A new Olin Business School program will complement the existing WashU tuition benefit, covering up to 100% of tuition for eligible and approved employees admitted into Olin’s Executive MBA or Professional MBA programs. Learn more at this special lunch event. Sponsored by Olin Business School Graduate Programs. Location: Rm 301-Segal classroom.
This half-day conference will feature the contributions of women in our region who are creating, using and promoting geospatial technologies across industry, government and education. Register via the link. Sponsored by Society of Women Geographers, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and University Libraries. Location: T-REX Innovation Conference Center.
Blood drives are a lifesaving tradition at WashU. We invite you to get involved by donating blood, volunteering and sharing with your networks. Sponsored by the Gephardt Institute, the Red Cross and the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. Location: Rm 276.
Nico Dosenbach, assistant professor of Neurology, will present this seminar. Sponsored by the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center. Location: BJH South, 1st Floor.
Blood drives are a lifesaving tradition at WashU. We invite you to get involved by donating blood, volunteering and sharing with your networks. Sponsored by the Gephardt Institute, the Red Cross and the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. Location: Rm 350.
Cassie Brand, Curator of Rare Books, will give an informal talk about the original copy of the Declaration of Independence on display in Olin Library. There will be activities for children and adults. Lemonade and cookies will be served. Sponsored by University Libraries and We Stories.
Grab a coffee and a cookie with staff at this month’s edition of First Fridays @ Becker, featuring documents bearing signatures of Presidents Jefferson, Madison, Lincoln and more. Location: Archives and Rare Books Reading Room, 7th Floor.
Kara Merhmann, Ben Wheeler, Jerry Mazzuca.
Featuring Strauss II / ‘An der Schönen Blauen Donau’ (The Beautiful Blue Danube), Ravel / Tzigane’ Concert Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra – Jessica Platt, soloist. Notes to Munch On, a pre-concert series, begins at 7:10 prior to the concert.
Vince Varvel Trio.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
May 10-July 12, 2019
This annual exhibition features thesis projects by the seventeen students in the graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. Works in various media explore themes such as the politics of race, the role of gender, the poetics of the everyday and utopian/dystopian futures. Location: The Luminary, 2701 Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO.
May 13-August 16, 2019*8:00 am
This exhibit illustrates the growth of the medical center over the past 100 years using photos, blueprints and other materials from Becker Library’s archival collections. Location: Glaser Gallery, 7th Floor.