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Braude, professor of practice in Arts & Sciences, 626.3.24Seven faculty members receive inaugural Teaching Innovation Awards5.23.24Zheng, Le named Beckman Scholars5.21.24Hindle wins British Agricultural History Society book award5.20.24Garnett wins Leakey Foundation grant5.15.24Chen, Kuzuoğlu awarded ACLS early career fellowships5.9.24Recipe for Respect5.2.24Meet the speakers honoring 2024 doctoral, master’s degree recipients5.1.24Harte, Ehlmann to address undergraduate Class of 20244.30.24Carrying the banner: Meet the 2024 student marshals4.26.24The predator's dilemma4.25.24Recognizing graduate student excellence in research, teaching4.24.24Arts & Sciences launches Public Health & Society program4.24.24Heemstra installed as the Charles Allen Thomas Professor in Chemistry4.23.24Celebrating faculty retirementsscroll formore stories: Featured Podcast:Climate literacyIn the first episode of “It’s Getting Hot in Here,” a podcast created by the Washington University Climate Change Program, student hosts Lara Briggs, Sejal Rajamani, and Julian McCall are joined by Cassie Power and Amanda Albert to discuss climate literacy.Paul Laurence Dunbar, "We Wear The Mask"Rafia Zafar joins the Poetry for All podcast to discuss "We Wear the Mask" by the great poet and writer Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872-1906). Zafar leads us in a discussion of Dunbar's fame and influence while opening up broader themes of African American history and literature Influencing democracyThe fifth episode of the American Democracy Lab podcast features author, lecturer, and journalist Anne Nelson discussing the eroding trust in our democracy. See All The Ampersand MagazineSpring 2024 issue Ampersand magazine shares stories of incredible people, research, and ideas in Arts & Sciences. Our latest issue features stories on WashU’s quantum quest, a popular course on hip-hop and rap, the secrets of the human brain, and more. Subscribe to Print EditionSee Magazinenews and events from Arts & Sciences / WashUSampling eDNA for global biodiversity census Andres Kara Andres, a postdoctoral fellow with the...Read moreBook explores consequences of political conversationsMisinformation is a threat to democracy, but who’s to blame...Read moreBiologists take closer look at stress response in cells Zaher When cells encounter challenges like nutrient...Read moreA river runs through itScientists at Washington University in St. Louis are using state-of-the-art geospatial technologies to study bedrock river erosion at Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park, located about two hours southwest of the Danforth Campus. Our world by degrees: In search of refugeResearchers look at whether Ozark oases at Tyson Research Center — climate change refugia — could help species persist in spite of rising temperatures.Keep up with the AmpersandJoin our list'The poem in front of you'Carl Phillips discusses his path to poetry, the importance of instilling trust in the classroom, and the significance of his recent Pulitzer Prize.Read moreThe art and science of cancer careA popular Ampersand program is preparing the physicians of the future to understand the scientific and social aspects of cancer.Read moreNASA partnership is 'a jewel in WashU's crown'WashU is a leading partner in NASA research, from the first Moon missions to future journeys probing the distant reaches of the cosmos.Read moreThe ‘life-changing’ power of Arts & Sciences programs for high school studentsHigh schoolers have many opportunities to work with Arts & Sciences faculty members, conduct research, and take college-level courses — experiences that often go on to kickstart careers.Read moreQuick LinksExplore AcademicsStudent ResourcesThe AmpersandEventsOur PeopleAbout A&SContactAcademic CalendarA&S ComputingUniversity DirectoryUniversity LibrariesInside ArtSciArts & Sciences Strategic PlanEmployment OpportunitiesCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Arts & SciencesInstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInYouTubeLet your curiosity lead the way.Find out how to apply and get started todayApply Now1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 / wustl.edu

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