While the battle against SARS-CoV-2 rages on, Washington University researchers and clinicians are fighting a rearguard action against drug-resistant infections that years of overprescribing have turned deadly.
Microbiologist Arpita Bose chases climate change solutions in wetlands soils. Her efforts are yielding promising new biofuels and bioplastics — ones that could possibly be climate-saving.
Olin’s MBA entrepreneurship program — ranked No. 1 by Poets & Quants for three consecutive years — is a pivotal part of a school-, university- and community-wide entrepreneurial ecosystem helping students and alumni become successful entrepreneurs. And St. Louis’ status as a national epicenter for entrepreneurs is soaring as a result.
Kendall Gretsch, a 2014 graduate of the McKelvey School of Engineering in biomedical engineering is on her way to becoming a summer — and winter — Paralympic legend.
Medical trailblazer Victoria Fraser, MD, focuses on creating equity in academic medicine.
The Maid of McMillan, a silent film from 1916, captures university history on and off the screen.
The Lewis Collaborative — a reinvention of a century-old U. City landmark — and a new “studiolab” model are reshaping humanities education at WashU.
Rajan Chakrabarty and Randall Martin research fine particulate matter, trying to create a complete picture of the world’s leading cause of environment-related diseases.
Provost Beverly Wendland landed a dream job at WashU and started it in the middle of a pandemic. Fortunately, she was ready to jump in the deep end.
After an unprecedented hiatus due to COVID-19, fall sports have returned to the Danforth Campus. Here’s how it felt to finally compete — or coach — in a Bears uniform.
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