Bill Siedhoff has long advocated for children and families in St. Louis. By supporting graduate students studying social work and public health at the Brown School, he hopes to encourage the next generation to follow his lead and pursue careers in public service.
Five Arts & Sciences undergraduates were among the first recipients of the scholarship created by Milica Banjanin, who taught Russian literature and culture, and her husband.
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.
Donors step up to build financial resources for a best-in-class student experience made more accessible with increased scholarship and fellowship support.