The When I’m 64 course is back for Fall 2021 and helps students break down biases toward older adults and impact students’ vocational paths!
October 28, 1920-May 30, 2021 Mrs. Dorismae Hacker Friedman passed away peacefully in her home, on May 30. In fall of 2007, WashU’s Center for Aging was renamed the Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging in recognition of Harvey and Dorismae Friedman’s support of the center’s efforts to create an environment for fruitful cross-disciplinary research. […]
The 2021 Summer Research Program begins with a virtual bang as students from 13 universities convene. Read more.
Find out about the career paths of several of WashU’s employees and where they go from here.
The 2021 Friedman Lecture & Awards event is summarized.