The Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity invites faculty to design a new undergraduate, graduate or professional school course or incorporate new learning innovations to an existing course for the 2023-24 academic year as part of its Rotating Studio initiative. Applications are due Sept. 23.
Washington University is moving toward a centralized process for handling academic integrity violations at the undergraduate level, in response to feedback from a faculty commission. Students, faculty and staff members are needed to serve on the working groups.
Economist Andrew Jordan in Arts & Sciences uses data analytics to uncover potential bias in the criminal justice system by studying the decisions made by courts, police and prosecutors.
The university is offering an interdisciplinary course this fall exploring what led to the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and the implications going forward.
The Divided City 2022 is currently accepting applications for both Faculty Collaborative Grants and Community Grants. Proposals are due Sept. 7.
The Washington University School of Medicine is one of nine U.S. academic institutions selected by the American Society of Hematology for the organization’s Hematology-Focused Fellowship Training Program. Applications open in July.
Equalize, a mentoring program and pitch competition designed to support academic women entrepreneurs, takes place June 30. Register to attend the virtual event.
The McDonnell International Scholars Academy seeks proposals for its second cycle of Global Incubator Seed Grants. The submission deadline is Aug. 15.
Mark P. Taylor, dean of Olin Business School, will conclude his deanship June 30. He will continue to serve as the Donald Danforth Jr. Distinguished Professor of Finance after taking a year of academic leave.
Two students from the McKelvey School of Engineering were honored at a joint conference of the American Water Works Association and the Missouri Water Environment Association.