2022 Global Incubator Seed Grant winners announced
Twenty research projects involving Washington University in St. Louis faculty and international collaborators recently were funded through the Global Incubator Seed Grant program.
Midwest Climate Collaborative receives NSF grant
The Midwest Climate Collaborative recently received its first National Science Foundation grant to explore ways to mitigate heat islands in four Midwestern cities.
Graduate students invited to apply to Pivot 314 Fellowship
The Pivot 314 Fellowship Program for graduate and professional students is accepting applications for its latest cohort. The application deadline is Nov. 14.
Student Sunrise project rolls out new graduate admissions system
The university has begun using a new admissions system, Slate, for most of its graduate-level programs. The move is part of Student Sunrise, a multiyear initiative to consolidate and update WashU’s various student information systems.
Nominations sought for William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Award
Nominations are now being sought for a new award which will fund community-based research promoting impact and deep engagement with St. Louis.
Transformative fundraising initiative ‘makes way’ for top applicants
Washington University in St. Louis has announced a transformative fundraising initiative that aims not only to increase financial resources for students at every level of need, including middle-income students, but also to provide a “best-in-class” experience for all students to learn, develop and flourish while on campus and beyond.
‘Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages’ Oct. 7 and 8
The Foreign Language Association of Missouri’s 2022 conference, “Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages,” will take place at Washington University Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8.
Support program for tenure-track Danforth Campus faculty extended
The Office of the Provost is extending its program to support Danforth Campus early-career faculty whose work has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications are due by Oct. 17.
CRE2 to offer grants for new, updated courses
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.
Undergraduate academic integrity process to be reimagined
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.