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Elmesky receives William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Award

Elmesky receives William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Award

Rowhea Elmesky, an associate professor of education in Arts & Sciences, received the William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Award, which recognizes WashU researchers and community partners who are working together to address our region’s challenges. For the past decade, Elmesky has partnered with students and educators at University City High School to build a school culture where everyone feels valued.


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Exploring the humanities at Tyson Research Center

Exploring the humanities at Tyson Research Center

The Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences will present both a performance and a two-day gathering on artistic research at WashU’s Tyson Research Center. Organized by postdoctoral researcher Anya Yermakova, the events build on her scholarship, her creative work and her current seminar, “Topics in Embodied Communication: Listening.”

The hidden river

The Mississippi River defines St. Louis, shaping its life and culture. But today, for many St. Louisans, that connection has been broken, says Derek Hoeferlin, chair of landscape architecture in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis.


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