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Faculty Spotlight: Rita Parai
Rita Parai, an assistant professor in Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, talks about her work with noble gases and what WashU's new noble gas isotope ratio mass spectrometer will allow her to do.
Student Spotlight: Reuben Siegman
Political science & religious studies major Reuben Siegman, LA'18, discusses his study abroad trip to Nepal and India where he studied religious education in Tibetan schools.
Alumni Spotlight: Joe Madison
Joe Madison, AB '71, is a groundbreaking radio personality and civil rights activist. Known as “The Black Eagle,” Joe can be heard weekday mornings on SiriusXM’s Urban View. In 2015, Joe set a Guinness World Record for the longest on-air broadcast, 52 hours, which raised more than $200,000 for the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Stories Of Incredible People, Research, Learning, and Leadership Happening In Arts & SciencesCheck Out The Ampersand
Seniors Camille Borders and Jasmine Brown named Rhodes Scholars
ArtSci seniors Camille Borders and Jasmine Brown have been selected as Rhodes Scholars. The fellow Ervin Scholars are also sorority sisters and good friends.
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The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences is looking for volunteers ages 18 and up to participate in a variety of approved research studies. Most experiments are conducted in the Psychology Building on the Danforth Campus and volunteers are compensated for their time financially.Learn more
The Parking & Transportation team has rolled out a new long term parking strategy. The purpose of the new plan will help WashU better allocate current and future parking resources across campus, address key weaknesses in the current plan, and enhance alternative transportation during construction on the east end of the Danforth Campus.Read more