Apply for Newman Exploration Travel Fund

Applications are now open for University Libraries’ Newman Exploration Travel Fund (NEXT). Graduate and undergraduate students, along with Danforth Campus faculty and staff members, are invited to apply for a travel grant.

Graduate student reps sought for Board of Trustees

Applications to serve as one of two graduate student representatives to the Board of Trustees for 2020-21 are open. Applications are due Feb. 17. Attend an information session Jan. 15 or Jan. 21 to learn more.

Faculty Achievement Award nominations sought

Nominations are being accepted for Washington University in St. Louis’ annual Faculty Achievement Awards, known as the Arthur Holly Compton Faculty Achievement Award and the Carl and Gerty Cori Faculty Achievement Award. Nominations are due Feb. 14.

LEAP info session Jan. 16

Innovators interested in the Leadership and Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program (LEAP), sponsored by the Skandalaris Center, are invited to an informational session from 5-6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, in Mallinckrodt Center.

Happy holidays from The Record

The Dec. 13 issue marks the last Record of the calendar year. Publication will resume in January. For the latest news, visit The Source. The Record staff wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season.

Major upgrade of Central West End station to begin

The School of Medicine and BJC HealthCare, in partnership with Bi-State Development, will begin construction Monday, Dec. 16, on a major upgrade to the Central West End MetroLink station.

WUSTL Key log-in page getting updated look

In mid-January, a revamped WUSTL Key log-in page will make its debut. The Office of Information Technology wanted users to know the update is legitimate. While functionality won’t change, the page will have better visuals, a streamlined interface and be more mobile-friendly.

Information security policies updated

The Office of Information Security at  Washington University in St. Louis has recently revised and updated its policies to reflect changes in the information security landscape. Learn more on the office’s website.

Active Commuter Hub launches

The Active Commuter Hub is opening for the university community. Located on the lower level of the Schnuck Pavilion on the east end of the Danforth Campus, it’s a project of the Office of Sustainability and Parking & Transportation Services. Those who’d like to become a member must enter a lottery by Dec. 15.
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