Student Life



These comments demonstrate how each goal is in the process of being achieved, especially with, and in spite of, the current COVID-19 challenges.



Students in EBMA Class 53 took the “values-based, data-driven” concept to heart—literally—during their November residency in Shanghai, with an afternoon spent with nonprofit Heart to Heart and a decision that would change the life of a young girl in China.



The students are consulting with an inventor of a unique product—a the moving device named from the ease of gliding heavy boxes down the stairs.



When nearly 100 first-year MBA students traveled to three continents and four destinations during their global immersion experience last summer, they did more than just study abroad. Indeed, they were working professionals who experienced their career goals in real-time as



During unprecedented times, the WashU Olin community is coming together as the community we truly are. Though students, faculty and staff span across the city, the country and even the world, setting up virtual study spaces everywhere from New York



Hourly workers for large sporting venues are getting help from professional athletes and ownership. We need the same kind of help from our local government.