WashU Spaces: Sophomore Camryn Okere

The Thomas Eliot B House room of Washington University in St. Louis sophomore Camryn Okere is more than a place to crash and study — it is a curated collection of art, an expression of her personal ethos and a modern marvel in storage. It is also the winner of the Office of Residential Life’s inaugural Room Decorating Contest.
Keith Hengen in his lab

WashU Spaces: Keith Hengen

Keith Hengen, assistant professor of biology in Arts & Sciences, collects more than 20 terabytes of data a day. Through big data, new technology and good coffee, Hengen has set out to discover how systems of neurons interact. And, in doing so, he created a new sort of workspace that is both functional and fun.