New Arts & Sciences research shows that voters are surprisingly objective in how they assess the economy. Voters will actually hold the president accountable for the state of the world, Andrew Reeves said.
Students Essete Workineh and Johnny Yeldham, both in Arts & Sciences, are among 11 St. Louisans selected to participate in the German-American Sister Cities Youth Forum.
Ryan Calcutt and Ram Dixit in Arts & Sciences and their collaborators created the first artificial scaffolds that can support the growth of individual plant cells — a discovery that will make it possible to study how forces such as gravity affect the way that plant cells form and grow.
New research from Washington University suggests that psychotic-like experiences in children may predict risk for mental illness.
Lisa Gilbert, a lecturer in education in Arts & Sciences, shares her perspective on how social studies education has changed over the last 20-30 years, why this has become such a polarizing issue and where schools should go from here.
When teenage Dungeon Master Tilly Evans dies in a car wreck, her sister must commence a mythic quest of her own. So begins “She Kills Monsters,” a bittersweet coming-of-age story filled with demon queens, secret tomes and ragtag adventurers battling for lost souls.
Washington University in St. Louis undergraduates Lauren Blaydon and Anna Li recently won first place in an emergency preparedness competition through the HOSA–Future Health Professionals organization.
Talent agent Samantha Chalk, AB ’08, can find a star in an instant.
In her book, Lessons from Plants, Beronda Montgomery, AB ’94, explains what plants can teach us about the world and about ourselves.
Anna K. Behrensmeyer never set out to be a pioneer, but she has broken new ground in the field of paleontology, supported diversity in STEM and torn down barriers along the way.
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