Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Arts & Sciences investigates Physics 192 academic integrity breach

The office of the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Physics Department are currently investigating an incident in which Physics 192 exam solutions were posted on Chegg during the exam period.

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University of Illinois dean named as next WU Arts and Sciences dean of faculty

Feng Sheng Hu will serve as Washington University’s next dean of the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, July 1, Chancellor Andrew Martin announced today.

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Dean Barbara Schaal to step down at end of 2019-2020 academic year

Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences Barbara Schaal will conclude her term at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, officials from Washington University announced last week.

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College of Arts and Sciences introduces focus groups to reduce student stress

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jen Smith is running focus groups on the various sources behind student stress. Smith decided to form the focus groups after results of a survey indicated that stress and anxiety had risen among the undergraduate study body.

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Behind the young new face of the College of Arts & Sciences

She barely has time to sleep among days of nonstop meetings, classes and advising appointments, but professor Jennifer Smith still made time to take a group of about a dozen students to the Soulard Farmers Market Saturday for a day of shopping, cooking and socializing.

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Live and lead by McLeod’s example

You can do anything. Never underestimate yourself. That is what Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Vice Chancellor for Students James Earl McLeod tried to teach every student that he came into contact with. Whenever he met a student, McLeod would always go out of his way to learn about him or her.

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