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Biology Students Learn through Research

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How Can Gen Z Transform U.S. Politics?

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Why JWU’s New Community Justice Minor Is a Major Step Forward

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Communication Career Insights from the Pros

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JWU Maximizes Student Success By Partnering With The Washington Center

JWU’s 12th Annual Academic Symposium recently highlighted excellence in academic work. Visual: Stack of research books.

12th Annual Academic Symposium Celebrates Student Research

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MCST Student Shares Top Reasons Why You Should Consider the Program

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An Abundance of Academic Pathways

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The JWU Advantage: Biology

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What Can You Do with an Equine Degree? Just Ask a JWU Alum

Stanford-MIT Election Map: 2016 U.S. Voter Turnout by Mail

Deconstructing Election 2020

Two students assess data in the Criminal Justice lab.

The JWU Advantage: Criminal Justice

MIT Election Performance Index: 2016 Voter Turnout by State

Are Credible Elections Still Possible?

Unique Pelletier is a recipient of the 2020 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation’s Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors.

For Fellowship Recipient Unique Pelletier, Counseling Is Deeply Personal

Academic Symposium

Student Research Selected for 11th Annual Academic Symposium

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JWU Student Dives Into COVID-19 Research

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JWU Gives Tim Higginson a Second Chance

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Jim Brosnan Brings a Poet’s Spirit to JWU