WashU’s greatest source of renewable energy is its alumni.
WashU’s Alumni and Parents Admission Program crosses generations, states and even continents.
For the Glazers, family reunions look more like WashU Reunions.
Alumni and students find professional development resources and community amidst uncertainty.
New virtual programming addresses the needs of WashU alumni, rather than add to the already growing digital noise.
In early spring, WashU’s China Alumni Network organized an appeal in an effort to give back to their alma mater, raising funds to purchase PPE for the Washington University Medical Campus.
Many cities around the globe boast robust young alumni populations whose members are collaborating with WashU staff to organize activities tailored to alumni interests.
Bruce Goldstein, JD ’80, is president and executive director of Farmworker Justice, which fights for better working conditions and wages for the 2.4 million farm workers in the U.S.
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton has relied on insights from alumni to help him guide the university. His partnership with the Alumni Board of Governors has provided an important forum for listening to and engaging with the university’s biggest champions: its graduates.
Alumna Amy DuVall, BS ’95, a lawyer turned environmental lobbyist turned pastry chef, bakes purpose into whatever she pursues, including her service to Washington University.
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