Bronwen Konecky, assistant professor of earth and planetary sciences, was named a member of the 2019 class of Packard Fellows for Science and Engineering.
Nearly 50 area leaders participated in the region’s third annual Real Men Wear Pink campaign to support the American Cancer Society’s efforts to end breast cancer.
Speiser, now 75, has been a devoted supporter of Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services since she was 6 years old.
Sign of the Arrow, a nonprofit retail shop for needlepoint and specialty gifts, was established in 1966 by the St. Louis Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi to provide philanthropic support to the community.
Concordance is a non-profit supporting individuals as they re-enter society and the workforce after prison.
The awards honor the duplicate bridge players whose honesty, integrity, competence, zeal and leadership have earned the respect of the duplicate bridge-playing community.
Cross will assume the role previously held by Virginia Busch, who remains chief executive officer.
Laila Anderson was designated the “Official Good Luck Charm” for the St. Louis Blues during last season’s comeback and ultimate victory to win the Stanley Cup.
Danticat is the author of acclaimed books such as Breath, Eyes, Memory; Krik?Krak! and The Dew Breaker.
The program is in correlation with the Kirkwood School District's fourth-grade science curriculum on plant structure.
Forest Park Forever and the City of St. Louis announced that the $3.3 million renovation project for the Forest Park baseball and softball fields has been completed.
The partnership's goal is to support career opportunities and workforce readiness for area teens and to prepare the next generation for jobs in the St. Louis market.
The goal was to reinforce the advantages of a robust public transit system and increase ridership at higher education institutions in the area.
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