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.
Angela Peacock served almost seven years in the military before returning to civilian life. Eager to find purpose, she transferred to WashU and set to work on a degree in psychology.
A creative outlet can take many different forms. Our conversation with Amy Buehler, director of our Nonprofit Management program will help you learn to put your skills to good use.
We recently sat down with Valerie Davisson, chief people officer of At Home and alum of WashU. Read about her story and journey to success.
We recently sat down and spoke with our sustainability program coordinator, Mary Ann Lazarus, to discuss available sustainability programs, offerings, and options at the School of Continuing & Professional Studies.
One factor that can often intimidate students from pursuing higher education is the uncertainty about what career path would be the best fit. Fortunately, the School of Continuing & Professional Studies doesn’t require students to have it all figured out before they begin taking classes.
We spoke with two vibrant professionals to discuss the benefits of a master’s degree, especially for applicants hoping to impress a hiring manager.
Acclaimed writers Susan Perabo and Kristina Darling discuss the Summer Writers Institute program from two different vantage points.
Accomplished writer and poet Kent Shaw will teach the upcoming poetry workshop at Washington University’s Summer Writers Institute (SWI) in July, currently open for registration.
The creative writing MFA program at WashU attracts the most talented writers and instructors from all over the world, many of whom teach or are involved with the Summer Writer’s Institute. Two students discuss their experience.
We sat down with David Schuman, Director of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program in creative writing, who broke down how writers make effective storytelling choices, the mechanics of craft, and the elements of creative writing that can be taught.
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.
Student Misty McElligot at Washington University in St. Louis has five children ages 11-16 and is studying to become an international human rights lawyer.
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.
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.
Recent graduate, Marina Allen, went from high school straight to the work force, and discovered her passion for sustainability in a degree program years later.
Alumna Paula Carey recently discussed her journey in higher education and how WashU helped her successfully evolve into the leader she is today, making the shift from real estate to nonprofit work.