Oguz Alyanak, an anthropology doctoral student in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, has been selected for a Volkswagen Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities to support his research on the social lives of working-class Muslim men in Germany, France and other European countries. The fellowship, designed to strengthen trans-Atlantic academic relations in the […]
John Bowen’s Social Studies of Institutions program brings students interested in the study of institutions together to form physical and intellectual networks.
Taylor Blevin, undergraduate student, had the opportunity to travel to Paris for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
A two-degree temperature shift could lead to environmental extremes and mass extinctions, experts warn.
On Tuesday, April 21 our managing director, Emre Toker, will be leading an on-line workshop for The Institut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancees located in Ivry-sur-Seine, Toulouse, France. Included below is some additional information regarding our international debut. Tomorrow France, next week – the world!
The French Republic offers Washington University scholars a melding of the old and the new.
Unlike most students in recent times, those of us in early study-abroad programs were woefully ignorant of the wider world.