Free concert series. Be sure to join us at 7:10 p.m., prior to the concert, for our pre-concert series, Notes to Munch On, to meet the artists and to take a glimpse inside the music. Danforth Campus, Brookings Quadrangle.
Jeremy Strain, Ances Lab. Sponsored by Knight ADRC Seminar Series. BJH South, East Pavilion Aud.
Open to all WUSTL staff. Special slide presentation by Carol Diaz-Granados (PhD anthropology) looks at the fascinating cultures brought from distant lands to St. Louis, and she discusses why the anthropology lessons taught at the 1904 World’s Fair, although reflecting those times, should not be repeated. Contact: Maureen_Kleekamp@wustl.edu. West Campus, 7425 Forsyth Blvd. 63105, Room 350.
Over the summer, Tuesday Tea gets iced. Swing by the DUC every Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m. for a refreshing drink, snacks and more! Sponsored by Summer School and DUC. Danforth University Center, Tisch Commons.
Open to all WUSTL faculty, staff and graduate students. Come see what Toastmasters is all about! This friendly public speaking club is a great place to develop your presentation and leadership skills, as well make new friends from across Wash U’s campus. NEW SUMMER LOCATION – From May 17 to Aug. 9 – Umrath Hall, Room 140.
Stop by the Fun Room in the Danforth University Center for a mid-week treat. Watch TV, play some pool or foosball, and enjoy free popcorn.
The Office of Sustainability and Human Resources Dept. are excited to announce a new Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program partnership with Local Farmer CSA. WashU staff, faculty and students at the West, North and Danforth campuses are invited to sign up as a CSA member and receive a weekly or biweekly Crop Box filled with locally grown produce, fruit, etc., from 4 to 6 p.m. West Campus, 7509 Forsyth, back parking lot (inside the parking garage if inclement weather).
Seminar: “Advances in Palliative Care and Hospice Research: Improving the Quality of Care for Patients with Life-Limiting Illnesses”
Patrick White, chief medical officer, BJC Hospice, as part of the Inst. for Public Health’s Summer Program Seminar Series. Medical Campus, Taylor Ave. Bldg., Room 2131.
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.
Meets on the second and fourth Thursday each month. Toastmasters International is a learn-by-doing workshop. The club offers opportunities to network with Toastmasters in the greater St. Louis area and around the globe at regional meetings and international conferences. Contact: Ariana Jasarevic at email@example.com. Medical Campus, Mid Campus Center (MCC), 2nd floor Conf. Room 2057.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
On view March 3 through Aug. 26. Features photographs, video oral histories, and a sculptural installation. Once the largest African-American cemetery in the St. Louis area, the cemetery now reveals decades of neglect and systematic racial injustice. Opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 3. The Sheldon Art Galleries (in Grand Center), 3648 Washington Blvd.
On view April 7 through August 6. Opening reception on April 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery.
Member preview from 6 to 7 p.m. Public reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Exhibition on view from May 12 through Aug. 6. Kemper Art Museum, Ebsworth Gallery.
On view from June 1 through August 31. Open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Founded in 1902, the Jewish Hospital of St. Louis was originally intended to aid Jewish refugees and immigrants to the St. Louis area, but in practice served patients of all religions. Sponsored by Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives. Becker Medical Library, 7th floor, Glaser Gallery.
Art in Farrell exhibition features the hand blown glass of Jeannette Wong-Siegel. On view from June 7 through Sept. 6 in the 2nd floor Hearth of the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, 520 S. Euclid Ave. 63110. Kevin at 314-747-3284.
(July 14 to 28) The Washington University Summer Writers Institute is an intensive, two-week program featuring workshops in fiction, micro fiction, modern humor, personal narrative, playwriting, and poetry, as well as reading and individual conferences with instructors.