During the spring semester, Washington University will host a series of events that are expected to draw a high volume of traffic to campus, particularly leading up to and during Thurtene Carnival and WashU Reunion Weekend, April 17-19.
The Washington University community is invited to nominate students for the James E. McLeod Honors and Awards Program. The nomination deadline is March 16.
Zoom video conferencing service debuted Feb. 1 as Washington University’s primary video conferencing tool. All faculty, staff and students can use the service for free by signing in with their WUSTL Key.
The administration at Washington University in St. Louis is tracking developments with the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China. Community members can stay up to date with the latest information here.
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 administration at Washington University is tracking developments with the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China, and has provided an update to the university community. There are no confirmed cases at the university.
The Women’s Society of Washington University seeks nominations for the Harriet K. Switzer Leadership Award. The nomination deadline is Friday, Feb. 7.
The West Campus shuttle has returned, effective Jan. 27, in response to feedback from the Washington University in St. Louis community, Parking & Transportation Services announced.
Cheri LeBlanc, MD, executive director of the Habif Health and Wellness Center, provides an update to the university community about the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China. While there are no confirmed cases at the university, LeBlanc wants the community to be informed about the virus.
Undergraduate and graduate students who love collecting books can submit entries for this year’s Neureuther Student Book Collection Essay Competition. The deadline is March 6, and winners can receive up to $1,000.