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April 2024

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Drawn in

Drawn in

WashU alumni are writing and illustrating the books you wish you could have read as a kid — increasing diversity one picture book at a time.

Navigate the neurosciences at WashU Medicine

Explore the extensive scope of neuroscience research ongoing at WashU Medicine.

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The messy middle

The messy middle

Laura Meckler, AB ’90, goes back to her hometown of Shaker Heights, Ohio, to examine the city’s history of racial equity.

Faculty Books

Learning to Disagree

Learning to Disagree: The Surprising Path to Navigating Differences with Empathy and Respect

Alumni Books

Alumni Community

Class Notes

Michelle Kibby

Michelle Kibby, OT89, is a professor at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale in the clinical psychology and brain and cognitive sciences programs. She serves as faculty ombudsperson as well. Kibby is also a child-clinical neuropsychologist, a wife and a mother.

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