Hybrid school during the COVID-19 pandemic was associated with worse parental mental health, as was working from home, finds a new study from the Brown School.
Minjy Koo, a champion for gender equality in the workplace, is set to earn her master’s degree in business administration from Olin Business School in May. Koo aims to one day create a platform to help women re-enter the workforce by connecting them with industry-specific mentors.
School of Medicine employee Juaun Bean will earn two degrees from University College on May 20, the day before his 30th birthday. As father to two young children, he has typed papers with one hand while feeding a baby with the other and spent countless hours studying with a tiny body affixed to his chest.
For Russ Shaw, BSBA ’85, the founder of Tech London Advocates and Global Tech Advocates, achieving the honorary title Commander of the British Empire (CBE) was a shock. “When I received the congratulatory email last November, I fell off my chair,” he says. The highest Order of the British Empire award below knighthood or damehood, […]
While earning an MBA at WashU, Nina Leigh Krueger joined Purina as an intern and never left. Now, she’s the company’s first female CEO of the Americas.
A lawsuit by former Miami Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores is shining a light on the lack of diversity among coaches and leadership in the NFL and other professional sports, according Patrick Rishe, director of Olin Business School’s sports business program.
Research from Olin Business School found that employees’ initial expectations for a new leader were a strong indicator of how trust levels would change over time. The higher the initial level of follower expectations, the steeper the resulting decline in trust.
A new report from the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association lists Washington University among the top 100 worldwide granted U.S. patents in 2020.
The Washington University community — administrators, faculty, students and staff — rose to the challenge of the unprecedented COVID-19 emergency, innovating every step of the way.
Research from the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences asks if our views about our own appearances have changed in the age of Zoom.