Neurological surgeon T. S. Park helps children with spastic cerebral palsy and brachial plexus palsy overcome possible lifelong disabilities.
Through her collaborative research, Professor Melissa Jonson-Reid addresses the dark realities of child abuse and neglect, and their effects on children, families and society. She works to shape evidence-based intervention and prevention practices.
The university makes a strong commitment to sustainable growth, dotting the landscape with many new and restored buildings that meet LEED-certification standards. The aim is to minimize its environmental impact and ensure a bright future for students.
In her critically acclaimed biography of Raymond Carver, alumna Carol Sklenicka blends the personal and the narrative, portraying the messy life of the influential 20th-century short story writer.
Alumnus Eric Green serves as director of the National Human Genome Research Institute. In this role, he builds scientific coalitions to usher in an era when a patient’s genetic makeup will be central to the person’s medical care.
Alumna Deborah Cohen Kosofsky turned her natural curiosity and love of writing into a 30-year career in television. Since 2003, she has served as a producer for the Today show.
After serving in many leadership roles at the university, Ida H. Early is now secretary to the Board of Trustees.
The men’s basketball team from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, visited Washington University in early December 2010. Participating in the 27th annual Lopata Classic basketball tournament.
More than 1,000 students got their groove on in the 12-hour Dance Marathon, raising money for area children’s hospitals.
Alumnus John Beuerlein, MBA ’77, parlayed a college scholarship into a successful career. Over the years, he’s supported those institutions that helped give him a good start.