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The 2017–18 Annual Fund supports Washington University students and educators as they collaborate to explore ideas, test solutions, and tackle some of the most difficult challenges of our time. Your generous gift empowers them to be leaders and changemakers. You help make extraordinary achievements possible. Thank you! 
 

Imaging Project Aims to Discover How the Brain Ages 
School of Medicine and Arts & Sciences researchers will image the brains of 2,500 people from 5 to 100+ years old to determine how a healthy brain changes over time and create a baseline for normal aging.  

Olin Celebrates Centennial and a First-Place Ranking 
Poets&Quants ranked the Olin Business School’s undergraduate program first in the nation as the school celebrates its centennial in 2017. 
 

Bears Win Big 
The Women’s Soccer, Women’s Indoor Track & Field, and Women’s Outdoor Track & Field teams all celebrated NCAA Division III National Championship victories in 2016–17, and eight student athletes won individual national titles in 2017.

School of Law Celebrates 150 Years of Exceptional Education
Founded in 1867, the twelfth-oldest law school in the country commemorates this milestone anniversary with a year of celebrations. While honoring its rich history, the School of Law looks toward a bright future for its students, with an impressive 98% career placement rate.

First Class Meal Proposal Wins Design Competition
A team of students from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and the Brown School created an award-winning proposal for increasing food security and reducing food waste by leveraging U.S. Postal Service resources.

Mind-Controlled Device Moves Hands
A device developed by School of Medicine scientists that detects electrical signals from the brain helped stroke patients train uninjured parts of their brains and control their paralyzed hands.

“For the Sake of All” Takes Action
“For the Sake of All,” an innovative effort to improve the health and well-being of all St. Louisans by eliminating racial disparities, began implementing evidence-based strategies to improve economic opportunity, early childhood education, school-based health programs, neighborhood quality, and health-care access.

Flame Design Experiment Launches Into Space
An experiment designed by a team at the School of Engineering & Applied Science that will study the formation and control of soot—a major pollutant—hitched a ride into space aboard a SpaceX Dragon rocket.

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