Putting Ideas to Work

Adaptability is a key factor in Klitzke’s efforts toward positive change

Moving Forward

Mary Clemens and her daughters

Mary Clemens draws inspiration for her master’s studies from motherhood and family loss

Windows to the Soul

Through her photography, Lindy Drew engages and tells the stories of strangers

Close to Home

Audiology graduate student shifted career paths out of a desire to help her son and others who are deaf and hard of hearing

Class of 2016: Laura VanArendonk Blanton

Studying molecular genetics and genomics, doctoral student worked to understand connection between gut bacteria and malnutrition

Globally Minded

Jamal Lama, handled master of ceremony duties during the inaugural “WashU Law Musical Showcase,” held March 31 in Anheuser-Busch Hall. Originally planning to perform himself, Lama instead accepted the request by School of Law dean Nancy Staudt to develop and implement the evening’s entertainment, with the goal of bringing fellow students together and experiencing their talents outside the classroom.

New Yorker comes to the Midwest to become a citizen of the world