Washington University undergraduate students carry out significant research and, as a result, earn prestigious awards and scholarships.
Just east of downtown St. Louis, university faculty, students and alumni explore Cahokia Mounds — the remains of the most sophisticated pre-Columbian native civilization north of Mexico and now a World Heritage Site.
Faculty, students and alumni build on Eero Saarinen’s idea of a unified waterfront — one where the Gateway Arch joins with the rest of the city, the river and surrounding areas.
After many years, alumni novelists Adam Ross and John Brandon find their voices, and much-awaited recognition.
Each year, Washington University’s Travel Program offers alumni and friends exceptional travel and learning experiences to some of the most culturally rich locations around the globe.
The Washington University Club program offered New York alumni and friends the opportunity to learn from WUSTL’s leading ancient Egyptian scholar, Professor Sarantis Symeonoglou.
Priya Mallika Sury, AB ’10, an anthropology and Spanish double major, both in Arts & Sciences, was selected a 2010 Rhodes Scholar.