Washington University and St. Louis community members are invited to bring their children to Safe Trick-or-Treat from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, on Mudd Field on the Danforth Campus. WashU students lead families through trick-or-treating and other Halloween activities. RSVP by 5 p.m. Oct. 20.
The “Share Our Stuff” program collects items during student move-out each year to divert them from landfills. Events are held regularly to get the items to new homes. The program is hosting a fashion sale from noon-4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, at its North Campus warehouse, 700 Rosedale Ave.
The Committee to Examine Remembrance and Commemoration has planned two virtual town halls this month to gather input from members of the campus community.
A WashU mentorship program that supports postdoctoral researchers is seeking new members. The application deadline is Oct. 12.
Parking & Transportation provides a fall update, with details on Active Transportation Month activities in October, smart commuting options and construction reminders.
Listening sessions are planned Oct. 3-4 for Danforth Campus graduate and professional students and postdoctoral researchers to share their experiences related to mentoring and support.
Flu season is approaching. Some employees are required to get the flu vaccine, and all are encouraged to do so. Some clinics will be held in early October on the Danforth Campus, and flu shots are regularly available on the Medical Campus.
Applications are being accepted for the 2024 William H. Danforth St. Louis Confluence Award.
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 Oct. 20.
Washington University in St. Louis plans to test its emergency communication system at 9:55 a.m. Sept. 19.
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