Energy Interdependence

Energy Interdependence

Researchers working together at the Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center imagine ways to adapt plants’ mechanisms, in hopes of producing renewable fuels and other beneficial outcomes.
A Guiding Hand

A Guiding Hand

James E. McLeod (1944–2011), who passed away Sept. 6, 2011, touched the lives of countless students and alumni as dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
A Visual Reporter

A Visual Reporter

Art Professor Dougles B. Dowd searches the social landscape, describing and interpreting aspects of culture in his new illustrated magazine, Spartan Holiday.
The Leading Edge in Biotechnology

The Leading Edge in Biotechnology

OPX Biotechnologies aims to compete globally in the bioproducts industry by implementing its proprietary technology and building an exceptional team, which includes alumni Chas Eggert (left), president and CEO, and Mike Lynch, MD/PhD, co-founder and chief scientific officer.
‘L’Étoile’ of St. Louis Immersion Learning

‘L’Étoile’ of St. Louis Immersion Learning

Wanting her children and others to grow up bilingual, alumna Rhonda Broussard founded the St. Louis Language Immersion Schools. Today, students learn in French and Spanish; future plans include Chinese, Russian and more.
Ortwein Cultivates Creative Film Marketing Career

Ortwein Cultivates Creative Film Marketing Career

“Growing up in St. Louis, I knew that Washington University was one of the nation’s finest universities,” says Lauren Ortwein, Business Class of ’13. “I applied early decision, and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.”
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