According to the World Health Organization, ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ Vice Chancellor Anna Gonzalez discusses how student affairs is poised to assist students in achieving such a state.
A transformative initiative “makes way” for top applicants by aiming to increase financial resources for promising students at every income level and to create a “best-in-class” experience.
Arts & Sciences students Sam Ko and Dev Mukundan earned full scholarships to attend the SEEDS Leadership Meeting this month at the Arizona Institute for Resilient Environments & Societies at the University of Arizona.
Applications are now open for the $50,000 Global Impact Award. The deadline is Dec. 2.
Applications are being accepted for the Washington University chapter of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society. A lunch-and-learn session will take place Friday, Nov. 18.
Washington University School of Law in St. Louis will offer full-tuition scholarships for admitted JD students whose family’s income is less than 200% of the federal poverty level, announced Russell K. Osgood, dean of the School of Law.
Seniors Sam Norwitz and Ephraim Oyetunji, both majoring in neuroscience in Arts & Sciences, were finalists for the Rhodes Scholarship, one of the world’s most prestigious academic honors.
Images from on and around the Washington University campuses.
QPR training, a nationally recognized suicide prevention program, is now available to all students, faculty and staff at Washington University. Kirk Dougher, associate vice chancellor for student support and wellness, likens QPR to CPR — an emergency response that saves lives.
As the new adviser at the Washington University Office of Military & Veteran Services, Beverly Wagner is eager to help Washington University’s veterans, active-duty and Reserve and National Guard service members, as well as dependents and survivors, maximize their WashU experience.