Join online Earth Day Ecochallenge

This year, typical Earth Day events were canceled due to COVID-19. Instead, the Office of Sustainability invites the university community and partners to take part in an online Earth Day Ecochallenge,

Know how to sew? Here’s an opportunity to help

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended the use of cloth face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Members of the university community are invited to help sew masks that will be made available in the community for nonmedical use.
Gephardt Institute offers update on census amid COVID-19

Gephardt Institute offers update on census amid COVID-19

The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement wants to update Washington University in St. Louis students and families about how students are to be counted in the 2020 U.S. census in light of  COVID-19. 
‘Life/Lines’ poetry project launches

‘Life/Lines’ poetry project launches

To mark National Poetry Month, the Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences is inviting readers of all backgrounds to create short poems in response to daily prompts.

You’re invited to share your story

During this pandemic, we invite you — students, faculty, staff, medical professionals, alumni and friends — to share personal stories of the many WashU people saving lives, keeping us connected or simply making us smile. Share text, photos and video of what it means to be #WashUTogether.

Apply to join Danforth Staff Council

The Danforth Staff Council, which works with the administration to address staff concerns and provide input on university decisions, is accepting applications for new members. Applications are due by Friday, April 3.
Take part in climate solutions virtual teach-in

Take part in climate solutions virtual teach-in

Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Missouri-St. Louis are partnering for an upcoming virtual teach-in to discuss solutions to abate climate change. All are welcome to take part.
University images available for use on Zoom

University images available for use on Zoom

With the university community shifting to virtual meetings and classes via Zoom, the Office of Public Affairs created WashU-themed virtual backgrounds so people can all have a scene from campus wherever they are working and learning.