Live from Lex

Live from Lex!

Live from Lex is a weekly live session with faculty, staff and students highlighting various W&L departments and programs. In addition to hearing from members of the W&L communities about the opportunities and activities we offer, and, at the session's end, will hold a Q&A to answer your questions LIVE.

While we don't currently have any live sessions on the calendar, we encourage you to check out the recordings of past sessions in the links below!

Past Sessions

Chat with President Dudley and Sally Richmond

Wednesday, April 29, at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time
In this session, hosts President Will Dudley and Sally Stone Richmond, Vice President for Admissions and Financial Aid, will answer your lingering questions about W&L!

Career Development and Fellowships

Friday, April 24, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session, hosted by John Jensen, Dean of Career and Professional Development, Matthew Loar, Director of Fellowships, Lisa Alty, John T. Herwick, M.D. Professor of Chemistry and Pre-Health Adviser, and current student leaders will focus on internship, career, graduate, and fellowship opportunities available at W&L.

Why I Teach at W&L

Wednesday, April 22, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session will highlight the unique learning environment and close student/faculty relationships at Washington and Lee. This session will be hosted by: Mikki Brock, Associate Professor of History; Mark Coddington, Assistant Professor of Journalism & Mass Communications; Michael Hill, Professor of Africana Studies; Linda Hooks, Professor of Economics; and Gregg Whitworth, Associate Professor of Biology.

The First-Year Experience

Friday, April 17, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session will cover the comprehensive experience of first-year students and the opportunities and support available to them. Some topics include Residential Life, The Leading Edge Pre-Orientation Program, Orientation Week, and our new FYE 100 course. This session will be hosted by Jason Rodocker, Associate Dean of Students and Dean for First-Year Experience, and the student co-chairs of the First-Year Orientation Committee.

Academic Life at W&L

Wednesday, April 15, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session, hosted by Lena Hill, Dean of the College and Professor of English, Fred LaRiviere, Associate Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Chemistry, and Rob Straughan, Dean of the Williams School of Commerce, Economics, and Politics and Professor of Business Administration, will focus on W&L’s innovative approach to the liberal arts and sciences. Our hosts will discuss the opportunities available to students in W&L’s remarkably broad curriculum, including Spring Term and a variety of interdisciplinary and research programs.

Student Identity and Civic Engagement

Friday, April 10, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session, hosted by Tamara Futrell, Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Student Engagement, Jenny Davidson, Assistant Director of the Shepherd Program, and several student leaders who partner with faculty and staff in these programs, focuses on student identity and the many ways students get involved with the Lexington and Rockbridge County communities.

Student Health and Wellness

Wednesday, April 8, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
This session, hosted by Sidney Evans, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Megan Hobbs, Associate Dean of Students and Dean of Sophomores and Juniors, and Dr. Jane Horton, Director of Student Health and Counseling Services, focuses on health, wellness, and the support students can receive from faculty and staff at W&L.

Student Activities

Friday, April 3, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
You will meet Kelsey Goodwin, Director of Student Activities, and several W&L students, who will discuss the many ways Washington and Lee students get involved on campus and are supported by the University in their extracurricular lives.

International Education

Friday, March 27, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time
A session with current students and staff from the Center for International Education. You’ll hear about international programs and partnerships, student and faculty experiences studying abroad and how you can participate in global education as a W&L student.