Vicki Eaklor, professor of History at Alfred University who received her PhD in History from WU in 1982, is one of 10 historians nationally selected for the editorial board of the new magazine of the Organization of American Historians.
Ashley Maher, who begins a three-year junior research fellowship at Oxford University this fall, combined her interests in architecture and literature while writing her dissertation at Washington University.
Joshua Reece, assistant professor of biology at Valdosta State University, recently led students on an excursion along the Georgia and Florida coasts weeks examining various ecosystems.
Former Head of Partner Publishing at Zynga and PlayStation, Dyer received his BA in economics from WUSTL and his Diploma in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics.
Ms. Zerhusen credits her undergraduate training in history (received at Washington University in St. Louis) as inspiring a deep interest in how the information field can improve availability to resources that challenge perceptions.
Samuel Halperin, A.B. '52, M.A. '52, Ph.D. '56 , who helped shape laws dramatically expanding access to public education during the 1960s, remained involved in national education policy for more than four decades.