Provost Holden Thorp (right) teaches Marquise Butcher, a rising senior at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School in St. Louis, about the role teamwork plays in creating music. Butcher is a completing his final year as a College Prep scholar. (Courtesy photo)
College Prep scholars participate June 15, 2016, in a “Design Thinking” workshop with Heather Corcoran, director of the Sam Fox School’s College and Graduate School of Art. (Photo: Joe Angeles/Washington University)
Washington University alumni gathered this month in Washington for a panel discussion titled ”From Baltimore to Ferguson,” moderated by Joe Madison (second from right), AB ’71, host of ”The Joe Madison Show” on SiriusXM. The panel included Rose Windmiller (right), associate vice chancellor for government and community relations at the university. (Photo: SiriusXM)
Olin Business School has admitted its largest class to the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management with 18 students to the full-time MBA class of 2018. The consortium celebrated its 50th anniversary in June.
Mark Taylor (right) visits with Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton (left) and Emre Toker, director of the Skandalaris Center, at an event where he addressed friends and faculty at Olin Business School June 6, 2016. Taylor assumes the role of Olin’s dean Dec. 1. (Photo: Sid Hastings/Washington University)
Victoria May (center), executive director of Washington University’s Institute for School Partnership, works with educators Ingrid Carter (left) and Karen Caguin of the Ferguson-Florissant School District June 8, 2016, at the Excellence in School Leadership Summer Institute. ISP will support the district as it embarks on an intensive three-year process to transform its schools into vibrant, highly successful learning environments. (Photo: Joe Angeles/Washington University)
Jason Purnell, of the Brown School, makes a presentation on “For the Sake of All” June 15, 2016, in the Knight Center, for the Big Ten Plus communications conference organized by a team from Washington University’s Office of Public Affairs. (Photo: Joe Angeles/Washington University)
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