"W&L After Class" invites listeners to join a conversation with W&L’s expert faculty on their teaching, research interests and passion projects.
The weekend’s seminar will feature Amor Towles discussing his latest book, “The Lincoln Highway.”
"W&L After Class" invites listeners to join conversations with W&L's expert faculty about their teaching, research and passion projects.
Alumni enjoyed one another's company and a variety of weekend festivities.
This year’s symposium will take place March 3-4 and address corporate responsibility in times of armed conflict.
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The monthly podcast explores Washington and Lee faculty's research, teaching and passion projects.
Hess, associate professor of accounting at W&L, discusses her passion for teaching classes like "Anatomy of a Fraud," a popular Spring Term class about corporate fraud
This year’s symposium will address "The Civil War and the Ethics of Loyalty.”
W&L faculty and alumni will share their efforts on creating a more sustainable future.
The new episode of "W&L After Class: The Lifelong Learning Podcast" features Tyler Lorig, professor emeritus of cognitive and behavioral science, who has spent his career studying the olfactory system.
W&L’s Office of Lifelong Learning presents an inside view of ongoing research from university faculty July 19-23 titled “Beyond the Classroom: Frontiers of Faculty Research.”
Jan Hathorn’s interview on the April episode of "W&L After Class: The Lifelong Learning Podcast" includes conversations about the new Duchossois Athletic and Recreation Center, the role of athletics in a W&L education, and her experiences as Washington and Lee’s first female athletic director.
In the latest episode of the Lifelong Learning podcast, Mish talks about his passion for theater, how musicals can be reinvented to account for changing times, and his experiences connecting students and alumni.
In this podcast series from the Office of Lifelong Learning, Bond dives into the world of human rights, highlighting the justice reforms achieved by nonprofits with which she works.
Rob Fure, director of Lifelong Learning Programs, looks forward to a mutual celebration of our nation’s recovery.
When she isn't keeping the offices of Lifelong Learning and Institutional History humming, Emily King likes to spend time with her family, bake and collect more books than she will ever read.