Pushing the limits of biology
Josh Mandel-Brehm’s biotech company, CAMP4, is harnessing the power of RNA.
Making chocolate for a cause
Brenda Barnicki, BSChE ’86, parlayed a candy-making hobby and job loss into a nonprofit for children’s charities.
From the Field House to the front office
Former WashU basketball player David Fatoki, BSBA ’15, is working his way up the administrative ladder of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
The healing power of drawing
Leah Nixon, BFA ’11, survived a construction accident that severed her spinal cord. Illustrating the children’s book “Best Day Ever,” became part of her recovery.
Learning from the best
David Rogier earned a degree in political science in 2005, and has never let himself — or us — stop learning. In 2015, he created MasterClass as an online school for the rest of our lives.
Art as healing
Paul Banda, BS ’15, MA ’17, is a multimedia artist. His paintings depict his memories of growing up in Lusaka, Zambia, Africa, and so much more.
After decades in the sales industry, Judith Sun, EMBA ’08, has perfected the skill of seamlessly integrating Western brands into the Chinese market.
Narrating the great outdoors
Explorer Lawrence Millman has traveled far and wide, writing stories of his adventures from the Arctic to the Ecuadorian Amazon and beyond.
Tech network earns high honors
For Russ Shaw, BSBA ’85, the founder of Tech London Advocates and Global Tech Advocates, achieving the honorary title Commander of the British Empire (CBE) was a shock. “When I received the congratulatory email last November, I fell off my chair,” he says. The highest Order of the British Empire award below knighthood or damehood, […]
Karibu nyumbani, welcome home
How did alumna Freid Brown end up the first woman to lead a chartered university in Kenya? According to Brown, it wasn’t by design.
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