Flags lowered in memory of Justice Ginsburg

The U.S. and university flags over Brookings Hall are lowered to half-staff in memory of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg died Sept. 18 at age 87.

Reminder: complete census by Sept. 30

The Gephardt Institute reminds students that the self-report process for the 2020 Census ends Sept. 30. Students who were living off campus during the spring semester still may fill out their forms.

Enter global town hall photo contest

The McDonnell International Scholars Academy will hold a virtual global town hall Oct. 8. In preparation, it is hosting a photo contest, seeking images of how people are adapting and thriving and what gives them hope. WashU faculty, staff and students can submit entries by Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Flags planted in honor of victims of 9/11

Flags planted in honor of victims of 9/11

In honor of the 19th anniversary of  9/11, members of the Washington University in St. Louis College Republicans will plant 2,977 flags — one for each victim of the deadly attacks — on Mudd Field on the Danforth Campus. The university also will lower the American flag over Brookings Hall and ring the bells of Graham Chapel.

‘Ask the Doctors’ town hall Sept. 9

Bring your COVID-19 questions to the next “Ask the Doctors” town hall, scheduled for 6 p.m. Sept. 9 on Zoom with two of the university’s top medical experts, Steve Lawrence, MD, and Cheri LeBlanc, MD.

Big Ideas COVID-19 competition open

The Healthcare Innovation Lab and the School of Medicine’s Institute for Informatics are holding a Big Ideas competition aimed at innovations in informatics and health-care delivery focused on COVID-19. The deadline is Sept. 30.
Kemper Art Museum accepting reservations

Kemper Art Museum accepting reservations

While the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum remains closed to the general public due to COVID-19, the museum will be open to Washington University students, faculty and staff by appointment beginning Sept. 14.
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