Sumers Recreation Center closed next week

The Sumers Recreation Center will be closed Monday, July 31, through Friday, Aug. 4, for floor refinishing, cleaning and maintenance. The center will reopen Saturday, Aug. 5.

Public Health Cubed funding cycle open

Public Health Cubed is a rapid seed funding mechanism for Institute for Public Health faculty scholars. This cycle seeks projects focused on health equity and community and social disparities. Submit ideas by Aug. 15.

Parking/transit reminders around Fourth of July holiday

Parking and Transportation reminds the campus community to plan ahead before traveling to campus around the July 4 holiday. On Monday, July 3, the West Campus shuttle will be in service from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the Campus Circulator will operate from 7:40 a.m. to 7 p.m. Some spaces on the east surface lot at West Campus will be unavailable July 3 and 4 and early July 5.

Grant applications sought from junior cancer researchers

The Washington University School of Medicine is accepting applications for the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant to support junior investigators who have no national peer-reviewed research grant support.

Campus blood drives next week

The next universitywide blood drives will be held next week, on Wednesday, June 28, and Friday, June 30. All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate.

Becker Library exhibit on Jewish Hospital history open

An exhibit titled “‘Skill, tenderly applied, works wonders’ – A History of The Jewish Hospital of St. Louis” is open through Aug. 31 in the Bernard Becker Medical Library’s Glaser Gallery. Learn more on the library’s website.

Apply now for LEAP challenge

Applications for the next cycle of the university’s LEAP Inventor Challenge are due by Monday, June 5. University faculty, postdoctoral, staff and graduate student teams are eligible.
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