John Bowen’s Social Studies of Institutions program brings students interested in the study of institutions together to form physical and intellectual networks.
Baugh is working on a project titled “Linguistics in Pursuit of Justice” that will examine legal cases involving discrimination based on language use.
WashU expert, Elzbieta Sklodowska, has questions and cautions the island nation as diplomatic relations thaw.
The trip to Argentina takes place after classes have ended in May, the culmination of a year of hard work in the seminar.
The Women’s Bakery, founded in 2014 by Olin MBA’17 student Markey Culver, equips women in Rwanda and Tanzania with the business, technical and life skills necessary for economic and social opportunity.
John Bowen receives global citizenship award award for his contributions to the study of Islam in Europe.
The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis has announced a master of social policy and master of arts dual degree program with Xi’an Jiaotong University in China.
Sam Fox Schools Sommerakademie 2015 in Berlin includes discussions with artists, architects, historians, art dealers, and gallerists.
Sam Fox students have the opportunity to address cultural and social conditions often ignored by countries in the Northern Hemisphere through a semester in Buenos Aires.
Israel’s parliament has passed a law funding long-term savings accounts for all newborns based on the work of two Brown School professors.