Six Tips for Changing To A Career In Medicine

Six Tips for Changing To A Career In Medicine

Thinking of changing to a career in medicine? Our Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Studies director offers tips, best practices, and action items on how to prepare for a career in medicine and successfully apply to medical school.

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Spotlight on Summer School Classes

Spotlight on Summer School Classes

The variety of classes available at WashU during the summer range far and wide, from beer brewing, dance and history to required prerequisites. Learn more about our summer school experience in this recent interview with the director of Summer School.

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From Training Racehorses to Becoming a Veterinarian, One Woman Follows Her Purpose

From Training Racehorses to Becoming a Veterinarian, One Woman Follows Her Purpose

Learn how one student is on her way to fulfilling her dream of becoming a veterinarian by taking advantage of our flexible class formats and program options.

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An Inspiring Story About A Midwest Pre-Med Student Changing His Trajectory

An Inspiring Story About A Midwest Pre-Med Student Changing His Trajectory

If you’ve long dreamt of becoming a medical doctor, know that it’s not too late to change career paths. Learn how one of our students changed his career to become a doctor through our Post-bac PreMed program.

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Washington People: Jennifer M. Hudson

Washington People: Jennifer M. Hudson

Jennifer M. Hudson, program manager for the Washington University Prison Education Project, discusses the project, its animating philosophy and the importance of the liberal arts.

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Why It’s Not Too Late To Continue Your Education

Why It’s Not Too Late To Continue Your Education

Student Misty McElligot at University College at Washington University in St. Louis has five children ages 11-16 and is studying to become an international human rights lawyer.

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Challenging stereotypes, changing lives

Challenging stereotypes, changing lives

A new partnership between WashU and the Texas Graduate Center takes aim at low graduation rates in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.

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How to Find Your Passion with a Successful Mid-Career Shift

How to Find Your Passion with a Successful Mid-Career Shift

If you’ve found yourself neck-deep in a dissatisfying career, even taking one or two classes of interest can lead your career in a new and unprecedented direction.

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Ignite Your Creativity With an Inspiring Class

Ignite Your Creativity With an Inspiring Class

Third Degree Glass Factory features several highly popular glassworking courses offered as electives to students, where students can take glassblowing, flameworking, fused glass, or a sampler course that’s an introduction to all three.

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One Woman’s Experience Pursuing Higher Education Later In Life

One Woman’s Experience Pursuing Higher Education Later In Life

Recent University College graduate, Marina Allen, went from high school straight to the work force, and discovered her passion for sustainability in a degree program years later.

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