Elzbieta Sklodowska – FOCUS Program in Cuba
Have a cup of joe with a mentor – Washington University in St. Louis Engineering
Be sure to join us this Friday in Whispers Cafe for our 3rd Coffee with a Mentor of the semester featuring Michael Kinch, PhD. associate vice chancellor and director of WUSTL’s Center for Research Innovation in Business. Here’s a link for more info courtesy of the School of Engineering: Have a cup of joe with a […]
2015 YSEIC Elevator Pitch Competition
Yesterday starting at approximately 1 p.m. central standard time we kicked off our afternoon hearing from the first of 38 Semi-Finalists in the 2015 YouthBridge Social Enterprise and Innovation Competition. Each semi-finalist had two minutes to give their pitch followed by three minutes of Q&A from our judges. Despite having more semi-finalists this year than […]
And the Olin Cup goes to …
The 2015 Olin Cup Award announcement took place on Thursday, February 29th. Check out this blog post from WUSTL’s newsroom for details on the winners and their next steps. Congrats to all the finalists on a job well done! And the Olin Cup goes to … | Newsroom | Washington University in St. Louis.
Staff members chosen for South Korea study-abroad program
Betha Whitlow is among five Washington University in St. Louis staff members selected for this year’s GDOS program.
Gearing Up for Olin Cup
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 is an important day. It is the day the Olin Cup finalists will present their ideas to an esteemed panel of judges. Finalists will have 10 minutes for their presentation which is then followed by 10 minutes of Q&A from the judges. The finalists are comprised of WUSTL students (both grad […]
The French Republic
The French Republic offers Washington University scholars a melding of the old and the new.
Remembering the First Study-abroad Program in 1962
Unlike most students in recent times, those of us in early study-abroad programs were woefully ignorant of the wider world.
Quartzy – “The free and easy way to manage your lab.”
Adam Regelmann has conducted academic research in fields such as chemistry, microbiology and molecular immunology since the time he was in high school.
Tibetan cultures settled world’s ‘roof top’ 3,600 years ago, study finds
“Until now, the strategy of human adaptation in highland Tibetan Plateau was an open question,” Liu said.