“While we all pay attention to great student athletes during ‘March Madness,’ our CGI University Commitments Challenge celebrates great student ideas to address some of the world’s most pressing issues,” said President Clinton.
New international guidelines for the treatment of severe malnutrition
“The new guidelines, if properly implemented, will reduce childhood deaths by about 175,000 annually,” said Mark Manary, MD.
Anesthesiology launches collaboration with hospital in Ghana
The Department of Anesthesiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis established a partnership with the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and faculty of the University of Ghana Medical School.
Chancellor’s visit to Ghana
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton travelled to Ghana to meet with officials from the University of Ghana.
First U.S.-India joint EMBA program announced
Partnership between Washington University in St. Louis and IIT Bombay will focus on preparing global leaders.
Belgian CEO: Visit with Olin students his best business trip ever
A group of eight MBA students worked on a practicum project through Olin’s Center for Experiential Learning.
Physical therapy students provide humanitarian services in Guatemala
WUSTL third-year physical therapy students have been coordinating mission trips to Guatemala with Hearts in Motion for about five years.
Scholarly ambassadors in India
The McDonnell International Scholars Academy facilitates collaboration with select international universities, including top universities in India.
Business schools in St. Louis, South Korea launch global finance program
Courses will cover emerging markets, business strategy, entrepreneurship, negotiation, international finance and risk management.
$4.9 million grant to fund AIDS research
“Our site has been active in the AIDS Clinical Trials Group since 1988, and together we have led the way in optimizing treatments for AIDS,” said David Clifford, MD.