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Together, We Lead

Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University will propel the university’s leadership and positive impact on society.

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Combined Forces Advance Human Health

University researchers break through silos, connecting and collaborating to solve some of today’s most daunting medical challenges.

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Ervin Scholars: 25 Years of Excellence

More than 1,000 alumni, family and friends of the Ervin Scholars Program visited campus in September to participate in “Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence: Our Names and Our Stories.”

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Innovative U.

The university provides a solid infrastructure for promoting innovation and entrepreneurship. Recently launched, Janji: Run for Another is a testament to WUSTL’s support.

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Together, We Lead

Combined Forces Advance Human Health

Ervin Scholars: 25 Years of Excellence

Innovative U.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

A Framework for Change

The university’s impact on education is seen through innovative product, systems and curriculum design.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Leaders in the Making

Students explore and learn about leadership through key university programs in Washington, D.C., and New York City.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Together, We Lead

Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University will propel the university’s leadership and positive impact on society.

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UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Combined Forces Advance Human Health

University researchers break through silos, connecting and collaborating to solve some of today’s most daunting medical challenges.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Innovative U.

Innovation U Video LinkThe university provides a solid infrastructure for promoting innovation and entrepreneurship. Janji: Run for Another is a testament to WUSTL’s support.

 

FRONTRUNNERS:

Musicologist Gives New Voice to Singing Nuns

Sifting through the Vatican Secret Archives, Professor Craig Monson, PhD, uncovers remarkable stories that reveal the sometimes scandalous history and traditions of Italian convent singing.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Ensuring a Transformative Experience in Arts & Sciences

Jennifer R. Smith, PhD, became dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, the largest of the university’s undergraduate schools, July 1, 2012.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Design Impacts Urban Lives

The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum is hosting Design with the Other 90%: CITIES, an exhibit that explores the essential role that innovative design can play in addressing today’s most pressing local and global issues.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Public Health Accredited in Just Third Year

Brown School Master of Public HealthThe Brown School’s Master of Public Health program was recently accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.

COMMUNITY IN PICTURES:

Remembering Blair Gullion

Blair Gullion served as head coach of the men’s basketball team from 1947 to 1959. Off the court, he introduced the Freshman Advising and FOCUS programs.

 

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Parent-Driven Reform No. 1 Goal

Katie Campos, AB ’08, is New York State’s assistant secretary for education. She was appointed to a senior-level position because of her background in education reform advocacy.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Equipping Children for Independence

Physical therapist Tim Caruso, BSPT ’82, provides adaptive equipment for children with special needs.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Kids at the Center of Her Mission

Emily Shurilla, MSW ’05, is program director for Providence House, a crisis nursery in Cleveland. While a student at the Brown School, she spent time at St. Louis Crisis Nursery, which inspired her to work with children.

MY WASHINGTON:

Helping Others Blossom

To honor his father, Donald A. Jubel, BSME ’73, and his wife, Karen, have supported scholarships in engineering for decades.

 

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