Get to know Arts & Sciences faculty and students by exploring their blogs. If you are interested in listing your blog or would like information on starting a new one, please contact our communications team.
Explore a world of ideas
The weekly podcast Hold That Thought showcases research and ideas from across Arts & Sciences in engaging, 15-minute-long episodes.
Student perspectives in arts & sciences
A blog by A&S Communications student interns. Read about their experiences in Arts & Sciences, from picking a major to studying abroad to exploring the best places to eat in Saint Louis.
THE REST OF THE STORY ON FOOD, FARMING, AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
A blog by Glenn Stone, professor of sociocultural anthropology and environmental studies. Over the past 30 years professor Stone has studied and written about food, farming, and biotechnology.
A blog by E.A. Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, actively studying human milk, breastfeeding, and maternal physiology in a comparative perspective.
Higher Education, Music and Entrepreneurship in the Heartland
A blog by Holden Thorp, provost of Washington University.
Cosmic-ray balloon experiment
A blog by Ryan Murphy, Research Assistant-Laboratory for Experimental Astrophysics. Preparing the Super-TIGER Cosmic Ray Detector for a Winter 2012-13 Antarctic flight.
So you want to be a biology professor?
Science it so much fun, it’s hard to imagine wanting another career. Why do some find it intimidating? Why do some find it mysterious? What can we do to help? Maybe a little openness on the process will help. Read this blog regularly and you will get an inside look at the joy of science.
Defending the right to innovate
A non-university blog that features a number of contributors from our Economics department, including Michele Boldrin, David K. Levine.
New Monetarist Economics
Economics professor Stephen Williamson explores ideas on macroeconomics, monetary economics, economic policy and current events.
Assistant professor of anthropology E.A. Quinn offers insight into food, recipes, and life on the tenure track.
History and Happenings from Washington University Archives
A blog hosted by the WUSTL library that occasionally features writers from Arts & Sciences.