The U.S. Green Building Council awarded Washington University a 2021 Leadership Award for excellence in its West North Central Region.
A virtual event celebrating Vice Provost Adrienne Davis will take place at 4 p.m. June 24. Davis is stepping down from her role as vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity and will return to the faculty.
The Office of Recreation is hosting a variety of outdoor BearFit classes this summer on the third floor of the Snow Way parking garage. Anyone with a WUSTLkey can register and participate.
As of June 1, Parking and Transportation Services has moved to open park operations. Parking is complimentary in visitor and yellow designated parking spaces. Normal operations will resume Aug. 16.
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The McDonnell International Scholars Academy recently issued a call for proposals for its new Global Incubator Seed Grants Fund. Proposals are due by July 1.
The university’s future human resources and financial administrative system, called Workday, will launch July 1 as part of the multiyear MyDay program. Employees can begin learning everything they need to know and do ahead of the launch.
Images from on and around the Washington University campuses.
The Office of Human Resources is offering a virtual four-part class for staff titled “Creating Habits That Stick.” Each session lasts an hour; the first will be May 27.
Parking & Transportation Services provides updates on parking and traffic flow plans for spring Commencement events, which will take place May 20, 21 and 30.