Saint Louis University is the country’s second-oldest Jesuit university, established in 1818. The school has about 12,500 undergrads, with an active satellite campus in Madrid, Spain. Undergraduates can choose among programs in Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Philosophy and Letters, and Social Work, in addition to various professional offerings. Saint Louis is known for its research, and Biochemistry Professor Edward A. Doisy won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1943 for the discovery of vitamin K.
Alumni Results Report - Saint Louis University-Main Campus
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