Alumni met again at the Great Wall of China 15 years after two of them spent the summer at WUSTL’s first independent summer program in Beijing.
Jennifer R. Smith, PhD, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and a 2013 Eisenhower USA fellows, shared her experiences during a month in India.
Antarctica’s climate is the most hostile of any place on Earth, so why would anyone choose to go there to study the stars?
Fulbright applications from Washington University in St. Louis hit a record high in 2011, and WUSTL had a total of 17 recipients for the 2010-11 year.
Jon Paley, a 2008 Washington University in St. Louis graduate, released a documentary film called “Ballplayer: Pelotero” about young ball players.
WUSTL anthropologist, John Bowen to focus on Shariah and Law in Britain.
Songqiao (Shawn) Wei, a McDonnell Scholar and second-year PhD student in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, went to Antarctica for his fieldwork from December 2011 to January 2012. He traveled from McMurdo Station to Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station with the Prime Minister of Norway, who was attending the centennial celebration of Amundsen’s arrival […]
The McDonnell International Scholars Academy selects Wei Zhang and Madison Hampden as its first undergraduate “Junior Scholars.” The McDonnell Academy has initiated a “Junior Scholars” program for undergraduate students at Washington University. This program is aimed at students pursuing leadership development activities that involve McDonnell Academy partner institutions in some way. Two students have been selected to […]
Three professors from Washington University in St. Louis have been elected fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The new fellows are Ursula Goodenough, PhD, professor of biology in Arts & Sciences; James V. Wertsch, PhD, the Marshall S. Snow Professor in Arts & Sciences and director of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy; […]
To better understand American politics, culture, history and government, a group of 18 recent graduates from Asia’s top research universities are visiting Washington, D.C., March 22-25, as part of their graduate education at Washington University in St. Louis. Read the full story in the WashU Newsroom.