As dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, William F. Tate awards all the master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees at Washington University. The dean also works closely with the Olin Business School, the School of Engineering & Applied Science, the School of Medicine and the Brown School in supervising doctoral students in these schools’ PhD programs.
Professor Tate holds or has held other Arts & Sciences academic and research appointments including in African and African American Studies, American Culture Studies, Center for Applied Statistics and Computation, and Urban Studies.
He has authored scores of scholarly journal articles, book chapters, edited volumes, monographs, and textbooks focused on (1) social determinants of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology attainment; (2) epidemiological models and geospatial applications with a focus on adolescent and child developmental outcomes; and (3) social development of youth in the context of urban communities.
For more information, visit William Tate's department profile.