The first week of classes here began in the wake of unrest following the Aug. 9 death of African-American teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson. Events were planned to not only allow students to lend a voice to the issues, but to bring members of the community together to talk and support one another.
Events bring university community together to reflect, move forward
Different forms of Alzheimer's have similar effects on brain networks
Experiments explain why some liquids are ‘fragile’ and others are ‘strong’
Students participate in inaugural global health research program
Monthly transfusions reduce strokes in children with sickle cell anemia
Ferguson and beyond We invite the community to reflect, engage and join in the conversation with careful reflection and important dialogue.
A global classroom: Brown School students got firsthand public health experience in Haiti this summer. Watch Video
Washington People: John Schael
Nussenbaum named director of head and neck surgical oncology division
Wash U Expert: Former immigration agency chief counsel defends legality of Obama’s pending enforcement plan
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