Celebrate School of Medicine staff dedication. Two ceremonies take place to accommodate all staff: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 3 p.m. Medical Campus, 660 S. Euclid Ave. 63110.
Year round market, every Thurs. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: April through early Nov. the market is located on the plaza of the BJC Inst. of Health, moving indoors Nov. through March to the McDonnell Pediatric Research Bldg. Atrium.
(11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) Bring proof of purchase for WashU Employee Night at the Ballpark and get a raffle ticket to win a Field Visit or VIP Suite Upgrade. Location: At the School of Medicine Farmers Market. 314-362-7196.
Seminar: “Spatial and temporal patterns of biodiversity loss due to nutrient addition in grasslands”
Ashley Asmus, U. of Minnesota. Sponsored by WashU’s 2018 Tyson Research Center Summer Seminar Series in Ecology and Evolution, May 24 to Aug. 2. Followed by informal potluck (bring a side dish or dessert). Contact: email@example.com or 314-935-8430. Living Learning Center, Tyson Research Center, 6750 Tyson Valley Road, Eureka, MO 63025.
Presentations by Allan Doctor, pediatrics critical care and Benjamin Humphreys, renal medicine. Co-sponsored by Inst. of Clinical and Translational Sciences and the Venture Café. Venture Café, Havana Room, 2nd floor, 4240 Duncan Ave., St. Louis 63110.
Spend an informative morning with WUSM physicians Virginia Herrmann, breast surgeon; Ron Bose, medical oncologist; and Cheryl Herman, radiologist, as they discuss the latest advances in breast cancer prevention, screening and treatment. Registration and more details online. Chesterfield Outlets, Suite 150, 17057 N. Outer 40 Road, Chesterfield, Mo 63005.
Members of the WashU community are invited to bring their children to Olympic Day 2018 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Friday, June 22 at Francis Field and Sumers Recreation Center. Event will feature Olympic legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Paralympic sled hockey gold medalist Steve Cash presenting a motivational talk and Joyner-Kersee leading a one-mile fun run/walk around Francis Field, site of the 1904 Olympics. Register and learn more on the Sports Commission website.
Gad Getz, Harvard Medical School. Sponsored by Medical Oncology Grand Rounds, Paul Calabresi/STRENGTH Visiting Professor. Medical Campus, Mid-Campus Center, 11th floor.
Features services and service providers that support employees and graduate students in their transportation choices. The four sessions are co-sponsored by the Office of Sustainability. All fairs will feature free bike tune-ups performed by Velofix. See details online. Danforth Campus, DUC Edison Courtyard.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
This is a traveling display throughout the campuses of posters highlighting notable African Americans in science and technology. It will be on display in the WUSM Becker Medical Library from Feb. 1-11 and the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC) Atrium from Feb. 12-28. The traveling poster series then can be seen in Seigle Hall on the Danforth Campus from March 5-29; and again at the FLTC Atrium from Aug. 1-31. Info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-362-7080.
This exhibition of student work showcases the final projects from The Art of Medicine, a course that offers students a variety of encounters with the changing art of western medicine. The exhibition features works of art in several traditional and non-conventional media. On view from April 16 through June 29. Opening reception is April 17 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Olin Library, Ginkgo Room.
An exhibit of a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence is on permanent display in an exhibit chamber in Olin Library. Read more about this historical treasure in the Q&A with Cassie Brand, University Libraries’ curator of rare books. NEW — There will be a talk on July 3 at 1 p.m. by history and law professor David Konig about the history of this document. Talk and reception in Olin Library, Room 142.
The Dept. of Special Collections presents the inaugural exhibition of the Jack E. and Debbie T. Thomas Gallery on Level 1 of Olin Library pays tribute to seven influential WashU alumni whose work has enriched their respective professions and communities. On view until fall 2018.