Nearly one year into the job, J.D. Burton, vice chancellor for government relations, gives insight into what it’s like representing WashU in the political sector.
Three WashU alumni work in the Texas Rangers’ front office, helping the team win its first-ever World Series title.
Students in the School of Law’s Clinical Education Program, now 50 years old, gain important skills while helping members of the community.
St. Louis is our home, and WashU is partnering with organizations across the region for the well-being of the city and its citizens.
That’s the ‘life hashtag’ of Alicia Graf Mack, MA ’10, ballerina and Juilliard dean. And it describes her perfectly.
‘After years and years …,’ a forgotten Christmas card from the late 1940s reveals the early genius of an Emmy Award–winning alumnus and his admiration for Mother Baird, a fraternity housemother.
Quick detection of the COVID-19 virus — in the air and in one’s breath — offers hope in the nearly four-year struggle against the disease and its variants. A collaboration of WashU scientists is leading the way.
The creators behind America’s most wholesome comic wanted to remake the comics world in its image. See the story through a new exhibit at Olin Library.
Two Washington University faculty members and their research teams build the “WashU Mini-City” — a novel and low-cost physical environment — to study autonomous vehicles and, ultimately, to improve their reliability and safety.
For decades, Forest Park has enticed generations of WashU community members to step outside the university’s campuses and explore. Today, students and faculty are venturing deeper into the woods to learn about the biodiversity that teems there.
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