Starting July 1, Washington University in St. Louis will offer its students, faculty and staff a new, free phone-based app designed to address and promote personal safety both on and off campus. WashU Safe replaces Noonlight and offers enhanced security features.
The Washington University Sentinel, a new safety and security mobile app for the Danforth and Medical campuses, is now available. The app is free and provides students, faculty and staff easy access to emergency numbers, crime alerts and safety tips.
Two Washington University in St. Louis administrators are receiving the Campus Leader Who Cares Award, presented by the Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association. Steven P. Hoffner, associate vice chancellor for operations, and H. Holden Thorp, PhD, provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, are receiving the award for their commitment to and focus on environmental stewardship, health and safety issues at WUSTL and beyond.
In the wake of the horrific tragedy that occurred on April 16 at Virginia Tech University, Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton sent a message to all Washington University students, faculty and staff.