Free film screening presented by WashU Libraries, Missouri History Museum, and St. Louis LGBT History Project. Followed by a discussion featuring Steve Brawley, St. Louis LGBT History Project and performers Leon Braxton (aka Dieta Pepsi) and Maxi Glamour. Missouri History Museum, Lee Aud,
Hear what experts from both sides of the aisle have to say about the situation and how to stop the nation’s finances from reaching critical levels. Come ask questions and these speakers will be sure to have an answer. Panel at 7 p.m.; reception to follow. Danforth Campus, Olin Business School, Simon Hall, Room 106.
Our semi-annual debate. An all-student debate of current political issues featuring WashU’s College Republicans debating the College Democrats. Debate will be moderated by St. Louis Public Radio political reporter Jo Mannies. Knight-Bauer Hall, Frick Forum.
Tillman is a novelist, short story writer, and cultural critic. Sponsored by Dept. of English. Duncker Hall, Hurst Lounge, Room 201.
Olin will assemble executives from across the industry to share the best practices and discuss trends within the sports business industry. A free, daylong event. Kickoff event for the 2016-17 Joseph S. Lacob Sports Speaker Series. Seating is on first-come first-served basis. Knight Hall, Emerson Aud.
Soe Mar, neurology and pediatrics, presenting for the MS Div. Sponsored by Dept. of Neurology Grand Rounds Lecture Series. Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Connor Aud.
(8 a.m. to 1 p.m.) WUSM, Auburn U., U. of Missouri, Columbia, Consortium for One Health (WAMCOH) is the collaborative partnership of three preeminent research institutions. The center’s mission is based on the emerging concept of “One Health,” focusing on the health linkages among humans, animals, and their shared environments. Registration requested. Sponsors include Biologic Therapeutic Center, Inst. for Public Health Global Health Center, Missouri Cures Education Fdn., Inst. of Clinical and Translational Science. Saint Louis Zoo in Forest Park.
Mark Manary, pediatrics. Sponsored by Dept. of Pediatrics Grand Rounds Lecture Series. Wohl Clinic Bldg., Clopton Aud.
(9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) Registration fee. Sponsors include WashU Prison Education Project and the Gephardt Inst. for Civic and Community Engagement. Umrath Hall Lounge.
Live music and BBQ every Friday, starting the Friday after spring break and ending the Friday before fall break, weather permitting. Danforth University Center, Edison Family Courtyard.
About this calendar
Exhibits and Ongoing Events
A celebration of the Museum’s tenth anniversary in the current building, this installation features works drawn from the permanent collection. On view Sept. 9, 2016 through Jan. 15, 2017. Sponsored by the Kemper Art Museum. The entire museum.
The Becker Library is very pleased to announce a new exhibit A Legacy of Achievement: Washington University School of Dental Medicine is now open in the newly renovated Glaser Gallery on the 7th floor of the library. This exhibit features artifacts, documents, books, and photos from the Dental School, as well as rare books from Becker Library’s Henry J. McKellops Collection in Dental Medicine. Free and open to all library visitors.
Work by MArch students in Core Studio 317 taught by associate professor Sung Ho Kim, lecturer Lavender Tessmer, and lecturer Alexandra Waller is currently on view in Givens Hall. Students in each section designed a unique exhibition strategy. On view from Sept. 22 through Oct. 28. Givens Hall, first floor.
The Washington University Mini-Medical School began in 1999 with the goal of educating the community by sharing the expertise of the medical faculty. Course Director: Cynthia Wichelman, MD. Mini-Med School I: Sept. 27 – Nov. 15; Mini-Med School II: Sept. 29 –Nov. 17.
This project was student initiated and is supported by WashU Libraries. On view from Sept. 30 to Oct. 7. It is a crowd-sourced, national movement that aims to engage local artists while generating interest in classical literature. The exhibit will feature 20 works created by WashU students, faculty, and local artists. As part of this exhibition, professor Ron Fondaw designed the cover for Journey to the Center of the Earth. Opening reception is Sept. 30, at 4 p.m. Olin Library.