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Asian scholars, practitioners and policymakers share lessons and look to the future in the book “Asset-Building Policies and Innovations in Asia.” The Center for Social Development’s Michael Sherraden, PhD, and Li Zou were among the editors.MORE
A video features the close collaboration between the School of Medicine and St. Louis Children’s Hospital to help children with diabetes through innovative research that benefits patient care.MORE
Vice Provost Adrienne Davis, JD, analyzes the concept of reparations for slavery in light of events in Ferguson in delivering the 2015 Coxford Lecture at Western University in Ontario.MORE
Literary scholar Erin McGlothlin, PhD, a faculty fellow in the Center for the Humanities, discusses her book project analyzing the humanizing depictions of Holocaust perpetrators in books and movies.MORE
Casey Hyland, a glass artist and Sam Fox School alum, explains glass blowing and his work in a Q&A with LEO Weekly.MORE
Alumnus Ken Cooper, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, published his first book, “Portraits of Purpose: A Tribute to Leadership.” Among his profiles is fellow alum Henry Hampton, producer of “Eyes on the Prize.”MORE
Alison Heller, a graduate student in sociocultural anthropology in Arts & Sciences, created a photo-filled blog about her research on women with fistula in Niger.MORE
Carolyn Sargent, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, writes about time she spent doing research on reproductive health care in France in an entry on the Institute for Public Health’s new blog.MORE
Stephen H. Legomsky, JD, testified recently on Capitol Hill, defending the legality of President Obama’s recent executive actions on immigration. He previously served as chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.MORE
Architects John Hoal, PhD, and Derek Hoeferlin discuss the importance of the Mississippi River basin to the region in a St. Louis Art Museum video.MORE
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