Planetary scientist Sarah Stewart Johnson, AB ’01, wants to find the limits of life and broaden our world.
Kevin Johnson has worked for more than a decade to compile statistics from the Negro Leagues, ultimately helping them secure some long-awaited Major League recognition.
Brenda Asare has raised billions for nonprofits by taking a for-profit approach.
Dianne Chong studied to be a doctor but ended up in the Women in Engineering Hall of Fame.
In a business famed for slow and patient aging, it’s been a meteoric rise. Just six years ago, former WashU roommates David Mandell and Daniel Linde stood on a rolling cornfield at the eastern edge of Bardstown, Kentucky. Today, the 100-acre site is home to their Bardstown Bourbon Company, already one of the world’s largest bourbon distilleries.
As co-founder and executive director of Action St. Louis, Kayla Reed, AB ’20, is committed to fighting injustice in her hometown.
By studying our brain’s connectome, behavioral neuroscientist Damien Fair is drawing a new map of autism.
In the mid-1990s, Lise Shipley helped bring the Internet to the masses.
Marie Bigham wants to radically reimagine college admissions.
In a new solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, alumna Ebony G. Patterson explores beauty, tragedy and what lies beneath it all.
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