Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
10/22- To improve the security, availability, and reliability of the MyFiles service, ITS will be performing required maintenance on Thursday, Oct. 28th at 5 p.m.
10/21- On the feast of All Souls, the Saint Louis University community is invited to St. Francis Xavier College Church for a special memorial mass to remember and pray for the faithful departed.
10/21- Saint Louis University's annual Cannonball Picnic for University staff members will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., on Friday, Oct. 29.
10/21- The Academic Placement Data and Analysis (APDA) ranked Saint Louis University's Graduate Program in Philosophy in the top 10 English-speaking graduate programs in philosophy internationally.
10/20- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff members and students.
10/19- University Writing Services is offering writing retreat open to all graduate students during Fall Break. It will take place Thursday, October 28 and Friday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
10/19- Saint Louis University faculty and graduate students from the School of Medicine, Doisy College of Health Sciences and the Medical Family Therapy Program are partnering with the Missouri Trans Umbrella Group (MTUG) to host an Interprofessional Transgender Health Education Day on Friday, Oct. 22 at the SLU School of Medicine and Education Union.
10/18- A memorial service for Irene Schulze, Ph.D., will be from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11 at SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital Chapel.
10/18- The Saint Louis University Library Associates Undergraduate Writing Award competition is now open for submissions for the 2021-2022 cycle.
10/18- The Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship is seeking women faculty, staff, and graduate students who are interested in becoming mentors for Audre Lorde Scholars. The Audre Lorde Scholars Program is an established program at Saint Louis University whose aim is to provide support for students who self-identify as women of color while facilitating networking, community, and social opportunities.
10/15- SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital's Pastoral Care department will host its 30th annual Caring Physician Awards Ceremony at noon on Friday, Oct. 22.
10/15- Windows and Application updates will be available to all SLU-managed workstations at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
10/14- The Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship and OASIS are proud to present Kat Lazo from Spotify's The Get Up as the Hispanic Heritage Month keynote speaker on at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct.18 via Zoom.
10/14- The International Faculty and Staff Association (IFSA) invites you to a virtual workshop on Lawful Permanent Residency in the United States. This event is open to all SLU community members. International faculty, staff and students, and hiring administrators are encouraged to attend.
10/12- The University has implemented an interim policy defining and governing flexible work for staff at SLU, including remote work and flexible scheduling arrangements. This new interim policy is effective October 11, 2021.
10/08- Summer At SLU was recognized as a 2021 Top 20 summer organization by Blueprint4Summer at an annual virtual summit of summer camps in the St. Louis area.
10/08- Saint Louis University will once again offer the annual winter session, giving undergraduate students the opportunity to take additional for-credit courses toward their degree completion during the University's winter break. Registration opens on Monday, Oct. 18 and closes at noon on Thursday, Dec. 9.
10/07- Dan Finucane, Ph.D., will speak on the Apostolic Preference of, "To accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future." The event is part the Office of Mission and Identity fall lecture series on the Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus.
10/07- Two members of the Saint Louis University's award-winning Chess Team are competing in the U.S. Chess Championships, being held at the Chess Club in St. Louis.
10/07- SLU Sigma Xi is hosting a research ethics and meet-and-greet event on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Busch Student Center Room 254.
10/07- Open Enrollment for our Saint Louis University 2022 benefit plans is from October 20th through November 5th. Open enrollment is an annual opportunity to review and make changes to your benefit elections.
10/06- The Saint Louis University Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Class of 2024 recently celebrated its initiation into the professional phase of the program by hosting a white coat ceremony.
10/05- The Atlas Planning Committee is accepting suggestions for themes and speakers for Atlas Week 2022. Atlas Week 2022 will be April 4-8, 2022.
10/01- Applications are now live for the 2021-22 Campus Ministry Spring Break Immersion Program. An information session about the program will be Thursday, Oct. 7.
10/01- Registration and abstract submission is now open for the third annual Henry and Amelia Nasrallah Center for Neuroscience Research Symposium.
09/30- The Pastoral Care Department of SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital has announced the nominees for the 2021 Caring Physician Award.
09/30- Employee Health will offer influenza vaccinations for University employees this fall. Vaccinations will be available through early-November, according to the schedule below.
09/30- Student Development Facilitators are planning to host two Mental Health First Aid Training sessions during fall break to Faculty and Staff within the entire SLU Community.
09/30- Sodexo, the University's partner for residential dining, retail and catering services, is struggling with supply chain issues much like so many others around the world. DineSLU has been working to fill in the gaps.
09/28- A faculty virtual art exhibition is now online. This exhibition features artwork created by the faculty and staff of the Studio Art Program at Saint Louis University.
09/28- The production will run Oct. 1 to Oct. 10 in the Mark Wilson Studio Theatre.
09/24- A security upgrade is coming to SLU's website that will have an impact on users trying to access People Finder through the SLU.edu header drop-down. The People Finder page functionality will not be significantly impacted.
09/24- Saint Louis University canceled undergraduate classes at its St. Louis campus on Friday, Sept. 24, to allow students an opportunity for reflection and self care following the recent tragic deaths of two classmates.
09/23- Members of the University community gathered together Wednesday in St. Francis Xavier College Church for a special prayer service following the recent, tragic deaths of two SLU students.
09/23- Janice Ann Noack, Ph.D., a former faculty member in the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing, died Tuesday, Sept. 14. She was 87.
09/23- This fall the SLU Office of Mission and Identity is inviting to read "The Autobiography of St. Ignatius" as part of the Mission Book Club.
09/21- All Saint Louis University students are invited to audition for the production of "The Women of Troy."
09/21- Broderick Sawyer, Ph.D., will outline the historical roots of racism, from slavery, through Jim Crow, the Civil Rights movement, to current police violence, and identify the many ways people are socialized into racially-biased attitudes and behaviors.
09/21- Members of the Atlas Planning Committee assist in the planning of Atlas Week and will meet throughout the Fall semester to choose the Atlas Week theme and Signature Symposium keynote speaker in addition to screening submitted Atlas Week events.
09/17- The work of researchers at the Saint Louis University's Henry and Amelia Nasrallah Center for Neuroscience was recently spotlighted in the July/August 2021 issue of Missouri Medicine.
09/16- Information Technology Services has provided the University community a guide to get the appropriate support in the quickest time possible.
09/16- The International Faculty Staff Association (IFSA) is hosting a 2021 Fall Faculty Welcome virtual event on Thursday, Sept. 30. IFSA provides assistance to SLU community members with work-related matters, personal affairs, and networking opportunities to foster cultural diversity and community.
09/10- The University Core will be hosting teaching roundtables on Zoom.
09/09- A free reading of the play "The Wolves" by Sarah DeLappe is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Xavier Hall Mainstage Theatre.
09/09- Twice a year, in March and September, Workday - SLU's integrated, cloud-based administrative and finance system - releases feature upgrades designed to increase functionality and enhance the user experience.
09/09- To enhance performance, security, and reliability, ITS will be performing maintenance on wireless network on the north end of campus from 6 p.m. to 10:59 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10.
09/09- Registrations is now open for students from all health-related programs to participate in the annual Geriatric Case Competition. Each student will collaborate with a team of 4-5 health profession students to create a plan of care for a complex older patient with multiple, chronic health challenges. Each team will create an innovative 20-minute case presentation and compete against other teams for the opportunity to win prizes.
09/08- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff members and students.
09/07- Center for Global Catholicism at SLU Speaker Series will host its inaugural event Friday, Sept. 24, starting at noon. The event, "What Is Global Catholicism?" will feature panelists discussing their current research.
09/07- The Learning Communities program is currently seeking speakers for the LC Ed Talks taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 5. LC Ed Talks allow students living in a Learning Community to have the opportunity to hear faculty and staff from various areas of the University speak "Ted Talk style" on a topic of interest or a passion area.
09/07- The SLU Women's Commission is hosting a virtual auction to support the Sister Shirley Kolmer Memorial Grant. All auction items are from local, women-owned businesses, and all auction proceeds go to support the grant.
09/02- The Office of Mission and Identity will be hosting a Friday Speaker Series this fall. The second event will be an Ignatian Conversation on at noon on Friday, Sept. 10.
09/02- The Saint Louis University Workforce Center is offering a series of stress management webinars. Session one kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 15.
09/02- Intramural Sports registration is now open for fall sports.
09/02- The 2021-2022 cycle for the 1818 Community Engagement Grant Program has launched. Each year, the program awards 18 grants of up to $1,800 each to groups of students and faculty, in partnership with a local non-profit, to make a positive impact on the community.
09/01- SLUCare physicians, nurses and staff at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and the Center for Specialized Medicine observed the first anniversary of the opening of the new facilities Wednesday with a celebration.
09/01- Billiken Bounty will return to its in-person shopping model starting on Tuesday, Sept. 7, after having moved to an appointment-only system during the 2020-21 school year.
08/31- Volunteers are needed for the 9-11 Day of Service, taking place from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at Chaifetz Arena.
08/31- DineSLU is showcasing two concepts this semester on campus. M&C is located in the Marketplace in the Busch Student and Swirl in the Fusz Hall Pod.
08/27- Graduating seniors from colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada are invited to apply to become a Joseph A. O'Hare, S.J., Postgraduate Media Fellow.