Undergraduate students from Washington University in St. Louis traveled to the remote Azores archipelago to study the eruptive volcanism of Sao Miguel island. In this upper-division field geology course (EPS496), students advance their skills in field data collection and interpretation at the so-called “triple junction” of the American, African and European tectonic plates. Learn more at: https://source.wustl.edu/20......
Fail Better is a video series about resilience and grit. It showcases staff, faculty and students who have failed big — sometimes in very public, humiliating ways. And yet, despite their disappointments, they have all learned vital lessons about their work and themselves.
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