Category: Education

Students invited to apply to be a Faith in the Vaccine Ambassador

Students are invited to apply to be a Faith in the Vaccine Ambassador. Student ambassadors will develop creative partnerships with…

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E-waste recycling, paper shredding April 20 and 27

The Office of Sustainability and the Office of Information Security will be hosting electronic waste recycling drives and confidential paper…

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Ethic of Service Awards honor those who’ve made a difference

Kennedy Young, a junior at Washington University in St. Louis, used to believe that only bad people went to jail. …

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Fontbonne GriffinTHON Raises $34,287 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis

Fontbonne University GriffinTHON raised more than $34,200 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis On April 10, Fontbonne…

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Jha to develop imaging methods with $1.8M NIH grant

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East end project recognized

Washington University in St. Louis’ East End Transformation recently was honored by the St. Louis Business Journal as part of…

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How marriage is impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis among African American women

Most African American women described successfully navigating the challenges of a breast cancer diagnosis with their partners, finds a new…

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Biochemistry and biotechnology student Thomas Perrot finds an unlikely mesh with ceramics

Biochemistry and biotechnology student Thomas Perrot has combined his dual interests of ceramics and science while at UMSL. One example…

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Reagh named APS ‘Rising Star’

The Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) has named Zachariah Reagh a “Rising Star.” Reagh is assistant professor of psychological and…

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Eye on UMSL: A floral outlook

There’s a magic window of a few weeks every spring – sometime in March or April – when the cherry…

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UMSL receives renewed accreditation from AACSB for all business, accounting programs

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business renewed the College of Business Administration’s dual accreditation for all business and…

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Rep. Cori Bush calls for ambitious action to combat climate change during webinar hosted by UMSL, WUSTL

Congresswoman Cori Bush delivered the keynote address in a Missouri Climate Dialogues webinar titled “Green Recover, Climate Solutions and a…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

The eight-ranked volleyball team closed out the regular season with its ninth straight victory and secured the No. 2 seed…

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Accounting alumnus Christian Brown gets his career off to a fast start at KEB

Christian Brown earned his accounting degree from UMSL in December and secured a job as a staff auditor working at…

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Sam Fox School announces 2021 Stone & DeGuire Contemporary Art Awards

Cartoonist Lauren Weinstein and multimedia artist Paula Wilson have won the 2021 Stone & DeGuire Contemporary Art Awards. Presented by the Sam Fox School of…

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Now playing: Propaganda at the movies

In July 2021, China will mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. In the runup to celebrations,…

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4.12.21

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Gordon receives Kober Medal

Jeffrey Gordon, MD, has received the 2021 Kober Medal, one of the highest awards in academic medicine. Given by the…

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Child Development Accounts generate assets, parental investments

New research from the Center for Social Development at Washington University’s Brown School shows that parents of newborns with Child Development…

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Markowitz appointed to professional development role

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Board grants faculty appointments, promotions, tenure

At the Washington University in St. Louis Board of Trustees meeting March 5, numerous faculty members were appointed or promoted…

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Emily Baize, Ericka Webb and Anthony Harper receive UMSL Hero Award

From left, Emily Baize, Anthony Harper and Ericka Webb were named the April recipients of the the UMSL Hero Award….

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Finding our way

How to calm difficult emotions. Stay motivated. Fight Zoom fatigue. Stay safe. Breathe away panic. Teach — and learn —…

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Watershed moments

From headwaters near Salem, Missouri, the Meramec River snakes 218 free-flowing miles, through 14 counties and scores of towns, skirting…

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The endless possibilities of poetry

On any given day, the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis campus offers an opportunity to revel in…

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Forging ahead

Greetings from Washington University. Now more than a year into the pandemic, we are beginning to see some light at…

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Highlands hunt for climate answers

It seems impossible that this is the tropics. At 16,000 feet, high above the tree line in the central Andes…

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Communicating about COVID-19

Matthew Kreuter, the Kahn Family Professor of Public Health at the Brown School, wrote the book on public health messaging,…

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Changing how we see the brain

His phone rang all day. Same unknown number. It had to be a telemarketer. Engrossed in an NIH workshop about the…

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