The MacArthur fellow and author of this year's first-year reading book Just Mercy urged a packed crowd of SLU students, faculty and staff Thursday to be agents of change.
The Office of the Vice President for Research has awarded $15,000 dispersed to several projects across the University.
In statements released by the ACCU and AJCU, dozens of Catholic higher education leaders are raising a collective voice for immigrants.
With the funding, Bruce O'Neill, Ph.D., will conduct fieldwork in Bucharest to further his research, “The Underground: Urbanism and its Roots in Romania.”
Research from Saint Louis University finds that male and female same-sex partnered patients fail to identify as such in medical records and that failure may contribute to poorer health outcomes.
A first of its kind fetal surgery in Heidelberg, Germany was made possible by the expert guidance of SLUCare pediatric neurosurgery and fetal care experts in St. Louis.
The groups came together with local clergy on Nov. 21, to call on Gov. Jay Nixon during his last weeks in office to commute the sentences of 15 women, most of whom are victims of domestic violence.
William P. Johnson, a SLU law professor and highly regarded scholar of international business law, has been named to replace retiring dean Michael Wolff.
Eleven University faculty and staff members were recognized as the fall 2016 SLU Stars in a ceremony on Nov. 17.
Students were tasked with identifying the next market Southwest Airlines should target, and the winners received roundtrip travel prizes.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine have ranked Saint Louis University’s graduate business entrepreneurship program No. 18 in the country, up from 23 last year.
Facilities Services’ Department of Sustainability and Benchmarking coordinated a number of engaging events throughout the month centered around three themes: energy conservation, alternative transportation and food waste diversion.
Paul J. Hauptman, M.D., a SLUCare cardiologist specializing in heart failure and professor of internal medicine at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Saint Louis University researchers report new information about conditions that can cause the earth's tectonic plates to sink into the earth.
Stemming from University’s strategic plan and campus master planning process, the redevelopment effort seeks to better connect the north and south campuses by encouraging others to invest in the area.
The Maternal Child and Family Health Coalition (MCHFC) honored two Saint Louis University professors for their leadership in improving the health of babies and families in the St. Louis region.
An assistant professor at the College for Public Health and Social Justice has received a $50,000 grant to study an initiative designed to improve access to health care for low-income, uninsured or Medicaid patients.
A professor, a student and a community make a difference in the world as a writing assignment turns into a real-world policy.
SLU's vaccine center soon will soon begin a phase 1 safety trial of an investigational vaccine designed to prevent Zika virus infection, which can cause devastating birth defects and other health problems.
This year, the organization has focused its efforts on creating an opportunity for open dialogue through events like Islam Awareness Week and the annual Fast-a-thon.
The team won the division championship in Springfield, Missouri, last month, and is taking part in a national tournament in Foley, Alabama, Nov. 17-20.
SLU is one of 11 colleges and universities to receive the National Science Foundation grant. SLU’s team will focus on making mathematics instruction more effective for business students.
The 86 students were selected for their academic success, capacity for leadership and achievement in their respective fields. The four faculty inductees were chosen based on distinguished scholarship, leadership and service to allied health education.
Medical students at Saint Louis University honored those who donated their bodies for medical education with an interfaith memorial service Friday.
Run by SLUCare physician Jaye Shyken, M.D., the WISH Center at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital provides comprehensive, high-risk maternity care for women who are dependent on opioid drugs.
Benjamin Looker, Ph.D., received the Kenneth Jackson Award, which is given to the best book in North American urban history.
The SAC baked and packed Halloween cookies and piñatas for soldiers deployed to Afghanistan.
SLU's School of Law hosted a naturalization ceremony Friday, Oct. 28, which Dean Michael Wolff, J.D., recognized as "an opportunity to reaffirm our faith in the American dream."
The hackers worked in teams around the clock for 48 hours Oct. 21-22, to develop their ideas.
About 55 families and students joined in the service project on Thursday, Oct. 20.
SLU researchers report new findings about how the immune system directs T cells to learn tolerance for the body's own cells.
The grant to Istvan Kiss, Ph.D., will support two of his graduate students, who will visit Brazil during spring and summer of 2017.
Saint Louis University Center for Vaccine Development researchers have identified a potential new target for vaccines to be protective against Chagas disease, tuberculosis and AIDS, as well as other diseases.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, more than 3,500 students, faculty, staff and alumni participated by volunteering at sites across the St. Louis region.
SLU is examining whether a therapy for groups of patients with Alzheimer's disease can be tweaked to enhance the quality of life and relationships between individual caregivers and their loved ones.
Chosen from a highly competitive pool of applicants, Amanda Cox, Ph.D., and Scott Sell, Ph.D., joined 50 of the nation’s engineering educators for a National Academy of Engineering symposium.
The University is the first institution in the country to receive this prestigious recognition nine consecutive years.
The National Pancreas Foundation recognizes excellence in multidisciplinary care at SLU.
The award recognizes outstanding global business leaders and high-achieving students in the field of international business.
On Oct. 10, SLU's Closed Point of Dispensing team conducted an exercise to practice supplying life-saving medications in the event of a biological attack.
The St. Louis Space Frontier, the local chapter of the National Space Society, chose Parks for its historic contribution to aerospace engineering and space exploration.
Seventeen members and guests of the University community yesterday took part in reading aloud King's SLU address on Oct. 12, 1964.
The Princeton Review's "Guide to 361 Green Colleges: 2016 Edition" profiles colleges and universities with the most exceptional commitments to sustainability.
The two-day program at the School of Law was sponsored by the SLU Law Journal and featured keynote speaker Stephen Bright, J.D., president and senior counsel at Southern Center for Human Rights.
The novelist joins other prestigious writers as a recipient of one of the top literary prizes in the country.
SLU is examining an investigational vaccine for a new strain of bird flu, which potentially could mutate to become pandemic.
A small nutrition and dietetics study gives important clues about why it's tough for touring performers to eat healthy.
Biology Professor Allison Miller, Ph.D., will lead a Missouri-based team of researchers in understanding how root systems of grapevines affect the vine’s stems, leaves and fruits — the parts of perennial plants used most commonly in food production
For 32 years, Cooke was a member of the School of Nursing faculty. She taught courses in adult health before retiring in 2014.
More than 375 people attended Social Justice Night last month, which featured keynote speaker Sister Simone Campbell.
The award will fund research to build robustness of virtual cloud-computing networks that could be deployed in cases where traditional networks suffer from high congestion.
MEDLaunch, a nonprofit, biomedical and entrepreneurship incubator partnering with SLU and other organizations in the area, kicked off its second year by recruiting new team members.
The University's redesigned site has been named "Best in Class" in the University category.
The event on West Pine Mall marked the last official construction milestone before the residence hall opens for first- and second-year students in fall 2017.
Through their professional successes and significant contributions to the community, this group of people has brought honor to both the University and the law school by demonstrating SLU's mission.
The weekend included class reunions, fundraisers and service projects.
The event began last year as a way to inspire minority and underserved youth to develop an interest in aerospace careers.
Jason Windett, Ph.D., is part of a research team using new methods of text and network analysis to understand how policies spread through the American states.
The $1.87 million grant will go toward strengthening behavioral health training for family physicians, who often are the primary physician seen by many adults and children, and medical family therapists.
Jenna Gorlewicz, Ph.D., received grants for projects to increase the social abilities of robots, and to develop touchscreen technology for students with visual impairments.