Academic pipeline programs are a critical part of our blueprint for diversity. Through these programs, WashU is supporting and preparing students from a variety of backgrounds to enter leadership positions within research and higher education.
Each year, we come together to explore critical issues facing our community. We confront questions that challenge each of us to do better and be better.
To develop the most diverse pool of scholars and leaders of tomorrow, we are committed to creating possibilities for budding researchers, leaders, and innovators through scholarship and fellowships.
The WashU Equity and Inclusion Council (WUEIC) provides institutionalized and structured communication, accountability, and alignment opportunities for university stakeholders working on equity and inclusion. The council is made up of WashU students, faculty and staff.