A WashU education extends well beyond lectures and labs. With the help of generous Make Way donors, the university is bolstering its efforts to ensure students embrace healthy habits, become effective leaders, build career competencies, and cultivate other skills necessary for success after graduation.
Recipient of new position endowed by David and Dorothy Kemper will tackle global challenges like climate change and sustainability.
The Miriam Barr Librarianship in Jewish and Near Eastern studies recognizes namesake, a Holocaust survivor.
Ruth Bebermeyer’s support honors sister and will advance drug discovery and treatment of the lung disease.
Alumni contribute to their class gift to stay connected and help future students make memories at WashU.
Donors step up to build financial resources for a best-in-class student experience made more accessible with increased scholarship and fellowship support.
William H. Danforth Leadership Society recognizes donors whose lifetime contributions total $1 million or more.