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CGI U: WUSTL Hosts Global Service Event

Chosen for its tradition of community service, Washington University hosted the Clinton Global Initiative University April 5–7, a weekend focused on commitments for social change.

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A Billion Reasons for Action

WUSTL leaders and selected academic partners met in India to address the urgent global need for affordable, environmentally friendly access to energy.

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Stonehenge Surprise

At a recent Assembly Series lecture, famed British archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson shared among other findings that Stonehenge was an ancient graveyard.

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He Can Take the Heat

Chris Brummer, JD/PhD, AB ’97, an expert in international finance and regulation, works on many hot-button issues at the epicenter of law, finance and politics. When things get intense, he turns to Darth Tater (at far left) to help him use the force — and comic relief.

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Washington University hosted CGI U April 5–7.

Developing worldwide sustainable energy key to symposium.

Stonehenge research reveals surprises.

Alumnus works at nexus of law, finance and politics.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

What Theater Does Best

Jackie and Me explores baseball, history and growing up.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

CGI U: WUSTL Hosts Global Service Event

Chosen for its longstanding tradition of community service, Washington University hosted the 6th annual Clinton Global Initiative University April 5–7, 2013, a feature-packed weekend focusing on developing commitments for social change.
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Passing the torch of service[Sidebar]University makes $30 million sustainability commitment as part of CGI U efforts

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

A Billion Reasons for Action

WUSTL leaders and selected academic partners met in India to address the urgent global need for affordable, environmentally friendly access to energy.
[Sidebar]Anatomy of the cookstove project in India[Sidebar]Continuing the conversation in New Delhi

FRONTRUNNERS:

Science Center Opens for K-12 Education

The MySci Resource Center, the new hub of WUSTL’s Institute for School Partnership, launched Feb. 18 in University City, Mo., to great fanfare.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Holden Thorp, Chancellor of UNC, Named WUSTL Provost

On July 1, 2013, Holden Thorp succeeds Edward S. Macias, who has served as Washington University’s chief academic officer for the past 25 years.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Stonehenge Surprise

At a recent Assembly Series lecture, famed British archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson shared among other findings that Stonehenge was an ancient graveyard. (View lecture here.)

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Her Heart Is Where the Home Is

Diana Barbosa, AB/BFA ’09, parlayed a service-oriented Rodriguez scholarship into a career of service with Habitat for Humanity in South Palm Beach County, Fla.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

He Can Take the Heat

Chris Brummer, JD/PhD, AB ’97, an expert in international finance and regulation, works on many hot-button issues at the epicenter of law, finance and politics.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Picasso in Black and White

The New York WU Club sponsored a lecture and tour teaching alumni and friends about Picasso’s approach to black and white in his art.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Baseball season is now in full swing, and the WUSTL Alumni Association is playing along, offering another season of WU Club baseball events around the country.

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