SLU Announcements

Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.

  • 09/18- The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement's moderated panel discussion, “Reflecting in the Wake of the Stockley Verdict” has been postponed. The panel will be rescheduled.

  • 09/15- The Center for Global Citizenship and the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement held open hours Friday for anyone who wanted to meet and discuss the Stockley case. There are more opportunities to meet for dialogue and reflection about the case and its outcome this week.

  • 09/15- Scholars and academic leaders from across the country will gather to consider the 50-year legacy of a clarion call in Catholic higher education, the Land O'Lakes Statement on the Nature of the Contemporary Catholic University, at a symposium organized in honor of Saint Louis University's bicentennial, beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

  • 09/15- SLU alumnus John O'Leary (Cook '99) will share his story of resilience in the face of adversity with the SLU community in a special set of talks on Sept. 26 at the Center for Global Citizenship and at the Learning Resources Center.

  • 09/15- Saint Louis University will mark 53 years since the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke to a standing-room crowd in the then-West Pine Gymnasium, now the Center for Global Citizenship, on Oct. 12. In honor of King's visit, SLU faculty, students and staff member will read from the transcript of the speech the Civil Rights leader gave during his visit.

  • 09/15- SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital’s Outpatient Services will offer Vitality Checks for 2018 to Saint Louis University Employees.

  • 09/14- The Operational Excellence Program has announced an update on its Student Advising Initiative.

  • 09/14- Opportunities to volunteer and be part of SLU’s Bicentennial Mass and Homecoming and Family weekend remain.

  • 09/14- The Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will be seeling tickets to the Sept. 28 Cardinals vs. Cubs game for $25, beginning on Sept. 14.

  • 09/14- The Paul C. Reinert, S.J. Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning celebrated its 20th anniversary on Aug. 30 as part of its annual open house to welcome new SLU faculty.

  • 09/13- Beginning Monday, Sept. 18, this month's security patches for Microsoft Windows are available. The patches will be sent to all University PCs and will be automatically installed after 4 a.m. on Sept. 22.

  • 09/12- The SLU Bookstore is hosting a one-day flash clearance sale on clothing and gifts on Sept. 14.

  • 09/12- Ten alumni from across the University have been recognized for their achievements and will receive this year’s Alumni Merit Awards.

  • 09/12- Some of the world's leading experts on infectious diseases, virology and immunology have come together at Saint Louis University's School of Medicine to honor the pioneering legacy of SLU researcher R. Mark Buller, Ph.D. at a symposium founded in his memory.

  • 09/11- Clinical psychologist and author John Neafsey, Psy.D., will visit SLU in November as part of the Vocational Inquiry Through Advocacy and Service (VITAS) program. Neafsey will speak on vocations and social consciousness to faculty, staff and students in November.

  • 09/08- The Paul C. Reinert, S.J., Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning announces the next call for applications for the Innovative Teaching Fellowship. The fellowship prepares and supports faculty for teaching in Saint Louis University’s Learning Studio, a highly-flexible, technology-rich experimental classroom. Full-time, permanent teaching faculty members at Saint Louis University are eligible to apply.

  • 09/07- Freshman Amber Joy Wiens won the Parking and Card Services lottery for free parking that covers the fall and spring semesters.

  • 09/07- The Billikens need fan help to beat their own record for highest attendance at a Missouri collegiate women's soccer game when they take on the Kansas Jayhawks on Sept. 8. Discounted tickets for the 7 p.m. game are available to SLU faculty and staff for $5 with promo code Billikens.

  • 09/07- All SLU faculty and staff are invited to attend two Campus Master Plan Open Fora set for later this month. Hastings+Chivetta will present updates on the progress of the campus master planning process and take questions from the University community.

  • 09/06- A message from University Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., about SLU's response to the White House’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

  • 09/06- The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology will host a continuing medical education (CME) symposium, "Mastering Concepts in IBD and IBS: New Therapies, New Paradigms" beginning at 7:30 a.m., Sept. 9. at the Chase Park Plaza.

  • 09/06- The Division of Marketing and Communications is hosting an open casting call for students who want to participate in University commericals and other videos, radio advertising as well as print and web marketing photo shoots on Sept. 12.

  • 09/05- Due to heavier-than-expected use, Transportation Services has updated and adjusted the shuttle routes serving SLU sites along Grand Boulevard. The new routes and other changes took effect on Sept. 5.

  • 09/05- About one fourth of the SLU community will receive the quarterly Technology Satisfaction Survey on Sept. 6.

  • 09/05- As Saint Louis University prepares to kick off more than a year of celebrations for its bicentennial, volunteers are needed to assist with the upcoming Bicentennial Mass Under the Arch on Sept. 23.

  • 09/05- Katie Linder, Ph.D., an expert on academic writing and writing productivity, will lead two sessions of her workshop, “Creating and Maintaining a Scholarly Writing Pipeline,” on Sept. 27. The workshop will focus on providing participants with the tools they need to create and maintain an ongoing scholarship writing pipeline for articles, books, grant proposals and conference proposals. The workshop is for scholars at any stage of an academic career.

  • 09/05- SLU’s Cura program and Human Resources have announced their fall Leadership Series. The first session will be offered Sept. 13.

  • 08/31- In the spirit of Saint Louis University's mission, the SLU community is striving to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey through solidarity in prayer and action.

  • 08/31- A study evaluating an investigational topical treatment in combination with laser therapy for facial acne is seeking participants.

  • 08/31- The Division of Geriatric Medicine invites students from all health care professions to participate in the 4th Interprofessional Geriatric Case Competition.

  • 08/29- Saint Louis University's Student Veterans Association is gathering cards and good wishes for a World War II veteran who will take part in an Honor Flight in September to visit the monument honoring him and other WWII vets in Washington, D.C. The vet, Ray Remiger, 94, is the father of a SLU alumna and assistant professor, and the grandfather of a recent SLU alumnus who will inspired him to take the trip.

  • 08/29- After welcoming its second largest class in history, Saint Louis University continued its celebrations with meet and greets, ice cream socials and spirit competitions as its students, faculty and staff prepared for the start of the 2017-2018 academic year.

  • 08/29- SLU faculty and staff who want to cheer on the men's soccer team as they face the second-ranked Demon Deacons of Wake Forest University on Sept. 2 at the Hermann Stadium can purchase discounted tickets for $5 using the promo code, Billikens.

  • 08/29- A message from University Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., about SLU's response to Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath.

  • 08/29- University staff and faculty can attend any and all volleyball matches in this weekend's Marcia E. Hamilton Classic by showing a valid SLU ID. Faculty and staff members attending the tournament hosted by SLU Volleyball can also receive two free guest passes by showing their IDs.

  • 08/28- The SLU community will gather to pray for those impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 30, at the Clock Tower.

  • 08/28- A Family and Community Medicine research study is seeking romantic couples to volunteer as it examines the influence of hormones on mood and romantic relationships.

  • 08/24- Career Services is seeking volunteers to help with the Fall Career and Graduate School Fair on Sept. 27, in the Busch Student Center.

  • 08/24- Free memberships are available for SLU community members interested in learning about product design and manufacturing through St. Louis’s TechShop.

  • 08/24- SLU faculty and staff members can purchase discounted tickets for the men's soccer team's first regular season game against eighth-ranked Syracuse University on Aug. 25.

  • 08/24- A discount is available for tickets to "Marvel Universe Live! Age of Heroes," a live-action show that will take the Chaifetz Arena by storm from Oct. 26 to 29.

  • 08/22- A collection of articles and essays based on interviews and reflections by SLU activists, faculty, staff and students considers the leadership lessons of "Occupy SLU" and the calls-to-action that became the Clock Tower Accords. The collection was published in Jesuit Higher Education.

  • 08/22- Beginning on Aug. 23, Student Mail Services will be open with new hours of operation.

  • 08/22- Fourteen SLU faculty, staff members and administrators represented the University at the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) conference, “Through the Eye of the Needle, Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education,” at Seattle University from Aug. 10 to 13.

  • 08/18- SLU's Transportation Services has released the fall 2017 shuttle schedule and changes to the campus shuttle service.

  • 08/18- Members of the corps, which combines graduate studies, classroom teaching and an intentional faith community, came together earlier this month to travel to their new classrooms in local Catholic grade and high schools to receive blessings in anticipation of the new school year.

  • 08/18- A round-up of this summer's awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff and students.

  • 08/18- The SLU team for this year's Sista Strut walk to raise awareness about breast cancer's impact on women of color will hold two registration events this month. The first registration event takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Aug. 21, in front of the School of Medicine cafeteria, 3660 Vista Ave.

  • 08/18- Information and Technology Services (ITS) has launched a new self-help portal for SLU faculty, staff and students who need help with technology issues.

  • 08/15- The Pastoral Care Department of SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital is seeking nominations for its 2017 Caring Physician Awards. Those selected will be honored at noon, Oct. 27, in the Hospital Chapel, on the day celebrating St. Luke, the patron saint of doctors and physicians.

  • 08/15- The Saint Louis University Mastersingers are holding auditions to join the choral group. SLU's premier choir rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

  • 08/11- Newslink will begin a new publication schedule for the academic year, running three times a week, effective Monday, Aug. 21.

  • 08/11- Saint Louis University Miracle Network Dance Marathon will host its final Summer Doughnut Sale benefiting Children’s Miracle Network of Greater St. Louis with orders due by noon on Aug. 21. Orders will be delivered on Aug. 22.

  • 08/11- The Aug. 15 Mass in the School of Medicine chapel will celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption. Mass begins at 8:05 a.m. and there will not be a noon Mass.

  • 08/11- Patches to help protect the University’s PCs and other technology resources will be available Aug. 14 for manual installation. The patches will be automatically installed on all SLU PCs by Information Technology Services (ITS) after 4 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 18.

  • 08/07- With the current migration of the University’s email system and accounts, SLU’s Continuing Medical Education (CME) program, CloudCME, will require its users to enter their new email addresses into its database.

  • SLUMA Galleries

    08/04- The Saint Louis University Museum of Art (SLUMA) ranks in the top 50 "Most Impressive" college or university museums nationwide according to College Values Online. This is the third year that SLU's museum has made a national ranking list in recent years and Newslink has a sneak peek at its award-winning galleries.

  • 08/02- The required training on ensuring the physical safety of the University's data, network and other resources must be completed by Oct. 3 through MySLU.

  • Billiken Bookmarks

    07/28- Looking for that next great read? In this last summer 'Bookmark' members of the SLU community share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.

  • 07/28- The University’s annual holiday gift fair returns for its seventh year on Dec. 5 and vendor registration opens this August.