Grand Entries are at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies.
Take a ride on the Metrolink to the Food Roof, a rooftop farm in downtown St. Louis. Participants will get a chance to tour the 10,000 square foot farm, sample some of local produce and see the way the Food Roof’s innovative approach to farming. Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability. RSVP and view meeting locations/times via the link.
Led by students, Chana and Rabbi Hershey, this Seder will be festive and fun while covering all the bases. Yummy food will be provided by the Chabad House kitchen. Sponsored by Chabad on Campus.
The university community is invited to come here PhD students in the Brown School discuss their academic lives and experience with applying for positions. Food will be provided. RSVP via the link. Location: Room 33.
April 23, 2019Seminar: Apoptotic and Non-apoptotic Functions of Cell Death Pathways in Anti-microbial Host Defense
Igor Brodsky, UPenn, will present this seminar. Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. Erlanger Auditorium.
Erin Stampp, diversity & inclusion leader at the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, will present this seminar. Sponsored by the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center. Location: East Pavilion Auditorium, BJH South, 1st Floor.
April 23, 2019From mechanisms to implementation: optimizing rehabilitation to maximize mobility in older adults
Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley’s work focuses on identifying, integrating and advancing innovative evidence-based medicine solutions for older adult rehabilitation. She will give the Steven J. Rose Lectureship in Movement Science. Sponsored by the Physical Therapy Program. Location: 4444 Forest Park Ave, Room 1235.
This is the spring open house for Toast of WU, one of three Toastmasters clubs for employees on campus. Refreshments will be served. Room 350.
Christopher Voigt will present. Sponsored by Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering. Room 12.
The Africa Initiative, in partnership with the Institute for Public Health and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for International Affairs, invites you to the Inaugural Africa initiative meeting. Featuring speakers and a panel discussion facilitated by Benjamin Ola. Akande, assistant vice chancellor for International Affairs. Room 218.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
Through May 10, 2019
This exhibit commemorates the 140th anniversary of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Using materials from Becker Library’s archival collections, the exhibit highlights some of the hospital’s most notable achievements from its founding in 1879 to the present-day institution. Free and open to all.
Through June 2019
Buzz Spector, professor of art at the Sam Fox School, explores books both in concept and as materials for his artwork. An exhibit of his art, in various forms, is on view this spring in Olin Library’s Thomas Gallery.