Clinton Global Initiative University students gathered at Washington University April 5–7 to fine-tune their plans for tackling some of society’s most urgent challenges.
WUSTL researchers travel to remote, isolated, hostile Antarctica to conduct balloon-borne astronomy experiments. Their ultimate goal is to solve the mysteries of cosmic rays — the rain of charged particles from space falling continuously on Earth.
Top academic officer Macias steps down, will focus on educational technologies.
Washington University grads have the confidence to pursue their dreams — even if those dreams don’t quite mesh with their majors.
Nanoparticles carrying a toxin found in bee venom can destroy the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) while leaving surrounding cells unharmed, researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine have shown.
We asked 350 seniors to share favorites and future plans. Scan the first question below and then click through the slideshow above to see more.
Do all types of stress equally increase the risk of suffering from depressive symptoms among African Americans transitioning into young adulthood?
Washington University is ranked as the world’s 11th greenest campus in the 2012 annual report of UI GreenMetric, a worldwide university ranking system that lists 215 of the world’s most sustainable and eco-friendly campuses.