We recently spoke with two Summer Writers Institute alumnae about their writing and classroom experiences in the program. SWI runs July 12-26 at Washington University.
Writers of all experience levels benefit from the personal attention and constructive feedback at these courses, offered July 12-26. Creative nonfiction instructor Sylvia Sukop describes how she uplifts and instills confidence in every writer who attends her course.
We sat down with our Sustainability Program Coordinator to hear her perspective on the importance of sustainability and how our sustainability degree and certificate programs are improving the St. Louis region.
We recently sat down with our advisors who provided sound advice for students considering going back to school.
For students considering an online program for an associate’s degree, or students who already have credits from another institution, CAPS offers the right fit for a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.
Whether or not to return to school can be a challenging, intimidating choice. Explore some of the compelling reasons to consider going back, and which programs can help you along the way.
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.
We spoke with recent alumni Bryan Goggin, a first-generation college graduate who decided to go back to school and finish his degree at WashU. Goggin is now a data analyst at Bayer.
We sat down with Dr. Sobel for an honest look at the student experience here at the School of Continuing & Professional Studies, and how having a degree from the world-class Washington University in St. Louis aids career development.
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.