In the inaugural Sustainable Land Lab Competition, Washington University partnered with the City of St. Louis to generate innovative ideas and integrated strategies for transforming one of the region’s greatest challenges — vacant land.
The breadth and diversity of summer internship experiences brought to life in WUSTL Career Center film competition.
In a clever mockup of Rube Goldberg’s office, a complex contraption set off by a rolling ball bearing eventually drops a hammer on a nail.
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For Cycles — a spring 2013 Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Commons course taught by Lindsey Stouffer, senior lecturer — students designed and built human-powered vehicles from discarded bicycles. They worked in collaboration with student mechanics involved with St. Louis Bicycle Works (Bworks).
The Washington University Travel Program continues to offer a broad array of international and national destinations, along with a cohort of lifelong lovers of learning.
Amy Locklear Hertel, MSW ’99, JD ’02, returns to North Carolina 15 years and two graduate degrees later (plus one on the way) to lead the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s American Indian Center.
Three Washington Univesity alumni — Fred Tsai, BSBA ’00; Michael Ch’ang, BSBA ’00; and Mark Yen, AB ’99 — visited the Great Wall of China last summer.