2014-15 annual report - Washington University in St. Louis

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2 All of you can develop understanding of the challenges we face and create new knowledge that will enable you to help make our world better for all humankind. You are the next generation of leaders this world needs. - MARK S. WRIGHTON, CHANCELLOR Convocation address to the class of 2019

3 CONTENTS 4 Letter from the Chair and the Chancellor 6 Leading Together 12 We Are Driven 14 Driven to Heal 20 Driven to Innovate 26 Driven to Lead 32 Year in Review 36 Financial Highlights BY THE 32 25 NUMBERS Number of top 15 graduate and Nobel laureates associated with the university professional programs U.S. News & World Report, 201415 14 3,916 Rank of undergraduate Total faculty program U.S. News & World Report, 201415, National Universities Category

4 $612.6M >150 >2,300 Research support 201415 Major buildings, all campuses Total acres Several Danforth Campus buildings in Includes Danforth Campus, Medical Collegiate Gothicstyle architecture are on Campus, West Campus, North Campus, the National Register of Historic Places. South Campus, 560 Music Center, Lewis Center, and Tyson Research Center 14,693 14,503 1,737 Total employees Total enrollment, fall 2014 Class of 2018 enrollment 6,686 undergraduate; 6,196 graduate and Freshmen entering fall 2014 professional; 1,621 part-time and other

5 29,211 4,139 $6.9B Class of 2018 applications All degrees awarded Total endowment Freshmen entering fall 2014 201415 As of June 30, 2015 $207M 128,963 $2.7B Amount university provided Number of alumni Total operating revenues in undergraduate and Addresses on record July 2014 As of June 30, 2015 graduate scholarship support

6 4 | LETTER FROM THE CHAIR AND THE CHANCELLOR Craig D. Schnuck, Chair, Board of Trustees, and Mark S. Wrighton, Chancellor The 201415 academic year has been one of great achievement scholarships and fellowships, ending the year with a total of $306.8 million toward at Washington University. Having the financial resources to our minimum goal of $400 million for new recruit and retain outstanding faculty and students makes student support. these achievements possible, and today the impact of The past year also brought significant challenges Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University for our community and our university. Faculty, students, and staff have been engaged in is evident across our campuses and around the world. thoughtful, concerned discussions of the deep- In every school and discipline, we are enhancing our seated problems that emerged from the tragedy leadership in teaching and research to prepare the leaders in Ferguson, Missouri. Efforts to strengthen our local community simultaneously strengthen the of tomorrow, advance human health, inspire innovation and quality and impact of Washington University. entrepreneurship, and enhance the quality of life. Our research can be applied near and far, and our students become better prepared as future leaders. With three years to go in the campaign, much has been accomplished With leadership from the Brown School and but much remains to be done. As of June 30, 2015, we had the Institute for Public Health, we are working raised $1.95 billion toward our minimum goal of $2.2 billion, with to help address health and economic disparities unprecedented support from our alumni, friends, faculty, and staff. We among African Americans in St. Louis. We are deeply appreciate this wonderful affirmation for our university and our working to enhance educational opportunities mission of discovery, learning, and service. in St. Louis and to create new jobs through Many of the most talented graduate and undergraduate students in the innovation and entrepreneurship. We doubled world compete to attend Washington University, and making admission the size of our College Prep Program to help accessible and affordable for every qualified student is a critical goal of high-achieving local high school students with Leading Together. The campaign already has increased resources for limited financial resources prepare to succeed in

7 5 | driven college. The Gephardt Institute for Civic and in-chief and scientific director of Childrens Community Engagement received important Hospital at the University of Pittsburgh Medical support this year to develop opportunities for Center. Dr. Perlmutter previously was a faculty students to work with community partners. member at our School of Medicine for 15 years. The Civic Scholars Program has been Ralph Quatrano, PhD, concluded his tenure as particularly successful in attracting students dean of the School of Engineering & Applied with a commitment to community service. Science, where he has provided outstanding Students at Washington University also leadership since 2010. He will return to teaching work to extend the frontiers of knowledge. as the Spencer T. Olin Professor of Biology in A graduate student in Arts & Sciences and Arts & Sciences. Aaron Bobick, PhD, joined us his colleagues recently identified a previously July 1, 2015, as the new dean and the James M. unknown brain network with broad McKelvey Professor at the engineering school. involvement in the processing of human Dean Bobick is a highly regarded scientist and memory. A team of students at the Washington educator who previously was a member of the University Medical Center won top honors in faculty and founding chair of the School of the Neuro Startup Challenge, a competition Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute to commercialize promising brain-related of Technology. discoveries at the National Institutes of Health. In Arts & Sciences, Robert Wiltenburg, PhD, has And for the third consecutive year, a team of made tremendous contributions to continuing undergraduates in the School of Engineering education in his nearly 20 years as dean of & Applied Science won the Engineering World University College. He retired as dean in June Health Design Competition. and will return to teaching. Sharon Stahl, PhD, Top students are attracted by the opportunity retired as vice chancellor for students at the end to work with faculty members who combine of the academic year. She is succeeded by Lori outstanding research and scholarship with White, PhD, former vice president for student a passion for teaching. Leading Together affairs at Southern Methodist University. supports recruitment and retention of As a leading global university, Washington exceptional faculty, and the past year has University serves our community, our nation, brought important transitions in our academic and the world. The McDonnell International leadership. Scholars Academy hosted its fifth international Larry Shapiro, MD, the Spencer T. and AnnW. symposium on our campus last fall, bringing Olin Distinguished Professor, announced that together representatives from 28 partner he will conclude his deanship following more institutions and academic, corporate, and policy than 12 years as executive vice chancellor leaders to explore the role of research universities for medical affairs and dean of the School in addressing global challenges related to aging, of Medicine. Dr. Shapiro has led a period of food and water, public health, and energy and unprecedented growth and achievement at the environment. the medical school, and we are fortunate to All of these initiatives demonstrate the have recruited a distinguished physician and extraordinary impact of Leading Together. leader to succeed him. David Perlmutter, MD, We look forward to continuing to work with will join us in December from the University you to achieve our overarching goal to of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he enhance our leadership today to benefit is the Vira I. Heinz Endowed Chair of the America and the world tomorrow. Department of Pediatrics and physician- Craig D. Schnuck Mark S. Wrighton Chair, Board of Trustees Chancellor

8 6 | CAMPAIGN Leading Together: A Lasting Impact Leading Together benefits our community, our nation, and our global society. Together, we are investing in the future.

9 7 | driven As of June 30, 2015, Leading Together: In addition to supporting financial aid, The Campaign for Washington University generous donors helped the university recruit had secured $1.95 billion in gifts and and retain outstanding faculty; advance commitments toward our goal to raise a scholarly research and creative potential; and minimum of $2.2 billion by June 30, 2018. enhance the teaching, research, and living Our wonderful progress is made possible environments on our campuses. by the generosity and leadership of our Washington University is driven by a passion alumni, parents, friends, faculty, and staff. for excellence and the desire to contribute to Together, we set a number of records in the our community, our nation, and our world. past fiscal year, including 61,550 donors, Together, we have a lasting impact. 30,133 alumni donors, $329.6 million in new commitments and gifts (including bequests), and $28.1 million in support for the Annual Fund. This unprecedented support enables Washington University to discover new knowledge and expedite its application to complex problems, such as new treatments for devastating diseases, new sources of sustainable energy, the challenges of aging, and greater economic prosperity. The campaign fosters scholarship and innovations that enhance human lives. Andrew C. Taylor, Trustee Preparing the leaders of tomorrow is one Executive Chairman, Enterprise Holdings Chair, Leading Together: The Campaign for Washington University of the most important priorities of Leading Together. We ended the year with a total of $306.8 million toward a minimum goal of $400 million in new support for scholarships and fellowships. We are working to make a top-tier education accessible and affordable for every qualified undergraduate and graduate student who aspires to graduate from Washington University.

10 8 | CAMPAIGN Thomas and Jennifer Hillman Hall Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Forum Campaign Progress as of June 30, 2015: Enhancing the Quality of Life Entrepreneurship. Mrs. Hillman serves on the National Council for the Undergraduate $1.95 billion Thomas and Jennifer Hillman Hall Experience. Washington University received an 88 professorships, extraordinary commitment this year from Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Forum including 8 established Building on their legacy of strong support for in 2014-15 Thomas Hillman, AB 78, and Jennifer Miller Washington University, Maxine Clark and Bob Hillman, BFA 79, to support the expansion Fox committed $7.5 million for programs and $306.8 million for of social work, public health, and public scholarships and facilities at the Brown School. In recognition policy programs at the Brown School. fellowships of their generosity, the university renamed the In recognition of their generosity, the Brown School Policy Forum as the Maxine 40.44 percent of university named the schools new building Clark and Bob Fox Policy Institute, and a faculty and staff, or in their honor. Hillman Hall, dedicated 5,102 individuals, have physical space in Hillman Hall was named October2, 2015, will foster new and contributed $35.56 million the Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Forum. innovative ways to address critical social and public health challenges and more than Ms. Clark is a Washington University trustee More than 120,000 campaign donors doubles the Brown Schools space for teaching, and a member of the Brown School National research, and community engagement. The Council, and Mr. Fox is a founding member of Hillmans are dedicated philanthropists, civic the National Council of the Gephardt Institute leaders, and engaged alumni volunteers. Mr. for Civic and Community Engagement. The Hillman serves on the universitys Board couple also committed $540,000 to advance of Trustees and the medical school finance the initiatives of the Gephardt Institute and its committee. He and Mrs. Hillman both serve Civic Scholars Program. on the Brown School National Council, and Mr. Hillman also is a member of the National Council of the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and

11 9 | driven Richard Wilson, PhD, the Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Distinguished Professor of Medicine and professor of genetics at the McDonnell Genome Institute Elizabeth and James McDonnell Advancing Human Health James and Elizabeth McDonnell are Alumni and Friends Support in 201415: dedicated champions of medical research at the and Shaping the Future of School of Medicine, where their philanthropy $247.6 million in gifts Medicine has led to scientific discoveries in nearly every and commitments Elizabeth H. and James S. McDonnellIII pediatric discipline. Their recent commitment $28.1 million for the Annual Genome Institute Civic leaders and builds on a long tradition of support for Fund, a new record philanthropists James and Elizabeth genetics research by the McDonnell family. 61,550 donors, a new McDonnell and the JSM Charitable Trust The James S. McDonnell Department of record made a $25 million commitment to support Genetics, named for Mr. McDonnells father the pioneering research by scientists in the in 1975, was one of the first departments 30,133 alumni donors, Genome Institute at Washington University dedicated to the field in a school of medicine. a new record School of Medicine, which the university Mr. McDonnell is a longtime leader at the named in their honor. This transformative gift School of Medicine, where he is a member of will enable the universitys top-line researchers the national council and serves on the boards to establish even more ambitious goals and of the Childrens Discovery Institute and increase groundbreaking discoveries in the St. Louis Childrens Hospital. fast-paced world of genomics. The institute was established in 1993 and played a key role in the Human Genome Project, to which it ultimately contributed 25 percent of the sequence. Today it is one of only three large- scale genome centers in the United States funded by the National Institutes of Health.

12 10 | CAMPAIGN

13 11 | driven Scholarships & Professorships Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow A great education develops leaders with depth Donors also created 123 new annual of understanding and strength of character, scholarships and continued 770, for a total of committed to using their education to benefit 893 annual scholarships. The campaign ended humanity. Scholarships and fellowships help the year with a total of $306.8 million toward to make this extraordinary opportunity a minimum goal of $400 million in new accessible and affordable for every qualified support for scholarships and fellowships. student who aspires to graduate from Endowed professorships are the highest honor Washington University. the university can bestow on its faculty. Building the resources that enable These awards help the university recruit and Washington University to continue to attract retain distinguished scientists and scholars outstanding faculty and students from all who are dedicated to advancing the frontiers walks of life is essential to the strategic plans of knowledge and preparing the leaders of every school at Washington University. of tomorrow. Eight new professorships Generous donors established 45 new were established in 201415, for a total of endowed scholarships in 201415, bringing 88 professorships established during the the total number of endowed scholarships at campaign to date. the university to more than 1,200. Professorships Funded by Donors 201415 Professorship Funded by Multiple Sources Sally D. Danforth Distinguished Professorship James W. and Jean L. Davis Professorship Donor: John C. Danforth Donors: Washington University, supplemented by a commitment from an anonymous donor David P. and Carol K. Gast Professorship Donors: David P. and Carol K. Gast Professorship Funded by Other Sources David W. Mesker Professorship Rita Levi-Montalcini Distinguished University Professorship Donor: David W. Mesker* Professorships Enhanced to the Distinguished Level Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Distinguished Professorship Archer Alexander Distinguished Professorship and three in Medicine additional distinguished professorships associated with the Donors: The Trusts of Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Professorship in Medicine Donor: The Danforth Foundation Donors: The Trusts of Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Frank J. Bruno Distinguished Professorship in Social Work Deanship Funded by Donors Research Donor: Washington University Carol J. and Jonathan G. Epstein Deanship of University College David M. and Paula L. Kipnis Distinguished Professorship Donors: Carol and Jon Epstein Donors: The Kipnis Family; the Foundation for Barnes- Jewish Hospital; friends and former colleagues; and multiple departments and divisions in the School of Medicine *deceased

14 12 | Victoria J. Fraser, MD, the Adolphus Busch Professor of Medicine, and colleagues WE ARE DRIVEN.

15 13 | driven We are a community of highly motivated individuals driven by a passion for excellence and a vision of grand possibilities to extend the frontiers of knowledge, to fight disease with DNA, to explore new worlds while saving ours, to challenge the unknown, the unanswered, and the unfinished. We are scholars, creators, leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators, enriched by new knowledge and inspired by big ideas. Together, we redefine the boundaries of what is possible, go beyond expectations, beyond comfort zones, to shape the future of our university, our region, and the world. We are Washington University.

16 14 | Albert Kim, MD, PhD, assistant professor of neurological surgery at the School of Medicine, and his team identified a new vulnerability in brain tumor stem cells.This discovery may help us attack the root of some of the deadliest brain tumors, he says. DRIVEN TO HEAL

17 15 | driven HIGHEST HONORS CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCH IMPACT The National Cancer Institute In fiscal year 201415, the School Washington University researchers awarded Siteman Cancer Center of Medicine received 757 grants are working to develop and evaluate at Barnes-Jewish Hospital from the National Institutes of new treatments for river blindness and the School of Medicine Health, equaling more than and elephantiasis, two neglected exceptional, the highest rating. $356 million in funding. tropical diseases that sicken millions.

18 16 | DRIVEN TO HEAL Elaine Mardis, PhD, the Robert E. and Louise F. Dunn Distinguished Professor of Medicine DNA Is Making the Fight Against Cancer Personal Genome sequencing of tumor tissue at the School of Medicine holds the potential to revolutionize cancer therapy by crafting tailor-made vaccines that unleash cancer-fighting cells in patients immune systems.

19 17 | driven Elaine Mardis, PhD, the Robert E. and Louise molecule inhibitors. Instead, were looking F. Dunn Distinguished Professor of Medicine for a unique set of mutated proteins in a and co-director of the ElizabethH. and patients tumor that would be most likely to be James S. McDonnell III Genome Institute, is recognized by the immune system as foreign. contributing to cancer vaccine development The finding advances cancer immunotherapy, in a first-in-human clinical trial for advanced a treatment strategy that directs the immune melanoma patients. Mardis and a clinical system to seek out and destroy cancer. team led by Gerald Linette, MD, create the vaccines by sequencing the genomes of One patient treated recently with a patients melanoma tumors and samples personalized vaccine on this initial FDA IND of their healthy tissues to identify mutated (Food and Drug Administration Investigational proteins unique to the tumor cells. Then, using New Drug) trial for melanoma seems to be computer algorithms and laboratory tests, the having a response to 7 of the 12 total antigens researchers are able to predict and test which used in vaccine formulation so far, Mardis tumor-unique proteins would be most likely to says. It is early days for this patient, but we provoke a potent immune response and then are pleased with the response. include these proteins, called neoantigens, in a The study, published in the April 2015 issue vaccine. Once introduced into the patient, the of Science, is the first report of its kind. And vaccine works to waken the immune system this genomics-guided vaccine approach also and remind T cells to attack the cancer. holds hope in treating breast cancer. William E. The personalized vaccines were given to Gillanders, MD, professor of surgery, recently three patients with advanced melanoma and won FDA IND approval for a breast cancer appeared to increase the number and diversity vaccine trial, which Mardis characterizes as of cancer-fighting T cells responding to the exciting news. tumors. The trial consists of two arms testing two This is about as personalized as vaccines can distinct approaches in triple negative breast get, Mardis says. The approach we describe cancers. We have the first patient already is fundamentally different from conventional identified, and the genomics evaluation is mutation discovery, which focuses on under way for her vaccine, Mardis says. identifying mutated genes that drive cancer We hope to accrue 15 patients per arm development and can be targeted by small over the next year.

20 18 | DRIVEN TO HEAL Treating Alzheimers Disease Alzheimers disease, which is rapidly increasing in prevalence as our population ages, remains the only major cause of death in the United States for which there are no truly effective therapies, says JohnC. Morris, MD, the Harvey A. and Dorismae Hacker Friedman Distinguished Professor of Neurology and director of the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimers Disease Research Center. Morris and other researchers at the School of Medicine are working to change that. Two National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants provide $30 million over five years to support efforts by Morris and his colleagues to identify biological changes or biomarkers that can be used to detect the disease and track its progression. Promoting Productive Aging When older adults are involved in working, on-going education, volunteering with organizations, and helping their communities, research documents positive outcomes for them as well as for society. This is the foundation for the Brown Schools efforts to develop policies and programs that support active engagement in later life, also known as productive aging. We have been involved in characterizing the The school has partnered with the National University of Singapore to establish the Next Age Institute pre-symptomatic phase of Alzheimers disease, (NAI), an international collaboration to design, study, and test social innovations that address global which we believe can progress for decades while challenges, including aging populations. Its February 2015 inaugural conference in Singapore, Older Adults remaining clinically silent. Our comprehensive study in Community: Capacities and Engagement for Aging-in-Place, drew scholars from Asia, Europe, and the has now entered clinical trial with disease-modifying United States. drugs, says Morris, in the hopes of preventing or at least delaying the onset of Alzheimers dementia. Population aging is a global phenomenon. Countries are facing similar challenges and opportunities as life expectancies increase and birth rates decrease, says Nancy Morrow-Howell, PhD, the Bettie Bofinger Brown The NIH is providing an additional $26 million over Distinguished Professor of Social Policy, who serves on the NAI steering committee. five years to boost funding for the first large- scale clinical trial aimed at drugs to stop or slow Morrow-Howell is also director of the Washington University Institute for Public Healths Harvey A. Friedman Alzheimers disease. The trial, led by principal Center for Aging, a key partner in the NAI. The center organized population-aging discussions at the investigator Randall Bateman, MD, the Charles F. and McDonnell International Scholars Academys Fifth International Symposium, held in St. Louis in October 2014 Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor of Neurology, and attended by more than 300 participants from 58 organizations and institutions. is known as the DIAN-TU trial Dominantly Inherited Alzheimers Network Trial Unit.

21 19 | driven For the Sake of All Works to Improve Lives An interdisciplinary project begun in 2013 is working to address economic and health disparities experienced by African Americans in the St. Louis region. For the Sake of All continues to garner widespread community support. FOCUS St. Louis, a regional leadership organization, is partnering with the initiative to develop discussion guides and action toolkits to broadly disseminate information to the community and encourage action around the six areas of recommendation, says Jason Q. Purnell, PhD, assistant professor at the Brown School and project head. Tailored Cancer Care To help effectively diagnose tumors and guide treatment, researchers in Genomics and Pathology Services ([email protected]) are providing genomic profiling of cancer tissues to enable personalized patient care, says Jon Heusel, MD, PhD, chief medical officer at [email protected] and medical director of clinical research genomic testing at the Elizabeth H. and James S. McDonnell III Genome Institute. At GPS we do whats called tumor profiling, where we actually look at the genetic code of the cancer itself. This information not only helps diagnose a tumor more specifically, but also gives doctors clues about how aggressive a cancer will be and helps guide targeted treatment options for patients, Heusel says. Those recommendations, which resulted from an Every cancer is genetically distinct, and GPS clincial genomicists look for genes and mutations that may initial study released in May 2014, are to invest be useful in providing more effective care for patients. Findings are interpreted based on highly curated in the following areas: (1) quality early childhood databases and a careful consideration of medical evidence in the literature. Because our knowledge of development; (2) economic opportunities for low- tumor biology is changing, we are constantly updating and reevaluating our interpretations to make sure to moderate-income families; (3) coordinated school doctors and their patients receive the most up-to-date, clinically useful information, Heusel says. health and positive youth development; (4) mental- health awareness, access, treatment, and surveillance; This approach is paying dividends for cancer patients at the School of Medicine and other regional and (5) health-promoting neighborhoods; and (6) chronic national hospitals whose cancers are analyzed at GPS. and infectious disease prevention and management. More and more often, says Heusel, doctors are using this information to prescribe already approved In March 2015, Wells Fargo Advisors LLC donated targeted therapies for their patients or to enroll them into clinical trials where they can get access to even $100,000 and the Trio Foundation of St. Louis newer types of drugs. donated $10,000 to further the projects outreach to the community. Purnell says the gifts help make the case for targeted investments in our community and help bring this project to the attention of a broader audience.

22 20 | Dedric Carter, PhD, associate provost and associate vice chancellor for innovation and entrepreneurship, is a catalyst for cross-university initiatives and collaboration and bringing innovations to market. DRIVEN TO INNOVATE

23 21 | driven ENTREPRENEURIAL CITY INSPIRING INNOVATION LEADERSHIP FOR CHANGE Popular Mechanics named In February, the university launched Washington University helped St. Louis the best startup city the Quick Start License to help clear host the Rise of the Rest in America, referencing several the path for faculty and staff to tour, which spotlights startup university alumni startups and launch their own companies. entrepreneurs across America. Cortex as reasons for the honor.

24 22 | DRIVEN TO INNOVATE Esther Koh, Class of 2016, Olin Business School Real-World Experience Beyond the Classroom Through the Olin Business Schools Center for Experiential Learning (CEL), Esther Koh, a Class of 2016 finance major, works hand-in-hand with area companies on real-world, team-based consulting projects.

25 23 | driven My first CEL Practicum was during my Consulting Team (CELect) lets students work sophomore year with CHS Inc. on its with various local startups and entrepreneurs sustainability initiative. Then during the spring on early-stage business challenges in of my junior year, we worked with Anthem marketing, resource management, and strategy. on its private labor union strategy under the Student-led teams conduct field research in a Affordable Care Act, says Koh. There was chosen geographic region and business sector so much value in these programs, as you can in the Global Management Studies program, really apply what you learned in class. allowing them to engage with business leaders CEL Director Ron King, PhD, the Myron and build networks. Past locations include Northrop Professor of Accounting, concurs. Brazil, Dubai, Russia, and China. CEL programs create innovative learning Experiential learning opportunities abound opportunities for students that, when as well through the Skandalaris Center concluded, make a difference for businesses for Interdisciplinary Innovation and and nonprofit organizations. Entrepreneurship. Koh says that the practicum exposed her to Startup (W)U Pre-Orientation Program, for the importance of communication. With big instance, allows undergraduates in any major companies like Anthem and CHS Inc., if you to explore the entrepreneurial community on keep the lines of communication open, theres campus and in St. Louis through site visits and a better chance your recommendations will networking with innovative leaders. get implemented. The Summer Internship Program supports The CEL also offers other valuable experiential undergraduate student interns with stipends learning programs. and optional campus room and board for a The Taylor Community Consulting Program 10-week summer session. Students work gives students the opportunity to work with at their startup or entrepreneurial host local nonprofits through team-based learning organization Monday through Thursday and projects. Since its inception in 1991, it has participate in Skandalaris programs on Fridays engaged some 1,500 students in impacting 250 that teach them about St. Louis thriving nonprofits focused on education, community support system for entrepreneurs. development, and public health. The YouthBridge Social Enterprise and MBA students in the Olin/United Way Board Innovation Competition is a partnership Fellows program serve on a nonprofit board between Washington University and the for a year and learn skills in board governance, YouthBridge Community Foundation. The interpersonal communication, and leadership. competition promotes the development of Via a partnership with T-Rex, a downtown innovative approaches to social problems and St. Louis incubator, the CEL Entrepreneurial awards a $5,000 student cash prize.

26 24 | DRIVEN TO INNOVATE Building a Better Prosthetic Reaching successfully for a cup of coffee with an unfeeling prosthetic limb requires numerous visual clues. But a novel device created and being tested by Washington University researchers could allow amputees to feel pressure and touch through a prosthetic hand, and thus improve control. The device, an electrode developed by the lab of Daniel Moran, PhD, would stimulate nerves in the upper arm and forearm, sending sensory signals to the brain. To determine its effectiveness, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has given a $1.9 million grant to Moran, professor of biomedical engineering in the School of Engineering & Applied Science and of neurobiology, physical therapy, and neurological surgery at the School of Medicine. Alumnus Wins Nobel Prize Washington University alumnus W. E. Moerner, PhD, along with two others, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in October 2014. Moerner developed super-resolved fluorescent microscopy, which led to the development of nanoscopy. The breakthrough research enables scientists to see individual molecules within a living cell. The San Antonio native was an Alexander S. Langsdorf Engineering Fellow at Washington University. To test it, Morans team will implant the device He earned three bachelors degrees, all with honors, in 1975 in physics and in mathematics, both from composed of ultrathin flexible material, one-eighth Arts & Sciences, and in electrical engineering from the School of Engineering & Applied Science. the size of a dime and resembling a miniature wagon wheel into the forearms of anesthetized In accepting a 2013 School of Engineering Alumni Achievement Award, Moerner gave thanks for his primates. The subjects will be trained to play a Langsdorf fellowship, which allowed him to attend the university and break out and expand into so joystick-controlled videogame that will allow much more with the mentorship of his professors. researchers to gauge how well the device sends sensory cues to the brain. He went on to earn masters and doctoral degrees from Cornell University and now serves as the Harry S. Mosher Professor in Chemistry and professor, by courtesy, of applied physics at We want to determine what they can perceive Stanford University. through artificial stimulation of the nerves, Moran says. The device could ultimately impact the lives of nearly 2 million Americans, including many military veterans.

27 25 | driven Students Win World Health Design Competition For a team of four engineering undergraduate students, winning the prestigious 2014 Engineering World Health Design Competition for a transdermal patch aimed at fighting childhood diarrheal diseases served as a springboard to further develop their creation and take it to market. By outdoing finalist teams from Clemson and Cornell, the entry from Washington Universitys Engineers Without Borders chapter notched the schools third consecutive win in the competition and earned $3,000 in prize money cash used to advance their product, according to Braden Perkins, BSBME 15. Mahendra R. Gupta, PhD, dean of Olin Business School and the Geraldine J. and Robert L. Virgil Professor of Accounting and Management Olin Expands Global Reach Olin Business School expanded its already extensive global reach with the launch of two new international graduate education programs. In Mumbai, in April 2015, a group of international executives formed the inaugural cohort for the Indian Institute of Technology/Washington University Executive MBA program the worlds first to confer an EMBA degree from both an Indian and American university. Modeled after Washington Universitys highly ranked EMBA program in China, the program is being taught by faculty from IIT Bombays Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management and Olin Business School. Weve continued to update the zinc patch and The inaugural class consists of experienced executives from both Indian and multinational companies. used some of the competition funding to buy lab equipment to test the diffusion rate of zinc-oxide These students will be an important part of our robust international Executive MBA network in India, nanoparticles through a skin-like membrane, the United States, and China, says Mahendra R. Gupta, PhD, the dean of Olin Business School and the Perkins says. Also, we have created ZnDermal LLC Geraldine J. and Robert L. Virgil Professor of Accounting and Management. so that we may sell and distribute the patches. And we have established contacts in northern Haiti to Further, the business school, in collaboration with Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, created the begin distributing the patch once it is ready. accelerated, 14-month Global Master of Finance (GMF) dual degree program, which allows graduates to earn a Master of Science in Finance degree from Washington University and a Global MBA from Yonsei. Other team members are Nicole Ensz, BSBME 15; Andrew Chang, Class of 2017; and Julie Knowles, Faculty members from both universities and global industry experts are teaching in the program, with Class of 2016, both in the School of Engineering & students spending the first and final semesters at Olin Business School in St. Louis and three semesters Applied Science. in Seoul at Yonsei University, whose Global MBA program is ranked as Koreas best by The Economist. Despite Perkins and Ensz graduating, the team will continue to work on the patch and get it to market as soon as possible, Perkins says. We are looking forward to continuing our research and creating a product that can help save lives.

28 26 | After receiving an Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship, Bianca Fountain, Class of 2016, an undergraduate in Arts & Sciences, transferred to Washington University from St. Louis Community College. This scholarship has changed my life, says Fountain, and it will enable me to change the lives of others. The educational studies major hopes to teach middle school students. DRIVEN TO LEAD

29 27 | driven A PATH TO SUCCESS INCREASING OPPORTUNITY A HELPING HAND Through its KIPP Academy Over the past three years, The universitys campaign sponsorships and College Prep in the incoming class, the goal to raise $400 million for Program, the university puts university has doubled the scholarships and fellowships potential first-generation college number of students with high will help to meet the growing students on a path to college success. financial need. financial needs of students.

30 28 | DRIVEN TO LEAD Keegan Hughes, Class of 2016, Arts & Sciences Student Leaders Are Having an Impact Graduate and undergraduate students at Washington University are contributing to research and breakthroughs spanning a spectrum of disciplines and professions, even before they graduate.

31 29 | driven Keegan Hughes, a Class of 2016 Groopman studied hardy presolar minerals undergraduate student in Arts & Sciences, such as silicon carbide and graphite, which credits her parents for giving her a passion for were chemically separated from meteorites. education, and she credits her scholarship for These tiny, micron-sized grains of stardust enabling her to follow her dreams. constitute only one part in a million of the I come from a family where no one finished a meteorite. Using a high spatial resolution mass bachelors degree, Hughes says. My parents spectrometer, he then measured the isotopic really regretted not doing that, so they drilled composition of individual grains, which can into me, probably starting in kindergarten, that indicate their stellar origins. college was the next step. We can really pinpoint within the supernova Thanks to The Harvey J. Angell and Faye S. where this material came from, Groopman Angell Scholarship, Hughes has found her says. Im the first and only person to have calling English, with a specialization ever seen this piece of dust and its more in Irish literature. My scholarship has than 4 billion years old. meant everything to me, Hughes says. Kirk Hou, MD 15, PhD 15, made a discovery I am incredibly grateful. through his doctoral research that is already In 2014, she won a Summer Undergraduate raising hopes in the fight against cancer, heart Research Award to study the manuscripts of disease, and arthritis. W.B. Yeats in Ireland as an independent project Hou created a nanoparticle that effectively she developed. After graduating, she hopes to sneaks a substance into cells. This substance attend graduate school and ultimately become inhibits the development and overproduction a professor of literature. of proteins that can cause disease. After I want to mentor young students, she says. successfully testing the nanoparticle in cancer Ive definitely had professors be that role cells, cells damaged by heart disease, and mouse model for me. models with rheumatoid arthritis, Hou licensed his discovery through the universitys Office of Physicist Evan Groopman, AB 09, Technology Management. It is now the basis MA 11, PhD 15, lives with his head in the of a startup. stars. But his brand of stardust is leading to breakthroughs in down-to-earth science. My research would not have been possible without collaborators from across the Medical What we did is study stardust literally Center, Hou says. The multidisciplinary material from supernovae and red giant stars approach required to do this sort of work that formed before the solar system, he says. is unique to the environment at Washington Working with Thomas J. Bernatowicz, PhD, University. professor of physics and the late Ernst K. Zinner, PhD, research professor of physics,

32 30 | DRIVEN TO LEAD Law School Faculty Influence Decisions Around the World Ronald Levin, JD, the William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law, was elected to a three- year term on the American Bar Association House of Delegates, representing the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. Levin also recently testified before the Senate on the role of judicial review in the federal regulatory process. The American Bar Association adopted a resolution on preventing crimes against humanity, citing a model treaty drafted by the School of Laws Crimes Against Humanity Initiative, headed by Leila Nadya Sadat, JD, the Henry H. Oberschelp Professor of Law and Israel Treiman Faculty Fellow. MFA Graduate Exhibits Internationally The visually and emotionally challenging work of artist Lavar Munroe, MFA 13, is garnering national and Anheuser-Busch Hall international notice. Munroe, a Bahamas native, was invited to exhibit three large-format paintings in the 56th Venice Biennales group exhibition All the Worlds Futures, May 9 through November 22, 2015, joining Stephen Legomsky, JD, the John S. Lehmann more than 135 other artists from 53 countries. University Professor Emeritus, ended a two-year stint as chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Munroe was an exceptional student and very prolific in the studio during his two years at the Sam Fox School Immigration Services and retired from the law of Design & Visual Arts, whose Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art program is ranked 13th in the nation by U.S. school on July 1, 2015. News & World Report. After graduation, Munroe attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture with generous support from the Sam Fox School and was awarded a $25,000 Painters & Sculptors Grant for 2013 The Washington Post and other news outlets praised by the Joan Mitchell Foundation. Intellectual Privacy: Rethinking Civil Liberties in the Digital Age, a new book by Neil Richards, JD, Currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Munroe was also professor of law, who also helped draft The Hague named a Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist in Residence for September and October 2015 and was featured in Declaration on Knowledge Discovery. a recent group exhibition at the Area 919 gallery at the Nasher Museum of Art, in Durham, N.C. Hillary Sale, JD, the Walter D. Coles Professor of Law Munroes recent series of paintings and stitched works exploring the topic of 19th-century freak shows and professor of management, was appointed to a and human zoos was featured at VOLTA NY in New York City. Munroe says that his work borrows from three-year term on the 2015 National Adjudicatory the notion of life, death, and the animal. I explore, address, and re-narrate stereotypes faced by many Council, which reviews initial decisions related to impoverished people of the ghetto. My work strives to uplift the status of the disadvantaged. disciplinary and membership proceedings of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

33 31 | driven Creating Civic-Minded Students Peter Birkes experiences working with St. Louis County government through the Civic Scholars Program at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement are helping him navigate his job with New York City government. He is part of a strategic planning team working on economic development projects for small-business owners and entrepreneurs. Quantum Physicist Wins Top Early Career Honors In the spring, Kater Murch (left), PhD, assistant professor of physics in Arts & Sciences, won the Sloan Research Fellowship for his major contributions to the development of specially engineered quantum systems. He was among 126 U.S. and Canadian early-career scientists and scholars to receive it, identifying them as the next generation of scientific leaders. I pursued this job in part because I wanted to understand how the same dynamics that I was Its such an honor to be part of this great legacy of people who have been Sloan Fellows, and it helps us thinking about while working that summer in fund our research, Murch says. St. Louis County played out in a very different metropolis, says Birke, AB 13, who was an Murchs research group is focused on understanding and controlling open quantum systems. The team was economics major. able to track the trajectory of a quantum particle in quantum space, a feat that was unthinkable 20 years ago, because it was impossible to keep a quantum particle isolated. As soon as a quantum particle interacts As a Civic Scholar, Birke was one of an inaugural with the outside world, the particle loses its quantum attributes. cohort of five students who exemplified potential for civic leadership and showed commitment to While everyday objects obey the laws of classical mechanics, single particles of light or matter instead community service and civic engagement. The two- follow the strange laws of quantum physics, Murch says. We hope to develop new ways to study novel year program gave the cohort intensive leadership phases of condensed matter, prepare quantum states, and probe chemical and biological systems. training and internship opportunities. On a practical level, these circuits that we study are one of the most promising building blocks of a quantum Birke praises his Civic Scholar course work for computer, he says. But the only reason we really have these to study is because a community of hundreds broadening his approaches to civic issues. It was of research groups have worked over the last 20 years to develop this technology to build superconducting a very interdisciplinary approach to public service circuits that behave like individual quantum atoms. and civics. We learned about design thinking, how an architect would approach social issues or social problems, and what a design intervention might be. We were exposed to poetry and literature that had a strong grounding in civics, but we also read papers by political scientists, Birke says. I think it encouraged us to have pliable minds when thinking about some of these issues.

34 32 | YEAR IN REVIEW 2014 July August September Heather Corcoran, the Jane Reuter Hitzeman and The Lofts of Washington University, a new Washington University Libraries receives a $50,000 Herbert F. Hitzeman, Jr. Professor of Art and a $80 million mixed-use development, opens. It grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to nationally recognized information and graphic includes a grocery store, a 24-hour diner, and implement Hydra, a powerful open-source software designer, is appointed director of the College and student housing. The building also earns LEED system used by research institutions around the Graduate School of Art in the Sam Fox School of Platinum certification for its use of solar power, rain world to provide access to their digital content. Design & Visual Arts. gardens, and aluminum sunshades. The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum hosts Washington University finishes fifth out of more The Department of Classics begins its new doctoral Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the than 300 universities in the Learfield Sports program, which offers specializations in the history, Architectural Association, the first public museum Directors Cup. The cup honors institutions for music, performance, and philosophy of ancient exhibition of architectural drawings from educator achieving success in both mens and womens Greece and Rome. Alvin Boyarsky. The works were amassed during his sports. It is the universitys eighth consecutive year time as chairman of the Architectural Association finishing in the top five. Marcus E. Raichle, MD, the Alan A. and Edith L. School of Architecture in London. Wolff Distinguished Professor of Medicine, wins the The Brown Schools Center for Social Development 2014 Kavli Prize. Presented by the president of the Four student athletes are named Athlete of the celebrates its 20th anniversary. The center forms United States, the Kavli Prize recognizes outstanding Week by separate coaches organizations. The partnerships around the nation to conceive and test scientific research. Raichle wins for the discovery of honored students are cross-country runners Lucy social innovations. specialized networks for memory and cognition. Cheadle, BS 15, and Drew Padgett, AB 15; volleyball player Jackie Nelligan, Class of 2016, Arts & Sciences; The KIPP Victory Academy elementary school Rajendra S. Apte, MD, PhD, the Paul A. Cibis and womens soccer player Lillie Toaspern, AB 15. opens. It is the second school in St. Louis operated Distinguished Professor of Ophthalmology & by the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) college- Visual Sciences, is awarded the Presidents Young Washington University helps establish a new preparatory charter organization and sponsored by Investigator Award from the American Society consortium of U.S. universities and leading Washington University. of Retina Specialists and selected by Research to technology companies designed to promote the Prevent Blindness to receive a Sybil B. Harrington development and adoption of a new Internet Physician-Scientist Award for Macular Degeneration. architecture to increase network security, Both awards offer honorariums to help researchers accommodate growing bandwidth requirements, further investigate retinal diseases. and simplify the creation of increasingly sophisticated applications.

35 33 | driven October November December Trustee John F. McDonnell, DSc 06, MBA 14, The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts hosts Martin Israel, PhD, professor of physics, and Robert addresses the McDonnell International Scholars Women in Architecture 1974 | 2014, a three-day Binns, PhD, research professor of physics, help Academys Fifth International Symposium, titled conference to discuss gender disparities in the field launch ANITA III a balloon-borne array of antennas The Role of Research Universities in Addressing of architecture and to celebrate the 40th anniversary that listen for radio bursts made by particles from Global Challenges. For the symposium, leaders of the schools groundbreaking 1974 Women in outer space, which allow the scientists to study from universities around the world came together Architecture symposium. neutrinos. Israel and Binns are co-investigators on to discuss aging, food and water, energy and the the ANITA project, a multi-university consortium. environment, and public health. Washington University Libraries launches Modern Literature Collection: The First 50 Years, a digital Gerald Early, PhD, the Merle Kling Professor of Olin Business School announces a new minor in the exhibit to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Modern Letters, launches The Common Reader, an business of sports, made possible through support Modern Literature Collection. online journal that aims to help shape the national from Joseph S. Lacob, co-executive chairman and conversation about essential issues of our time. CEO of the NBAs Golden State Warriors and father The Association of College Unions International of Kent, AB 15. The program includes a speaker (ACIU) awards the Danforth University Center the Washington University Libraries and the Eric P. series, new courses, and an internship program. Bernard Pitts Role of the College Union Award in Newman Numismatic Education Society (EPNNES) recognition of its DUC Presents series and other announce plans to create the Newman Numismatic Internationally recognized literary critic Marjorie outstanding programming. Portal, an online research tool that will become a Perloff receives the 2014 International Humanities leading resource in the study of coins and currency. Prize from Washington University, which is Washington University, St. Louis Childrens Hospital, generously supported by Phyllis Wilson Grossman and the March of Dimes open the Prematurity The National Science Foundation includes and David Grossman. Research Center at Washington University. The Washington University in a multi-institution March of Dimes will invest $10 million over the next $20 million grant to study climate variability. The university launches The Divided City: An Urban five years in the center, which will study the causes Humanities Initiative, funded in part by a four-year of preterm birth and develop new strategies to help $650,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation. The mothers prevent it. project aims to examine the history and present-day reality of segregation.

36 34 | YEAR IN REVIEW 2015 January February March Barbara Schaal, PhD, dean of the Faculty of Arts & A new study in the journal Nature Nanotechnology Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, the Dr. Robert J. Glaser Sciences and the Mary-Dell Chilton Distinguished shows that phototherapy treatments can also Distinguished University Professor and director Professor in the Department of Biology in Arts & be used on deep-tissue tumor cells, previously of the Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Sciences, is chosen president-elect of the worlds thought unreachable. Samuel Achilefu, PhD, and his Biology at the School of Medicine, wins the King largest general scientific society, the American colleagues at the School of Medicine were able to Faisal International Prize in Medicine. The annual Association for the Advancement of Science. She show this on a mouse model with material already prize, awarded by the King Faisal Foundation in is also named to the newly formed Foundation for approved for use in cancer patients. Saudi Arabia, recognizes scientists whose research Food and Agricultural Research, a board appointed has major benefits to humanity. In the fall, he also by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The university launches the Quick Start License, a won the 2014 Dickson Prize in medicine for his tool to clear the way for faculty and staff to launch studies in gut health. The Department of Art History and Archaeology in startup companies and accelerate the pace of Arts & Sciences offers its first-ever seminar in African bringing innovations to the marketplace. Reed Dalton, a Class of 2017 student in the School arts. Open to undergraduate and graduate students, of Engineering & Applied Science, sets a national the seminar discusses art from West and Central Molly Metzger, PhD, assistant professor at the record in the mens 100-yard butterfly, completing it African cultures, and uses examples from the Saint Brown School and faculty director at the schools in 46.97 seconds. Louis Art Museum. Center for Social Development, convinces the city of St. Louis to expand housing options for Section Fifteen university students are selected to present The S. Lee Kling Center for Proton Therapy celebrates 8 renters. Her campaign included writing a policy Commitments to Action at Clinton Global Initiative its first anniversary. The center has provided more brief and testifying at a meeting of the Board of University. The commitments are service initiatives than 100 cancer patients with proton therapy, a Aldermens Housing, Urban Development, and that the students developed with help from the precise form of radiation that targets tumors while Zoning committee. Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community sparing the healthy surrounding tissue. Engagement. Four faculty members in the School of Engineering Washington University School of Medicine and & Applied Science receive the prestigious Faculty Michal Grinstein-Weiss, PhD, associate director St. Louis Childrens Hospital open the Rett Spectrum Early Career Development Award (CAREER) from of the Center for Social Development, urges U.S. Clinic, a specialty clinic for children with Rett the National Science Foundation. The honored senators on the Special Committee on Aging to Syndrome, a severely disabling disorder that almost faculty are John D. Fortner, PhD, the I-CARES create long-term asset-building policies and to use exclusively affects females. Career Development Assistant Professor of energy, such golden moments as tax time to encourage environmental & chemical engineering; Amit Pathak, Americans to save. PhD, assistant professor of mechanical engineering; Yasu Furukawa, PhD, assistant professor of computer science; and Fuzhong Zhang, PhD, assistant professor of energy, environmental & chemical engineering.

37 35 | driven April May June University Colleges Lifelong Learning Institute Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns addresses Shriners Hospitals for ChildrenSt. Louis opens on celebrates its 20th anniversary. The institute the Class of 2015 at Washington Universitys the Washington University Medical Campus. The offers seniors aged 55 and older in-depth learning 154th Commencement. hospital, which primarily cares for children with experiences in literature, science, philosophy, history, orthopedic and neuromusculoskeletal conditions, and other subjects. Lamar Pierce, PhD, associate professor of has been partnering with the university since the organization and strategy in the Olin Business 1920s. The move will enhance clinical care and Noted Los Angelesbased art collector Peter Norton School, in conjunction with consumer insights research collaboration. donates more than 50 works of art to the Mildred company CivicScience, helps conduct one of Lane Kemper Art Museum, expanding its collection the largest-ever surveys about happiness in the The School of Law, in partnership with the American of contemporary art. United States. The study polls more than 200,000 Chamber of Commerce, hosts a delegation of more Americans about their demographics and reported than 40 judges from South America for a training A five-year, $2.3 million grant from the National levels of happiness. program in U.S. law. Institute of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health helps fund a study at the School of Washington University doubles the size of its The Brown School launches an Evaluation Center Medicine to find new ways to diagnose mental College Prep Program. The free program gives to provide client-driven evaluation services and illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, and high-achieving high school students with limited training for nonprofit organizations, funders, bipolar disorder. The work is part of the Human financial resources a taste of college life by inviting universities, and government agencies. Connectome Project. them to live on campus and attend special classes. The students also get help navigating the college NASA announces that it will send nine scientific The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts application and admission process. instruments to Jupiters moon Europa in 2020, announces that KieranTimberlake architecture and Washington Universitys William McKinnon, firm will design Anabeth and John Weil Hall. President Barack Obama appoints Timothy Ley, PhD, professor of earth and planetary sciences MD, the Lewis T. and Rosalind B. Apple Professor of in Arts& Sciences, is on the team for two of the The Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute at Medicine and nationally recognized cancer expert, to proposed instruments. Washington University School of Law organizes the the National Cancer Advisory Board, which advises first international conference on colorism on U.S. soil. the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services The conference, Global Perspectives on Colorism, Sylvia Burwell, the director of the National Cancer explores discrimination based on skin tone that can Institute of the National Institutes of Health, and the occur even among people of color. president of the United States about the nations cancer programs.

38 36 | FISCAL YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Net operating results were $199 million in 2015. Operating revenue increased by $235 million, or 9.5 percent, as all categories of revenue were greater than the prior year. The largest growth was in patient care, unendowed gifts, and other revenue. Operating expenses rose 5 percent resulting primarily from instruction, including patient care. Income from nonoperating activities declined as less favorable market conditions dampened investment performance and fewer endowed gifts were received. The 2015 undergraduate tuition rate increases were lower than the past several years but coupled with increasing undergraduate enrollment did contribute to a 9 percent rise in gross tuition and fees revenue. Continuing its long-standing tradition of working to meet the financial needs of its diverse student population, the university provided $207 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships, a 9 percent increase over 2014. Financial aid awards represented 37 percent of gross tuition income. Financial Summary Thousands of $ Revenues 2011 2012201320142015 Tuition and Fees, Net 294,014 308,398324,899339,760356,193 Endowment Spending Distribution 220,991 227,249235,697247,509266,217 Unendowed Gifts 152,147 134,471162,719155,560186,294 Grants and Contracts 576,677 548,669507,340474,614497,955 Patient/Hospital Revenues 778,286 851,286915,336992,705 1,096,609 Auxiliary Enterprises 85,247 85,53988,71992,755100,133 Other Revenue 138,249 152,295158,422169,185204,023 Total Revenues 2,245,611 2,307,9072,393,1322,472,0882,707,424 Expenses 2011 2012201320142015 Instruction 1,174,205 1,254,0871,342,7671,446,0871,537,685 Research 508,124 494,741471,609447,065457,573 Academic Support 145,286 148,736155,425161,284168,241 Student Services 66,397 68,66073,14076,07778,450 Institutional Support 107,851 115,825120,018122,968129,800 Auxiliary Enterprises 96,790 97,375100,413101,880109,598 Other Deductions 24,242 23,21124,43827,07327,536 Total Expenses 2,122,895 2,202,6352,287,8102,382,4342,508,883 Net Operating Results 122,716 105,272 105,322 89,654 198,541 Nonoperating Activities 2011 2012201320142015 Undistributed Investment820,793(185,853)403,841746,148 46,919 Gains/(Losses)* Endowed Gifts 51,012 57,82156,36683,69628,590 Other Nonoperating (4,658)(26,502)(7,916)(1,586)(3,778) Total Nonoperating Activities 867,147(154,534)452,291828,258 71,732 Total Results 989,863(49,262)557,613917,912270,273 * Net gains or losses on investments, excluding amounts used for endowment spending distribution

39 37 | driven The university received $247 million in gifts of cash, securities, origins of various childhood diseases. A number of other and gifts-in-kind during the year. In the financial statements, clinical departments at the School of Medicine furthered the unendowed gifts, reported as operating revenue, and endowed growth in research proceeds. The School of Engineering & gifts, reported as nonoperating activity, totaled $215 million. Applied Science contributed to the overall increase through The difference results from applying accounting rules that a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to affect the timing and amount of reported gifts. Of this amount, develop clean energy technologies. Patient service revenue rose $29 million were gifts to the endowment for investment by 10 percent in 2015. Multiple disciplines contributed to the and future support. The remaining gifts were available for increase at Washington Universitys Medical Center along with operations. expansion of satellite operations in South County, St. Peters, and other locations. In addition, the Washington University Research revenues rose 5 percent highlighted by a $13 million Clinical Associates group added three pediatric practices. increase in funding of the McDonnell Genome Institutes Revenues from affiliated hospitals for providing medical Pediatric Cancer Genome Project, a collaborative effort with education, direction, training, and resources for research rose St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital to understand the genetic by 12 percent. Revenues Expenses Nonoperating Activities Millions of $ Millions of $ Millions of $ $2,800 $2,600 $2,600 $1,000 $2,400 $2,400 $2,200 $2,200 $800 $2,000 $2,000 $600 $1,800 $1,800 $1,600 $1,600 $400 $1,400 $1,400 $1,200 $1,200 $200 $1,000 $1,000 $800 $800 $0 $600 $600 $400 $400 -$200 $200 $200 $0 $0 -$400 11 12 13 14 15 11 12 13 14 15 11 12 13 14 15 Tuition and Fees, Net Instruction Undistributed Investment Gains/(Losses) Endowment Spending Distribution Research Endowed Gifts Unendowed Gifts Academic Support Other Grants and Contracts Student Services Patient/Hospital Revenues Institutional Support Auxiliary Enterprises Auxiliary Enterprises Other Revenue Other Deductions

40 38 | FISCAL YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS The university remains committed to world-class education, Total Undergraduate Grants and Scholarships research, and patient care, devoting just under 80 percent of Fiscal Years 20092015 all university costs to those purposes. Instruction expenses, including patient care, grew 6 percent in 2015, while research Millions of $ expenses rose only 2 percent. Academic support, student $95 services, and institutional support rose modestly and remained constant as a percentage of total costs. $90 $85 Revenue from auxiliary enterprises rose 8 percent in 2015. The new undergraduate off-campus apartment building, $80 the Lofts of Washington University, as well as a measured $75 increase in room and board rates contributed to the growth. A rise in auxiliary operating costs was in line with the change $70 in auxiliary operating revenues. The university has partnered $65 with investors to rehabilitate historic residential buildings in $60 the areas immediately surrounding the campuses. Refurbished Scholarships from Operating Funds apartments in these buildings are available to the university $55 Donated Funds community and the general public. The results of this $50 Federal Grants activity contributed to the increase in both auxiliary revenue $45 Missouri Grants and expenses. The investment in providing students with exceptional living and dining options has led to the universitys $40 student housing being consistently ranked among the nations $35 best by numerous industry publications. $30 During 2015, progress continued on major construction projects $25 that will help maintain the universitys standard of excellence as a world-class institution. The Brown School and the Institute for $20 Public Health expanded into the newly constructed Thomas and $15 Jennifer Hillman Hall. The innovative new facility, completed in June 2015, more than doubled the Brown School footprint $10 for social work and public health teaching and research. The $5 building was designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification $0 and has met several objectives of the Living Building Challenge. Scheduled for completion in fall 2016, the Gary M. Sumers 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art fitness and recreation facility. The center will provide space for intramural sports, exercise classes, and recreation and fitness activities, and will enhance efforts to encourage the university community to develop healthy lifestyles and habits for life. The Lofts of Washington University, a student apartment and retail complex located in the Delmar Loop neighborhood of St. Louis, opened for the fall 2014 semester. Designed to be 46 percent more efficient than standard construction, it was awarded LEED Platinum certification, the highest level attainable.

41 39 | driven At the medical school, the university continues to transform Private Gifts by Source the campus through renovations and new construction. The FY15: $247.6 Million 4515 McKinley Research Building is nearing completion. The energy-efficient research facility will be dedicated to PARENTS $10.5M AGENCIES $18.3M interdisciplinary research on some of the most complex problems in human biology. The building will be home to a number of FRIENDS $32.4M departmental labs, along with conference rooms, support areas, and offices. The project will contribute to the universitys GROUPS $2.1M sustainability efforts by achieving LEED Silver certification for ALUMNI $60M energy efficiency. A newly constructed underground tunnel connects the 4515 McKinley Research Building to the new Environmental Health & Safety Processing Facility, completed in summer 2015. Continuing its commitment to comprehensive pediatric care, the School of Medicine, in cooperation with FOUNDATIONS $98.7M St. Louis Childrens Hospital, has opened a new pediatric CORPORATIONS $25.6M medical center in St. Louis County. The 141,000-square-foot building includes medical office space for pediatric and surgical subspecialists, as well as areas designated for outpatient surgery, therapy, and lab and imaging services. The Specialty Care Center opened in June 2015. Total Giving to Washington University: Historical Results Fiscal Years 19852015 Danforth Foundation Grants of $30 million or more Bequests Millions of $ All other gifts $250 $200 $150 $100 $50 $0 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15

42 40 | FISCAL YEAR 2015 ENDOWMENT Endowment Millions of $ $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 $4,000 $3,000 2014 2012 2013 2015 2011 $2,000 $1,000 $0 Washington Universitys endowment supports the core and strong outperformance relative to the policy portfolio university missions of teaching, research, and patient care. benchmark. While a combination of continued improving Generous supporters have contributed endowments for economic conditions in the United States and in the Eurozone student scholarships, professorships, research, libraries, created an environment that was supportive of risk assets in academic centers, and capital projects. In addition, unrestricted both regions, U.S. dollar strengthening resulted in negative endowments provide income to supplement tuition, grants, results for international assets in U.S. dollar terms. Natural patient revenue, and gifts in the general operating budget. resource-related investments were significantly impacted by the dislocation in the energy markets, while private equity and Washington Universitys Board of Trustees has delegated venture capital funds exhibited strong performance. In terms oversight for endowment investment policy to the Washington of relative performance, the endowment exceeded the policy University Investment Management Company (WUIMC) Board benchmark return by 3.3 percent, or 330 basis points. This of Directors. Operating as a division within the legal framework excess performance was primarily due to strong performance of the university, WUIMC is led by the chief investment officer, within most of the endowments individual asset class who is assisted by a professional staff and is responsible for programs relative to their respective benchmarks. the implementation of investment strategy, selection, and termination of investment managers, and all other day-to- Expressed in dollars, growth in the endowment resulted from day investment responsibilities. The WUIMC Board also is total investment gains of $283 million, endowment gifts of responsible for the endowment spending policy and the $40 million, and net transfers of $113 million. These were offset establishment of the annual spending rate. by approximately $266 million in spending. As a result, the market value of the endowment increased by $170 million to The endowment returned 4.4 percent for the fiscal year 2015, $6.9 billion at June 30, 2015. reflecting a juxtaposition of weak global market returns

43 41 | driven Asset Class Allocation ALLOCATION ASSET CLASS As shown in the table on the left, the endowment is diversified 31% DEVELOPED MARKET EQUITY among seven broad asset classes. The endowments asset 10% EMERGING MARKET EQUITY allocation, which is the percent exposure to each asset class, is 2% PUBLIC REAL ASSETS shown as of June 30, 2015. The endowment continued to have 16% PRIVATE EQUITY significant exposure to equities and other equity-like assets at year-end, consistent with its long-term nature. 7% PRIVATE REAL ASSETS 25% HEDGED STRATEGIES 9% FIXED INCOME AND CASH 100% TOTAL Annualized Endowment Returns for periods ending June 30, 2015 The tables below show the endowments longer-term performance as well as the return for the most recent fiscal year. Over the three years ending June 30, 2015, the endowment earned an annualized return of 10.4 percent, while performance over the trailing five-year period was nearly the same at an annualized 10.5 percent. The table also shows that returns exceeded the endowments policy benchmark for all of these periods. Pooled Endowment Policy Benchmark Excess Performance 4.4% 1.1% 3.3% ONE YEAR ONE YEAR ONE YEAR THREE YEARS THREE YEARS THREE YEARS 10.4% 9.0% 1.4% 10.5% 10.0% 0.5% FIVE YEARS FIVE YEARS FIVE YEARS

44 42 | BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 Trustees Eugene S. Kahn Former CEO, Claires Stores; Ann Rubenstein Tisch, LA76 Founder and President, The Young Representatives of the Chair Former Chairman and CEO, Womens Leadership Network Alumni Craig D. Schnuck The May Department Stores Company New York, New York Board of Governors Chairman Emeritus, Jeffrey C. Gentsch, GB86 * Jerald L. Kent, BU78, GB79 Eric B. Upin, LA83 Schnuck Markets, Inc. Chair, Alumni Board of Governors President and CEO, Cequel III, LLC Chief Investment Officer and Vice Chair Managing Director, Iqbal Singh Brainch, LA96 * Mary Ann Lazarus, GA78 1 Stephen F. Brauer Resident Fellow, Makena Capital Management, LLC Executive Vice Chair, Chairman, Hunter Engineering American Institute of Architects San Francisco, California Alumni Board of Governors Vice Chair Steven F. Leer, GB77 Mary Ann Van Lokeren, LA69, EMBA88 David W. Kemper Retired Chairman, Retired Chairman and CEO, Chairman and CEO, Arch Coal, Incorporated Krey Distributing Company Officers of the University Commerce Bancshares, Inc. Steven H. Lipstein * Boca Grande, Florida Administration President and CEO, BJC HealthCare Shinichiro Watari, LA72, GA76 Mark S. Wrighton John D. Beuerlein, GB77 Sanford C. Loewentheil, LA76 Chairman, Cornes & Co. Ltd. Chancellor General Partner, Edward Jones Chairman and Co-Founder, Hong Kong Holden Thorp Todd M. Bluedorn PA L+M Development Partners, Inc. William P. Wiesmann Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Chairman and CEO, Larchmont, New York President, CEO and Founder, for Academic Affairs Lennox International William J. Marshall, BU70, GB73, GR77 BioSTAR, Inc. David T. Blasingame, LA69, GB71 Richardson, Texas President, Gaithersburg, Maryland Executive Vice Chancellor for Gregory H. Boyce NISA Investment Advisors, LLC Joyce F. Wood, BU76, GB77 Alumni and Development Programs Chairman and CEO, Peabody Energy Richard P. Mattione, EN77 Owner, J. Wood & Associates, LLC Michael R. Cannon, LA73 Andrew M. Bursky, LA78, EN78, SI78 Retired Partner, GMO LLC Mark S. Wrighton * Executive Vice Chancellor and General CEO, Atlas Holdings, LLC Sudbury, Massachusetts Chancellor, Counsel Greenwich, Connecticut John F. McDonnell, SI06, GB14 Washington University in St. Louis Larry J. Shapiro, MD, LA68, MD71 Howard N. Cayne, LW79 Retired Chairman of the Board, Executive Vice Chancellor for Partner, Arnold & Porter, LLP Medical Affairs and Dean of the Washington, D.C. McDonnell Douglas Corporation W. Patrick McGinnis, GB72 Emeritus Trustees School of Medicine Maxine Clark John W. Bachmann President and CEO, Henry S. Webber Founder, Build-A-Bear Workshop Nestl Purina PetCare Company Clarence C. Barksdale Executive Vice Chancellor for David P. Conner, LA74 Dennis A. Muilenburg George P. Bauer, EN53, SI59 Administration Retired CEO and Director, Vice Chairman, President and COO, John H. Biggs, GR83, GR11 John A. Berg Oversea-Chinese Banking The Boeing Company Floyd E. Bloom, MD60 Vice Chancellor for Admissions Corporation Limited Ralph J. Nagel, AR67, GA69 Jerome F. Brasch, EN44, SI47 Legail Poole Chandler 5 Singapore President, Top Rock LLC B. A. Bridgewater, Jr. Vice Chancellor for Human Resources Corinna Cotsen, SI83, GA83 Denver, Colorado Andrew B. Craig III Barbara A. Feiner, GB83 Owner, Edifice Complex Andrew E. Newman David C. Farrell Vice Chancellor for Finance Santa Monica, California Chairman, Hackett Security, Inc. Jill D. Friedman, EMBA99 Richard F. Ford George W. Couch III Steven Cash Nickerson, LW85, GB93 2 Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs President, Couch Distributing Co., Inc. James H. Hance, Jr., GB68 President and CFO, PDS Tech, Inc. Earle H. Harbison, Jr., LA48 Lorraine A. Goffe-Rush 6 Watsonville, California Irving, Texas Vice Chancellor for Human Resources John F. Dains, BU68 Shi Hui Huang, HS59 James V. ODonnell, GB74, BU74 John L. Gohsman, Jr. CEO Emeritus, Wilfred R. Konneker, GR50 President and CEO, Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Helm Financial Corporation Bush ODonnell & Company, Inc. Charles Lipton Officer San Francisco, California John Peters MacCarthy George Paz Jennifer K. Lodge William H. Danforth Chairman and CEO, Richard J. Mahoney Vice Chancellor for Research Chancellor Emeritus, Express Scripts Holding Co. Walter L. Metcalfe, Jr., LA60 Washington University in St. Louis Pamela S. Lokken Michael Powell PA William B. Neaves Vice Chancellor for Government Arnold W. Donald, EN77 General Partner, Sofinnova Ventures Philip Needleman and Community Relations President and CEO, Menlo Park, California Mary Dell Pritzlaff 4 Sharon M. Stahl Carnival Corporation & plc Scott Rudolph PA Alvin J. Siteman Vice Chancellor for Students John P. Dubinsky, LA65, GB67 CEO, President and CEO, William K. Y. Tao, SI50 James V. Wertsch Piping Rock Health Products, LLC Jack C. Taylor, BU44 Vice Chancellor for International Westmoreland Associates Ronkonkoma, New York H. Edwin Trusheim Affairs Sam Fox, BU51 Rakesh Sachdev Former U.S. Ambassador to the Robert L. Virgil, GB60, GB67 Amy B. Kweskin President and CEO, Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance Kingdom of Belgium; Founder, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation John K. Wallace, Jr., GB62 Retired Chairman and CEO, Harbour and Treasurer Harry J. Seigle, LA68 William H. Webster, LW49 Group, Ltd. Kimberly G. Walker, GR82 Principal, The Elgin Company John D. Weil Chief Investment Officer, Robert W. Frick, EN60, GB62 Chicago, Illinois Raymond H. Wittcoff Independent Investor and Board Washington University Investment Robert J. Skandalaris 3 Roma Broida Wittcoff, BU45 Management Company Member; Former Vice Chairman of the Chairman, Quantum Ventures of Howard L. Wood, BU61 Jeffrey G. Trzeciak Board of Directors, Bank of America Michigan, LLC Arnold B. Zetcher, BU62 University Librarian Corporation Auburn Hills, Michigan Ida H. Early Lafayette, California Diane M. Sullivan Secretary to the Board of Trustees David V. Habif, Jr. Chairman, President and CEO, Caleres Retired Director, Teaneck Radiology Center Gary M. Sumers, LA75 Naples, Florida Senior Managing Director and COO, Retired, Blackstone Real Estate Robert E. Hernreich, LA67, GB67 New York, New York Professional Sports Owner, Retired Paris, France Andrew C. Taylor Chairman, Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Priscilla L. Hill-Ardoin, EMBA88 Retired Senior Vice President Barbara Schaps Thomas, LA76 for Regulatory Compliance Retired Senior Vice President and and Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Financial Officer, HBO Sports AT&T Services, Inc. New York, New York San Antonio, Texas Jack E. Thomas Thomas J. Hillman, LA78 Chairman and CEO, Founder and Managing Partner, Coin Acceptors, Inc. Lawrence E. Thomas, BU77 1 Term Expired December 5, 2014 FTL Capital LLC Partner, Edward Jones 2 Term Began December 5, 2014 Louis G. Hutt, Jr., BU76 3 Resigned July 9, 2014 Managing Member, Ronald L. Thompson Retired Chairman of the Board and 4 Deceased July 18, 2015 The Hutt Company, LLC Effective February 1, 2015 5 Columbia, Maryland CEO, Midwest Stamping Company Holland, Ohio 6 Resigned February 13, 2015 * Ex officio Trustee PA Parent of Washington University student during 201415

45 43 | driven NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCILS July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 Arts & Sciences Wilfred R. Konneker, GR50 T Retired President, Mark S. Weil, LA61 E. Desmond Lee Professor Emeritus, Norman J. Tice, BU57 Retired Executive Vice President/ Barbara Eagleton F Founder and President, National Council Konneker Development Corporation Washington University in St. Louis President NationsBank Womens Democratic Forum Chair Andrea H. Kott, LA86 Darrell Lane Williams, GR86, GR91 Paul N. Tice, BU90, LW94 John D. Ezell, FA54 Barbara Schaps Thomas, LA76 T Partner, Lowis and Gellen LLP Senior Consultant, Charles River President and Principal, Tice Asset Professor of Design, Retired Senior Vice President and Kenneth W. Kousky, LA76 Associates Management; Chief Investment University of Missouri-Kansas City CFO, HBO Sports President and CEO, 1p3, Inc. Kiki Wilson, LA74 Officer, Argos Partners LLC; Vice Dexter M. Fedor, BU79, FA79 Robert C. Adler, LA72, DE76 Michael Kumar, LA89 Executive Producer, Robert Shaw-Man President and Treasurer, Consolidated Chief Marketing Officer, Proprietor, Deutsch Vineyard Managing Director, Morgan Stanley of Many Voices Financial Management Creative Recreation Robert A. Ansehl, LA76 Sanford C. Loewentheil, LA76 T David A. Winston, LA74 Susan O. Warshaw, SW79 Alison Ferring F Partner, White and Williams LLP Chairman and Co-Founder, Chairman, President and Treasurer, Psychotherapist, Self-Employed Artist & Community Volunteer John H. Biggs, GR83, GR11 T L+M Development Partners, Inc. J&M Foundation Roma B. Wittcoff, BU45 F Margaret Fleener, FA55 Executive-In-Residence, Stern School Carolyn Werner Losos, LA54 Eugene Zeffren, LA63 Bernarda Wong, SW68 Community Volunteer of Business, New York University; Senior Consultant, FOCUS, St. Louis; Consultant, EZ Advisors; Retired President and CEO, Julie Ann Foyer PA Former Chairman and CEO, TIAA- Executive Director, Lewis & Clark Senior Vice President, Brand Chinese-American Service League Community Volunteer CREF Foundation Development, Unilever Home & Douglas B. Woodruff F Roxanne H. Frank F Gordon S. Black, LA64 Kenneth D. Makovsky, LA62, LW65 Personal Care President and CEO, Community Volunteer Retired Chairman and CEO, Founder, President and CEO, Partnership for Downtown St. Louis Ann Fertig Freedman, FA71 Harris Interactive Jay T. Youngdahl F Kate Bloch, LA83, GR83 Makovsky & Company Inc. Mark E. Mason, LA51 Brown School Partner and Co-founder, Chimborazo President, FreedmanArt Michael H. Freund F Professor, University of California, Vice-Chairman, Oxford Development National Council Publishing, Inc.; Partner, Consultant, Director of University Special Hastings School of Law Company Chair and Founder; Youngdahl & Citti, P.C.; Development Projects, Joanne L. Bober, LA74 Bill Morris, MD, EMBA89 Eugene S. Kahn F T Columnist, East Bay Express Washington University in St. Louis Retired Executive Vice President, President and CEO, Former CEO, Claires Stores, Former Alice R. Goodman F General Counsel and Secretary, Chairman and CEO, The May J.C. Penney Company Inc. St. Louis Oncology Associates Inc. Michael N. Newmark, LA60, LW62 Department Stores Company Sam Fox School of Community Volunteer Ronald K. Greenberg F Morris C. Brown, LA67, LW70 Partner, Bryan Cave LLP Carol Ann Barnickol F Design & Visual Arts Owner, The Greenberg Gallery Partner, Berger Singerman, LLP Paul E. Pariser, LA76 Zachary M. Boyers, PMBA01 National Council Karl A. Grice, LA74, GA76, SW76 Barbara Bryant, LA68 Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Chairman and CEO, Chair Principal/Owner, Grice Group President, BF Publications LLC Taconic Investment Partners LLC US Bancorp Community Development Architects John D. Weil F T and Retired Elementary Teacher William B. Pollard III, LA70 Corporation Marcia J. Hart F President, Clayton John Michael Clear, LA71 Partner, Duane Morris LLP B.A. Bridgewater Jr. F T Management Company Community Volunteer Partner, Bryan Cave LLP Ronald M. Rettner, LA72 Retired Chairman, President and CEO, Thomas M. Hotaling, GA77 Chair-Architecture Howard E. Cohen, LA68 President, Rettner Management Brown Shoe Company, Inc. Principal/Architect, Sub-Committee Chairman of the Board, Corporation; Managing Partner, Baron Cynthia J. Brinkley F Ann Beha Architects, Inc. Beacon Communities, LLC Executive Vice President, International John R. Reeve, LA73, GA75 Associates LLC President, TCP, Inc. Ralph H. Jackson Jr., AR59 Georgia Van Cleve Colwell, LA51 Richard S. Rosenthal, LA55 Operations and Business Integrations, Past President, Flad & Associates, Inc. Community Volunteer Centene Corporation Co-Chairs-Art Sub-Committee President, Rosenthal Associates, Inc. Erik J. Kocher, GA87 Carol J. Epstein, UC08, GR08 Maxine K. Clark F T Bunny Burson, GF05 Thomas K. Ryan, GR76 Artist Principal/Owner, Community Volunteer, Animal Welfare Retired Vice President, Founder, Build-A-Bear Workshop Hastings & Chivetta Architects, Inc. Advocate, Continuing Education Goldman Sachs & Company Betsy Douglass, SW72, GR72 Thomas Saylak F Founder, Teewinot Holdings Helen Kornblum, LA59, SW61 Spokesperson/Promoter Michael S. Salem, MD, LA82 Psychotherapist (Private Practice) Psychotherapist Jon H. Feltheimer, LA72 PA President and CEO, Carol Duhme F Chair-Kemper Museum Sub-Committee Kenneth S. Kranzberg F CEO, Lionsgate Entertainment National Jewish Health Marc R. Freedman F Chairman, TricorBraun Corporation Michael D. Salzberg, LA65 Founder & CEO,Encore.org Anabeth Cadwell Weil F Clayton Management Company Jay Krueger, LA78, FA78 Steven L. Fradkin, LA84 President, Salco Mechanical Gabriel E. Gore F Senior Conservator Modern President, Wealth Management, Contractors Partner, Dowd Bennett LLP Stephen N. Abend, AR62 Paintings, National Gallery of Art Northern Trust Company James M. Schwartz, LA76 Lois Guberman F Retired President, ASAI Architecture Mary Ann Lazarus, GA78 T Henrietta Freedman, LA75 President and CEO, Mast Global Retired Director of Counseling, Keith L. Alm F Resident Fellow, Retired Vice President, SEMCOR Fashions Pelham Memorial High School Retired President, American Institute of Architects Andrea J. Grant, LA71, LW74 Russell Schwartz, LA77 Jenifer Hillman, FA79 Hallmark International Kenneth Daniels Levien, LA74, GA76 PA Partner, DLA Piper Senior Vice-President for Business Founder & Principal, Images and Mary Randolph Ballinger, LA71 Owner, Representative and Project David M. Grossman, GR68, GR73 & Legal Affairs, Starz Entertainment, Ideas; Vice President Manager, Levien & Co., Inc. Retired Vice Provost, School of LLC Creative Director, SJI, Inc. Pitchfork Land and Ranch Company Ann M. Liberman F Professional Studies & Continued Matthew I. Seiden, LA78 PA Tom Hillman, LA78 T Jay S. Bauer, LA70, GA72 Community Volunteer Education, Thomas Edison State President and CEO, Founder and Managing Principal Founder, Bauer Architects College Ruth K. Lynford, AR46 The Seiden Group, Inc. FTL Capital LLC Janet S. Baum, AR66 President, Lynford Limited Earle H. Harbison Jr., LA48 T Bradley J. Siegel, LA79 Michael R. Holmes, LA79 Senior Lecturer, Washington Chairman, Harbison Corporation; University in St. Louis; Retired Carol D. Macht, AR73 President, TV One President, Rx Outreach, Inc. Senior Principal and Partner, Retired President, Monsanto Scott E. Simowitz, LA77 PA Christine Jubel Homan, BU71 Principal, Health Education & Corporation Research Associates Hord, Coplan & Macht Partner, Moskowitz Mandell Michael B. Kaufman, SW77 J. Mackey III, AR60, AR62 Narmen Fennoy Hunter, GR73 Salim & Simowitz, PA Managing Partner, KBT Partners, LLC Michael R. Berman, MD F President, CEO and Owner, Physician, County Obgyn Group, P.C. Principal, Mackey Mitchell Architects Nicholas E. Somers, LA84 PA Charles A. Lowenhaupt F John P. Margolis, LA82 Fennoy Consulting Group, Inc. Managing Partner, SV Investment Chairman and CEO, Lowenhaupt Physician, Hygeia Foundation, Inc. Gayle P.W. Jackson, GR69, GR72 Susan Sanders Block, FA76 Senior Project Architect, KAA Design Partners Global Advisors; Managing Member, Group President, International Business, Gary M. Sumers, LA75 T Lowenhaupt Chasnoff LLC Owner/Designer, The Designing Block Energy Global Incorporated Barbara Bridgewater F Frances C. Martin, FA56 Senior Managing Director and COO, Marylen Mann, LA57, GR59 Artist Jay Jacobs, LA92 Retired, Blackstone Real Estate Founder of OASIS, Chairman Emeritus Community Volunteer President and Managing Director, Anthony J. Chivetta Jr., AR55 William P. McMahon, AR65 Mr. William G. Tragos, LA56 and Lifetime Director Chairman, McMahon Group, Inc. Pacific Investment Management Retired Chairman, CEO and J. Benjamin Miller F Founder, Hasting & Chivetta Company Architects, Inc. Ralph J. Nagel, AR67, GA69 T Co-Founder, TBWA Worldwide Chairman, Benjamin Financial Diane DeMell Jacobsen, GR95, GR00, Theodore C. Christner, AR57 President, Top Rock LLC Judith E. Tytel, LA68 Services GR03 Retired Chairman, TCP, Inc. Linda Saligman F Co-Founder and President, Michael F. Neidorff F Chairman, The Thomas H. and Diane Corinna Cotsen, SI83, GA83 T PA Interior Designer Barth & McCallig LLC Chairman, President, and CEO, DeMell Jacobsen PhD Foundation for Owner/Architect, Edifice Complex Jane Sauer, FA59, UC60 Robert L. Virgil, GB60, GB67, LW09 T CENTENE Corporation American Art David W. Detjen, LA70, LW73 Art Consultant Dean Emeritus John M. Olin School of Timothy F. Noelker F Sherman A. James, GR73 Business,Washington University in St. Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird, LLP Steve Saunders, LA72 Partner, Thompson Coburn LLP Adjunct Professor, Emory University Louis; Retired Partner, Edward Jones William O. DeWitt III F Principal/Co-Founder, Bonnie M. Orkow, SW70 Eckenhoff Saunders Architects Philip Dixon Kepler, LA87 Gregg A. Walker, LA94 Retired Writer, University of Colorado President, St. Louis Cardinals, LLC Managing Director, Innovation & Senior Vice President-Corporate Paul A. Dillinger, FA94 Platform Management, Charles Harry J. Seigle, LA68 T Development, Principal, The Elgin Company Senior Director of Global Design, Schwab & Company Sony Corporation of America; Levi Strauss Foundation Lawrence P. Klamon, LA58 Honorable Betty Sims, LA56 Comedian Retired State Senator Yvette Drury Dubinsky, GF90 Retired President and CEO, Joseph F. Wayland, LA79 Artist, Yvette Drury Dubinsky Studio PA Parent of Washington University Fuqua Enterprises Steve Spruth F student during 201415 Executive General Counsel, Senior Lecturer, Carlson School of Kate Dundes Shattan, AR77 Vice President, Ace Ltd./ACE Group Principal, Gustavson/Dundes T University Trustee Management, University of Minnesota F Friend Architects Deceased

46 44 | NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCILS July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 Louis R. Saur, AR61, AR65 Team Four Architecture Sameer Gupta, EN90, EN90 CEO, Chief Information Officer, Washington University Law Thomas E. Lowther, GR99, LW62, UC17, GR17 School of Medicine Laurie Saylak F Investor, Grand Truck Capital National Council Of Counsel, Armstrong Teasdale LLP National Council Community Volunteer Sunil G. Hirani, EN88 Chair R. Mark McCareins, LW81 PA Chair Gene J. Schnair, LA73, GB76, GA76 CEO and Co-Founder, Howard N. Cayne, LW79 T General Counsel, Metals Service Philip Needleman, GR99 T Managing Partner/Architect, trueEx LLC Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP Center Institute Former Chief Scientist, Pharmacia Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Janet M. Holloway, SI83 Guy H. Allison, LW58 Alicia S. McDonnell, LW95 & Monsanto/Searle; Former Julie M. Schnuck F Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff, Partner, The Allison Law Firm; Attorney, private practice Professor and Head, Department of Community Volunteer Monsanto Company Principal, Guy Allison Family John S. Meyer, Jr., LW84 Pharmacology, Washington University Pamela Schoenberg, LA91, FA92 Dennis M. Houston F Properties LLC Shareholder, Capes Sokol Goodman & School of Medicine; Adjunct Professor Owner, dnj Gallery Retired Executive Vice President, H. Christopher Boehning, LW94 Sarachan, PC Molecular Biology and Pharmacology, Refining & Supply Company, Partner, Paul Weiss, Rifkind Wharton Robert D. Millstone, LA85, LW88, Washington University in St. Louis; Kate Dundes Shattan, AR77 Former Interim President of the Principal, Gustavson/Dundes ExxonMobil Corporation & Garrison, LLP EMBA02 Donald A. Jubel, EN73 President, The Millstone Company Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Architects Alan B. Bornstein, LW81 President and CEO, and Former Interim President of the Jerome J. Sincoff, AR56 Partner, Dentons LLP Sandra M. Moore, LA76, LW79 Spartan Light Metal Products Inc. St. Louis Science Center Retired President and Mel F. Brown, LA57, LW61 President, Urban Strategies, Inc. Dennis L. Kessler, EN60, SI64 Floyd E. Bloom, MD, MD60, GR68 T CEO, HOK Chairman, Triad Bank Corporation; Sanford S. Neuman, BU56, LW59 President and Founder, Midwest Emeritus Professor, Molecular Vicki Match Suna, LA80, GA82 PA Principal, Fromel Consulting Senior Partner, Polsinelli PC Family Business Advisors & Integrative Neurosciences Senior Vice President and Vice Nordahl L. Brue, LW70 Steven Cash Nickerson, LW85, GB93 T Department, The Scripps Research Dean for Real Estate Development, Milind S. Kulkarni, SI96, PMBA08 Chairman, Franklin Foods Inc.; President and CFO, PDS Tech, Inc. Institute New York University Vice President of Polysilicon PKC Corporation; and Vice-Chair, Judy Okenfuss, LA84, EN84, LW91 PA Expansions and Chief Technical Robert G. Clark F Kenneth E. Taylor, AR62, AR63 Green Mountain Power Partner, Ice Miller, LLP Officer, Solar Materials Chairman and CEO, Clayco, Inc. Principal and CEO, Charles W. Burson F James L. Palenchar, LW75 SunEdison, Incorporated David P. Conner, LA74 T Taylor & Partners, Inc. Retired Senior Professor of Practice, Founding Partner, Bartlit Beck Peter G. Leemputte, EN79 Retired Chief Executive Office and Andrew J. Trivers, GA73 Washington University in St. Louis Herman Palenchar & Scott CFO and Treasurer, Director, Overseas-Chinese Banking President, Trivers Associates Curt E. Burwell, LW95 Honorable Catherine D. Perry, LW80 Corporation Limited Paula Varsalona, FA71 Keurig Green Mountain Principal and General Counsel, Chief Judge, United States District Mark J. Levin, EN73, SI74 Peter B. Corr, MD, GM F Owner, Designer, & Manufacturer, Burwell Investments LP Court, Eastern District of Missouri Partner, Third Rock Ventures Co-Founder and Managing Paula Varsalona, Ltd. Dale L. Cammon, LW75 Maury B. Poscover, LW69 Partner, Auven Therapeutics Cynthia Weese, AR62, AR65 Christine H. Lorenz, EN86 Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP Vice President Collaborations, George W. Couch III F T Principal, Weese Langley Weese Officer, Bryant Group, Inc. Robert L. Proost, LW62 North America, Siemens Medical President, Couch Distributing David Warner Whiteman, GA74 Joseph E. Cordell, GL08 Retired CFO, Co., Inc. Retired Executive Director, Skinker Solutions USA Co-Founder, CEO, and Executive A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. Richard P. Mattione, EN77 T Andrew B. Craig III F T DeBaliviere Community Council Partner, Cordell & Cordell, PC Andrew F. Puzder, LW78 PA Retired Partner, GMO LLC Managing Director, Gary Wolff F Floyd E. Crowder, LW57, LA55 CEO, CKE Restaurants RiverVest Venture Partners President, Wolff Shoe John F. McDonnell, SI06, GB14 T Chairman, Crowder & Scoggins, Ltd. Steven N. Rappaport, LW74 Retired Chairman of the Board, Joann L. Data, MD, PhD, MD70 Manufacturing Company Brian C. Cunningham, EN65, LW70 Partner, RZ Capital LLC; Medical and Regulatory Drug Mark H. Zorensky F McDonnell Douglas Corporation Retired Senior Counsel/Co-Head Partner, Lehigh Court, LLC; Development Consultant President, Hycel Properties Company Brenda D. Newberry F of Life Science Practice, Morrison & Partner, Backstage, LLC CEO, Nesher, LLC Joseph M. Davie, MD, MD68 Title Foerster LLP Leo M. Romero, LW68 Retired Senior Vice President- Anthony J. Nocciero, EN73 Mark S. Davis, LW74 Dean Emeritus and Professor Research, Biogen, Inc. Advisor and Private Consultant, Partner, Davis Levin Livingston Emeritus, University of New Mexico School of Engineering Nocchiero Advisory Services Michael A. DeHaven, LW75 School of Law Robert C. Drews, MD, LA52, MD55 Professor Emeritus Clinical National Council Frederick J. Oertli, EN82, PMBA92 Senior Vice President General Richard A. Rothman, LW77 Ophthalmology & Visual Science, Chair Chairman and CEO, Counsel, BJC HealthCare Senior Trial Partner, Washington University in Stephen F. Brauer F T Guarantee Electrical Company David W. Detjen, LA70, LW73 Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP St. Louis Chairman, Hunter Engineering Anna L. Patterson, EN87, EN87 Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird LLP Susan N. Rowe, SW83, LW83 John P. Dubinsky, LA65, GB67 T Company Vice President of Engineering, Mary Gilpin Eaves, LW83 Attorney, Rowe Law Office, LLC President and CEO, Vincent J. Belusko, EN78 PA Google, Inc. Partner, Bingham Greenbaum Doll Christine A. Ryan, LW95 Westmoreland Associates Partner, Morrison & Foerster, LLP Michael D. Perlmutter, EN00, GB00 LLP Deputy Bureau Chief, New York State David C. Farrell, GR07 T John M. Berra, EN69 Enterprise Data Services Manager, Karen J. Fink F Office of the Attorney General Retired Chairman and CEO, The May Retired Chairman, Emerson Process World Wide Technology, Inc. Retired Vice President-General Robert G. Schwendinger, LW71 Department Stores Company Management Richard E. Pinckert, EN62 Counsel/Secretary, Concurrent Partner, Armstrong Teasdale, LLP Daniel P. Getman, PhD F Gregory H. Boyce, F T Retired Director of Environmental Computer Corporation Honorable Tatjana Schwendinger, LW72 Consultant, Pharmaceutical R&D Chairman and CEO, Assurance, The Boeing Company Andrea J. Grant, LW74, LA71 Supervisory Administrative Judge, Retired, Vice President Pfizer Global Peabody Energy Stanley I. Proctor Jr., EN57, SI62, SI72 Partner, DLA Piper Equal Employment Opportunity R&D, Director, St. Louis Labs Jerome F. Brasch, EN44, SI47 T Retired President, Proctor Consulting Thomas R. Green, LW58 Commission Past President, Kansas City Area Life President, Brasch Manufacturing Services Attorney, Law Offices of Thomas Steven R. Selsberg, LW86 PA Sciences Institute Company Richard A. Roloff, EN51, GL10 R. Green Managing Partner, S. Selsberg Law Jay A. Kaiser, MD, MD72 Charles A. Buescher Jr., EN59, SI61 Retired Special Assistant to the Honorable Raymond W. Gruender, Philip D. Shelton, LW72 President, California Advanced Retired Executive Vice-President, Chancellor, Washington University BU84, GB87, LW87 Past President and Executive Director, Imaging Medical Association; Continental Water Company in St. Louis Judge, United States Court of Appeals Law School Admission Council President, National Orthopedic Christopher Chivetta, EN84, GB86 David J. Rossetti, EN74 for the Eighth Circuit John Gregory St. Clair, LW90 Imaging President and CEO, Retired Vice President, University Honorable Jean C. Hamilton, LW71 Retired Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Lee C. Kling, F Hastings & Chivetta Architects, Inc. Relations and Research, Cisco Judge, U.S. District Court, Eastern Meagher & Flom LLP President, The Kling Company; Systems, Inc. District of Missouri President, Gas Appliance Service, Inc. C. Baker Cunningham, EN64 PA Kenneth F. Teasdale, LW61 Retired CEO, Stephen H. Sands, EN79, SI79 PA R.H. Helmholz F Retired Chairman, Armstrong Charles F. Knight, GR96 Belden CDT, Inc. Vice Chairman, U.S. Investment Ruth Wyatt Rosenson Distinguished Teasdale Chairman Emeritus, Emerson Banking and Global Co-Head, Service Professor of Law, University of Steven H. Lipstein F T Santanu Das, SI73, SI73 Honorable Richard B. Teitelman, LW73 HealthCare Group, Lazard Group LLC Chicago Law School President and CEO, Chairman, Data-Core Systems Judge, Supreme Court of Missouri Incorporated;Retired Founder, Gregory A. Sullivan, EN81 Gregory A. Hewett, LW94 BJC HealthCare Peter D. Van Cleve, LW86 TranSwitch Corporation CEO, Global Velocity Former Senior Managing Director, Carol B. Loeb F Partner, Bryan Cave LLP Carl J. Deutsch, EN50 Anthony J. Thompson, SI99 Blackstone Group Richard J. Mahoney, GR12 T Honorable William H. Webster, LW49 T Retired Chairman of the Board, CEO, Chairman of the Board, Kwame Jerry Hunter, LW77 Retired Chairman and CEO, Monsanto Retired Partner, Milbank Tweed Standard Machine & Building Group, Incorporated Partner, Bryan Cave LLP Company; Distinguished Executive Hadley & McCloy Manufacturing Company Susan M. Welsh, SI00 Harry J. Joe, LW75 in Residence, Murray Weidenbaum Raymond P. Wexler, LA64, LW67 Arnold W. Donald, EN77 T Chief Safety Officer, Sanofi Member, JMO Firm, PLLC Center on the Economy, Government Of Counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP President and CEO, Carnival Gary E. Wendlandt, EN72 Douglas L. Kelly, LW73 and Public Policy, Washington Kyle R. Williams, LW01 Corporation & PLC Retired Vice Chair and Chief Assistant General Counsel, Wells University in St. Louis Managing Director and Senior Gaurav Krishna Garg, EN88, EN88, SI90 Investment Officer, New York Life Fargo James S. McDonnell III F Counsel, Goldman Sachs Partner and Founder, Wing Venture Insurance Company Joseph D. Lehrer, LW73, LA70 Retired Corporate Vice President, Stephen I. Wolff, LW83, GB83 Partners Peter L. Young, EN80 President and CEO, McDonnell Douglas Corporation Principal and CEO, Michael K. Gibbons, SI91, EMBA07 CEO, Chemcentral Group HBE Corporation Walter L. Metcalfe Jr., LA60 T Wolff Properties Vice-President, F15 Programs, Ned O. Lemkemeier, LW62 Gene M. Zafft, LW52 Senior Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP The Boeing Company Senior Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP Marilyn Moffat F Kevin J. Lipson, LW80 President, World Confederation Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP for Physical Therapy

47 45 | driven Patricia M. Nagel, LW74 Former Partner, Moye White Law Firm Sandeep Preetam Chugani, EN89, GB91 Senior Partner and Managing Director, Steven F. Leer, GB77 T Retired Chairman, Arch Coal, Gephardt Institute University Libraries National Founder and President of DG! LLP Boston Consulting Group Incorporated National Council Council William B. Neaves F T Andrew B. Craig III F T Robert E. Lefton, GR58, LA53 Chair Chair President Emeritus, Stowers Institute Retired Special Limited Partner, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Robert L. Virgil, GB60, GB67, LW09 T Jack E. Thomas T F for Medical Research RiverVest Venture Partners Psychological Associates Dean Emeritus, Olin Business School Chairman and CEO, Coin Acceptors, Andrew E. Newman F T John F. Danahy, EMBA85 Lewis A. Levey, GB67 Washington University in St. Louis Inc. Chairman, Hackett Security, Inc. Retired Chairman and Chief Operating Chairman, Valerie D. Bell F Louis P. Atkin F PA Roger M. Perlmutter, MD, MD79, GR79 Officer, May Merchandising Company Enhanced Value Strategies, Inc. Attorney and Public Policy Consultant CEO, Genesee Scrap and Tin Baling Executive Vice President, Merck Catherine M. Dondzila, BU83 Lin-Kuei Jackson Ling, EMBA04 PA Bunny Burson, GF05 Anne H. Bader, TI92 Research Laboratories, Merck & Chief Accounting Officer and Senior Chairman, Community Volunteer Retired IT Professional Company, Inc. Vice President, Ocwen Financial Corp. Enhance Holding Corporation Jeanne McDonnell Champer, HA97 N. Bernard Basch, BU56, GB62 Gordon W. Philpott, MD, MD61, HS C. Donald Dorsey, BU64 W. Stephen Maritz F Community Volunteer President, Basch Subscriptions Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Retired Executive Vice President, Chairman and Chief Executive Steven N. Cousins F and Prenax US Washington University in St. Louis Petsmart, Inc. Officer, Maritz, Inc. Partner, Armstrong Teasdale, LLP Randall B. Bean, LA78 PA Mary Dell Pritzlaff F T Lee Fixel, BU02 William J. Marshall, BU70, GR73, GB77 T John B. Crosby, LA69 Managing Partner, Allan H. Rappaport, MD, MD72 Partner and Co-Head, Private Equity, President, Retired Executive Director, NewVantage Partners LLC Founder, NES HealthCare Group Tiger Global Management NISA Investment Advisors, LLC American Osteopathic Association Charles R. Brown, GR78 Barbara J. Reynolds, MD, MD77 Jon E. Flaxman, GB81 Nancy J. Mattson, GB78 Donald Danforth III F Retired Educational Administrator, Vice President Medical Affairs and Senior Vice President and CFO, Managing Director and CFO, President and Co-Founder, City State of Missouri Quality, St. Joseph Hospital/CHI Printing & Personal Systems Group, Argent Group, Ltd. Academy Shirley B. Brown, GR81 Pejman Salimpour, MD, MD87 Hewlett-Packard Company Jerry McElhatton F Barbara Eagleton F Retired Educator Co-Founder, Plymouth Holdings, LLC Allen D. Fleener, GB53 Senior Advisor, Founder & President, Womens Ann D. Desloge F Kelvin R. Westbrook F Founder and General Partner, Eleven Canterbury, LLC Democratic Forum of St. Louis Community Volunteer President and CEO, KRW Advisors, Seed Capital Partners; W. Patrick McGinnis, GB72 T Joe Edwards, GL04 Julian I. Edison F LLC; Advisor Legacy Growth Partners Founding Partner, Ignite Sales President and Chief Executive Officer, Owner, Blueberry Hill Retired Chairman of the Board LLC Jeffrey L. Fox, GB88 Nestle Purina PetCare Company Michael Esser F Edison Brothers Stores, Inc. William P. Wiesmann, MD, MD72, HS Chairman and CEO Harbour Group Thomas C. Melzer F Retired Partner and Principal, James L. Goldschmidt, LA73 President, CEO and Sam Fox, BU51, GL02 T Co-Founder and Managing Director, Government Relations, Edward Jones President, Graphfix Lab Founder, BioSTAR Group Former U.S. Ambassador to the RiverVest Venture Partners Robert N. Fox F David M. Grossman, GR68, GR73 Raymond H. Wittcoff F T Kingdom of Belgium; Founder and Steven B. Miller, HS91, EMBA03 Founder, Chairman and Retired University Administrator Retired President, Transurban Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Senior Vice President and Chief CEO, NewSpace, Inc. Thomas Edison State College Corporation Officer, Harbour Group, Inc. Medical Officer, Express Scripts Brian A. Gallagher F Paul M. Koulogeorge, LA88 Roma B. Wittcoff, BU45 T Donald R. Frahm, BU53 Richard S. Ritholz, BU84 President and CEO, Goddard Systems, Inc. Joyce F. Wood, BU76, GB77 T Retired Chairman, President and Senior Portfolio Manager, Head of United Way Worldwide Nancy S. Kranzberg, LA66 Owner, J. Wood & Associates, LLC CEO, Hartford Financial Services Global Commodities Trading, Elliott Honorable Richard A. Gephardt, GR05 Community Volunteer Group Management Corporation President and CEO, Gephardt Group Pamela Gallin Yablon, MD, EN74, LA74, Don G. Lents F MD78 Robert W. Frick, EN60, GB62 T Sally H. Roth, EMBA95 Benjamin Dov Goldman-Israelow, LA06 Chair of the Firm, Bryan Cave LLP Director, Pediatric Ophthalmology Independent Investor and Board Retired Upper Midwest Area President, MD/PhD Student, Mount Sinai School Susan Lerner, LA80 PA and Clinical Professor, New York Member; Former Vice Chairman of Regions Financial Corporation of Medicine Managing Director, Presbyterian Hospital; Director, the Board of Directors, William C. Rusnack F Louis G. Hutt, Jr., BU76 T Jamesbeck Global Partners, LLC Pediatric Ophthalmology/Adult Bank of America Corporation Independent Director, Board of Managing Member and CEO, Steven L. Lopata F Strabismus, Columbia Presbyterian Ronald A. Fromm F Directors, Peabody Energy Corp. The Hutt Company, LLC Writer Medical Center President and CEO, Fashion Footwear Rakesh Sachdev F T Thomas J. Irwin, UC86 Mary Ann Mavrinac F Association of New York President and CEO, Executive Director, Civic Progress Vice Provost and Dean of River Avram A. Glazer, BU82 Sigma-Aldrich Corporation Olin Business School Co-Chairman, Manchester United; Steven G. Segal, BU82 PA Rachel Jacobson, LA80 Deputy General Counsel for Campus Libraries, University of Rochester National Council Owner, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Exec-in-Residence/Lecturer, Boston Environment, Energy and Susan J. Miller, LA76 PA Co-Chair Deborah Collins Grossman, EMBA91 PA University School of Management Installations, U.S. Department of Community Volunteer and Attorney Charles F. Knight, GR96 Washington University Robert J. Skandalaris F T Defense Alumni Board of Governors Jeffrey S. Missman, GB68 Chairman Emeritus, Emerson Chairman, Quantum Ventures of Laura Zajac Kleinhandler, LA90 Retired Vice President, Commerce Sidney H. Guller, BU47 Michigan, LLC Retired Human Genetics Program Co-Chair Bancshares, Inc. Chairman of the Board and CFO, Kenneth B. Steinback, BU66 Counselor, New York University James V. ODonnell, GB74, BU74 T Essex Industries, Inc. Kathleen V. Missman F President and Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder and Chairman, CSI Leasing Medical Center Retired Economist James H. Hance Jr., GB68 T J. J. Stupp, GB83 Barbara Levy Landes, LA71 Bush ODonnell & Company, Inc. James R. Moog F Operating Executive, CFO, Exegy, Inc. CFO, Treasurer and Senior Vice Stanley A. Askren, PMBA87 The Carlyle Group Community Volunteer Chairman, President and CEO, Jack E. Thomas F T President, Corporate Services, PBS Sunny Pervil, GR74, GR89 Mark R. Harris, GB75 Chairman and CEO, Coin Acceptors, Inc. (Public Broadcasting Service) Director, HNI Corporation Professor Emeritus, Maryville Retired, ExxonMobil Corporation Lawrence E. Thomas, BU77 T Lynn Lyss, LA56 Chair Emeritus University Robert E. Hernreich, LA67, GB67 T Partner, Edward Jones Community Volunteer Clarence C. Barksdale F T Michael H. Roffer PA Professional Sports Owner, Retired Mary Ann Van Lokeren, LA69, EMBA88 T Marylen Mann, GR59, LA57 Retired Chairman, Centerre Associate Librarian and Professor, Bancorporation Priscilla L. Hill-Ardoin, EMBA88 T Retired Chairman and CEO, Founder, The Oasis Institute New York Law School Retired Senior Vice President for Krey Distributing Company Andrew W. McCune, LA86, LA86 PA George P. Bauer Jr., EN53, SI59 T John D. Schaperkotter F Regulatory Compliance and Sandra A. Van Trease, EMBA92 Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP Chairman and CEO, GPB Group, Ltd. Partner, Bryan Cave LLP Chief Privacy Officer, Group President, BJC HealthCare David O. Becker, EN89, EN89, GB89 Leroy D. Nunery II, GB79 James E. Schiele, LA52, GR85, GR11, AT&T Services, Inc. Chief Operating Officer, John K. Wallace Jr., GB62 T Founder and Principal, Plus Ultre LLC GR15 David H. Hoffmann F Retired Chairman, The Regency Group Cottingham and Butler Jack Oliver F Consultant, St. Louis Screw & Bolt Co. Founder and Chairman of the Board, F. Gilbert Bickel III, BU66 John P. Wareham, GB68 Senior Policy Advisor, Bryan Cave LLP Corey M. Shapiro, LA96 DHR International, Inc. Senior Vice President-Investments, Managing Director, Heschel J. Raskas F Senior Managing Associate, Dentons Michael R. Hogan F Wareham Consulting PIM Portfolio Manager, President Emeritus, Laura Epstein Shindler, LA68 Retired Chief Administrative Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC; James D. Weddle, GB77 Raskas Foods, Inc. Financial Consultant Officer, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation Mayor, City of Huntleigh Managing Partner and CEO, Matthew I. Seiden, LA78 PA Louis G. Hutt Jr., BU76 T Stuart Symington Jr. F Joseph M. Blomker, EMBA90 PA The Jones Financial Companies, L.L.L.P. President and CEO, Managing Member, The Hutt Retired Attorney President and CEO, Richard A. Weisberg, BU81 The Seiden Group, Inc. Company, LLC James F. Williams II F Maryville Technologies Retired Vice President/Private Client Elliot H. Stein Jr. F Jerald L. Kent, BU78, GB79 T Dean of Libraries, University of Todd M. Bluedorn T PA Services, Goldman Sachs & Company Managing Director, President and CEO, Cequel III, LLC Colorado Chairman and CEO, Roger L. Weston, GB67 Commonwealth Capital Partners LP Ward Klein F Todd C. Zubler, LA92 Lennox International Chairman, GreatBanc, Inc. Mary Stillman F Former CEO, Energizer Holdings, Inc. Partner, WilmerHale James P. Bradley, MBA83 Howard L. Wood, BU61, GL13 T Founder and President, Chairman of the Board, Edgewell CEO, Health Interactions, Inc. Co-Founder, Cequel III, LLC Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls Personal Care Company August A. Busch III, GR98 A. Greig Woodring, EMBA89 Kurt A. Summers, Jr., BU00 Joseph A. Kupke, BU77 Retired Chairman, President and CEO, Reinsurance City Treasurer, City of Chicago Entrepreneur and Advisor to Startups Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Group of America, Incorporated Anthony J. Thompson, SI99 Shelley K. Lavender, EMBA03 PA Parent of Washington University Steven A. Busch, BU99, GB00 Arnold B. Zetcher, BU62 T CEO and Chairman of the Board, President, Boeing Military Aircraft student during 201415 CEO, Krey Distributing Company Retired Chairman, President Kwame Building Group, Inc. Lori M. Lee, BU88, GB89 and CEO, Talbots T University Trustee Carl M. Casale, EMBA92 Ann Tretter F Senior Executive Vice President F Friend President and CEO, CHS, Inc. Retired Marketing and & Global Marketing Officer, Deceased Communications Consultant Home Solutions, AT&T Inc.

48 46 | NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCILS July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 Institute for Public Health Skandalaris Center for Undergraduate Experience National Research Advisory International Advisory National Council Entrepreneurship National National Council Council Council for Asia Chair Council Co-Chair Chair Council Chairman Emeritus Steven H. Lipstein F T Chair William H. Danforth, GR99, HS T Mike Powell T PA Shi Hui Huang, MD, HS59 T President and CEO, BJC HealthCare Robert J. Skandalaris F Chancellor Emeritus and Professor General Partner, Sofinnova Ventures Chairman, Chinfon Group, Mark S. Clanton F Chairman, Quantum Ventures of Medicine, Washington University Lee E. Babiss F Taipei, Taiwan Medical Director, TMF, MD, MPH, of Michigan, LLC in St. Louis Executive Vice President and Chief Council Chairman Emeritus Health Quality Institute Alan R. Bender, LA76 Co-Chair Scientific Officer, CEO, PPD Inc. Shinichiro Watari, LA72, GA76 T David P. Conner F T Partner and Co-Founder, Trilogy Ronald L. Thompson F T Andrew Chee-Yuen Chan, MD, GM86, Chairman, Cornes & Co., Ltd. Retired CEO and Director, Equity Partners Retired Chairman of the Board and MD86, HS89 PA Hong Kong and Japan Oversea-Chinese Banking F. Gilbert Bickel III, BU66 Chief Executive Officer, Midwest Senior Vice President, Research Council Chairman Corporation Limited Senior Vice President-Investments, Stamping Company Biology, Genentech, Inc. David P. Conner, LA74 PA T Nicholas V. Costrini, MD, HS77 Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Michael L. Carter, LA90 Robert T. Fraley F Retired Chief Executive Officer and Director of Gastroenterology, Maxine K. Clark F T Head Technology Investment Executive Vice President and Chief Director, Oversea-Chinese Banking Kalispell Regional Medical Center Founder, Build-A-Bear Workshop Banking, RBC Capital Markets Technology Officer, Monsanto Corporation Limited R. Chris Doerr, LA68 Corporation Company Ravinder Agarwal, PAC PA Joseph M. Davie, MD68 Retired Executive Vice President, and Retired Senior Vice President, Li Ern Chen, MD, LA99, MD03 Michael J. Giuliani, MD F Practice Leader, Chief Administrative Officer and CFO, Research, Biogen, Inc. Medical Director, Surgical Services, Vice President, Research & Nanyang Technological University Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Baylor Scott & White Development, Mallinckrodt Singapore Suren G. Dutia, EN63, LA67, SI67 Pharmaceuticals Robert A. Fruend Jr., GB94, HA94 Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation Louise Cohen F Sunanda Agarwal, PAC PA CEO, St. Louis Regional Health Retired Special Education Teacher Steve Hochberg F Singapore Commission Phillip W. Fisher F Managing Partner, Ascent Biomedical Founder, Mission Throttle, LLC Robert A. Cohen F Anup Agarwalla, BU91 Mark S. Gold, LA71 Attorney, R. A. Cohen Associates, Inc.; Ventures President & Managing Director, Retired Distinguished Professor and Donald H. Fletcher F Manager, Green Fox Capital, LLC; Janet Jackson F Retired President, Hallmark BLA Industries Pvt. Ltd. Chair of Psychiatry, University of Officer, 845 WEA Management, Inc. Vice President and Director, Basic Mumbai, India Florida North America and International, Research Group, Nestl Purina Hallmark Cards, Inc. Mary Jo Crosby, LA69 Caly Ang PA F Dolores J. Gunn F Retired Associate Director/Media PetCare Company President, Multi World Resources, Inc. Community Physician and Liason, Frank N. Franano, MD, GR94, GM94, Management Center, Northwestern Phil Kerr F MD94 Manila, Philippines Integritas Physicians Group, University Senior Director, Transformation Vic Ang PA F Southern Illinois President and CEO, Flow Forward Research, Solae, LLC Medical LLC; President and CEO, Stefany Dobken-Bergson F President, Timothy J. Henkel, MD, MD88, GM88, Metactive Medical LLC Managing Member, Wyandanch Ganesh M. Kishore F Multi World Phils. International, Inc. HS90 PA Washington Reality Managing Director, Burrill & Company; Manila, Philippines Chief Medical Officer, VenatoRx Eric R. Garen F CEO, Malaysia Life Sciences Capital Co-Founder and Vice Chairman, Kimberley A. Eberlein F Joyce Barnathan, LA75, GR76 Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mischa Buford Epps, LA91 Fund President, Learning Tree International, Inc. Eugene S. Kahn F T Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P. Randall D. Ledford F International Center for Journalists, Former CEO, Claires Stores Robert Haft PA Senior Vice President and Chief Managing Partner, Morgan Noble Kevin J. Folkl, BU96 Washington, D.C., USA Former Chairman and CEO, Manager, NISA Investment Technology Officer, Emerson Ho-Ki Byun PA F The May Department Stores Company Thomas J. Hillman LA78 T Jennifer K. Lodge, GR88 Founder and Managing Partner, Advisors, LLC President, James R. Kimmey F Laura Schweitzer Gruenthal, GR79 Associate Dean for Research, B-Won International Co., Ltd. Executive in Residence, College of FTL Capital LLC Professor of Molecular Microbiology, President, Union Graduate College Seoul, South Korea Public Health and Social Justice, Glenn House Sr. F Vice Chancellor for Research, President and Co-Founder, 2Is, Inc. Jennifer Hillman, FA79 Charles T. Chan, EN72, SI74, GB75 St. Louis University Washington University in St. Louis Retired Chairman and CEO, David F. Fareed Karandish, EN05 Shelby L. Jordan, LA74 Alaina Maci, EN98, GB02 President, Exposition Park, Asset James P. McCarter, MD, GM98, MD98 Flex Pack International (Holdings), Ltd. President and CEO, Medical CEO, Answers Adjunct Professor of Genetics, Hong Kong Jonathan M. Kemper F Leasing Corporation; Executive Transportation Management, Inc. Director, Community Resource & Washington University in St. Louis; Soo K. Chan, LA84 George Paz F T Vice Chairman, Commerce Senior Entrepreneur in Residence, Principal, SCDA Architects Bancshares, Inc. Talent Development Chairman and CEO, BioGenerator Singapore Bogert Kiplinger F Jacqueline Ulin Levey, LA97, LW01 Express Scripts Holding Co. Executive Director, St. Louis Hillel Jonathan McIntyre F Lawrence Chang, EN94, SI96 Donald L. Ross F BCW Securities, LLC Senior Vice President, Research & Chairman & CEO, Unitech Printed Edward J. Koplar F Susan R. Ludeman PA Vice Chairman, Enterprise Holdings Development Global Beverages, Circuit Boards Co., Ltd. President and Chairman, Koplar Robert J. Messey, BU68 PepsiCo, Inc. Patrick T. Stokes F Retired Senior Vice President and Taipei, Taiwan Retired President and CEO, Anheuser- Communications International, Inc. Peter G. Milner, MD PA Pen-Tsao Chang PA F Michael R. Loynd, LW99 Chief Financial Officer, Arch Coal, Inc. Busch Companies, Inc.; CEO, Heart Metabolics; Co-Founder, Chairman, Executive Director, Interco Charitable Stephen M. Murray, GB75 President and CEO, AshHill Grey Eagle Distributors, Inc. General Chamber of Commerce Trust; Owner, The Loynd Group Retired President, Steward-Warner Pharmaceutical Investments, Inc.; John P. Stupp Jr. F Corporation Taipei, Taiwan President and CEO, Stupp Bros. Inc.; Robert D. Millstone, LA85, LW88, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Shu-Chu Chen Chang PA F EMBA02 Leslie A. Peters, LA86, PMBA99 Armetheon, Inc.; Co-Founder and CEO, Stupp Corporation Taipei, Taiwan President, The Millstone Company Chief Executive Officer and Chief Director, Optivia Biotechnology, Inc.; Mark C. Trudeau PA Facilitator, Choong J. Chen PA F President and CEO, James V. ODonnell, BU74, GB74 T Co-Founder, ARYx Therapeutics, Inc. Elements Partnership, Inc. Senior Partner, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals President and CEO, Bush ODonnell & Diego Olego F Rajah & Tann Advocates and Solicitors Company, Inc. Sanford E. Pomerantz, LA63, LW65 Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer, Bruce Vladeck F Partner, Goffstein Raskas Et Al; Singapore Senior Advisor, Nexera Inc. Paul F. Pautler F Philips Healthcare Legal Counsel, Creve Coeur Li Jen Chen PA F Diana Chapman Walsh, MD14 Retired Executive Vice President, Paul D. Olivo, MD F Retired Managing Director, Director of Capital Markets, Wells Fire Protection District Senior Medical Director, Quidel President Emerita, Wellesley College Andrew E. Randall F Singapura Enterprises Pte, Ltd. Fargo Advisors, LLC Corporation Singapore Richard K. Weil Jr. F Managing Director, Former Managing Editor, St. Louis Steven C. Roberts, LW77, GL77 Krishnan K. Sankaran F Mandy Chen, LA96 President, Roberts Companies New York Private Bank & Trust Senior Technical Fellow, Materials & Post Dispatch; A Founder and Board Russell J. Shaw, BU85 Taipei, Taiwan President, St. Louis Beacon Scott Rudolph T PA Processes Technology, The Boeing Founder, Tech London Advocates; Zhang-Liang Chen, GR87 President, Piping Rock Health Company Joyce F. Wood, GB77, BU76 T Angel and Venture Investor; Limited Vice President, Executive Secretary, Owner, J. Wood & Associates, LLC Products, LLC Harold H. Schmitz F China Association for Science & Partner ACE Fund, Ariadne Capital Chief Science Officer, Executive Jerome J. Schlichter F Technology President and Director, Arch Grants; Robert A. Skinner, LA91 Director, Mars Center for Cocoa Health Partner, Ropes & Gray Peoples Republic of China Senior Partner, Schlichter Bogard & Science; Director of Science, Mars. Inc. William F. Southworth, MD, LA69, MD75 Nowell Chernick, LA91 Denton LLP David A. Smoller, PhD F Partner, Kayak Management Ltd. Robert Brookings Smith III, GB94 Assistant Professor of Clinical CEO, SAGE Labs, Inc.; Medicine, Washington University Taipei, Taiwan Vice President, Strategic Business Executive in Residence, Center for in St. Louis; Physician, Sparta Larry Tze-Ying Chiang, SI73, SI75 PA Development, Ascension Emerging Technologies Community Hospital; Associate, Honorary Senior Advisor, Julia J. Stupp, GB83 Jim Wrightson, GB78 Siemens, Telecom Systems, Ltd. Cardiology Consultants Ltd. Retired Vice President, Strategic CFO and Founder, Exegy, Inc. Taipei City, Taiwan Lori I. Tenser, LA84 Planning, Vice President Healthcare Timothy Sturr F Dean of First Year Students, Wellesley Gregory L. Curl PA Managing Director-Advisor Growth Initiatives, Lockheed Martin College President, Strategies, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Corporation Risa Zwerling Wrighton, PMBA89 Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited David M. Thomas F Four-Year Advisor, Washington Singapore Principal and Co-Founder, Leitner University in St. Louis Thomas Group Scott Welz F Senior Vice President, Director of Innovation and Strategy, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

49 47 | driven William H. Danforth, GR99, HS T Chancellor Emeritus and Professor Josephina Santiago PA F Vice President, MPM Corporation Public Relations of Medicine, Quezon City, Philippines National Council Washington University in St. Louis James E. Schiele, LA52, GR85, Chair St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. GR11, GR15 Dexter Fedor, BU79, FA79 Santanu Das, SI73, SI73 Consultant, Chief Marketing Officer, Retired President and CEO, St. Louis Screw and Bolt Company Creative Recreation, Inc. TranSwitch Corp. St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Patricia Barrett, LA95 Shelton, Connecticut, U.S.A. Gurpreet Singh, GB54, GL87 PA Partner, EMD Consulting Group, LLC Koichi Fujii, MD, HS62 PA Chairman, Dan Beckmann, LA01 Chairman, Continental Device India, Ltd. Founder, IB5K Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic New Delhi, India Jerry Bryan F Tokyo, Japan Inderdeep Singh, GB85, SI86 President, Bryan Consulting Vikas Gore, GA84 President and Managing Director, Sheila Burkett, EMBA99 Director, DP Architects Pte. Ltd. Continental Device India, Ltd. Managing Partner, Spry Digital Singapore New Delhi, India Maxine Clark T Albert Ip, EN73 Punita Singh, GR84, GR90 Founder, Build-A-Bear Workshop CEO, Langham Hospitality Founder/Consultant, Sound Sense Wayne Drash, LA94 Investments Limited, Independent New Delhi, India Senior Producer, CNN.com Non-Executive Director and Kanwaljit Soin PA F June McCallister Fowler, GR80 Member of Audit Committee Orthopaedic and Hand Surgeon, Vice President, Corporate & Eagle Asset Management (CP) Orthopaedic Spine & Hand Surgery, Public Communications, Limited, Council Member, Pte., Ltd., BJC HealthCare The Better Hong Kong Foundation Mt. Elizabeth Medical Center Hong Kong Laurie Goldberg F Singapore Group Executive Vice President of Sumet Jiaravanon PA F Ja Song, GB62, GB67 Public Relations, Discovery Channel, Executive Chairman, Charoen Chairman, Daekyo Corporation TLC, and Discovery Fit & Health Pokphand Group of Companies Seoul, South Korea Jakarta, Indonesia, and Hong Kong Cheryl Gould PA Dan Swift, FA89 Retired Senior Vice President, Deepak Kantawala, SI63, SI66 Managing Director, Goldman Sachs NBC News Consultant Singapore Mumbai, India Deborah Grossman, EMBA91 PA Shuzaburo Takeda F Retired Executive, Young Mok Kim, GF90 Consultant, Takeda & Associates Monsanto Company Executive Vice President, Tokyo, Japan Hankook Chinaware Company, Ltd. Jonathan Katz PA William K.Y. Tao, SI50 T Partner, Acom Healthcare Seoul, South Korea Founder, William Tao & Associates, Julie Kohn, BU78 Charles Kennedy PA Consulting Engineers Singapore Chief Strategy & Research Innovation St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Officer, Advertising Research Richard T.C. Lee PA F Dr. Cho-Yee To, GR63 Foundation Group President, Inventec Corporation Emeritus Professor of Education, Taipei, Taiwan Steve Lewis F University of Michigan Vice President & Senior Executive Gregg G. Ka Lok Li, LA79 Ann Arbor, Michigan Producer, Strategic Content & Consultant, AON Mrs. Patricia To F News Partnerships CNBC Hong Kong The Dow Chemical Company Cynthia McCafferty, EMBA10 Vincent Hoi-Yuen Li, EN73, SI75 Ann Arbor, Michigan Senior Vice President & Senior Group Chairman and Managing Chung-Ping Wang, GA73 Partner, Fleishman Hillard Director, Keysbond Limited Co-Founder & Principal Architect, International Communications Hong Kong C.Y., Lee & Partners Lisa Sharkey, LA80 PA Wei-Shan Lin, GB76 Taipei, Taiwan Senior Vice President of Chairman and President, David Wang PA F Creative Development, Tatung Company Senior Counselor, HarperCollins Publishers Worldwide Taipei, Taiwan The Boeing Company Barbara Schaps Thomas, LA76 T Wen Yen (Pamela) Lin F Langley, Washington Retired Senior Vice President & CFO Special Assistant to the Chairman, Chia-Wei Woo, GR61, GR66 HBO Sports Tatung Institute of Technology Retired President, Hong Kong Taipei, Taiwan Robert L. Virgil, GB60, GB67, LW09 T University of Science and Technology Dean Emeritus, Olin Business School Lin-Kuei Jackson Ling, GB04 PA Hong Kong Washington University in St. Louis Chairman and CEO, Bruno Wu, GR93 Enhance Holding Corporation Derek Weber F Group CEO and Co-Chairman, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China President, goBRANDgo! SINA.COM, Sun Media Group Alice Lui, LA89 Holdings, Ltd. Jessica Willingham F Bloom Academy Hong Kong Vice President, Communications & Hong Kong Marketing, The Laclede Group YANG Lan F Fumihiko Maki F Vice Chairman, Principal, Maki and Associates Sun Media Group Holdings, Ltd. Tokyo, Japan Hong Kong Bharat Harkishan Malkani, SI89 Nan-Horng Yeh, GB84 Chairman & Managing Director, Chairman, Max Aerospace & Aviation Pvt. Ltd. Realtek Semiconductors Mumbai, India Taipei, Taiwan John F. McDonnell, SI06, GB14 T Eric Yeung, GB74 Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Vice President, Washington University in St. Louis Perfekta Enterprises, Ltd. Retired Chairman of the Board, Hong Kong McDonnell Douglas Corporation James K.L. Yuann, SI81 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Managing Director, Thomas Kenneth Ryan, GR76 Boyden China Limited Retired Vice President, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China Goldman Sachs & Company Bainbridge Island, Washington, U.S.A. Conrado Bautista Santiago, GB64 PA President, MPM Corporation Quezon City, Philippines PA Parent of Washington University student during 201415 T University Trustee F Friend Deceased

50 48 | ELIOT SOCIETY LIFE MEMBERS July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 Honorary Life Eliot Mr. Robert G. Clark Dr. & Mrs. H. Richard Tyler Mr. Steven Gary Segal * PA Dr. Jay & Ronnie Kaiser * Mrs. Jerome Kalishman * Mrs. Zane E. Barnes John & Georgia Van Cleve Colwell * Dr. & Mrs. P. Roy Vagelos Mrs. Jane Smith Shapleigh Ms. Elisabeth W. Case Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Connor * Mr. & Mrs. Daniel C. Viehmann Mr. & Mrs. John C. Shapleigh * Cindy & Doug Kelly * Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Clemens Mr. Sam B. Cook Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Virgil * Mr. & Mrs. William J. Shaw * Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Koch Mrs. Oliver Howe Lowry Dr. Jerome R. Cox, Jr. * Mr. & Mrs. John K. Wallace, Jr. * Dr. Elinor M. Siner Dr. & Mrs. Michael Stanton Korenfeld Professor Douglass C. North Joann & Nathan Dardick Ms. Cissy Pao Watari * Dr. Joel L. Siner Jack J. Korff One Anonymous Member Dr. & Mrs. Santanu Das * Mr. Shinichiro Watari * Mr. & Mrs. Alok Singh Gene Kornblum * Ms. Lynn Des Prez * Mrs. Sandra J. Werner Dr. Jill F. Sneider * Helen Kornblum Mr. Stephen Distler Three Anonymous Members Mr. Martin K. Sneider * Mrs. Edward Y. Ku * Life Danforth Circle Dr. Robert C. Drews * Mr. James E. Spears * Ms. Helen R. Kuenstler * Chancellors Level Suren G. Dutia & Jas K. Grewal Life Eliot Benefactor Mrs. Cheryl Wroth Stein Mr. Frank Kuenz * George & Carol Bauer * Hope & Julian Edison * Dr. & Mrs. William K.Y. Tao * The Kuhn Family through the Lynn & Seth Abraham Mr. & Mrs. Stephen F. Brauer * Mrs. John P. Feighner Mr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Thompson Kuhn Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John W. Bachmann * Dr. William H. Danforth * Mr. John MacGregor Fox Mr. Charles W. Todd * Mrs. Robert L. Kuk * Dr. Jacques U. Baenziger Adele Braun Dilschneider Mrs. Marcella Fox Dr. Margo Todd * Mr. & Mrs. Paul P. Latta Dr. Nancy L. Baenziger Mr. & Mrs. David C. Farrell Mr. Donald R. Frahm * Ms. Phoebe Dent Weil Mr. & Mrs. John W. Lawless * Mr. & Mrs. Clarence C. Barksdale * Mrs. Peggy Fossett Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 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Puleo, Sr. * Mrs. Theresa Colonna Shurig * Dr. & Mrs. Max V. Wisgerhof II Emily Rauh Pulitzer Dr. Simon Silver Mr. & Mrs. Barry N. Wolf Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Pulitzer Mrs. Simon Silver Mr. & Mrs. Lewis N. Wolff * Mr. Paul Michael Pulver * Dr. Robert Eliot Silverman Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Worseck Mr. Andrew F. Puzder * PA Mrs. Sally Silvers * Mrs. Eloise M. Wright * Ms. Deanna Descher Puzder * PA Mr. & Mrs. Scott Evan Simowitz * PA Mr. Kevin Xu * Ralph & Lee Anne Quatrano * Mr. & Mrs. Jerome J. Sincoff * Mr. Leonard Yablon * * Donors of annual, named scholarships Dr. Yvonne E. Randle * Ms. Nancy Siteman Dr. Pamela Gallin Yablon * in FY15, and all donors of endowed Allan H. Rappaport, MD, J.D. * Mrs. Eual J. Smith Dr. & Mrs. David L. Yarian * scholarships Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas L. Reding Mr. & Mrs. David Jay Snyderman Mr. Tony Siu-Tung Yeung * Deceased Mr. Danny Reich * Dr. Ja Song Mr. Gene S. Yoon PA Parent of Washington University student during 201415

53 51 | driven ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT The following corporations, foundations, and other organizations provided support of $1,000 or more to Washington University between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015. Anonymous (16) Ancient of Days Foundation Bulk Tank, Inc. Deloitte Genentech, Inc. 2032 Trust Anheuser-Busch Foundation Burroughs Wellcome Fund Deloitte Foundation General Credit Forms, Inc. 3M Foundation The Annexstad Family Foundation Burton Foundation, Inc. Dentons General Mills Foundation Abbott Fund The AO North America Charitable Cabot Corporation Foundation Depuy Orthopaedics, Inc. Geno Technology, Inc. Abbott Laboratories Foundation CAC Services Group, LLC Depuy Spine, Inc. Genomic Health, Inc. AbbVie Inc. Aon Foundation May & Wallace Cady Memorial Trust Dermatology Foundation The Gerber Foundation Actelion Pharmaceuticals US AOSpine North America Caleres Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation GHR Foundation Action On Hearing Loss Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Cambridge Engineering, Inc. Diabetes Research & Education Giddyup Jane LLC Adobe Systems Incorporated Foundation, Inc. Sam & Louise Campe Foundation, Inc. Foundation Gilead Sciences, Inc. Advantage Capital Management Apollo Endosurgery, Inc. Cancer Care Foundation Inc. Diabetes Alternative Research & Giving It All for Guts Corporation ARAMARK Corporation Cancer Research and Prevention Healthcare Foundation Global Probiotics Council The Aesthetic Surgery Education and Arch Coal, Inc. Foundation The Dirksen Congressional Center GlobeMed NFP Research Foundation Arcturis Cancer Research Institute Doll Services and Engineering, Inc. Goldman Sachs Gives AGA Research Foundation Arthrex, Inc. Cancorp Inc. Dow Chemical Company Foundation Google, Inc. Agilent Technologies, Inc. The Halpin Foundation - ASN Foundation Cannon Design Dowd Bennett LLP W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. Ainsleys Angels of America, Inc. for Kidney Research Capital One Services, LLC The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc. Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc. Alcon Laboratories, Inc. Associated Specialists in Medicine, PC George A. Capps Memorial Foundation C. & H. Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, PC Alexs Lemonade Stand Foundation The Association for Research in Vision and Caribbean Crme, Inc. Drury Hotels Company, LLC Margaret Blanke Grigg Foundation Alive Media Group, LLC Ophthalmology Carmody MacDonald, PC Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Gross Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology Astellas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Annie E. Casey Foundation Eckenhoff Saunders Architects H & R Block Foundation Foundation Asteris LLC Cass Information Systems, Inc. Economic & Social Research Council H&W Equipment Co. AlliedBarton Security Services AstraZeneca Celgene Corporation Harry Edison Foundation The Hand Foundation, Inc. Alport Syndrome Foundation, Inc. AT&T Centene Charitable Foundation Edwards Lifesciences, LLC Harrington Discovery Institute Alzheimers Association AT&T Foundation Central Society for Clinical Research The Ellison Medical Foundation Dr. Lee B. & Virginia G. Harrison AMB Foundation Aureus Health Services Cerebral Palsy International Research Elsevier Science, Inc. Foundation Ameren Corporation Autism Science Foundation Foundation Emergency Medicine Foundation Hastings & Chivetta Architects, Inc. Ameren Corporation Charitable Trust Avon Foundation for Women Cervical Spine Research Society Emerson Charitable Trust Head for the Cure Foundation American Academy of Otolaryngology - Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation, Cha Boutique LLC Encore Healthcare Incubator Head and Neck Surgery Foundation George B. Handran and U.S. Bank, Chase Park Plaza The Energy 4 A Cure Foundation HealthSouth Corporation American Acne & Rosacea Society N.A., Co-Trustees Chess Club & Scholastic Center of St. Louis The Energy Foundation Hearing Health Foundation American Association of Physical Bank of America Charitable Foundation American College of Chest Physicians Engineers Without Borders - USA The Leona M. & Harry B. Helmsley Anthropologists Barnard Cancer Institute Chest Foundation Eppley Foundation for Research Inc. Charitable Trust American Association for Cancer Research Barnes-Jewish Hospital Medical Staff Child Neurology Foundation Equifax Inc. C.W. Henderson & Associates, Inc. American Association of Neurosurgeons Association Child Neurology Society ERBE USA, Inc. Surgical Systems Josephine M. Herzon Memorial American Board of Obstetrics and The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Childrens Discovery Institute Ernst & Young Foundation Foundation Gynecology Hospital Childrens Investment Fund Foundation Essex Industries, Inc. Hibearnation American Brain Foundation The Bartlett Foundation Childrens Tumor Foundation Eureka High School Hilton Ballpark American Brain Tumor Association Baxter Healthcare Christies Education ev3, Inc. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation American Cancer Society, Inc. Bayer Corporation Cigna Foundation Express Scripts Foundation Hope for Vision The American College of Obstetricians & The Arnold & Mabel Beckman Foundation Circle of Hope Bracelets ExxonMobil Corporation Hope Happens, Inc. Gynecologists Bell Athletics Cisco Systems, Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation Horncrest Foundation, Inc. American College of Surgeons Bellwether Foundation, Inc. CJs Journey Foundation Families ROC HSC Hospitality, Inc. American Council of Learned Societies United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation Clayco, Inc. Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation Howard Hughes Medical Institute American Diabetes Association Clayton Firefighters Association House of New York Huntingtons Disease Society of America American Egg Board bioMerieux Biotechnology and Life Sciences Group Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP Fenner Dunlop Americas Husch Blackwell LLP American Federation for Aging Research The Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Hydrocephalus Association American Foundation for Surgery of Biotronik Inc. Medical Research Ferring Research Institute, Inc. I Hate Cancer the Hand BJC HealthCare Colgate-Palmolive Company FILA USA, Inc. IBM International Foundation American Glaucoma Society Blackout Melanoma Colon Cancer Alliance Inc. Fine Science Tools USA, Inc. ICF International American Heart Association Blick Art Materials Color Art Integrated Interiors The Irene C. Finkelstein Foundation Ikaria, Inc. American Heart Association - Bloomington Normal Jaycees Columbus Zoological Park Fischer-Bauer-Knirps Foundation Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Midwest Affiliate The Boeing Company Association,Inc. FM Global Foundation Limited The American Lung Association Bohn & Dawson, Inc. Commercial Bank Ford Foundation Illinois Bone & Joint Institute The American Lung Association - Bon Appetit Management Co. Company of Biologists John Henry & Bernadine Foster Incarnate Word Foundation Upper Midwest Boston Scientific Corporation Concern Foundation Foundation Incyte Corporation The American Occupational Therapy Brabson Library and Educational Foundation Foundation ConocoPhillips Company Foundation 33.11 Infectious Diseases Society of America Conquer Cancer Foundation The Foundation of the ASNR Integra LifeSciences American Parkinson Disease Association - Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Greater St Louis Chapter Cook Medical, Inc. Foundation for Anesthesia Education Intel Foundation Brain Research Foundation Copying Concepts and Research Interco Charitable Trust American Parkinson Disease Association Breast Cancer DIY Corcept Therapeutics Foundation for Orthopedic Trauma International Society for Heart and American Physiological Society The Breast Cancer Research Foundation Cornell University Foundation for Surgical Fellowships Lung Transplantation American Psychological Association Breg, Inc. Corning Incorporated Science and Foundation for Womens Cancer International Society of Nephrology American Psychological Foundation Brendons Smile Technology Foundation of the Consortium of International Waldenstroms American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Bridgewater Associates, LP Cortland Associates, Inc. Multiple Sclerosis Centers Macroglobulinemia Foundation Bridgeway Behavioral Health Covidien, Ltd. Delbert H. Fraise Charitable Foundation Intuit, Inc. American Skin Association, Inc. BrightFocus Foundation Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America Trust Ipsen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. American Sleep Medicine Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Crowe Horwath, LLP Fulltech Fiber Glass Corp Iron Age Studios, Inc. The American Society for Reproductive Eli & Edythe Broad Foundation Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. GA Center for Digestive Diseases, LLC Italian Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Medicine Broadcom Foundation Cure Alzheimers Fund Gabrielles Angel Foundation for ITW Foundation American Society of Hematology Brookfield Properties Corporation Cancer Research J & M Foundation American Syringomyelia & Chiari Alliance Cure CRV Research The Dana Brown Charitable Trust Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation American Thoracic Society Cystic Fibrosis Foundation The Jackes Foundation Barrett Brown Foundation The Gatesworth American Thrombosis & Hemostasis Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Janssen Pharmaceutica, Inc. Brown Shoe Company Charitable Trust The Gateway for Cancer Research Network Therapeutics,Inc. JDRF International Bryan Cave LLP The GE Foundation The Amgen Foundation Dairy Research Institute The Veljko Jellech Trust BSI Constructors, Inc. GE Healthcare Amgen, Inc. Davol Inc. Jennings School District G.A., Jr. & Kathryn M. Buder Charitable Geico Philanthropic Foundation Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis De Compiegne-Wallace Foundation JEOL USA, Inc. Foundation Genentech Foundation Association-California Deaconess Foundation Johnson & Johnson

54 52 | ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 JPB Foundation McCarthy OfficeMax The Saigh Foundation The Teagle Foundation JPMorgan Chase Foundation James S. McDonnell Family Foundation Ohana Foundation Saint Louis Mental Health Board Team Based Learning Collaborative JSM Charitable Trust James S. McDonnell Foundation John M. Olin Charitable Trust, Salesforce Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation Max Kade Foundation, Inc. The McKnight Foundation Mrs. Evelyn N. Williams and Sanofi US The Medicines Company Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Mead Johnson Nutrition Bank of America, N.A.,Co-Trustees Sarcoma Foundation of America National Academies Karsyns Kause, Inc. MEDA Pharmaceuticals Olympus Corporation of America Save-A-Life for Geno Foundation The Vernon F. & Mae E. Thompson The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Medartis OMeGA Medical Grants Association The Saving tiny Hearts Society Charitable Foundation The Kavli Foundation Medical Transportation Management Inc. OMRF Schnuck Markets, Inc. Thompson Coburn LLP Kellsies Hope Foundation, Inc. MedImmune Biologics, Inc. Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Schreiber Foods Inc. Thoratec Corporation William T. Kemper Foundation, Medtronic, Inc. OrthoTech Sports Medical Equipment, Inc. Scientific Advisory Board of Vivere Health Thrasher Research Fund Commerce Bank, Trustee The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Orthopaedic Research & Education Scientific Therapeutics Information Inc. Jon Tomas Salon and Spa Kenet Medical, PLLC Meningioma Mommas Foundation Scinomix Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc. Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Merck & Company, Inc. Center for Orthopaedic Trauma The Scleroderma Foundation Towers Watson Foundation Advancement Towle Family Foundation Merck Foundation Scoliosis Research Society Sidney Kimmel Foundation for The William R. Orthwein Jr. & Laura Rand The Trio Foundation of St. Louis MetLife Foundation Scottrade Financial Services Cancer Research Orthwein Foundation Microsoft Corporation The Chicago Community Trust Tsoi/Kobus & Associates Kirkland & Ellis Foundation Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. Mid Missouri Young Lawyers Association Seattle Genetics U.S. Bancorp Foundation Waldemar J. Klasing Foundation Ovesco Endoscopy USA, Inc. Mid-America Orthopedic Association Shell Oil Company Foundation UBS Financial Services Inc. The Klingenstein Third Generation P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Mid-America Transplant Services Show Me Bears UCB Pharma, Inc. Foundation Foundation Midwest Stone Institute Shriners Hospitals for Children Ulrich Medical USA, Inc. Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Inc. The David & Lucile Packard Foundation The Migraine Research Foundation Siemens Corp-Global Shared Services NA Uncork for a Cause Susan G. Komen for the Cure Panera Bread Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Sigma-Aldrich Corporation Unitech Printed Circuit Boards Company, Kypha, Inc. Papa Johns USA Millstone Foundation Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals Ltd. La Roche-Posay North American Elsa U. Pardee Foundation Mirae Asset Financial Group The Silk Foundation United States Arbitration & Mediation Foundation Ara Parseghian Medical Research Mission Pharmacal The Simons Foundation Universal Fibers Inc. Laclede Gas Charitable Trust Foundation Missouri Beta Association of Sigma Alfred P. Sloan Foundation UPMASA Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Partners Healthcare Alpha Epsilon SM Corporation Us Against Cancer Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Missouri Floor Company Institute Smith & Nephew, Inc. The V Foundation for Cancer Research Foreign Wars Department of Missouri Missouri Foundation for Health Peabody Energy Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Vandalia Bus Lines, Inc. Ladue Fifth Grade Center MiTek, Inc. Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society Imaging Vascular Cures Lambda Alpha Marsh & McLennan Companies Pepsico Foundation Society for Neuroscience VentureWell LaunchCode LLC Veran Medical Technologies, Inc. The Missouri Chapter of the American Pershing Place Foundation Society for Reproductive Investigation The Lee Foundation Verizon Foundation College of Emergency Physicians Pfizer Foundation Society for Vascular Surgery Foundation Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Pfizer, Inc. Society of American Gastrointestinal and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Health Centers Washington University Women in Chicago Pharmacyclics Endoscopic Surgeons The Levine Foundation Modestus Bauer Foundation The William R. Watts Foundation, Inc. Physical Electronics USA, Inc. Society of Family Planning Lewis, Rice & Fingersh, LC Moneta Group Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC The Pillsbury Foundation Sony Corporation of America The Life Sciences Research Foundation Monsanto Company Wendys Chicago The Plastic Surgery Foundation South St. Louis Rehab LifeCell Corporation Monsanto Fund Wendys Four Corner Hamburgers LLC Plaza Motor Company Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation Lifelong Vision Foundation Monticello College Foundation Quad City Advertising Co-Op PNC Foundation Spectrum Sales & Service, LLC Eli Lilly and Company Morgan Stanley Wendys Springfield/Champaign Ad Polsinelli PC Spinal Cord Research Foundation Lincoln County Fair, Inc. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Co-Op Herman T. and Phenie R. Pott Charitable Spirit of St. Louis Air Show Lincoln Diagnostics, Inc. Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation The Wenner-Gren Foundation Foundation Splash LinkedIn Corp. Murphy Oil USA, Inc. Wesclin Jr. - Sr. High School Honor Society PPL Corporation Spoehrer Family Charitable Trust Linus Foundation Inc. Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. The W. Garfield Weston Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP SPX Foundation The Longer Life Foundation Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation WFF Facilities Services Project 5 for ALS The James Ewing Foundation of the Stanley L. and Lucy Lopata Charitable John & Ruth Musselman Medical School Society of Surgical Oncology Whitaker Foundation Foundation Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. Trust St. Baldricks Foundation White Traditions Bridal House LLC Lowy Enterprises, Inc. Prostate Cancer Foundation The Myositis Association St. Clair County License Beverage Whitehall Foundation, Inc. Henry Luce Foundation Quagga Accessories, LLC National Eating Disorders Association Association Wild Flower Restaurant & Catering Lungevity Foundation Quantum Technologies National Film Preservation Foundation St. Jude Medical, Inc. Richard J. Wilkinson Jr. Trust Lupina Foundation Radiological Society of North America National Gallery of Art St. Louis Bombers Rugby Football Club Wings for Life Lupus Research Institute Kenneth Rainin Foundation National Geographic Society St. Louis Cardinals, LLC Wipe Out Kids Cancer The Lustgarten Foundation The Rainwater Charitable Foundation National Humanities Center American Institute of Architects St. Louis Wishing Well Foundation Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis Realan Foundation, Inc. National Kidney Foundation Chapter Wolff Properties Lymphoma Research Foundation Carl Marshall Reeves & Mildred Almen National Multiple Sclerosis Society- St. Louis Chapter of Unico National Woodmark Group Mackey Mitchell Architects Reeves Foundation, Inc. Gateway Area Chapter St. Louis Golf for the Cure World Wide Technology Foundation Macroeconomic Advisers, LLC Regions Bank National Multiple Sclerosis Society St. Louis Home Health Inc. World Wide Technology, Inc. Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Regis Foundation for Breast Cancer National Niemann-Pick Disease Research St. Louis Mens Group Against Cancer Worldwide Cancer Research Macys Foundation Foundation St. Louis Rams Foundation Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc., Research to Prevent Blindness Madison County Bar Association The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation St. Louis Zoological Park Xi Phi Chapter The Retirement Research Foundation Magnet Works, Ltd The NephCure Foundation Standard Machine & Manufacturing Xlumena Rheumatology Research Foundation Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals Nestle Purina PetCare Company Company Mitchell & Elaine Yanow Charitable Trust Rhode Island Hospital Edward Mallinckrodt Jr. Foundation Neurim Pharmaceuticals LTD STARS Yash Gandhi Foundation Fannie E. Rippel Foundation Maor Foundation Neurosurgery Research & Education State Farm Companies YouthBridge Community Foundation Rising Tide Foundation for Clinical Cancer Maquet Medical Systems USA Foundation Steinberg Design Collaborative, LLP Suzanne Feld Zalk Charitable Trust Research March of Dimes Foundation New England Foundation for the Arts Steris Corp. US Endoscopy Zimmer Inc. Risun Coal Chemicals Group Ltd. MARCS Foundation New Venture Fund Jasper Valentijn Foundation Joseph H. & Florence A. Roblee Marfan Foundation The New York Academy of Sciences Foundation STL BC Classic Maritz, Inc. New York Public Library Rockefeller Family Fund Tammy Stratman Brown Charities Marquette High School Volleyball The New York Stem Cell Foundation Gloria F. Ross Foundation Foundation Marquette Mystique Poms Booster Club Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education The Rotary Coins for Alzheimers Research Stryker Craniomaxillofacial By using a 10% post-consumer waste recycled MasterCard Worldwide Society Trust Fund Stryker Endoscopy paper, this annual report saved the equivalent of Maternal Child and Family Health Nextgen Practice Solutions Rotonda Foundation Stupp Bros. Bridge & Iron Co. Foundation Coalition of St. Louis NGS/Waitt Grants Program The Taylor Roziers Hope for a Cure SunEdison, Inc. 14 trees preserved for the future The G. Harold & Leila Y. Mathers NISA Investment Advisors, LLC Brain Tumor Foundation Swing Fore Hope Charitable Foundation North American Spine Society Synergy Productions, LLC 1 pound water-borne waste not created The Rudin Foundation, Inc. The Mathile Institute Northern Trust Company The Louis & Rachel Rudin Foundation Taipei Economic and Cultural Office 6,746 gallons wastewater flow not created Eli Seth Matthews Leukemia Novartis Corporation Damon Runyon Cancer Research Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America, 452 pounds solid waste not generated Foundation, Inc. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. Foundation Inc. MB2 Sports Inc. 1,244 pounds net greenhouse gases prevented NSABP Safewire LLC William Tao & Associates, Inc. Russell Sage Foundation Target Corporation 7,000,000 BTUs energy not consumed

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