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Out of This World

Six women science stars who are part of the recently launched Mars Curiosity mission exemplify Washington U.’s excellent training in the sciences.

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Iconic Buildings, Modern Uses

The university considers ways to maintain, preserve, restore, and adaptively reuse original campus buildings for a new era.   

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Finding the Shoe That Fits

A break from the daily grind led Isobel Schofield, BFA ’96, to her shoe-making destiny.

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Kemper Art Museum Presents Cubist Master

The first major U.S. museum exhibition in 16 years devoted to seminal modern artist Georges Braque opens Jan. 25, 2013.

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Female science stars set sights and talents on Mars.

University adaptively reuses iconic buildings.

Alumna Isobel Schofield walks the entrepreneurial walk.

Cubist master shown at Kemper Art Museum.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

40 Days of Engagement

Through a series of targeted events, the First 40 program aims to assist first-year students in adapting and, ultimately, excelling at Washington University.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Out of This World

Innovation U Video LinkSix women science stars who are part of the recently launched Mars Curiosity mission exemplify Washington University’s excellent training in the sciences.

[Sidebar] WUSTL Scientists of the Red Planet

[Sidebar] WUSTL-trained Female Scientists Excel in Other Fields

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Iconic Buildings, Modern Uses

Innovation U Video LinkWashington University considers ways to maintain, preserve, restore, and adaptively reuse original campus buildings for a new era.

[Sidebar] ‘Pioneer Group’ of Cope & Stewardson Buildings

[Sidebar] Outdoor Rooms and Spaces

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Kemper Art Museum Presents Cubist Master

The first major U.S. museum exhibition in 16 years devoted to seminal modern artist Georges Braque opens Jan. 25, 2013, running through April 21.

FRONTRUNNERS:

World-Renowned Plant Biologist to Head Arts & Sciences

Barbara Schaal takes the helm of Arts & Sciences as its first female dean of the faculty.

FRONTRUNNERS:

A Boost for Depression Research

Research on neurosteroids may provide the answer for the 5 to 10 million people who can’t find relief with current depression medications.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Fall Sports Roundup

It’s been a great season for the Bears, with the 2012 NCAA Woman of the Year award and four UAA championships.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Listen In: Jeremy Rifkin’s Third Industrial Revolution

Jeremy Rifkin, Third Industrial RevolutionThe international economic forecaster and social observer predicts a future where the world’s energy needs are met in your own backyard.

COMMUNITY IN PICTURES:

Special Place Honors Jim McLeod’s ‘Special Way’

The university builds ‘McLeod’s Way’ just south of the Forsyth Underpass in memory of the late Dean James E. McLeod, an inspirational leader.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Financial Planning, With a Good Backbeat

Johnny Deas, Financial Literacy MusicJohnny Deas, MBA ’04, nudges kids toward financial literacy with clever lyrics and a thumping base line.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Finding the Shoe That Fits

A break from the daily grind led Isobel Schofield, BFA ’96, to her shoe-making destiny.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Learning Together Through Travel

Alumni Association announces 2013 travel lineup, from the Galapagos Islands to legendary Turkey.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Founders Day 2012 Features Robert Gates

Alumni and friends gathered for Founders Day Nov. 3, 2012, at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel.

 

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