01/23- A service trip to El Salvador and discovering the beauty and community at weekly Mass in college led Christopher Collins, S.J., on his journey to becoming a Jesuit.
01/23- The two-day April event showcasing pediatrics research will feature a guest lecture and panel discussion with a visiting scholar. Abstracts for presentations at the event's research symposium are due by Friday, Jan. 26.
01/23- February deadlines for events and non-food booths for the annual program's week-long celebration of the global SLU community have been announced.
01/23- The study seeks to interview women who entered graduate school following time away from school after finishing their undergraduate educations.
01/19- The center will accept applications for its two semester fellowship through Friday, Feb. 23, and will host a series of required pre-application information sessions.
01/19- Intuitive U, a six-week course developed for SLU students by the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, includes discussions about developing healthy relationships with food and finding peace with a person's body size. The class is open to all SLU undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
01/19- The annual Faculty and Staff Retreat will consider how God is at work in the world. The retreat's registration deadline is Friday, Feb. 23.
01/19- The week's theme is "From Broken Walls, We Build Bridges: Out of Conflict Rises Communities," and features speakers, presentations from international nonprofit organizations and student panels, and runs from Monday, Jan. 22, through Friday, Jan. 26.
01/19- Eighteen students who excel in their studies and contribute to the SLU community through service, leadership and dedication to living SLU's mission will be honored through the Spirit of the Billiken Senior Recognition program along with their mentors in March.
01/19- The virtual tour includes 18 stops and is guided by current SLU students. The new tour allows prospective students and their families to explore SLU from the comfort of their own homes before they visit campus in person.
01/18- The sale for discounted tickets to the singer's April show at Chaifetz Arena runs one day.
01/18- Saint Louis University is competing with more than 20 other Jesuit institutions to be the fittest in the land through the February fitness challenge.
01/18- Prospective scholars now have until Friday, Feb. 9, to apply for the federally-funded scholarships that support students from groups traditionally under-represented in higher education in pursuing doctoral study.
01/16- Copies of the University's annual fact book can be ordered through University Marketing and Communications. The updated fact book includes enrollment figures, the latest SLU rankings and honors and information about academics, student life and other topics
01/16- Registration is open for the retreat sponsored by the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning and Office of Faculty Affairs.
01/16- The Office of the Chief Innovation Officer and Academic Technology Commons will host a series of town hall meetings where students, faculty and staff can learn about a new grant program for projects that employ technology creatively to solve real-world dilemmas.
01/16- The April race and family fun walk will benefit SLU's Helping Our Own Fund and celebrates the University's bicentennial. The run's course will circle the northern end of SLU's Midtown campus.
01/16- The changes will impact the price of First-Class and Priority Mail. The new rates take effect on Sunday, Jan. 21.
01/11- The patches will be sent out on Monday, Jan. 15, and will automatically install after 4 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 19.
01/11- The three interview weekends for the Presidential Scholarship and Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship will take place in February and March. SLU faculty and staff members are needed to serve as interviewers.
01/11- A one-day presale is on for the June 30 "Sugarland" tour coming to Chaifetz Arena. The presale began at 10 a.m. and ends at 10 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 11.
01/10- Teams are developing plans to increase housing occupancy, optimize student fees, build more industry partnerships and improve ways of working for faculty and staff.
01/09- Children ages 4 to 11 can learn a cheer and dance routine from SLU's dance and cheer teams during the clinic. Those taking part in the clinic will perform at halftime during a womens basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 4.
01/05- What the SLU users he helps daily may not know is that Ted Rubright is a Juilliard-trained percussionist who has performed with the St. Louis Symphony and is now a budding artist whose work has been featured in the popular Urban Wanderers art exhibit that benefits Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Learn more in this Staff Spotlight.
01/05- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff and students as 2017 drew to a close.
01/05- The interdisciplinary group will focus on book and article writing. Four to six members are sought, with priority given to assistant and associate professors.
01/04- University users may experience slower internet speeds on Tuesday, Jan. 9, as ITS installs new security measures on SLU's network.
01/02- Newslink will begin introducing changes to its published editions as part of a redesign initiative aimed at improving SLU's nearly 20-year-old newsletter.
01/02- Applications including password.slu.edu, SLU Appointments and Banner Self-Service, will be unavailable for part of Sunday, Jan. 7, due to security patch installation.
01/02- Eight staff and faculty members from across the University were honored on Friday, Dec. 15, at the YWCA's annual Leaders in the Workplace Luncheon for their contributions to SLU and their impacts the wider St. Louis community.
12/21- The updates will take place between Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Saturday, Jan. 6, at buildings and residence halls throughout campus.
12/21- As SLU-Madrid celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, supporting students as they pursue truth and develop as men and women for others is very much on the minds of the Madrid campus’s faculty and staff.
12/19- Regular shuttle service will run as scheduled until Friday, Dec. 22. There will be no shuttle or SLU Ride Day time service between Monday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Jan. 1, and other changes will be in effect until Friday, Jan. 12.
12/15- The University's student postal service will be closed from Saturday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Jan. 1, with intermittent closures planned in January before the spring semester begins.
12/15- December’s security patches are now available for all University PC users. The patches were sent out on Monday, Dec. 18, and will automatically install on Friday, Dec. 22.
12/15- As part of the GrowingSLU initiative, four new collection bins for donation to the organization which serves St. Louisians have been placed around campus. The first donation bin was set up earlier this year.
12/14- Graduate students honed their digital humanities skills to create an interactive Web site chronicling urban life in the fifth century CE while learning how the tech world can benefit from the skills they build as humanities scholars.
12/14- The Missouri State Board of Education voted unanimously to renew the charter of the City Garden Montessori Charter School on Friday, Dec. 1, granting its first decade-long renewal to the SLU-sponsored school.
12/13- As Saint Louis University anticipates the coming holiday break, Newslink is seeking photo submissions showing the season's good will and cheer for an end-of-semester photo story to be published on Friday, Dec. 22.
12/12- Lauren Arnold, Ph.D., from the College for Public Health and Social Justice is the event's keynote speak and recipient of the Nancy McNeir Ring Award for Excellence in Teaching. She will speak to SLU's newest graduates at this year's midyear commencement celebration.
12/12- As the University prepares to close for the winter break, the department has recommendations for cleaning up and shutting down offices and labs.
12/11- In a message to the SLU community Monday, University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., said provisions in the bills would be detrimental to higher education.
12/08- Poets&Quants for Undergrads, a leading online publication covering undergraduate business education news ranked SLU's John Cook School of Business in the top 82 business schools in the country.
12/08- Students, faculty and staff members can submit their questions in advance of a town hall meeting with the six finalists interviewing to be the City of St. Louis's next police chief that will be hosted at the School of Law on Thursday, Dec. 14.
12/08- As the semester winds down and days grow colder, Saint Louis University's published authors have recommendations for great books to begin your New Year.
12/07- The Office of International Services has announced the winners of the University’s annual international photo contest.
12/07- Ambassador and Civil Rights legend Andrew Young will give the keynote speech at the 2018 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Tribute in January.
12/07- The study's second phase seeks adults age 65 or older in order to study the right dosage of a new flu vaccine currently under development.
12/07- University Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., has announced the creation of two new faculty-led groups that will influence SLU's academic direction in the near future and long-term.
12/05- The City of St. Louis’s Citizen Advisory Committee will hold an informational panel on community policing in St. Louis from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7.
12/05- This year’s “MOVE Holiday Bazaar” has been canceled due to low registration.
12/05- Christopher Collins, S.J., assistant to the president for mission and identity, invites the SLU community to take pause for a moment on Wednesdays as part of a new initiative, the "Examen."
12/05- While many SLU students will head home for winter break, the players on SLU's award-winning chess team have their eyes locked on a national intercolleagiate tournament after playing internationally last month.
12/05- The weeklong celebration of diversity and global citizenship will kick off on Sunday, April 8, and run through Friday, April 13. David Miliband, the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, will deliver the week's keynote address.
12/05- The new retreat is open to all SLU undergraduate and graduate students and will focus on "finding God in all things' through activities from large group discussion to personal reflection time.
12/05- The series begins tonight with the University's Concert Band and will conclude on Monday, Dec. 11.
12/02- Christmas – and its snows – came early to Saint Louis University this year, as the SLU community enjoyed s'mores, friends and the lighting of the University Christmas tree on the University quad.
12/01- As part of its Dec. 7 holiday celebration, SLU's bookstore has partnered with the University's legal clinic to collect warm clothing for those in need this holiday season.
12/01- The two brown bag sessions are geared toward researchers who are completing federal grants and contracts that fall under certain information security regulations.
12/01- SLU students can save 25 percent on tickets to the Dec. 29 concert and quantitities are limited.