Molly Metzger, senior lecturer at the Brown School, has been named one of this year’s Hedy Epstein Memorial Open Door Awards honorees by the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council.
Washington University in St. Louis is part of a newly formed coalition designed to reduce racial, economic and spatial inequities in the St. Louis region.
From its inception, the College Prep Program was designed to support talented students on their educational journeys, whether that path led to Washington University, the military or another college or program. Here, three members from the College Prep Program’s first cohort share more about their studies and successes. Marquise Butcher Audio engineering and entertainment business, […]
A memorial service celebrating the life of Chancellor Emeritus William H. Danforth, MD, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, in Graham Chapel.
College Prep Program is accepting nominations for the next cohort of its innovative college readiness initiative. The nomination deadline is Oct. 15.
Washington University continues its “In St. Louis, for St. Louis” mission by donating 370 study cubbies to nonprofit organizations in the region. Over 1,000 cubbies were ordered at the pandemic’s outset to keep students safe, but only a portion ultimately were needed.
Forest Park will host “Requiem of Light: Memorial for Saint Louisans Lost to COVID-19″ on Oct. 2. Conceived and organized by Rebecca Messbarger in Arts & Sciences, the memorial will feature music, community testimonials and words of condolence from interfaith leaders, culminating with the lighting of 1,500 lanterns around the Grand Basin.
Asquith S. “Sean” Armstrong, executive director for continuing education at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, has been named dean of University College at Washington University in St. Louis, effective Nov. 1.
The Brown School is partnering with the city of St. Louis in an innovative new program aimed at hiring social workers and public health professionals to intervene in nonviolent situations such as mental-health crises as an alternative to the criminal justice system.
As the university’s strategic planning process continues, those building recommendations want to hear from more of the university community. Three virtual town halls will take place next week.