Jackie and Me explores baseball, history and growing up.
Washington University served as host to the Clinton Global Initiative University this past weekend, helping put global student service in the spotlight.
The Brown School’s Amanda Moore McBride becomes a link from a president to a new generation of university students.
As part of its Clinton Global Initiative University efforts, Washington University in St. Louis has announced a major institutional commitment to action around the important issue of sustainability.
Washington University leaders and selected academic partners meet in India to address the urgent global need for affordable, environmentally friendly access to energy.
The plight of millions of people in rural India who are reliant on solid fuels to cook their food and to heat their homes is the focus of Fires, Fuel & the Fate of 3 Billion: The State of the Energy Impoverished by Gautam Yadama with photography by Mark Katzman. (The book is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.)
Following the global energy symposium in Mumbai, Chancellor Mark Wrighton and Washington University delegates moved on to a meeting of the International Advisory Council for Asia (IACA), which took place Dec. 12–15, 2012, in New Delhi.
The MySci Resource Center, the new hub of Washington University’s Institute for School Partnership, launched Feb. 18 in University City, Mo., to great fanfare.
Thorp succeeds Edward S. Macias, who has served as Washington University’s chief academic officer for the past 25 years.
Famed British archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson recently gave the Assembly Series Ferguson Science Lecture. He shared his research team’s amazing Stonehenge findings, including clarifying the monument’s significance as a burial ground.