Join us on August 5th, 4-6pm for this year’s fall kickoff to evolution education! Enjoy an evening of wine, cheese and prizes at the MySci Resource Center. Also get exclusive access to evolution instructional materials. Registration ends July 31st.
The spring is always a time of bittersweet endings and new beginnings. It is with much excitement that we honor our 23 teacher leaders who graduated this spring with advanced certificates and degrees from University College here at WUSTL.
Your pursuit of excellence is most commendable!
As the school year draws to a close and a wave of soon-to-be graduates prepares for life outside the walls of Washington University in St. Louis, one student group knows that changing the world doesn’t have to wait until after Commencement.
It all began at Brittany Woods Middle School in 2012 with Nicholas Okafor.
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In a beautiful, old building on N. Kingshighway in north St. Louis, a new school will leave its mark on Missouri history. Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls, in partnership with Washington University in St. Louis, has set its sights on an old school building in the Kingsway West neighborhood as the spot for Missouri’s first, single-gender public school.
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