Members of the Class of 1966 reflect on their memories of campus as they prepare to celebrate their 50th Reunion.
Seeking change is a way of life for entrepreneurial philanthropist Cash Nickerson.
To enhance our leadership today to benefit America and the world tomorrow
Leading Together benefits our community, our nation and our global society.
Once a scholarship recipient himself, alumnus Sidney Guller now returns the favor, endowing scholarships, a research fund for the university and Barnes-Jewish Heart & Vascular Center, and more.
Alumni volunteers help the university succeed, whether by leading scholarship initiatives or helping plan Reunion. And being a member of a global network benefits alumni as well.
As of June 1, 2014, Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University had raised $1.547 billion toward a minimum goal of $2.2 billion.
Alumni stay connected to the university through Washington University Clubs, Reunion, Alumni Board of Governors and more.
Our goal is to strengthen the university’s leadership today to benefit St. Louis, America and the world tomorrow.
Alumnus Ed deZevallos is a lifelong serial entrepreneur, managing risk against reward and sharing his success to provide opportunities for others.
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