Sep. 12 2014
Career Center events feature top national and local employers
This week the Career Center will host several events for students to learn about internship and career opportunities. The Fall Internship & Job Career Fair, Law School Fair, and S.T.E.M. SLAM reflect the university's commitment to ensuring that students achieve their career goals.
Sep. 11 2014
Sep. 8 2014
Ability to see glowing cancer cells opens doors to precision treatments
Cancer cells can be notoriously difficult for surgeons to see. To address the problem, Samuel Achilefu, professor of radiology at the Washington University School of Medicine, assembled a multidisciplinary team to refine night-vision goggles for use during surgery.
Sep. 5 2014
Fall Assembly Series tackles timely issues
The Fall Assembly Series will feature presentations by several eminent civil rights scholars and authors, including Kenji Yoshino, author of the First Year Reading Program selection Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights. The first lecture is Sept. 8 at 7 p.m.
Sep. 3 2014
Balloon set to launch with cutting-edge telescope
In a few days, a telescope sensitive to the polarization of high-energy “hard” X rays will ascend to the edge of the atmosphere above Fort Sumner, N.M., to stare at black holes and other exotic astronomical objects. The X-Calibur telescope will be carried aloft by a 747-jetliner-sized balloon.