Series, sponsored by the George C. Marshall Foundation.
Between 1941 and 1970, retreating glaciers in the Peruvian Andes caused three floods and two avalanches that resulted in the deaths of about 30,000 people.
Poet Honoree Fanonne Jeffers, associate professor of English at the University of Oklahoma, will read from her work on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 4 p.m. in the Staniar Gallery in Wilson Hall at Washington and Lee University.
Washington and Lee '08 graduate Jamie Ferrell has recently been awarded the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Chile. Ferrell was named the alternate last May but was told of her award in August.
Washington and Lee University's Lee Chapel & Museum opened a new exhibition, "Martha Custis Washington: The Indispensable Woman," on Sept. 12. It includes objects associated with George Washington and the Custis family, on loan from The Mount Vernon Ladies Association. The small changing exhibition runs through May 17, 2009.
Charging political candidates with lying is an extremely serious charge, and judging them to be telling lies rather than exaggerating requires meeting a very high standard, according to a Washington and Lee University philosophy professor who has defined lying for the Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Monday, September 15, at 3 p.m., Russell A. Miller, associate professor of law at W&L, appeared on NPR affiliate WMRA’s Virginia Insight show to discuss his new book. Titled "U.S. National Security, Intelligence and Democracy: From the Church Committee to the War on Terror," it examines the recent history of the secret world of national security.
On the seventh anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, Washington and Lee University has announced the restructuring and expansion of the Schlegel Prize for International Studies, which was created to honor Commander Robert Allan Schlegel, a 1985 alumnus of W&L who was killed at the Pentagon.