Alive Magazine recently sat down with Paula Carey to hear about her journey in higher education and how University College helped her successfully evolve into the leader she is today, making the shift from real estate to nonprofit work.
Donald Stahl, a master’s degree student in University College in Arts & Sciences, passed away March 22 at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital in Richmond Heights, Mo., after suffering a heart attack on campus. He was 73. A retired social worker, Stahl was pursuing a master’s in international affairs.
Alive Magazine recently sat down with University College leadership and discussed how students often come to discover their passions by exploring subjects that interest them, regardless of whether they lead to a direct career path or not.
ALIVE Magazine recently published an article exploring a number of options available to you through University College that can help you reach your professional and academic goals. The article also outlines how to begin the process and provides in-depth advice for students pursuing higher-education options.
The word resilience can take on many different meanings. It can refer to the rebuilding after the tornado that leveled Joplin, MO or dealing with the aftermath of the civil unrest in Ferguson, MO. Learn more about resilience from WashU adjunct faculty member, Mary Ann Lazarus.
Throughout the fall semester, University College sponsors a free live jazz concert series with performances by noted local and regional jazz artists every Thursday evening on the Danforth Campus. Learn more about the concert series and view the schedule today.