Marie Bigham wants to radically reimagine college admissions.
Clare Sullivan and Dan Beckmann’s visionary startup, Foodshed.io, is designed to work for everyone.
Like other modern presidents, executive orders may be the only path forward for Biden to deliver on his policy agenda, however these powers come at a great cost, according to Andrew Reeves, associate professor of political science iat Washington University in St. Louis.
Ecologist James Stroud in Arts & Sciences studies how patterns of contemporary natural selection can shape the structure of entire communities. He won the American Society of Naturalists’ 2021 Young Investigator Award, one of the most prestigious for young researchers in the field of ecology and evolution.
Arts & Sciences archaeologists excavated around earthen mounds and analyzed sediment cores to test a persistent theory about the collapse of Cahokia, the pre-Columbian Native American city once home to more than 15,000 people.
Claire Masteller, assistant professor of earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences, won a $149,417 grant from the U.S. Army Research Office’s Early Career Program.
The current recession created by the COVID-19 pandemic has especially impacted women — particularly Black and Hispanic women — and less educated workers, magnifying existing U.S. employment inequality, according to new research from Washington University in St. Louis.
Jackson Butler, a junior studying physics in Arts & Sciences, received the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, a prestigious award that honors students who conduct research in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program has announced its next cohort of undergraduate scholars. In addition, Jonathan Fenderson, associate professor of African and African American studies in Arts & Sciences, will take the helm of the program this fall.
In a new episode of the “American Democracy Lab” podcast, Washington University experts discuss the social and political consequences of anger and how it can be constructive.
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