Mackenzie Llewellyn, a junior pursuing dual degrees in fashion design and in entrepreneurship, is among the winners of the 2022 Fashion Scholarship Fund competition.
Student Technology Services has announced new services are available for students.
From the South 40 underpass to the highlands of Peru, Washington University’s top videos take viewers across the globe to showcase amazing students and groundbreaking research. Here, the Source shares the seven most-viewed videos of 2021.
Three students in psychological and brain sciences in Arts & Sciences were honored for their research.
The Postdoc Peer Mentorship Program at WashU is accepting applications for experienced postdoctoral researchers who would like to serve as a mentor as well as new postdocs who would like a mentor on both the Danforth and Medical campuses. The application deadline is Jan. 14.
Jamie Harris, a graduate student in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, has won a Horizon Award for Emerging Artists as part of Ascend 2021, the National Black Arts Festival.
Senior Abdullah Kuziez, 21, has received the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, which provides American students the opportunity to earn an advanced degree in the United Kingdom. Kuziez plans to study biomedical engineering at the University of Oxford as part of his ongoing search for cancer treatments that are both effective and accessible.
Undergraduate vocalists Zoe Levin and Izzy Williams join pianist Kara Mehrmann for an exclusive performance of a holiday classic.
David Frankel, who is studying computer science at the McKelvey School of Engineering and women, gender and sexuality studies in Arts & Sciences, is leveraging his studies to create technology that serves the social good. Frankel will be among the 360 students who will participate in the December degree candidate recognition ceremony Dec. 11 at the Athletic Complex.
Washington University announces “Gateway to Success,” a $1 billion investment in financial aid and student support.