“This is one of the first systematic applications of archaeobotany in the region, making the potential for further future discovery very exciting,” Spengler said.
WUSTL third-year physical therapy students have been coordinating mission trips to Guatemala with Hearts in Motion for about five years.
Sherraden has spent part of his academic career in groundbreaking applied research, testing strategies to include the poor in building assets.
Courses will cover emerging markets, business strategy, entrepreneurship, negotiation, international finance and risk management.
“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to work with this group of lawmakers at such a pivotal time in Burma’s history,” Law said.
Aiken, Washington University’s 27th Rhodes Scholar, plans to study the refugee experience.
Gautam Yadama, professor at WUSTL’s Brown School, wrote Fires, Fuel, and the Fate of 3 Billion: The State of the Energy Impoverished.
Legal practitioners, scholars and students gathered at WUSTL to discuss cutting-edge issues in public and private international law.
“I wanted to learn from people from different countries and with outstanding faculty, gain actual practical experience and learn more about doing research,” Srichamroen says.
“Homeland: Immigration in America” is a three-hour PBS documentary series that explores the story of new immigrants, including a WUSTL graduate.