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1.11.2016--Heather Essig, Darwin Days Fellow--
Students from left:
Hannah Hart,
Natalie Halloran,
Photos by Joe Angeles/WUSTL Photos
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Bringing arts to K-12 community

On the morning of December 4th, students from schools across St. Louis filed into the Edison Theater at Washington University in St. Louis to see Washington University Dance Theatre: Shadows & …Read more.

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Leading the way in science education

A new science curriculum takes its cues from the individuals who understand it best Debbie Spiezio has taught in Rockwood School District for nearly 30 years, and today, her students will …Read more.

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Weaver presents at STEM Summit

In a world of evolving technologies and complex problems, training children as young as kindergartners to think like engineers may be the key to helping them prepare for the future. …Read more.

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Answering the call

In a brightly lit forum of the Brown School’s new Hillman Hall, a collection of Washington University leaders addressed the recent calls to action made by the Ferguson Commission. In …Read more.

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New-Fellows

ISP honors eight faculty fellows

The Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University welcomes eight new faculty members to its Faculty Fellows program. Started in 2010 with the establishment of the Institute for School …Read more.