Biomedical engineer Lori Setton’s collaborative research is pioneering new ways of providing relief to those who suffer neck and back pain.
The histories of Archer Alexander, a fugitive slave, and William Greenleaf Eliot Jr., the university’s first president, intersect in a dramatic and inspiring story of courage and compassion.
After running for student government at Washington University, Eric Schultz, AB ’02, entered a life of politics. He helped on the Hilary Clinton campaign and eventually became principal deputy White House Press Secretary under President Barack Obama.
Alumni architects discuss how they transform the world through their dreams, plans and designs, ultimately remaking old spaces and creating new ones.
Washington University School of Law graduate Tiffany Harper, in-house counsel at Grant Thornton in Chicago, is one of the founders of Pilot Pipeline Program, which mentors black, female law students to help them succeed in law school and beyond.
As a judge for the Man Booker International Prize, Daniel Medin, MA ’00, PhD ’05, gets to do what he does best, spread the word about great literature in translation to the English speaking world, while also discovering excellent new authors and translators.
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
Getting older doesn’t have to be a cause for worry. Six experts from across the university offer tips about how to plan for the future as you or your family members move into the golden years.