The Danforth Campus Parking and Transportation team shares holiday updates, spring plans and more in its November newsletter.
Washington University’s Africa Initiative invites applications to its grant program, which aims to advance research and education collaborations between Washington University faculty members and scholars at academic or professional partners based in Africa. The deadline is Dec. 30.
The Women’s Society of Washington University funding committee invites undergraduate students to submit funding requests for projects that support educational, cultural and community outreach efforts. The deadline is Friday, Nov. 20.
A committee examining public safety and policing on the Danforth Campus and in nearby neighborhoods needs your help.
Applications are open for the Global Impact Award competition, which awards up to $50,000 to Washington University students, postdoctoral researchers and recent alumni whose ventures are scalable and sustainable with a broad impact.
With so many university meetings and classes continuing to be held via Zoom, the Office of Public Affairs created a new set of WashU-themed virtual backgrounds with fall and winter themes for the community to use.
The Office of Sustainability is holding electronics recycling drives and lightbulb swaps. They will take place Oct. 29 on the Medical Campus and Nov. 5 on the Danforth Campus.
The Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethic of Service Award recognizes members of the university community who exemplify service and engagement with the St. Louis region. Honorees include alumni, employees, retirees, students and volunteers. The nomination deadline is Nov. 1.
Washington University’s College Prep Program is accepting nominations for the next cohort of its innovative college readiness initiative. The nomination deadline is Oct. 30.
The Office of Sustainability invites members of the university community to take part in the people’s ecochallenge Oct. 7-28. Join the WashU team and take individual actions in areas such as waste, energy, health and justice.