New class of Civic Scholars named

New class of Civic Scholars named

The Gephardt Institute has named its Class of 2019 group of Civic Scholars. Sixteen sophomores, in Arts & Sciences and the Sam Fox School, have been chosen for the program’s latest cohort.

Next ‘St. Louis Up Close’ to look at art and community building

Art and community building in St. Louis is the next social issue to be explored in “St. Louis Up Close,” a series sponsored by WUSTL’s Gephardt Institute for Public Service and the Community Service Office. “Art and Community Building: Cherokee Street and Beyond,” will be held at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 21 in the Liberman Graduate Center, DUC 300.

Community forum on U.S. prison system offered Nov. 8

A group of Washington University students, in collaboration with the Missouri History Museum and Gephardt Institute of Public Service, will present a two-part community forum on the evolution of the U.S. prison-industrial complex titled “The Criminal Brand: America’s Invisible Class,” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Missouri History Museum.

Gephardt Institute selects new class of Civic Scholars

The Gephardt Institute for Public Service at Washington University in St. Louis has selected seven juniors as the second cohort of its Civic Scholars Program, joining five seniors selected last year. The students were chosen from a competitive pool for their outstanding qualifications, exemplary dedication to community engagement and potential for civic leadership.

Loop revitalization and impact subject of Nov. 8 dialogue

“The Delmar Loop: Revitalization and Its Impact,” will be the subject of a discussion at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in Brown Hall Lounge. The event is part of “St. Louis Up Close,” an ongoing series of casual dialogues with St. Louis leaders about social issues.
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