Alumna, Valerie Davisson, to Lead Upcoming Faculty Book Discussion

Professor of Sociology Jake Rosenfeld discusses his newest book, You’re Paid What You’re Worth And Other Myths of the Modern Economy. This myth-busting book challenges the idea that we’re paid according to objective criteria and places power and social conflict at the heart of economic analysis.

Olivia Brinich

Olivia Brinich

International Affairs student, Olivia Brinich, shares her thoughts about the School of Continuing & Professional Studies, the professional and continuing education division at Washington University in St. Louis.

WashU Alumna Named in “40 Under 40”

Shannon Laine

Shannon Laine, president and Chief Executive Officer at HealthWorks! Kids’ Museum St. Louis, alumna of Nonprofit Management master’s program, a post master’s certificate alumna through Brown School, and also a current instructor at WashU was selected as a 2020 St. Louis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Honoree.

Jason Rosenbaum

Jason Rosenbaum

WashU instructor, Jason Rosenbaum, recently discussed his new podcasting course offered through CAPS and how it’s a vital medium to learn in order to inform the public.

Terri Williams

Terri Williams

We sat down with alumna, Terri Williams, who recently discussed her experience of going back to school to get her graduate degree as a working adult at WashU.

Carrying the banner: Meet the 2019 student marshals


At the university-wide Commencement ceremony on May 17, a small group of exceptional students will represent every branch of Arts & Sciences by carrying banners for the College, the Graduate School, and University College (now the School of Continuing & Professional Studies).

Serving adult consumers of knowledge

Serving adult consumers

As Mark Rollins prepares to step down as dean, he reflects on recent progress in serving adult learners at Washington University.