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Messages from SLU Research

There is a lot happening in the world of research at Saint Louis University. SLU Research is committed to sharing all of the stories and all of the successes of our research faculty and staff. Details about the regular messages sent from SLU Research, as well as copies of past messages, can be found below. 

You can  find additional information on the latest SLU Research news and events here, as well as on Twitter @SLUResearch. Questions about any of this can be directed to Kevin Lynch, communications advisor in the Office of the Vice President for Research, at kevin.p.lynch@slu.edu.

SLU Research Weekly Update

The SLU Research Weekly Update is sent out to subscribers every Monday at noon. Each of these messages contain an update from a member of the SLU Research leadership team, recent news stories and press releases, the latest research announcements and event invitations, and a highlighted active scholar or researcher.

If you are a faculty member at SLU, you should receive these messages automatically. If are not a faculty member and would like to receive the weekly update, please feel free to sign up below. 

Sign Up to Receive the SLU Research Weekly Update

Past SLU Research Weekly Updates

Messages from the Vice President for Research

The vice president for research regularly sends out detailed reports on the state of the University's research enterprise. These reports typically come at the start of the year, at the end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester. The vice president occasionally sends out messages outside of this schedule, should something come up that warrants contacting our research community.

If you are a faculty member at SLU, you should automatically receive these messages. Questions about how to receive messages from the vice president for research can be directed to Amy Breuer, executive assistant to the vice president, at amy.breuer@slu.edu

Past Messages from the Vice President for Research