Undergraduate student artists of any kind are welcome to apply for the Atkin Residency in the Art of Democracy. The application deadline is March 7.
Nominations are now open to honor deserving staff members through Washington University’s Distinguished Honor Awards. The nomination deadline is March 15.
The Knight Executive Education Center has completed renovations on 66 guest rooms and is holding an open house for the campus community from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7.
The university has established a framework to examine issues of naming or renaming of buildings and other spaces, professorships and scholarships. People can submit requests for named features to be reviewed. Applications are open for two at-large members to join the Naming Review Board.
The Women’s Society of Washington University seeks nominations for the Harriet K. Switzer Leadership Award. The nomination deadline is Feb. 16.
To ensure broad communication, certain key university policies are published annually in The Record. These policies are intended to promote and support a positive working and learning environment. The policies also are available on the Human Resources website.
The Needleman Program for Innovation and Commercialization provides funding for researchers developing promising new therapeutics. A second call for proposals is now open. The deadline is March 15.
The Department of Classics in Arts & Sciences has announced a new opportunity for faculty and student travel relating to Greco-Roman antiquity. Applications are due Feb. 15.
WashU’s Research Development Office recently announced the fall 2023 “Here and Next” Seed Grant awardees. Applications are open for the next round of funding.
As part of the Engage Democracy 2024 election event series, the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement invites the WashU community to propose nonpartisan events and programming that encourages voter registration and increases education and engagement in the 2024 elections.
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