Art History and Archaeology
The Department of Art History and Archaeology at Washington University has a rich past and a vibrant present. One of the oldest art history programs west of the Mississippi, the department was an important force in establishing recognition for art history outside of the eastern United States.
Konecky's dual focus on ancient and modern systems provides a geologic perspective on present-day climate change, while using present-day climate processes to better understand the geologic past.
Germanic Languages and Literatures
The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Washington University offers a diverse and challenging program of study that entails both the attainment of a proficiency in the language and a critical engagement with the history, culture, politics, and society in German-speaking countries
Jane provides technical support for the College, which includes Student Information Systems reporting for degree certification, Advanced Placement credit, and first-year summer program registrations. She also manages email communications to Arts & Sciences students.
Film and Media Studies
The Film and Media Studies program at Washington University examines a vitally important aspect of 20th- and 21st-century visual culture, namely the development of film, television, radio, and other electronic media as aesthetic and cultural forms.
Superconducting qubits are a promising system for the realization of quantum schemes for computation, simulation, and data encryption.
Literature is central to the human quest for meaning. It’s a unique vehicle for finding ourselves and for navigating our course in an often confusing and complex world.
Aaron Obernuefemann's supports the data needs of the College of Arts & Sciences. Aaron has a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Webster University and an MBA from Lindenwood University. He previously worked as an analyst for the School of Medicine.
East Asian Studies
East Asian studies entails the comprehensive study of the cultures and societies of East Asia in an interdisciplinary program that encompasses language, literature, history, anthropology, art history, film, philosophy, and religious studies.
Re-established in 2015, the Washington University Department of Sociology strives to understand the origins and reproduction of social inequality, especially as it relates to issues of pressing public concern.