On May 20, Washington University celebrated more than 2,500 graduates at the first university-wide Commencement event held on Francis Olympic Field.
“After 18 months of dedicated work by a large and diverse group of contributors, we are poised to launch our strategic plan in May.”
Health-care workers at the Washington University School of Medicine have contributed greatly to regional and world health during the pandemic, and we owe them so much appreciation.
Washington University announces “Gateway to Success,” a $1 billion investment in financial aid and student support.
Chancellor Emeritus William H. Danforth’s words serve as a guiding light through “persistent trials and recurring difficulties.”
In his bimonthly letter to alumni, Chancellor Andrew Martin wraps up an unprecedented academic year and looks forward to the new school year beginning in a few weeks.
In this issue, we celebrate our recent graduates and look at the many ways our students, faculty and alumni — through scholarship, pedagogy and community engagement — contribute to the greater good.
Now more than a year into the pandemic, we are beginning to see some light at the end of the tunnel. I’m happy to report, despite the challenges we face as a community, that we continue to advance our mission in education, research and patient care.
Chancellor Andrew D. Martin delivers his State of the University address and updates the campus community on the university’s resilience and perseverance.
Chancellor Andrew D. Martin speaks to Washington readers about university efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequities and more.