Brett Drake, an expert on child welfare, has been installed as the inaugural Professor of Data Science for the Social Good in Practice at the Brown School.
The School of Law at Washington University in St. Louis recognized six alumni who have achieved success in their respective fields during its Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner, held April 8 at at Anheuser-Busch Hall.
Joseph Jez was installed as the Spencer T. Olin Professor of Biology in Arts & Sciences during a ceremony April 4 in Holmes Lounge. He gave an installation lecture, “Exploring Nature’s Machinery.”
WashU’s greatest source of renewable energy is its alumni.
Alumnus David Ulevitch’s résumé is filled with personal entrepreneurial successes, yet today he finds mentoring entrepreneurs as well as college students and young alumni among his most fulfilling endeavors.
WashU and St. Louis business communities are invited to Olin Business School’s inaugural Brauer Lecture Series event, which will focus on how to find fulfillment through work within the free-enterprise system.
Douglas Luke, a leading researcher in the areas of public health policy, systems science and tobacco control at the Brown School at Washington University, has been installed as the inaugural Irving Louis Horowitz Professor in Social Policy.
Longtime St. Louis benefactor Joanne Knight has committed up to $11.5 million to Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis to support an innovative clinical trial aimed at preventing Alzheimer’s disease by treating people before the first signs of the illness appear in the brain.
Alumnus Gaurav Garg and his wife, Komal Shah, help forward the university’s mission by serving in numerous leadership roles, and generously supporting student scholarships and transformative faculty research.
WashU’s Alumni and Parents Admission Program crosses generations, states and even continents.