The Indian transportation fuel infrastructure is undergoing massive transformation due to increased consumer demand and a growing population.
McKelvey School of Engineering
Students plan to install solar power at Indian orphanage
When Chinnaswamy learned of the need for electricity for the building of an Indian orphanage, she felt compelled to do something.
Genin named Global Scholars Fellow at Tsinghua University
Guy Genin, PhD, has been named a 2014 Global Scholars Fellow at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Giammar seeking new solutions for underground carbon storage
Dan Giammar, PhD, is going deep into the earth to find a potential solution to store carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Outstanding graduate, Todd Coady making a difference
Coady and four other WUSTL students went to Ethiopia for the first time last May for an initial assessment of the school and its surrounding community. What they found was frightening.
Systems Engineering Student, Carolyn Arden (BSSSE 2016), leads the Washington University Guatemala Initiative
This summer, the WUGI travelled to Roosevelt Hospital in Guatemala City to perform some much needed repairs on medical equipment at the hospital.
First U.S.-India joint EMBA program announced
Partnership between Washington University in St. Louis and IIT Bombay will focus on preparing global leaders.
Washington University joins U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center
As a member-at-large, WUSTL’s Richard Axelbaum, PhD, will evaluate staged oxy-fuel combustion for carbon dioxide capture from coal-fired power plants.
Students, graduates receive Fulbright Scholarships
Twelve current or recent students received Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarships for 2013-14 to teach English or to conduct research abroad.
WUSTL students return from studying biofuels in Brazil
This year’s participants traveled to Campinas, a large city in southeastern Brazil, to study biofuels.