Law professor and international criminal lawyer Leila Nadya Sadat explains why she’ll ‘never give up’ in the pursuit of a global treaty to prosecute mass crimes taking place in Ukraine and around the world. Crimes against humanity are among the worst international crimes. They involve widespread or systematic attacks on the most vulnerable members of […]
In March, Italy’s Data Protection Agency took the extraordinary step of banning ChatGPT within the country over concerns about consent and personal data privacy. Ironically, this one-month ban may have provided the strongest evidence to date of the technology’s transformative impact on business and the economy.
Washington University in St. Louis seniors Sabrina Hu and Sam Norwitz are among the 23 U.S. students who have been selected for the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which fully funds postgraduate study and research at the University of Cambridge. Chase Antonacci, a 2019 alumnus, also has been named a scholar.
Ten recent alumni of Washington University in St. Louis earned Fulbright awards in 2023 to travel abroad to conduct research or to teach English.
Cindy Brantmeier, professor of Applied Linguistics and Global Studies in Arts and Sciences, and principal investigator in the Language Research Laboratory at Washington University, has been named to the advisory board for LANGUAGES, a multinational language acquisition research study.
Anika Walke, the Georgie W. Lewis Career Development Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, has won a senior fellowship in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie FRIAS COFUND Program.