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September 2015

What’s happening on and off campus today. For alumni, parents, and friends.
Washington University Welcomes Class of 2019
Some 1,730 students from 50 states and 23 countries moved in August 20.

Couple Promotes Civic and Community Engagement
Maxine Clark and Bob Fox make a $7.5 million commitment to the Brown School.

Newly Discovered Network Has Implications for Alzheimer's Research
Researchers in Arts & Sciences and the School of Medicine discover that the brain has a network designed to separate new and old information.

Sociology Reborn
Arts & Sciences welcomes (back) a new department.

Medical Students Win Startup Challenge
A team at the School of Medicine has won top honors in a biotech startup competition designed to commercialize promising brain-related discoveries from the NIH.

Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University is a historic effort to raise $2.2 billion in support of scholarships, life-changing research, and much more. We invite you to:
•  View photo galleries from campaign kickoff events across the country.
•  Visit the Leading Together newsfeed for the latest campaign updates.
•  Learn about generous donors like Scott Rudolph, who supports nutrition research through a professorship in the School of Medicine.
Would you like to help Washington University build community, support students, and continue its groundbreaking research?
•  Volunteer your time and talent.
•  Make a gift of any amount.
•  Join the conversation at events or in your community.

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