A new commitment from Life Trustee Andrew Taylor and his wife, Barbara, will match all new and increased gifts for undergraduate scholarships received through the conclusion of Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University. “Scholarships are critical to advancing the university’s mission,” says Mr. Taylor, chair of the public phase of the campaign. (Read more)
Making a Washington University education affordable and accessible for all qualified students is one of the university’s highest priorities. (Read more)
Deborah Beckman Kotzubei, AB ’91, enjoys a close relationship with her scholarship recipient, Karoline “Ro” Baker, Class of 2019. (Read more)
Karen Von Der Bruegge first met her scholarship recipient, Jon Slack, MBA ’17, in fall 2015 and has continued to stay in touch with him and his wife, Kathryn. (Read more)
This summer, the Couches made a significant commitment to support one of the School of Medicine’s highest priorities: personalized medicine. (Read more).
The gift provided seed funding for three pilot studies that have the potential to transform treatment for the disease. (Read more)
James and Juanita Wittmer’s gift will benefit faculty members and students at Washington University for generations to come.
The more than 50,000 items donated by MilliporeSigma are helping more than 200 faculty members in the engineering school, Arts & Sciences, and the School of Medicine conduct innovative research and enhance educational opportunities for students.
The Seeman Holtz Football Locker Room memorializes the friends’ years as Bears and the Seeman Holtz family of insurance and retirement planning companies, which they started together in south Florida in 1997. (Read more)
The event drew a record-setting number of alumni and friends to celebrate Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University. (Read more)