NEH-Next-Generation-Planning-Grant-Awarded to WashU

Adrienne Strong, a PhD candidate in anthropology in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, researches maternal health and mortality in Tanzania.

Board of Trustees Graduate Student Representative Wins Prestigious Award

Board of Trustees Graduate Student Rep., Alexandra Keane receives a prestigious fellowship. Shown with Morton E. Smith, MD, and Alison K. Snyder-Warwick, MD. Click Photo for info.

Ultra Condensed Science: Why is Gravity so Weak?

Ultra-Condensed Science invited PhD candidate in Physics, Adam Archibald to answer the question, "Why is Gravity so Weak?" Click the image for the answer.

A Commitment to Excellence

The Graduate School is committed to fostering excellence in teaching, research, scholarship and service. Washington University in St. Louis is a private research university dedicated to challenging faculty and students to learn and create new knowledge and greater understanding for an ever-changing world.

“Discere si cupias intra: salvere iubemus”

"If you wish to learn, enter: we welcome you."

August 23, 2016

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Workshop

The Fellowship Writing Workshops are offered to graduate students and postdocs, in order to teach them proposal-writing skills, with the goal of applying to an appropriate fellowship or grant.  The program is supported by the Graduate School, the Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences, the the School of Engineering, and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at Washington University and has events on both the Medical School and Danforth campuses.

The deadline to register for the small group mentoring sessions is September 2, 2016. 

Specific meeting times for groups will be announced after lecture sessions have concluded.