‘White before whiteness in the late Middle Ages’ will launch via Zoom on Jan. 25 from 5-6:30 p.m.
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The engineering professor will perform research related to gastrointestinal motility over the next three years in New Zealand.
Professor and collection strategist named a Library Journal Reviewer of the Year 2023.
The second-year faculty member co-authored a paper analyzing the effect of CEO age on financial reporting quality and clawback provisions.
Wilson appears at number 14 on the list as she begins her presidency of the Association of American Law Schools.
Politics professor Clyde Wang offers perspective on government intervention to combat declining birth rates in China.
Kumudu Gamage will use the funds for professional development and summer research.
Washington and Lee University’s Community Grants Committee evaluated fifteen proposals in November and made fourteen grants totaling over $24,000 to non-profit organizations in Lexington and Rockbridge County.
Elliott King was elected to the position at the organization’s 2023 conference.
First-year earth and environmental science professor co-authored a paper titled “Monogenetic volcanoes as windows into transcrustal mush.”
Josh Rassin ’24 will begin his two-year placement with a startup company following graduation.
The Williams School construction and Elrod Commons Phase 2 renovations are well underway while maintenance on Sydney Lewis Hall nears completion.