Apr. 29 2013
As the semester winds down, students enjoy a beautiful spring campus.
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Apr. 11 2013
Alumni share their professions with students
Through the Alumni Career Externship (ACE) Program, selected freshmen, sophomores and juniors shadowed alumni like Matt Seiden (standing), president and CEO of Seiden Advertising in New York, at their places of business over spring break. This experience gave students a glimpse into particular careers and helped them form a network of contacts.
Apr. 9 2013
The importance of giving back
Clinton Global Initiative University participants joined Chelsea Clinton and others at a service project at the Gateway STEM High School in St. Louis, a magnet school focusing on science, technology, engineering and math. Taking time to give back to the community, volunteers planted vegetables and flowers, painted classrooms and performed other work to spruce up the school.
Apr. 8 2013
Comedian Stephen Colbert and former President Bill Clinton led “a rousing, entertaining and deeply inspirational session” to close the sixth annual Clinton Global Initiative University, held at Washington University. Engaging the passions of the next generation of leaders throughout the weekend, this initiative gathered 200 Washington U. and 1,000 other college students with thought leaders to develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges.
Apr. 5 2013
Welcome CGI U students
Washington University is excited to host visiting students on our campus for the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative University. Like these students, the university has a commitment to public service and global leadership.
Apr. 4 2013
A positive impact
In advance of the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative University, architecture students and faculty from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts led dozens of volunteers in constructing new planters for the horticulture program at Gateway STEM High School.
Apr. 1 2013
CGI U prompts personal commitments
People around campus have been considering their personal commitments to action in advance of the Clinton Global Initiative University. Nearly 1,200 CGI U attendees will gather on campus this week to develop innovative solutions to global challenges in education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation and public health.