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Released: May 24, 2016
At its annual ceremony on May 18, 22 staff and three faculty members were honored for their service to SLU.
Submitted by: Meredith McLaughlin
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Released: May 24, 2016
SLU is the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River to celebrate 200 years. Planning is underway for the 16-month celebration.
Submitted by: Bicentennial Steering Committee
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Released: May 19, 2016
The agreement will allow Logan students to take courses toward earning a SLU business certificate or degree while earning their Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree.
Submitted by: Camilla Ferrario Hall
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Released: May 17, 2016
This year’s campus move-out program collected approximately 10,450 pounds of goods, which were donated to five organizations that support people in need.
Submitted by: Abby Kansal
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Released: May 16, 2016
View photos from Saturday's ceremony, where nearly 2,600 graduates become "sons and daughters of Saint Louis University forever."
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: May 09, 2016
Betty Chen, a third-year student at the SLU School of Medicine, received a fellowship to research education levels of school age children, parents and teachers in the St. Louis area.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Newsroom|Medical_Center|Research|School_of_Medicine
Released: May 09, 2016
Asen was an associate professor of Biblical studies who joined the SLU faculty in 1983. He died Friday, May 6, at the age of 72.
Submitted by: Eizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
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Released: May 05, 2016
The new space, located in Wuller Hall, aims to provide military-affiliated students a central site for socializing and studying on campus.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: May 04, 2016
The chair of SLU’s biology department, Wood has been a member of the University faculty for more than 20 years.
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Released: April 29, 2016
The School of Law Legal Clinics has partnered with St. Louis Housing Authority (SLHA) for a $100,000 grant to create a youth re-entry program in St. Louis.
Submitted by: Jessica Lillie Ciccone
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Released: April 28, 2016
The Office of Alumni Engagement recognized 18 students last week for their excellence in academics, leadership, service and commitment to “living the mission” of SLU after graduation.
Submitted by: Kari Hinkle
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Released: April 28, 2016
The Women's Commission held its 40th annual Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon yesterday, April 27.
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Released: April 27, 2016
Best known as a novelist, Ondaatje’s work also encompasses poetry, memoir and film. His transcendent novel "The English Patient" became a multiple Academy Award-winning film, including the best picture in 1997.
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Released: April 27, 2016
The second five-day course of the year brought in 97 participants from across the country and world, to study medical and legal issues confronting those who investigate deaths.
Submitted by: Tammi Mooshegian
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Released: April 26, 2016
The Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation will partner with SLU to provide clinical care, support and research for those with Charcot-Marie-Tooth and inherited neuropathies.
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Released: April 26, 2016
Jeremy Goss was received the 2016 medical school student award that is named for a pioneering doctor who fought discrimination.
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Released: April 26, 2016
Organized by the Micah Program, the annual Student Conference on Urban Poverty Studies took place Monday, April 18 at Il Monestero.
Submitted by: Debbie Wilson
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Released: April 22, 2016
Deborah Loman was selected by St. Louis Magazine as one of the top nurse educators in the region. She was tied for the top educator award with Elizabeth Alseth of St. Louis Children's Hospital.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: April 22, 2016
The annual campaign ran from Feb. 7 to April 2, and resulted in a total of nearly 425,000 pounds of waste diverted from landfills.
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Released: April 21, 2016
Public health faculty member Alexander Garza, M.D., MPH, receives one of UMKC’s most prestigious honors.
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Released: April 21, 2016
The group of faculty, residents and medical students joined others from around the state on April 13, to advocate for children and family issues.
Submitted by: Linda Shaw
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Released: April 20, 2016
More than 1,500 people participated in the 12-hour long experience to raise money for local and national support for cancer patients.
Submitted by: Alex Dagostino
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Released: April 18, 2016
MAGIS/World Youth Day with Pope Francis brings together young people from across the world interested in Ignatian spirituality.
Submitted by: Sue Chawszczewski
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Released: April 14, 2016
Most of the grant will go directly to student scholarship. Additional funding will bolster support structures such as on-campus events with industry professionals.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
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Released: April 14, 2016
Gary Bledsoe, Ph.D., who has been at SLU since 1999, previously served as interim department chair from 2012-14, and was promoted to full professor in 2015.
Submitted by: Chris Penberthy
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: April 12, 2016
Ten members of the University community were recognized as the Spring 2016 SLU Stars in a ceremony on Thursday, March 31.
Submitted by: Learning and Development | Human Resources
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Released: April 08, 2016
SLU's nursing school is among five in the nation to use an interactive tool to teach screening for alcohol abuse.
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Released: April 06, 2016
Boeing executive Leanne Caret and St. Louis entrepreneur Darryl Jones were elected during the Board's Feb. 27 meeting. Their three-year terms begin immediately.
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Released: April 05, 2016
The Rodney M. Coe Distinction in Community Service Program is a longitudinal, faculty-mentored community service program at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: April 05, 2016
The SLU Health Sciences Collaborative Research Institute grants provide health science researchers from various disciplines seed money for research projects.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: April 05, 2016
John Cook School of Business students took part in the 11th annual service day on Friday, April 1, working to enhance a youth activity center available for St. Louis city children.
Submitted by: Camilla Hall
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Released: April 04, 2016
The former director and superior of White House Retreat and longtime SLU administrator for development, mission and ministry and admissions died on Easter Sunday, March 27.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
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Released: April 01, 2016
Researchers examine human heart tissue to gauge smoking's damage.
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Released: April 01, 2016
Keep up with the most current visual and performing arts opportunities on and around SLU's midtown campus.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
Tagged: Arts|1_Announcement|Newsroom
Released: March 31, 2016
The associate professor of political science will conduct research in Colombia this spring to better understand the factors that impact implementation of sustainable development policies.
Submitted by: Ellen Carnaghan
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Released: March 31, 2016
The assistant professor of Russian is one of 12 Russian teachers to receive the grant, which will support her development of online resources to further students’ cultural competency.
Submitted by: Kathleen Llewellyn
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Released: March 29, 2016
Ted Ahn, Ph.D., has been awarded a two-year $174,174 grant to support his research on "Accelerating Human Microbiome Analysis using Lightning-Fast Cloud Computing."
Submitted by: Jeremy Nagle
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 29, 2016
Joan Dodgson, Ph.D., is a globally renowned expert in the field of maternal child medicine, and becomes the first recipient of the Patricia and James R. Hemak Endowed Professorship in Maternal Child Health.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom|Home-RSS
Released: March 28, 2016
Cells have strategies to get back on track after replication stress.
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|Health|Home-RSS|Medical_Center|Newsroom|School_of_Medicine|Med_Newsroom
Released: March 24, 2016
A SLU scientist is honored for advancing potential treatments in many areas.
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Released: March 23, 2016
Funded by Ultragenyx Pharmaceuticals, Fran Sverdrup, Ph.D., will continue promising research for a treatment for muscular dystrophy.
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Released: March 23, 2016
Andrew Hall, D.Sc., and Kirubahara Vaheesan, M.D., were awarded funding to research techniques to improve treatment for prostatic hyperplasia.
Submitted by: Sue Ratz
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom
Released: March 23, 2016
Verna Hendricks-Ferguson, Ph.D., a national leader in caring for those who are critically ill, was one of only seven nurses in the nation to be honored.
Tagged: 1_News|Med_Newsroom|Newsroom|School_of_Nursing|Home-RSS
Released: March 22, 2016
Barbara Ulmasov, Ph.D., is the lead author of a paper that helps us better understand pancreatic disease.
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Newsroom|Research|School_of_Medicine
Released: March 22, 2016
High school students from across the country and world took part in the competitive interview process March 18-19, welcomed by Dr. Pestello and other SLU leaders.
Submitted by: Andrea Hitsman
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 18, 2016
Each year SLU School of Medicine fourth-year students participate in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). NRMP annually matches students with their preferred choice for residency programs.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: March 15, 2016
A Phase III clinical trial will enroll patients with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
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Released: March 15, 2016
New data grid allows researchers to leverage findings faster.
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Released: March 14, 2016
Charles Huddleston, M.D., professor of cardiothoracic surgery at Saint Louis University School of Medicine and a SLUCare surgeon at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, is the 2016 recipient of The Marfan Foundation's Hero with a Heart Award.
Tagged: 1_News|Health|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Medical_Center|Newsroom|School_of_Medicine|SLUCare
Released: March 14, 2016
The Remote Sensing Lab, led by Abuduwasiti Wulamu, Ph.D., has been awarded grants from the NSF and NASA to utilize data collected by drones to tackle food security issues.
Submitted by: Robert McNair
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 11, 2016
Ajay Jain, M.D., a SLUCare pediatric gastroenterologist, received a $703,620 grant from the National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to continue studying strategies for PN-associated disorders.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: March 11, 2016
Lazar was chosen because of his ability to tell stories that seamlessly “mingle fact and fiction,” exploring iconic figures and collective memory.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 09, 2016
Saint Louis University School of Medicine recently held its 51st annual Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society medical student research forum, showcasing the top research of medical students.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
Tagged: 1_News|Health|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Medical_Center|Newsroom|School_of_Medicine
Released: March 09, 2016
On Feb. 23, stakeholders from both institutions came together to discuss opportunities for collaboration, such as internships and mentorship programs.
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 07, 2016
Jeff Ma, Ph.D., (Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering) received the grant for "Collaborative Research: Investigation of material removal in impact machining by loose abrasives."
Submitted by: Sue Ratz
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom
Released: March 04, 2016
The SLU president will hit three major cities during his trip, meeting with SLU alumni, admitted students and educational partners.
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Released: March 04, 2016
"E-Week" featured career exploration opportunities, a special Weekly Innovation Challenge, the sixth annual Billiken BEAMS competition and more.
Submitted by: Rachel Rimmerman
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 04, 2016
Eastern Orthodox Metropolitan Kallistos Ware presented “In the Image and Likeness of God: The Human Person in Orthodox Spirituality" Thursday evening to a packed crowd in DuBourg Hall.
Submitted by: Peter Martens
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: March 01, 2016
SLU has been named one of 2016’s "Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs" by the Center for Higher Education Enterprise.
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Released: February 29, 2016
Fresh Gathering diners didn’t recognize this quintessential survival food that was the mainstay of Thursday’s lunch.
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Released: February 26, 2016
Michelle Sabick, Ph.D., has been named the next dean, effective July 1. She is currently the chair of the department of biomedical engineering in Parks College.
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom
Released: February 25, 2016
The coding competition expects to attract more than 2,500 developers to Chaifetz Arena.
Tagged: Newsroom|Home-RSS
Released: February 23, 2016
Rabia Rahman says the college-age population is particularly impacted by eating disorders.
Tagged: 1_News|Doisy_College_of_Health_Sciences|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Medical_Center|Newsroom|Health
Released: February 23, 2016
St. Louis's black community, as well as other Jesuits at the University, played vital roles in influencing the mindset of Catholic leaders and changing education policies in the region.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Krasnoff Holzer
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: February 22, 2016
The researchers' breakthrough will help improve HIV drugs.
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|Health|Home-RSS|Newsroom|School_of_Medicine|Med_Newsroom|Medical_Center
Released: February 22, 2016
Each episode of 'SLU Law Summations' will examine timely legal topics important to the law school that have a general audience interest.
Submitted by: Jessica Ciccone
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom
Released: February 18, 2016
SLUCare OB/GYN Patrick Yeung, M.D., argues that while invasive procedures like in vitro fertilization can be successful, they don’t address the underlying health issues causing the infertility.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Medical_Center|Newsroom|School_of_Medicine|SLUCare
Released: February 17, 2016
A SLU contingent met with local and national officials in Belize City as part of an effort to build on successes achieved through the Belize 2020 project.
Submitted by: Bobby Wassel
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Released: February 12, 2016
Nearly 120 students and host families attended the Feb. 5 celebration hosted by the Chinese Students and Scholars Association, which consisted of performances, activities and traditional Chinese cuisine.
Submitted by: Lulu Dong
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: February 10, 2016
Jin Huang, Ph.D., is a member of a SLU research team that studied smoking among teens in China.
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|Home-RSS|Med_Newsroom|Newsroom|College_for_Public_Health_and_Social_Justice
Released: February 09, 2016
More than 250 people attended Monday's's presentation about the new program, and 70 participants tuned in online.
Submitted by: Maria Tsikalas
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Released: February 08, 2016
Nicole Burkemper, a SLUCare dermatologist and associate professor of dermatology at SLU, shares her tips for updating your skin regimen for the season.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: February 05, 2016
Alexander Garza, M.D. MPH, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice, as well as Chair and Professor in Environmental & Occupational Health at Saint Louis University's College of Public Health and Social Justice, said the challenge with Zika is that facts are still emerging and not much is known about the disease.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: February 05, 2016
Fellows receive a year of support to assist in completing their dissertations without other responsibilities.
Submitted by: Angie Rellergert
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: February 04, 2016
Dr. George Thoma led SLU Medical Center from 1973-86.
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Released: January 29, 2016
A SLUCare clinical psychologist uses exposure therapy to counter the debilitating effect of fears and phobias.
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Released: January 28, 2016
Following cochlear implant surgery, audiologists at SLU's Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic helped Margie Aguado re-train her brain to understand speech and sound in a new way.
Tagged: 1_News|College_of_Arts_and_Sciences|Home-RSS|Newsroom
Released: January 26, 2016
The joint pilot project between the law and business schools aims to invest in parts of the city that have experienced disinvestment and segregation.
Submitted by: Jessica L. Ciccone
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Released: January 26, 2016
Adoptees from China took part in a class to gain cooking skills and learn more about authentic Chinese dishes.
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Released: January 25, 2016
In addition to being the most liked and shared SLU Facebook post, the video scored high ratings during this year’s local broadcast of the national College Football Championship.
Submitted by: Frank Johnson
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Released: January 19, 2016
Julia Henderson-Kalb, an occupational therapist at Saint Louis University, recommends some simple steps to minimize fall risk.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: January 13, 2016
Expected to open in 2020, the $500 million project includes a hospital and ambulatory care center.
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Released: January 13, 2016
Civil rights activist Diane Nash spoke about her experiences with nonviolent activism, and offered advice to those working to "keep the dream alive."
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: January 11, 2016
An analysis of new adult opioid uses supports the conclusion that opioids may cause short-term improvement in mood, but long-term use imposes risk of new-onset depression.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: January 11, 2016
John Morley, M.D., director of geriatrics at SLU, says it never occurred to him not to give patients his phone number.
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Released: January 11, 2016
The work of Jenna Gorlewicz, Ph.D., introduces a new type of tactile learning for blind and visually impaired (BVI) students, especially in STEM fields.
Submitted by: Sue Ratz
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Released: January 11, 2016
The two-minute piece showcases the breadth and depth of the Saint Louis University experience on the St. Louis campus.
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Released: January 07, 2016
SLU Newslink highlights some of the University's biggest developments during the past calendar year.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: January 06, 2016
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VI awards highlight best practices of marketing, communications, development and alumni relations in the Midwest region.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: December 22, 2015
Dr. Pestello recently toured the building, calling the views from the upper floors "spectacular."
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Released: December 22, 2015
Funding from the U.S. Environment Protection Agency’s Environmental Education Program will help support a partnership between SLU and Missouri Botanical Garden on the St. Louis Ozone Garden initiative.
Submitted by: Sara Hendrixson
Tagged: 1_News|1_Press_Release|College_of_Arts_and_Sciences|Newsroom
Released: December 18, 2015
Research on police shootings by Keon Gilbert, DrPH, identifies solutions to address a timely problem.
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Released: December 16, 2015
The enhanced exhibit space is also now home to “Where the Rivers Meet,” a large sculpture depicting Jesuit missionary Pierre-Jean De Smet, S.J., with two Native Americans.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: December 15, 2015
The event aimed to express solidarity with Muslim students, faculty and staff and the greater Muslim community.
Submitted by: University Communications
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom|Student_Life_Student_Interest|Jesuit_Mission
Released: December 14, 2015
Mexico has approved the use of a vaccine discovered by a Saint Louis University researcher to protect people from dengue fever.
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Released: December 14, 2015
More than 350 million people are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus. Of those infected, up to 1.2 million die from liver failure and liver cancer each year.
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Released: December 14, 2015
Approximately 300 students graduated in front of family and friends at a ceremony Friday in Chaifetz Arena.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: December 11, 2015
More than 280 employees who reached milestones of 10, 15, and 20 years of service in 2015 were honored at a recognition breakfast Dec. 2.
Submitted by: Learning and Development
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Released: December 11, 2015
After raising more than $1,700, Micah students bought gift cards, toys, books and toiletries for the mothers involved in the Girls’ Night Out program through Caroline Mission Day Care Center.
Submitted by: Debbie Wilson
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Released: December 08, 2015
Dawn Davis, M.D., an assistant professor of family and community medicine, offers some insider tips in order to make doctor's visits run more smoothly.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: December 07, 2015
Researchers believe that chlorinated lipids may hold the key to a quick diagnosis.
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Released: December 04, 2015
Recent Graduates Dedicate a Year of Service as Jesuit Volunteers
Submitted by: University Communications
Tagged: 1_News|Home-RSS|Newsroom|Undergraduate_Admissions|Jesuit_Mission
Released: December 03, 2015
SLU faculty members regularly make headlines for innovative work, but just as often the efforts of support staff help make those projects possible. The University now offers small-group courses for research administrators from all disciplines.
Submitted by: Mike Marcinkowski
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: December 02, 2015
A new drug developed by Thomas Burris, Ph.D., chair of pharmacology and physiology at SLU, and his lab, increases the expression of genes that are known to be low in the brains of autistic patients.
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Released: December 01, 2015
A SLU expert offers eight tips for those with multiple sclerosis and their families.
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Released: November 30, 2015
Dr. Donald Kennedy says if you don't know if you have the flu or a cold, you probably have a cold.
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Released: November 24, 2015
More than 1,200 students participated in the 12-hour Dance Marathon on Nov. 21-22.
Submitted by: Jordan Mary Demanes
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Released: November 24, 2015
SLU is conducting free geriatric screenings Saturday, Dec. 5.
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Released: November 20, 2015
SLU hosted the event Saturday, Nov. 14, which featured the traditional analog circuit blackbox contest, as well as the newly added digital blackbox contest.
Submitted by: Chris Penberthy
Tagged: 1_News|Newsroom
Released: November 19, 2015
Two Saint Louis University School of Medicine students were honored recently at the Mound City Medical Forum scholarship banquet.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: November 18, 2015
Eleven members of the University community were recognized as the Fall 2015 SLU Stars in a ceremony on Thursday, November 12.
Submitted by: Learning and Development | Human Resources
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Released: November 17, 2015
Among the tips to avoid overdoing Thanksgiving: bring something healthy, limit portions, gauge fullness as you eat, ask for a go box.
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Released: November 17, 2015
On Friday, Saint Louis University unveiled its new University and Billiken logos during a special event at Chaifetz Arena. More than 1,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans were in attendance.
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Released: November 16, 2015
Cor Jesu students visit SLU for a career immersion day.
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Released: November 16, 2015
Food startups in the community are sprouting from SLU's Salus Center kitchen.
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Released: November 13, 2015
The anonymous donor’s posthumous gift additionally will be used for academic initiatives and to boost underfunded endowments supporting faculty and academic programs.
Submitted by: Katie O'Connor
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Released: November 13, 2015
Activities were organized around the 25th anniversary of German unification, and focused on what life was like in the East and West sides of Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Submitted by: Annie Smart
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Released: November 12, 2015
The awards were presented during SLU’s first annual Veterans Day celebration luncheon Wednesday.
Submitted by: Maria Tsikalas
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Released: November 12, 2015
Dr. Raymond Slavin is honored by St. Andrews Resources for Seniors System.
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Released: November 11, 2015
A SLU expert explains the mental health benefits of saying thanks.
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Released: November 11, 2015
The Princeton Review called the John Cook School of Business program one of the best for students aspiring to launch their own businesses or build their own startups.
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Released: November 11, 2015
The University continues to take steps to ensure the academic success of student veterans.
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Released: November 10, 2015
Artist Salma Arastu says she paints to express the prayers of her heart. The exhibit is on display at SLU’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art through Dec. 6.
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Released: November 06, 2015
The new instrument can help doctors identify the best candidates for live kidney donation.
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Released: November 06, 2015
Every year, people donate their bodies to SLU School of Medicine's Gift Body Program to educate medical students, allied health students and residents. Med School students honored that donation at a service Nov. 6, 2015.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: November 05, 2015
The goal of the three-year study is to improve health outcomes for immigrants and refugees by developing a program using health coaches who are familiar with participants’ languages and cultures.
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Released: November 05, 2015
Students who attended the APSA conference heard from top scientists about their work and careers in science.
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Released: November 05, 2015
Designed by students in SLU’s Space Systems Research Laboratory, ‘Argus’ was lost after the rocket carrying it failed to reach orbit Tuesday night.
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Released: November 03, 2015
Katherine Mathews, M.D., MPH, MBA, received a $76,547 grant from Missouri Foundation for Health to create an integrated program to help pregnant women and new mothers while reducing infant mortality.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: November 03, 2015
Dozens of people were in attendance, including several government officials, University and student leaders and members of SLU’s Board of Trustees.
Submitted by: Maria Tsikalas
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Released: November 02, 2015
Helen Lach, Ph.D., and Verna Hendricks-Ferguson, Ph.D., were inducted as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing.
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Released: October 30, 2015
The $200,000 grant will support the Associate of Arts degree program and the Prison Arts and Education Program in Bonne Terre, Missouri
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Released: October 29, 2015
The engineering professional society welcomed more than 60 sixth through 12th-graders to campus Saturday, who were challenged to build a “toothbrush robot” and get a glimpse of STEM fields.
Submitted by: Roobik Gharabagi
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Released: October 27, 2015
The Missouri Chapter of the March of Dimes recognized SLU nursing faculty and students at its 2015 Nurse of the Year gala.
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Released: October 27, 2015
SLU’s vaccine center is one of two sites in the nation selected by the NIH to conduct omics research on infectious diseases.
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Released: October 26, 2015
Each year, the Friends organization hosts the annual Diamonds Gala in support of the world-renowned Saint Louis University Liver Center and the life-saving research and treatment they provide to patients from all over the world.
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Released: October 26, 2015
A SLUCare eye doctor offers tips for seeing in the dark.
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Released: October 26, 2015
The event was sponsored by SLU and Belize 2020 - a grassroots group of volunteers focused on improving the quality of life in the Central American nation.
Submitted by: Therese Fink Meyerhoff
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Released: October 23, 2015
Halloween can be a hard holiday for those wearing braces and other orthodontia.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: October 23, 2015
The program is the only on-site degree-granting program in the U.S. that serves both the incarcerated as well as those who work in the facility.
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Released: October 21, 2015
Saint Louis University sent 20 MBA students to Nebraska to spend an afternoon with billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
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Released: October 20, 2015
Ajay Jain, M.D., medical director of the pediatric liver transplant program at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, received a $150,000 grant to study preventative strategies for total parenteral nutrition-associated disorders.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: October 20, 2015
To raise money for the ALS Society, students purchased raffle tickets for the chance to dump water on their professors last Thursday.
Submitted by: Corey Mauer
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Released: October 16, 2015
SLUCare geriatrician Angela Sanford, M.D., says being an active grandparent is great for your health.
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Released: October 15, 2015
Business leaders, educators and students celebrated the official kickoff of the Institute Oct. 7 and recognized Emerson's ongoing support of the University.
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Released: October 14, 2015
Twenty first-year women live together in Walsh and focus specifically on the needs of women living on the margins in American inner cities.
Submitted by: Debbie Wilson
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Released: October 12, 2015
Under her direction, the Emerson Leadership Institute will serve as a "hub" for education and training, research and community engagement on ethical and responsible leadership in business.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: October 06, 2015
A partnership between the Missouri Botanical Garden and SLU, the new five-year fellowship will support training of a doctoral student working in the field of plant conservation genetics/genomics.
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Released: October 05, 2015
CNN is on the road visiting college campuses across America to promote the 2016 presidential campaign debates and will be on the SLU quad from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6.
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Released: September 30, 2015
Check back for continual updates as this story develops.
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Released: September 30, 2015
The network’s interactive, multimedia learning center is on the road to schools across America to tools for exploring Washington, Campaign 2016 and a new 12-part history series on the Supreme Court’s landmark cases.
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Released: September 29, 2015
Researchers will enroll participants with a condition called gastroparesis.
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Released: September 29, 2015
The project is part of a $100+ million plan to enhance student housing.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: September 29, 2015
Collins, assistant to the president for mission and identity, made his final vows of poverty, chastity, obedience and special obedience to the pope in matters of mission during Sunday's 9 p.m. Mass in front of nearly 1,000 people.
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Released: September 28, 2015
A SLU biostatistician shares six tricks to interpret research findings.
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Released: September 28, 2015
The theme of the 2015 celebration was “The Billiken Rolls out the Blue Carpet.” The weekend included reunions, classes, fundraisers and service projects.
Submitted by: University Communications
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Released: September 24, 2015
SLU researchers will search 100,000 small molecules for a protein mimic that triggers an immune response that dampens osteoporosis.
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Released: September 24, 2015
Saint Louis University is participating in a Phase III clinical trial for a drug to treat early-onset preeclampsia in pregnant women that could increase the length of pregnancy, resulting in improved fetal outcomes and reduced infant mortality.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: September 24, 2015
Approximately 200 people gathered together for the “Pope2Congress Watch Party” Thursday morning. A panel of local experts provided context and analysis immediately following the speech.
Submitted by: Maria Tsikalas
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Released: September 23, 2015
Saint Louis University alumni share how an education steeped in nearly 500 years of Catholic, Jesuit tradition helped them to serve others and impact the world.
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Released: September 22, 2015
Members of the SLU community are invited to join the SLU Challenge to raise awareness and funds for treatment of FSHD, a form of muscular dystrophy.
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Released: September 21, 2015
Fellowships are awarded in three categories: Dissertation, Diversity and Presidential. Each one carries a stipend, tuition and health insurance.
Submitted by: Angie Rellergert
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Released: September 18, 2015
The joint venture will extend the University's global reach and enhance educational access for international students.
Submitted by: Clayton Berry
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Released: September 16, 2015
Forty students participated with New City crews at four different sites, Saturday, Sept. 12, working with residents to rennovate homes, clear storm damage and more.
Submitted by: Debbie Wilson
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Released: September 15, 2015
SLU’s program in Healthcare Data Science is taught by faculty from the Center for Health Outcomes Research (SLUCOR), an innovative team that has specialized in analysis of large datasets since it was founded in 2003.
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Released: September 15, 2015
The event will feature a gallery exhibit and discussion on art as a medium for dialogue by local artist Cbibi Bayoc.
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Released: September 14, 2015
The department’s effort to support a local homeless family epitomizes what it means to be “men and women for and with others.”
Submitted by: Maria Tsikalas
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Released: September 14, 2015
This initiative complements the trademark program that began last fall in association with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Submitted by: Jessica L. Ciccone
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Released: September 11, 2015
The SLU community is invited gather to hear Pope Francis’ address to Congress followed by a faculty panel presentation and discussion time.
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Released: September 10, 2015
Established by a generous gift from Brian Shelton (A&S '80), the St. Peter Claver, S.J., scholarship is designated to assist first-generation, full-time freshmen from an urban setting who have financial need and foster a love of community service.
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Released: September 09, 2015
In the publication's "Best Colleges 2016" guidebook, SLU rose to No. 96 among the country's top 280 national universities.
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Released: September 08, 2015
SLU's John Morley, M.D., was the lead author of a consensus paper written by a global panel of aging experts.
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Released: September 08, 2015
SLU physician Samer Alkaade, M.D., has been named the medical director of the Missouri NPF.
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Released: September 04, 2015
Earlier this year, investigators at Saint Louis University enrolled the first U.S. patient in a worldwide Phase 3 clinical trial of a medication to treat patients who have a rare form of heart failure due to a gene mutation.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: September 03, 2015
SLUCare geriatrician Dulce Cruz Oliver, M.D., instills passion for caring for patients with life-altering illnesses.
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Released: September 03, 2015
For the first time in its nearly 200-year history, SLU will offer competitive scholarships and recruit top-tier chess players from around the globe.
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Released: September 03, 2015
Admission counselors, visit staff and the student ambassador team will be at the new location, while other functions of the Office of Admission - including international, transfer and graduate admission - will remain in DuBourg Hall.
Submitted by: Anne Marie Apollo-Noel
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Released: September 02, 2015
St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson and Mayor Francis Slay praised the expanded partnership between the two leading Catholic organizations.
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Released: September 01, 2015
The announcement comes as Saint Louis University and SSM Health celebrate the official start of their expanded partnership.
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Released: August 31, 2015
A grant from the American Heart Association will allow scientists to build on their breakthrough research.
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Released: August 26, 2015
For the fifth consecutive year, Washington Monthly ranked Saint Louis University No. 4 in the United States for community service as part of its “2015 College Guide,” which was released this week.
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Released: August 25, 2015
A trauma patient’s stay in the emergency room makes no real difference in the patient’s mortality, emergency department doctors at Saint Louis University found in a recent study.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: August 21, 2015
On Thursday, SLU held a number of receptions for incoming students, including Presidential and MLK Scholars, as well as Legacies.
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Released: August 20, 2015
Research by William Wold, Ph.D., suggests agents that enhance the Type 1 interferon signaling pathway could keep adenovirus from spreading.
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Released: August 17, 2015
After being attacked by chimpanzees in South Africa while working on his graduate studies, Andrew Oberle became a SLUCare patient under Bruce Kraemer, M.D., chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Submitted by: Michael Higgins
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Released: August 17, 2015
Dawn Hui, M.D., received a grant from the Greater Saint Louis Health Foundation to educate and screen the local Bosnian population for cardiovascular disease. St. Louis is home to the largest Bosnian population outside of Bosnia.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: August 17, 2015
Istvan Z. Kiss, Ph.D., has been awarded a $387,763 three-year grant for his research proposal "Chemical Connectomics: Nonlinear Dynamics of Electrochemical Reaction Networks."
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Released: August 17, 2015
History professor Tom Finan, Ph.D., and his students used unmanned aerial vehicles during their annual summer archaeological digs and discoveries in Ireland's County Roscommon.
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Released: August 12, 2015
Patients live longer lives and have better days with SLU's ALS clinic.
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Released: August 07, 2015
Julie Gammack, M.D., is a SLUCare geriatrician and professor of geriatrics who studies nutrition in older adults.
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Released: August 06, 2015
Kelly Everard, Ph.D., recently received a 'Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts' grant to fund a speakers series aimed at reconnecting medical school faculty with the Jesuit mission.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: August 05, 2015
Physicians and physician trainees in hospitals fail to identify or address overweight/obesity in over 90 percent of hospitalized children, according to new research from a Saint Louis University pediatric hospitalist. “Physicians and Physician Trainees Rarely Identify or Address Overweight/Obesity in Hospitalized Children” was published online Aug. 5 in The Journal of Pediatrics.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: August 05, 2015
A letter to the White House from the American Society for Engineering Education, signed by Parks College interim dean Steven Buckner, Ph.D., and deans from more than 100 engineering programs across the country, commits to specific actions to attract and retain a diverse student population.
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Released: August 04, 2015
The School for Professional Studies will offer reduced tuition rates and new scholarships to first responders, including law enforcement officers, firemen and emergency medical personnel, pursuing bachelor’s degrees or certificates.
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Released: August 03, 2015
Internationally acclaimed Israeli author David Grossman joins a distinguished group of literary greats honored since the award was established in 1967.
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Released: July 29, 2015
SLU will lead a multi-institution program that teaches primary care providers and students to care for older adults.
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Released: July 22, 2015
More than 170 SLUCare physicians in more than 40 different specialties have been recognized by St. Louis Magazine as best doctors of 2015.
Submitted by: Maggie Rotermund
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Released: July 17, 2015
SLU researchers showed a relationship between mom’s weight during her first uncomplicated pregnancy and problems with subsequent babies.
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Released: July 15, 2015
Daniela Salvemini intends to take the side effects out of opioids.
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Released: July 06, 2015
Teri Murray, Ph.D., R.N., is one of only 21-23 chosen to serve on the National Advisory Council for Nurse Education.
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