Saint Louis University Alumni Set the World on Fire
With more than 137,468 Billikens living in 50 states and 154 countries, it is no surprise that SLU graduates' achievements impact communities and industries around the globe. Who are SLU's most famous alums, and how did they get there? What are your classmates doing now? How are they living out SLU's mission?
Read on to learn more about just a few SLU graduates in the news, plus find coverage of recent alumni achievements and events.
Find those things that feed your soul and stick with them.”
— Katey (Marcinkowski) Howes (DCHS ’99, Grad DCHS ’01)
06/27/23- This SLU alum's seven books often focus on STEAM/STEM themes to help children build an innovative and creative mindset. Her latest novel, Woven of the World, explores the ancient art of weaving and the ways lives are interconnected.
06/27/23- SLU alumnus Tim Bantle (A&S ’00) details how he went from philosophy major to CEO of Eddie Bauer.
04/18/23- Dana J. Boente (CSB ’76, Grad CSB ’77, Law ’82), former general counsel for the FBI, is a veteran prosecutor who has dedicated his career to public service.
02/09/23- Today, Seoul Juice is growing rapidly and sells online and at retailers in six states, including 10 locations in the greater St. Louis area.
02/01/23- As the United States approaches a new golden age in space exploration, Saint Louis University aerospace graduates are involved at every level.
02/01/23- Saint Louis University alumnus Dr. Jody Sowell (Grad A&S '11) is the president of the Missouri Historical Society.
02/01/23- Sports fans rely on the stats, data and history that broadcasters share, but the announcers don’t pull that information off the tops of their heads. They rely on people like Bryan Beasley (CSB ’11).
01/20/23- Stanley Andrisse, Ph.D. (A&S Grad ’14) is the author of From Prison Cells to PhD, which chronicles his experiences with incarceration and higher education after his return to the community.
12/12/22- John Klein (CBS '21, Grad SPS '23), who recently concluded a highly successful career with the Billikens, was selected by St. Louis CITY SC with the first pick of the second round.
03/23/22- Andrés J. Gallegos (Law ’93) is the chairman of the National Council on Disability.
03/23/22- For nearly 50 years, Marianne Muellerleile (A&S ’71) has made her living as an actor.
11/02/21- Erin Loos Cutraro (Grad A&S ’02) is the founder and CEO of She Should Run.
10/12/21- Dr. Alexander G. Garza (GRAD PH ’03) is the SSM Health Chief Community Health Officer and Incident Commander for the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force.