As a member of the NAC, Woody will review decisions rendered in FINRA disciplinary and membership proceedings.
Professor Joel Kuehner’s article focuses on film flow inside corrugated pipes.
The scholarship of Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck was downloaded nearly 13,500 times during 2022, placing him 16th on a list combining scholars from all categories of legal research.
Professor Adedayo Abah will travel to Tanzania to help build a master’s degree program in communications at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Professors Joshua Fairfield and Kish Parella were recognized for their outstanding scholarly work.
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“Practical Symbolic Interactions in the Shrine of the South: Conversations with a Damn Yankee” is set to be released on Jan. 15.
Professors Emily Landry and Jim Casey both spoke at the workshop held in Havana.
The AALS House of Representatives voted to accept Wilson’s nomination as the 2023 President-elect. Wilson has served the AALS in numerous capacities, including membership on its Executive Committee since 2020.
Professor Genelle Gertz teamed with former student Pasquale Toscano ’16 to author “The Lost Network of Elizabeth Barton.”
Beth Staples’ fictional short story “Leaf Peepers” appeared in the publication’s Fall 2022 edition.
Anthony Edwards, Theodore Van Loan and Kameliya Atanasova were featured at the annual event.
Professor Lynn Uzzell shared her expertise on the disputed document known as the Pinckney Plan.
Gordon Reistrup was presented with the Susan Hagan Memorial Trophy for the second time.
Recent articles by Sarah Haan on sexism in corporate governance were featured in a commentary by New York Times business and economic columnist Peter Coy.
Professor Brandon Hasbrouck published "Reimagining Public Safety."
Ninth-year head coach named the league’s top coach for the fifth time.
New mentor garners recognition in her first season coaching the Generals.
Eighth-year head coach garners top conference honor for the fourth time.
Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck published "Movement Constitutionalism."
Diego Millan’s recent article analyzes the centrality of jokes in the Chester Himes book “If He Hollers Let Him Go.”
Michael F. Walsh Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn was enshrined in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association (IWLCA) Hall of Fame during a ceremony held on Nov. 17.
Art Goldsmith is completing his one-year term as president of the Southern Economic Association.
David Harbor to work on collaborative project to describe and model the erosion process known as “plucking.”
Kevin Finch is nearing completion of his film documentary on celebrated jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery.
Professor Jill Fraley published "Eminent Domain and Unfettered Discretion: Lessons from a History of U.S. Territorial Takings."
Prof. Tim MacDonnell published "Making An Offer That Can’t Be Refused: The Need For Reform In The Rules Governing Informed Consent And Doctor-Patient Agreements."
George Bent, David Pfaff and Mackenzie Brooks teamed up to profile the 3D reconstruction of historic sites in Florence, Italy.
Zoila Ponce de León recognized by the Journal for Latin American Studies.
A new member of the art faculty, Emma Steinkraus recently completed an exhibition at the Hashimoto Contemporary in Los Angeles.
In a new role focusing on pedagogy, W&L Law professor Jill Fraley will design faculty workshops to help the law school advance science-based teaching practices that further student learning and inclusivity.
Alice Tianbo Zhang’s research is being used to shed light on the impact of the pandemic on business activities in Indian Country.
Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck published "On Lenity: What Justice Gorsuch Didn’t Say" examining the decision in Wooden v. United States.
Professor James Moliterno's recent publications include the third edition of "Global Issues in the Legal Profession."
Elliott King profiled the renowned artist for ‘The Journal of Surrealism and the Americas.’
Eric Moffa holds several state and national leadership positions in the field of education.
Timothy Lubin and Anthony Edwards both presented at the event held in Berlin earlier this month.
Dan Johnson seeks to develop assessment tools to foster creativity in STEM education.
Peter Grajzl named a 2022 winner of the Elinor Ostrom Prize.
Zoila Ponce de León will utilize the grant to study immigration and deportation in the U.S. and Brazil.
“The Red Widow” hit bookshelves on Sept. 6 and has received positive reviews.
Clover Archer’s work will be featured in the Art in Odd Places Story exhibition in New York City later this month.
Sandy de Lissovoy is one of 22 fellows to participate in the prestigious residency program from Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.
Erin Gray helped form and reported the results from a collaborative work group
Hanstedt has been elected the at-large representative for private liberal arts colleges in the Virginia Educational Development Collaborative (VEDC).
Professor J.D. King published "Juries, Democracy, and Petty Crime."
Professor Carliss Chatman published "We Shouldn't Need Roe."
Professor Heather Kolinsky published "Storytelling, The Sound of Music, And Special Teams: Revisiting Some Basic Legal Writing Techniques With Fresh Eyes."
Ponce de Leon's paper "Women Want an Answer! Field Experiments on Elected Officials and Gender Bias" was featured in the Harvard Gendar Action Portal
As director, Loar is responsible for the management and administration of the program
Prof. Alex Klein published "When Police Volunteer to Kill."
Six members of the faculty were recognized for their contributions in the classroom, to scholarship and to experiential education.
W&L Law professor Sarah Haan has been named to be the inaugural Class of 1958 Uncas and Anne McThenia Professor of Law. Her appointment is effective July 1, 2022.
Alice Tianbo Zhang's research on energy access was featured in the June 16 edition of Nature Energy
Professor Aly Colón was interviewed in an article titled “As America watched Jan. 6 hearing, Fox viewers heard Tucker Carlson’s alternate reality.”
Professor David Baluarte published "Refugees Under Duress: International Law and the Serious Nonpolitical Crime Bar."
Michelle Cosby, Assistant Dean of Legal Information Services and Professor of Practice, has been selected to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians.
Jasiewicz, the William P. Ames Jr. Professor of Sociology at W&L, recently published a book titled “On the Streets and at the Polls."
Prof. Matt Boaz published "Practical Abolition: Universal Representation as an Alternative to Immigration Detention."
Prof. Josh Fairfield published "'You Keep Using That Word': Why Privacy Doesn’t Mean What Lawyers Think."
Professor Brandon Hasbrouck Published "Movement Judges."
Prof. Chris Seaman, along with coauthor Thuan Tran '21L, published “Intellectual Property and Tabletop Games.”
"Classroom Insiders," a podcast produced by Prof. Karen Woody and her students, has been honored by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
Prof. James Moliterno published "Introducing Students to Ethics and Professionalism Challenges in Virtual Communication."
Prof. Josh Fairfield published “Governing the Interface Between Natural and Formal Language in Smart Contracts.”
Washington and Lee’s Staniar Gallery presents “Passage,” a retrospective exhibition of paintings celebrating the career of W&L’s Kathleen Olson. There will be a public reception for the show on May 7 at 5 p.m. in Wilson Concert Hall.
Prof. Kish Parella published "Contractual Stakeholderism"
Rădulescu's plays capture the challenges and triumphs faced by immigrants and refugees.
Prof. Sarah Haan published "Corporate Governance and the Feminization of Capital."
The Instituto Cervantes invited Professor Mayock to Spain to speak at the inaugural event for the Centenary Celebration of Carmen Laforet in March 2022.
King co-edited a book as a part of Penn State Press' "Refiguring Modernism" series.
Cambridge University Press will publish Marcos Perez's book on Argentina's Unemployed Workers' Movement.
Professor Barton Myers was selected as one of 10 Gilder Lehrman Scholarly Fellows in 2021.
Professor Brandon Hasbrouck published "The Antiracist Constitution."
Research by Alexander and Williams on Thomas Jefferson’s “Manual and the Modern Rules of the U.S. Congress” is featured in the spring 2022 edition of Fine Books & Collections magazine.
"The Red Widow: The Scandal That Shook Paris and the Woman Behind It All," is available for preorder now.
Lynn Rainville discusses her research and field work with Black cemeteries.
Professor Jill Fraley published "Against Court Packing, or a Plea to Formally Amend the Constitution."
Chantal Smith, assistant professor of economics at Washington and Lee University, was recently elected to the Executive Board of Directors for the National Economic Association (NEA).
The three-night miniseries airs on the History Channel beginning Feb. 20 at 8 p.m.
Michelle Brock and Holly Pickett are the Harte Center Faculty Teaching Scholar Grant recipients.
Zhang's paper is titled, "Electoral Backlash or Positive Reinforcement? Wind Power and Congressional Elections in the United States."
Professor of Politics Rebecca Harris recently published "Party Food: A Partisan History of Food & Farming in America."
Professor Michelle Brock will give a talk on witch hunting in modern culture.
The Virginia Library Association is the primary statewide professional association for public, academic and special librarians and libraries in Virginia.
Lexington's Downtown Books will host W&L Professor Domnica Radulescu for a book launch on Jan. 27 at 4:30 p.m.
Professor Rebecca Benefiel discusses the role of graffiti in the ancient Roman town of Pompeii.
Davies' public lecture was titled "The Path to Kina Convertibility: Foreign Exchange Market of Papua New Guinea."
Professor Carliss Chatman published "Corporate Family Matters."
Arabic professor Anthony Edwards recently published “An Incomplete Journey Away from the Past: The Life and Ideas of Antonius Ameuney (1821–1881).”
Kerin recently published a paper titled "Cut, Tuck, and Paste: Repurposing Mass-Produced Imagery at Buddhist Shrines in Ladakh, India."
A new book from W&L Law professor Johanna Bond pulls together decades of research to address identity discrimination.
Miranda was recently awarded the H. Hiter Harris III Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching for 2021.
Hellwig will take a leave of absence from W&L to lead the program, which is considered the premier graduate tax program in the country.
Ponce de León's peer-reviewed journal article focuses on the impact of political parties on healthcare reform in Peru.
The anthology consists of 15 essays in Spanish and English that offer a fresh look at Spanish metafiction, not just in literature but also in television, film, theatre, photography and art.
Lynn Rainville discusses Black cemetery preservation in a recent NBC News article.
Professor Cody Watson's paper analyzes the use of deep learning in software engineering research.
Davies work looks at the setting of exchange rates in resource-rich developing countries.
Professor Eva Lyon published an article in Global Change Biology.
Professor Lesley Wheeler will give a public author talk on Sept. 22 as part of Randolph College’s Pearl S. Buck Writers in Residence experience.