Larry Marshall, BS ’22

Shaping futures through the Prison Education Project at University College When we first met Larry Marshall, BS ’22, he spoke at his commencement ceremony from inside the walls of Missouri Eastern Correctional Center in Pacific, Mo. In his speech, he said, “We are told that we are our mistakes. … But being part of WashU […]

Jennifer Dionne, BS ’03, BS ’03

At the age of eight, Jennifer Dionne planned to pursue a career in the paranormal. An avid fan of the X-files, she aspired to be an investigator—an Agent Scully—uncovering clues and unpacking supernatural mysteries. Raised as an only child in Rhode Island, Jen had great freedom to indulge her inquisitive inclinations. Her mother, a nurse, […]

Sheilly Moreno, AB ’21, MA ’22

When she first arrived on campus, Sheilly Moreno thought she wanted to pursue premed, but WashU helped her explore multiple academic interests that took her all over the world. During her four years as an undergraduate, Sheilly studied in four countries: China, Japan, South Korea, and Spain. In the spring of 2021, she earned bachelor’s […]