Fangqiong Ling shares her love for science both inside the classroom and outside in the St. Louis community. Her commitment to impactful research has earned her recognition from associations, mentors and colleagues.
Washington University recently welcomed the Indian Institute of Science as a member of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy.
The Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2) is accepting applications for two funding opportunities. Applications must be submitted by April 1.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions — and answers — about tuition and Washington University in St. Louis’ financial resources.
Undergraduate tuition will be $59,420 for the 2022-23 academic year — a $1,670 (2.9%) increase over the 2021-22 academic tuition of $57,750, announced Amy B. Kweskin, executive vice chancellor for finance and chief financial officer.
The Brown School has started a post-master’s certificate program in artificial intelligence applications for health data. The certificate program is designed for professionals interested in modern AI technologies and seeking to apply AI tools on health and other “big data” in their work or research.
Holden Thorp, the Rita Levi-Montalcini Distinguished University Professor and editor-in-chief of the Science family of journals, will speak at a free online event Feb. 8 focused on the intersection between science and politics.
Washington University Libraries is now accepting applications for the 2022 Newman Exploration Travel (NEXT) Fund, which provides travel funds of up to $10,000 per recipient. Applications are due by March 6.
The Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis recently announced its 2022-23 cohort of faculty fellows.
Goodbye, 2021. We won’t focus on the way you left us — dealing with a new COVID-19 variant and uncertain about the future. No, we at Washington University will focus on the good — bold new discoveries, hopeful new students and a promising new direction for the university.