A Power of Arts & Sciences event. This panel discussion led by Erin McGlothlin, vice dean of undergraduate affairs, will discuss how new developments including the recent announcement of a need-blind admissions policy at WashU, will impact the future of undergraduate education in Arts & Sciences.
The panelists include: Ronné Patrick Turner, vice provost of admissions & financial aid, Sara Ryu, director of academic planning, and Diana Silva José-Edwards, director of the post-baccalaureate premedical program and coordinator of STEM diversity initiatives.
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