WU professor speaks to US Senate

On September 22, Washington University political science Professor Steven Smith testified in front of the US Senate’s Committee on Rules and Administration regarding his thoughts on the Senate’s current filibuster rules, and Iowa Senator Tom Harkin’s (D-IA) proposed reform.

| Contributing Editor

Study habit study performed by WU professors

Research being conducted in Washington University’s own Department of Psychology has produced new evidence about the most effective study techniques for students.

| Contributing Reporter

What we are thankful for

As Thanksgiving approaches, the Student Life editorial board lists what they are thankful for this holiday season.

Professors of practice: a step toward emphasizing teaching

At a recent meeting of the Arts & Sciences faculty, it was announced that Washington University plans to create a new faculty position within Arts & Sciences—the Professor of the Practice.

The economics of a professor

It took a while for her to figure it out, but Professor Melanie Blackwell knew that her olive farm could not stay around for long.

| Scene Reporter

A&S considers teaching track

Plans are underway to implement a new professorship position at Washington University, titled the Professor of the Practice.

| Staff Reporter

Questions with John Hendrix

John Hendrix juggles being a professor at Washington University in St. Louis and illustrating whatever he can get his hands on. He might not look like your stereotypical “skinny, multi-color haired” artist, despite sporting a bruised eye at this moment, but his passion and point of view are clear.

| Cadenza Reporter

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