A Transformative Decade: Convergence, Creativity, Community
- An expanded faculty, diverse and inclusive, with even more robust research opportunities that push the boundaries of the possible.
- Multiple departments and programs ranked in the top ten within the next ten years.
- Educational practices that engage far more environments of learning, connecting students with experiences throughout the city and world that build on a powerful foundation of disciplinary and transdisciplinary studies.
- Innovative liberal arts programs that address questions of life design and emphasize multiple literacies, asking students what it means to live a good life as engaged citizens throughout the world.
- Graduate students drawn here from across the globe because of the innovative research, scholarship, and high-impact creative practices we are developing.
This is our moment. We are ready.
In Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, we have a strong foundation on which to build and extraordinary resources to engage. And over the next ten years, we will leverage those resources to build a top institution devoted to bringing people together from across the world to discover new knowledge, explore the universe, and serve the public good.
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Working at Wash U
Washington University prides itself on being a place where people matter and serious work is done. We are a community of individuals inspired to work together to develop big ideas and tackle challenging problems. Our faculty and staff work within an inclusive community that celebrates diverse perspectives, collaboration, and innovation. Supporting individuals with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and expertise is critically important to our success, and to the ideals of a liberal arts education. We welcome applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. It is our policy to employ and advance in employment all qualified persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, political affiliation, and status as a parent.
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