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Monday, May 15, 2017

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Class Acts: global engagement

Architect and urban designer Anu Samarajiva is attuned to the particularity of place and to how social networks shape our experience of the built environment. She wants to help people think about how social, political and economic systems impact individuals.

A position with agency

Alum Andrew McCabe was always interested in criminal law, but an internship he had while a law student here convinced him to become an FBI agent. After a long career that included busting crime rings and fighting terrorists, he is now acting director.

Pediatrics names executive vice chair, three vice chairs

The Department of Pediatrics at the School of Medicine named a distinguished pediatrician the department’s executive vice chair and three others as vice chairs. The new positions are aimed at improving efficiency and enhancing delivery of services.

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4:30 p.m. Monday, May 15

Fragile X syndrome seminar

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The View From Here

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WashU in the News

Experts: Trump’s alleged conversations with Comey improper

NBC News

Alum Andrew McCabe known at FBI for his precision and intellect

The New York Times

Genome digest: weedy rice

The Scientist

Did Sessions violate a rule by participating in Comey’s firing?


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Campus Voices

‘Saving history’

Abram Van Engen, of Arts & Sciences, writes an op-ed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the importance of government funding for the arts and humanities, historically as well as today.

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Brain & Behavior Research Foundation logoUniversity researchers Jose A. Moron-Concepcion, of the School of Medicine, and Thomas Rodebaugh, of Arts & Sciences, are among 40 scholars selected to receive 2017 Independent Investigator grants from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.

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