The Most Interesting Career You’ve Never Heard Of
Annette Crymes discusses her career working in foreign countries—Botswana, South Africa, Jordan, Turkey, Greece, and Peru, to name a few—collaborating with native populations to help them make use of their valuable indigenous plants.
Why This Prolific Data Scientist Chose WashU’s University College
We spoke with recent alumni Bryan Goggin, a first-generation college graduate who decided to go back to school and finish his degree at University College. Goggin is now a data analyst at Bayer.
Things To Remember When Choosing A University For Your Second Degree
We sat down with Dr. Sobel for an honest look at the student experience here at University College, and how having a degree from the world-class Washington University in St. Louis aids career development.
Is it Possible to Work Full Time and Achieve a Master’s Degree?
We spoke with a WashU employee who recently earned a master's degree in American Culture Studies while working full-time. Learn how she did it in this recent interview.
A Midwestern Military Veteran’s Path to Graduate School
Angela Peacock served almost seven years in the military before returning to civilian life. Eager to find purpose, she transferred to University College and set to work on a degree in psychology.
International Affairs student, Katlyn Keller, recently shared her University College experience and how her professors had such an impact in taking her education to the next level.