A memorial service celebrating the life of Chancellor Emeritus William H. Danforth, MD, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, in Graham Chapel.
The Office of Human Resources will present the Take Care Series, a virtual monthlong wellness experience that will provide short webinar presentations and Q&A sessions. The series kicks off Oct. 4 and runs through Oct. 28.
Henry S. Webber, executive vice chancellor for civic affairs and strategic planning at Washington University in St. Louis, will leave the university at the end of 2021, according to Chancellor Andrew D. Martin.
As many School of Medicine employees are now required to wear red, black and gray scrubs, the Operations & Facilities Management Department, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability and MedNik Riverbend Textiles, is hosting a scrubs collection until Oct. 10.
Steven Lawrence, MD, at the School of Medicine, and Cheri LeBlanc, MD, executive director of the Habif Health & Wellness Center, explain how the university established its COVID-19 plan, who should get tested and why we must continue to complete the daily screening.
Menstrual products are now available at no charge in restrooms in some 30 buildings on Washington University in St. Louis’ Danforth Campus. And soon, such products will be available on the Medical Campus.
The Whittemore House at Washington University is reopening for indoor dining during lunch starting Monday, Sept. 13.
Melissa Rockwell-Hopkins, whose position has her overseeing more than $1 billion in construction projects at the School of Medicine, has been named the school’s associate vice chancellor for operations and facilities management.
As the university’s strategic planning process continues, those building recommendations want to hear from more of the university community. Three virtual town halls will take place next week.
Washington University was ranked the top employer in Missouri on Forbes 2021 list of “America’s Best Employers.”