Class of 2022
Committed to academic excellence, service and their fellow students, the 3,400 members of the Class of 2022 have achieved so much during their years at Washington University in St. Louis — and all during a devastating pandemic. Class Acts, our annual celebration of outstanding graduates, shares the journeys and accomplishments of 13 students who exemplify the best of WashU.
Design for good
No other discipline operates at the intersection of innovation and creativity as does fashion, which has the power to change us and our world. Great fashion design not only makes us look better, it helps us be better. Here’s an in-depth look how.
Don’t smash that bug!
Bugs. We squish ’em, smash ’em, fear ’em, scare ’em, spray ’em, sweep ’em, flick ’em and generally misunderstand them. But perhaps it’s time we rethink our relationship to our tiny, multi-legged invertebrate friends who have been around since long before we humans got here — and will be here long after we’re gone. Insects […]
The challenge of our century
How change-makers are tackling climate change, embracing sustainability and helping to set the pace for environmental advancement in a new age.
Thank You, #WashU20
To the Class of 2020: Thank you. For your commitment to academic excellence. For your service to the St. Louis community. For your support of your fellow students. For your devotion to your labs, your teams, your campus organizations. You made Washington University in St. Louis better. We wish we could express our gratitude to […]
Engineers develop new fuel cells with twice the operating voltage as hydrogen fuel cells
Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have developed high-power, direct borohydride fuel cells that operate at double the voltage of conventional hydrogen fuel cells.