They wrote the book

When Washington University School of Medicine students Elisabeth Askin and Nathan Moore wanted to learn more about the nation’s health care system, the majority of resources they found were narrowly focused, opinion-based publications or dense reference books.

Improving public health here and abroad

Cambodian children - photo by J. Rowley

Jennifer Rowley was a kid herself when she volunteered at a Cambodian orphanage. Every child there had lost a parent to AIDS; many were HIV positive.

Building, transforming

arch extrusion on Eads bridge

The Eads Bridge is a St. Louis jewel, a historic landmark and a wonder of open steel framing.