Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) is among the world’s leaders in teaching, research, patient care and service to society, with a faculty of nearly 3,800 and a student population of more than 15,000 full-time students, divided almost equally between undergraduate and graduate students. At the graduate level, WashU’s programs in social work, public health, medicine, law, engineering, business, art, architecture, and arts and sciences are consistently ranked and highly regarded, including more than 30 programs ranked in the top 25 by US News & World Report. WashU has educated more than 135,000 alumni currently living throughout the world and has produced 24 Nobel laureates.

McKelvey School of Engineering

Pre-conference workshops will be held in our Engineering buildings located on the newly dedicated East End of campus.

The McKelvey School of Engineering focuses intellectual efforts through a new convergence paradigm and builds on strengths, particularly as applied to medicine and health, energy and environment, entrepreneurship and security. With 97 tenured/tenure-track and 33 additional full-time faculty, 1,300 undergraduate students, 1,200 graduate students and 21,000 alumni, we are working to leverage our partnerships with academic and industry partners — across disciplines and across the world — to contribute to solving the greatest global challenges of the 21st century.

Center for Aerosol Science & Engineering (CASE)

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CASE is focused on the advancement of knowledge and technology through aerosol techniques in energy, environment, materials and health. The center is composed of a collaborative group of faculty, students and affiliates within the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering and across WashU, as well as with partners at universities and corporations worldwide.

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About St. Louis

St. Louis is a national hub for important research and business development, especially in the fields of biotechnology and plant science. Today, engineers, scientists, business leaders, educators, artists and other innovative and creative professionals here are working at the forefront of a multitude of fields and endeavors.

There are more free, world-class attractions in St. Louis than any place in the nation outside of Washington, D.C. Forest Park, the 1,400-acre park located between the Danforth and Medical campuses, offers space for a wide variety of activities. The historic park was the site of the 1904 World’s Fair and is still home to the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis Zoo, the Missouri History Museum and the St. Louis Science Center.

Read Trip Advisor’s List of Things To Do around Washington University in St. Louis.