Undergraduate students interested in data science can now earn a bachelor’s degree through the McKelvey School of Engineering or Arts & Sciences.
The university’s International Travel Oversight Committee recently announced an update to its international travel policy for faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students starting Aug. 1.
Workday, WashU’s new human resources and financial administrative system, will launch tomorrow, July 1. Here, Chancellor Andrew D. Martin shares a video message marking this important milestone and thanking the team that worked on the project.
Washington University in St. Louis joined 150 other higher education institutions June 21 in signing onto an amicus brief in ongoing litigation in federal court, supporting the Optional Practical Training program and the international students who benefit from it.
Workday employee and manager self-service training is available to get familiar with Workday ahead of the July 1 launch. Support also will be available after the system is live.
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis will reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 23.
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.
Today’s issue marks the last Record of the 2020-21 academic year. The next issue will be published Wednesday, June 2, and generally twice weekly through the summer. Visit The Source for the latest news.
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