Claire Masteller, assistant professor of earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, won a $149,417 grant from the U.S. Army Research Office’s Early Career Program.
Professor Sánchez Prado was interviewed in The Chronicle of Higher Education on why ethnic studies are so essential after the media response to the Atlanta massacre.
Rebecca Wanzo, chair and professor of women, gender and sexuality studies in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, has won the Katherine Singer Kovács Book Award for outstanding scholarship in cinema and media studies from the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS).
To ensure communication, transparency, and community-building, the Office of the Vice Provost for faculty Affairs and Diversity hosts regular events, including faculty lunches, professional development programming, and an Annual Town Hall on Danforth Campus Gender Equity.
Dr. Jessica Gold sits on a panel on St. Louis Public and reflects on “12 Months Of COVID-19 — The Losses, The Struggles And The Lessons”.
The university was ranked 12th among hundreds of large and midsized companies on Forbes’ fourth annual list of “America’s Best Employers For Diversity.” Learn more by clicking here.
Washington University in St. Louis seeks an exceptional academic leader, scholar and administrator to serve as vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity. You can learn more here.
The center is a vital catalyst for collaboration for the 200-plus Danforth and Medical campus faculty studying issues related to race and ethnicity. CRE² provides research grants and encourages interdisciplinary scholarship through initiatives like CRE² research workshop groups, faculty fellowships and academic courses.
In June 2020, Washington University committed to a number of concrete actions geared toward addressing systemic racism and its toll on our Black communities. The information on this page provides updates on the progress of each goal expressed in Chancellor Andrew D. Martin’s message to the university community.
Honoring the six AAPI women, eight lives lost in the most recent Atlanta shooting AND the 3,800 Asian Americans who have been targets in hate incidents in the last year.