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Monday, Feb. 4, 2019

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Group exploring ways to strengthen Title IX process

As part of the university’s ongoing efforts to address sexual assault and misconduct, an advisory group of students, faculty and staff will meet this semester to explore ways to strengthen the Title IX process, policies and practices.

Teitelbaum receives King Faisal Prize in Medicine

Steven Teitelbaum, MD, has been awarded the King Faisal International Prize in Medicine. Awarded by the King Faisal Foundation in Saudi Arabia, the prize recognizes scientists whose research has major benefits to humanity.

Doctors closer to predicting, preventing Alzheimer’s

A large, dedicated team at the School of Medicine has been working for 40 years to understand and prevent Alzheimer’s disease. These researchers are on the brink of finding ways to predict who will get the disease and when. Their ultimate aim: to prevent it entirely.

How a boss can get too close with workers

Researchers, including a postdoctoral fellow at Olin Business School, studied where potential relationship problems exist between managers and employees who are close, and how to avoid such pitfalls.

Lifelong Learning Institute joins national network

Washington University’s Lifelong Learning Institute, which offers academic courses to learners 50 and over, has become the newest member of the national network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes.

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8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7

HomeGrown STL Summit on Black Boys and Young Men

Noon Thursday, Feb. 7

Law speaker series: Suerie Moon

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The View From Here

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WashU in the News

Trump proposal would upend drug industry by overhauling rebates in Medicare


WashU announces donation from Square co-founder to grow engineering school


WashU scholar digs into other polar vortex — the political kind — as anger spikes, trust declines

St. Louis Public Radio

Lifestyle, genetics changes focus in cholesterol monitoring

The St. Louis American

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“Eyes on the Prize,” which was created and produced by alumnus Henry Hampton, received the 2019 Cinema Eye Legacy Award. The 14-part series is the defining documentary on the civil rights movement, and Washington University Libraries has preserved and made available original interviews for the series.

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