The Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences will launch “Humanities at Work: Graduate Internships for the Next Generation.” Supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the program aims to prepare doctoral candidates for a wider range of career pathways.
Technology — a pedagogical ally or enemy? The answer, of course, is: It depends. At the recent iTeach Conference, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning, educators shared how they use technology to boost learning and when they keep it out of the classroom.
The Department of Classics in Arts & Sciences has announced a new opportunity for faculty and student travel relating to Greco-Roman antiquity. Applications are due Feb. 15.
WashU’s Research Development Office recently announced the fall 2023 “Here and Next” Seed Grant awardees. Applications are open for the next round of funding.
After a shaky launch, the new 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now accessible and largely bug-free, says Mike Runiewicz, assistant vice provost and director of Student Financial Services. Here, Runiewicz explains what families need to know about the new form and how the new federal financial aid formula may impact financial aid awards for college students.
In celebration of another year of discovery, community and excellence, the Record looks back at some of the most-read stories of 2023. Check back for future issues, when the Record highlights top photos and videos from last year.
By eliminating undergraduate student loans, we have aligned our resources with our mission and are unlocking the potential of every future WashU student to make a unique mark on the world.
The Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium, organized by Roya Beheshti Zavareh, Matthew Kerr and Wanlin Li in Arts & Sciences, brought about 150 mathematicians to campus in early November and is supported by the National Science Foundation.
Washington University is the newest member of the Coalition for Transformational Education, a group that focuses on preparing students for life after college.
A WashU mentorship program that supports postdoctoral researchers is seeking new members. The application deadline is Oct. 12.