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Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017

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Assembly Series to delve into sustainable development

John McArthur, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and an expert on global sustainable development, will be on campus next week. He will give an Assembly Series talk on raising living standards for all at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, in Hillman Hall.

New guidance for children with mild head trauma

Pediatric neurosurgeons at the School of Medicine developed a risk scoring system to help determine when a child with mild traumatic brain injury and an abnormal CT scan can be monitored safely in a general hospital ward.

600 student advocates to converge at Washington University

Can good intentions sometimes lead to bad feelings? That’s one of the questions to be addressed at the annual Impact Conference being held at the university tomorrow through Sunday, Feb. 16-19. About 600 students from across the nation are expected to attend.

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Lunch & Learn with Purvi Patel

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WashU in the News

Trump’s travel ban will need more than tweaks to survive, experts say

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New weight loss method requires patients to get over ‘ick’ factor


15 science-backed tips to get someone to fall in love with you

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Campus Voices

Burnett publishes book on Robert Bresson

Film scholar Colin Burnett, of Arts & Sciences, recently published a book, “The Invention of Robert Bresson: The Auteur and His Market” from Indiana University Press. Burnett combines biography and cultural history to examine the French film director Bresson and the roots of the auteur concept.

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Washington University Libraries has received a two-year, $34,433 grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission for the project “Liberating the Spoken Word: Poetry Readings and Literary Performances in St. Louis, 1969-2005.”

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