The Office of Sustainability invites members of the university community to join the WashU team in an online plastic-free challenge this month.
The Danforth Campus Parking and Transportation Services team shares important updates for the 2020-21 academic year.
The Washington University community is invited to participate in a series of engagement sessions this summer focused on racial equity and the steps we will take as a university to address systemic racism and the toll it has on our Black community in particular.
Washington University Athletics has reached its first apparel deal in department history, signing an agreement with Nike and BSN Sports.
The university’s Fall Planning Committee invites the Danforth Campus community to attend a series of town hall webinars this week to learn more about the university’s planning process for the fall semester and to ask questions and share feedback.
The Washington University American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grants program annually awards up to five investigators $30,000 one-year grants. The aim is to support junior faculty conducting cancer research pilot projects. Applications are open, and the deadline is Sept. 25.
Medical centers across the U.S. are participating in a fitness program called #FitForTheFrontLine. The national fitness challenge, which ends June 14, encourages Americans to get fit and raise funds to support our nation’s health-care heroes, including those at the School of Medicine and BJC HealthCare.
Registration for Equalize 2020, a first-of-its-kind pitch competition designed to showcase female faculty startup founders, is underway. The event takes place June 25 via Zoom.
In addition to the physical effects of COVID-19, threats to mental health should not be discounted. The WashUDirect Psychiatry service offers convenient, affordable mental health care for employees and their children.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is launching an online series, “This Civic Moment.”