William Tate

Transdisciplinary collaboration is key

William F. Tate, PhD, the Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences and chair of the Department of Education at Washington University, has been named the next dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and vice provost for graduate education.
Christine Lorenz

Clear-eyed vision

Through her work with powerful medical imaging software, alumna Christine Lorenz, PhD, is helping create a healthier world.

Empowerment for everyone​​

Alumna Laura E. Knights has always been driven to help people and serve her community, a lesson instilled first by her parents and reinforced at Washington University, where Knights was an Ervin Scholar and counted the late Dean James E. McLeod among her mentors.
2014 Thurtene

Big fun

The student-managed carnival is one of the university’s longest-running traditions, delighting carnival-goers since 1907.
Michael Lagieski swimming champion

First-year champion

Washington University freshman Michael Lagieski set a meet and school record on his way to winning the men’s 100 breaststroke at the 2014 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships.
2014 Eliot Family Night

Eliot Night keeps alumni engaged

The winter weather did not deter members of the William Greenleaf Eliot Society as they gathered for the 18th Annual Eliot Family Night, enjoying a festive dinner and exciting Bears basketball in the Athletics Complex.