At the invitation of an esteemed Chinese researcher, Professor T.R. Kidder, an authority on river basin geoarchaeology, helps uncover the wonders of a remote farming village buried by the Yellow River some 2,000 years ago.
Armed with an engineering background, Anne Marie Knott, professor of strategy, brings a precision to her research. She recently created a tool to measure the effectiveness of a firm’s R&D expenditures — one counter to long-standing strategic theories.
Recovered letters of famed mathematician William Chauvenet, Washington University’s second chancellor, shed new light on his life and tenure at the university.
A partner at Proskauer Rose, LLP, alumnus Chuck Ortner has been described as a “legendary music expert [and] one of the premier lawyers in the copyright world.”
Michael and Ursula Emery McClure, Rome Prize-winning architect-educators, study Louisiana’s unique culture and geography and apply learned principles to their global work.
Simonsen, Arts & Sciences Class of ’14, is one of three inaugural members of the McLeod Scholars Program, a newly established undergraduate scholarship endowment.
Fans, musicians, journalists and researchers can see how the courts dealt with this question and nearly any other legal issue involving the music industry at The Discography Legal Encyclopedia of Popular Music, accessible through thediscography.org.
Since its formation in 1978, Island Press has evolved from a traditional contract print shop into a uniquely collaborative and educational enterprise. It is now known for its complex, large-scale works by a range of renowned artists.
The many months St. Louis–resident Kailon Lewis awaited a kidney transplant were filled with some discomfort, lots of life disruptions and plenty of boredom. The 11-year-old spent more than three hours at a time, three times a week, mostly alone at a dialysis clinic, while his mom also cared for five of Kailon’s siblings.
Ralph S. Quatrano, dean of engineering, is leading collaborative growth between the school and other departments across the university.