‘Speaking of Fashion: A Conversation with Diane von Furstenberg’

Fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg will discuss her life and work in a free talk Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Washington…

‘She Leads’ symposium to focus on empowering women leaders

The Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study at Washington University in St. Louis will…

Engineering faculty awarded $10.7M in federal energy grants

The world’s changing climate, reflected in more and more destructive wildfires, drought, floods and severe weather events, has led the…

WashU COVID-19 nasal vaccine technology licensed to Ocugen

A nasal vaccine for COVID-19 – based on technology developed at Washington University in St. Louis – is on the…

Chakaia Booker’s ‘Shaved Portions’

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‘Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages’ Oct. 7 and 8

The Foreign Language Association of Missouri’s 2022 conference, “Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages,” will take place at Washington University in…

Lai receives Templeton grant to develop anti-bias intervention strategies

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Griswold book ‘The Age of Clear Profit’ published

John Griswold, a staff writer at The Common Reader, a publication of Washington University in St. Louis, has written a…

A strategic vision for Washington University’s next 10 years

Washington University in St. Louis has unveiled its strategic plan, setting a bold and ambitious path for the next decade.…

The View From Here 10.03.22

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Risk of Alzheimer’s dementia may be predicted with help of new tool

Using demographic information, brain imaging test results and genetic biomarkers, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis…

US has capacity to make essential drugs, study finds

President Joe Biden signed an executive order Sept. 12 to launch a National Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Initiative, noting the United States…

Study reports first evidence of social relationships between chimpanzees, gorillas

A long-term study led by primatologist Crickette Sanz at Washington University in St. Louis reveals the first evidence of lasting…

New system creates bioplastics, consumes CO2

A team of researchers has developed a system that uses carbon dioxide, CO2, to produce biodegradable plastics, or bioplastics, that…

Hidden microbiome fortifies animals, plants too

The microbiome is the collection of microbes that colonize a habitat, human body or otherwise. Because of pioneering microbiome research…

Strategic vision kickoff events scheduled

The entire Washington University in St. Louis community is invited to join a series of exciting events that will highlight…

Seelinger participates in UN General Assembly conference

Kim Thuy Seelinger, research associate professor at Washington University in St. Louis’ Brown School, visiting professor at the School of…

Global icon Goodall to give talk on ‘hope through action’

Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) and UN Messenger of Peace, will share insights on her evolution…

Chakrabartty works to make AI more energy efficient

In 2019, the energy required to train a top-of-the-line artificial intelligence system was more than the energy required to operate…

Tighter school security leads to lower test scores, study finds

As schools around the country have ramped up security efforts in response to recent school shootings, a new study from…

Harris Award nominations sought

Nominations are being accepted for the Jane and Whitney Harris St. Louis Community Service Award. Established in 2000 by a…

Support program for tenure-track Danforth Campus faculty extended

The Office of the Provost at Washington University in St. Louis is extending its program to support Danforth Campus tenure-track…

Puram honored for research on head and neck cancer

Puram Sidharth V. Puram, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of otolaryngology and director of the Division of Head and Neck…

The sound of the future, 50 years on

Jazz has always had a tradition of innovation and experimentation, but in the 1960s, that began to change. The culture…

Oyen and team receive funding to study placental function

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09.26.22

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University launches new interface for ONE.WUSTL portal

Washington University in St. Louis has launched a new user interface for ONE.WUSTL, a universitywide single sign-on portal. ONE.WUSTL reduces…

Greenberg recognized for work straddling race, religion

Maxwell Greenberg, a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Jewish, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies in Arts & Sciences…

Political scientists to study populist rhetoric as a threat to democracy

Washington University in St. Louis political scientists Christopher Lucas, Jacob Montgomery, and Margit Tavits , all in Arts & Sciences, won a $571,000 grant from…

Search committee appointed for government relations leader

Chancellor Andrew D. Martin and Provost Beverly Wendland have appointed a 10-member committee to identify candidates for the position of…