Anna Gonzalez, the newly appointed vice chancellor for student affairs at Washington University, discusses her background, her leadership style and her hopes for the future.
Four Arts & Sciences undergraduate students have been selected for the Expanding Diversity in Economics Summer Institute inaugural cohort, hosted by the University of Chicago.
Washington University in St. Louis joined 150 other higher education institutions June 21 in signing onto an amicus brief in ongoing litigation in federal court, supporting the Optional Practical Training program and the international students who benefit from it.
Jim Brock and Kevin Hammerschmidt began their college careers with the Washington University Prison Education Project. This spring, both were among the first PEP alumni to earn their bachelor’s degrees on the Danforth Campus.
Three graduates document their final days as Washington University students.
Nearly 1,400 members of the Class of 2020 returned to the Washington University campus on Sunday, May 30, to celebrate an in-person Commencement on Francis Olympic Field.
Julie L. Gerberding implores the pandemic Class of 2020 to apply the unique lessons it learned these past 15 months.
Delayed by a year, Washington University in St. Louis students who graduated in 2020 will finally get their chance to experience the time-honored tradition of walking in their Commencement on Sunday, May 30.
Delayed by a year, students who graduated in 2020 will finally get their chance on Sunday, May 30, to experience the time-honored tradition of walking in their Washington University Commencement. More than 1,300 members of the Class of 2020 will be back on campus for the ceremonies.
In commemoration of the one-year anniversary May 25 of the killing of George Floyd, the leaders of Washington University’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion planted Black Lives Matter flags on the Brookings Hall lawn.