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Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.

  • 06/13/24- Volunteers are needed to help Saint Louis University create a memorable Homecoming and Family Weekend. The 2024 Homecoming and Family Weekend is scheduled for Sept. 27-29.

  • 06/07/24- University Writing Services is offering a free writing retreat open to all graduate students during the summer. It will take place on Tuesday, June 25, and Wednesday, June 26. Both sessions will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants can drop in anytime.

  • 06/07/24- The Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship is offering Safe Zone Phase 1 Training every Thursday in June. Training sessions will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Center for Global Citizenship Seminar Room 124A.

  • 06/06/24- As part of Facilities Services' continued improvements to the campus, contractors will be making repairs to several concrete areas across the campus this summer. Work is tentatively planned to begin near the Olive Compton Garage and athletic fields on Monday, June 10. After this area, crews will then begin working on the West Pine Wall.

  • 05/31/24- Symplectic Elements is a faculty profile software platform designed to showcase academic and research accomplishments for internal and external audiences while providing faculty complete control over what appears on their profile. Multiple training sessions are scheduled throughout the summer.

  • The SLU Esports team huddles.

    05/28/24- SLU's League of Legends team secured a series of wins to secure a top-2 finish on the season and earned the right to compete for a national title. The Billikens will face off for the top spot on Saturday, June 8, against Maryville University.

  • 05/23/24- Information Technology Services will be performing mandatory Banner ODS maintenance beginning Thursday, May 30, at 12:30 a.m. to Friday, May 31, at 12:30 a.m. 

  • 05/22/24- Saint Louis University's Human Resources division is hosting its third annual HR Power Lunch on Friday, June 14. Shawntelle Fisher, founder and CEO of The Soulfisher Ministries, will deliver remarks.

  • 05/21/24- The Event Services department, in conjunction with the Office of the Provost, is implementing a new reservation process to equitably distribute space between various departments that would like to hold events during the Fall Welcome time period. The deadline to fill out the form is Friday, May 31.

  • The SLU Esports team huddles.

    05/21/24- SLU Varsity League of Legends teams have returned to the top 4 out of 367 schools of the College League of Legends national championship hosted by Riot Games and University Esports. The Billikens will be in action this weekend and attempt to advance in the tournament.

  • The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program hosted its annual End of Year Celebration on April 25, honoring local high school educators who provide dual credit through the program.

    05/16/24- The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program hosted its annual End of Year Celebration on April 25, honoring local high school educators who provide dual credit through the program.

  • 05/16/24- A University policy is now active after completing the University policy approval process. The policy relates to record management and retention.

  • 05/14/24- Starting Wednesday, May 15, SLU Shuttle and SLU Ride hours will shift into their summer schedule. The new hours will be in place all summer.

  • 05/14/24- The Edward L. and Rhelda Marbry Morgan, Ph.D. Endowed Book Fund Award provides a book scholarship to graduate students at SLU for one academic year. Applications will close Saturday, June 15, 2024.

  • 05/14/24- The Saint Louis University Doisy College of Health Sciences hosted its second annual DCHS Scholarship Week from April 23-25, 2024. The event showcased 35 poster presentations and 15 podium presentations, many of which featured faculty/student collaboration.

  • Students work together in an interprofessional education class on October 2, 2023. Photo by Sarah Conroy. 

    05/14/24- Interprofessional Education (IPE) plays a crucial role in shaping students into collaborative, person-centered health professionals. In March 2023, Saint Louis University's Provost, Michael Lewis, Ph.D., charged a task force to restructure IPE within the university. This task force developed a transition plan involving two phases: shifting the existing program from the School of Medicine to Academic Affairs and creating a structure with broad stakeholder involvement in Interprofessional Collaboration. The reimagined IPE Program is set to launch on July 1, 2024.

  • 05/14/24- Saint Louis University Career Services is now collecting Scholarly Undergraduate Research Grants and Experiences (SURGE) project submissions for the upcoming Academic Year 2024-2025. SURGE provides a path to connect research assistants (student workers) with faculty who are conducting research, creative endeavors, and other scholarly projects at SLU.

  • Detail on the 2024 tassel

    05/14/24- Saint Louis University will celebrate its 2024 Commencement ceremony at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, in Chaifetz Arena. Before the ceremony, take a look at some important reminders for those attending the event.

  • Students participated in goat yoga in Simon Recreation Center as part of Wellness Week before final exams on May 7, 2024. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    05/10/24- The inaugural SGA Wellness Week took place from May 1 to May 7. This initiative provides a week-long series of events and activities aimed at promoting physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being among students.

  • Detail on the 2024 tassel.

    05/10/24- Saint Louis University will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates with the spring 2024 commencement ceremony, preceded by in-person precommencements for each individual college and school. Commencement events will kick off Wednesday, May 15, with the first round of precommencement ceremonies. The spring 2024 commencement ceremony begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, in Chaifetz Arena.

  • 05/09/24- Professional Notes is a round-up of awards, presentations, papers, and other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff members, and students.

  • 05/09/24- To enhance performance and reliability, Information Technology Services will be performing scheduled system maintenance from Saturday, May 18, at 9 p.m. until Sunday, May 19, at 7 a.m.

  • Saint Louis University’s Alpha Sigma Nu Chapter was one of the four Chapters awarded the honor of Chapter of the Year for the 2023-2024 academic year.

    05/07/24- Saint Louis University's Alpha Sigma Nu Chapter was one of the four Chapters awarded the honor of Chapter of the Year for the 2023-2024 academic year. Alpha Sigma Nu is the National Jesuit Honors Society and is the only honors society that can bear the name Jesuit.

  • The SLU Women's Commission hosted the 47th annual Mary A. Bruemmer Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon on Monday, May 6, in the Wool Ballroom of Busch Student Center. Photo by Joe Barker.

    05/07/24- The Women's Commission hosted the 47th annual Mary A. Bruemmer Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon on Monday, May 6, in the Wool Ballroom of Busch Student Center. At the ceremony, the 2024 Mary A. Bruemmer Award Honorees were recognized and celebrated.

  • Students present posters showing their research during the 17th annual Senior Legacy Symposium on April 30, 2024. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    05/03/24- The 17th annual Senior Legacy Symposium took place on Tuesday, April 30, in the Busch Student Center. This event featured the work of more than 200 students and over 50 academic departments and programs.

  • ASCE-SLU was recognized as the best team in the overall competition and earned the First Place Overall title.

    05/03/24- Saint Louis University's student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) participated in the ASCE Mid-America Student Symposium in Rolla, Missouri on April 18-21. ASCE-SLU was recognized as the best team in the overall competition and earned the First Place Overall title.

  • The Saint Louis University Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) held its induction ceremony on Thursday, April 25, in Queen's Daughters Hall, adding 15 new students to its rolls.

    05/02/24- The Saint Louis University Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) held its induction ceremony on Thursday, April 25, in Queen's Daughters Hall, adding 15 new students to its rolls. Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest academic honor society. Its mission is to foster and recognize excellence in the liberal arts and sciences.

  • 05/02/24- Saint Louis University has been named a recipient of the 2023 Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Seal of Prevention. Presented by Vector Solutions, the CPN Seal of Prevention is awarded to institutions of higher education that have demonstrated leadership in digital prevention programming focused on student safety, well-being, and inclusion.

  • 04/30/24- The Cross-Cultural Center for Global Citizenship in the Division of Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement is partnering with SLU's Rainbow Alliance to host this year's Lavender Graduation. Now in its third year, the event begins at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15, in the Center for Global Citizenship.

  • The Emerson Leadership Institute (ELI) at Chaifetz School of Business hosted the Provost-Faculty Senate Gender Equity Committee (GEC) end-of-the-year meeting on April 24.

    04/30/24- The Emerson Leadership Institute (ELI) at Chaifetz School of Business hosted the Provost-Faculty Senate Gender Equity Committee (GEC) end-of-the-year meeting on Wednesday, April 24.

  • 04/30/24- Current SLU students can now apply for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship. The MLK Scholarship is a competitive award granted to undergraduate students committed to social justice, academic success, service, leadership, and cultural awareness experiences.

  • Students participate in goat yoga on the quad as part of the Wellness Fair on May 9, 2023.

    04/30/24- Wednesday, May 1, marks the start of the inaugural SGA Wellness Week. This initiative provides a week-long series of events and activities aimed at promoting physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being among students.

  • 04/30/24- Two new exhibitions open this week at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art. "Art and Religion" opens Wednesday, May 1. "What is Christ" opens on Friday, May 3.

  • 04/26/24- The Office of Mission and Identity continues its Mass and Speaker Series exploring the Apostolic Preference of the Society of Jesus on Friday, May 10. The May speaker is Donna Bess Myers, senior advisor for the Division of Student Development.

  • Invited guests and students listened with rapt attention at the event. Photo by Prisca Enedah.

    04/26/24- The African Graduate Professional Network, a growing community of African graduate students under the Graduate Students Association (GSA), invited African leaders in St. Louis to Saint Louis University on Saturday, April 20, to speak to the students about business and commerce opportunities in Africa and other opportunities to network in the St Louis community.

  • 04/26/24- Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement (DICE), which exists to lead inclusivity, belonging and cultural enrichment at SLU, has announced the winners of the inaugural DICE Cultural and Belonging Grants. The grants underscore the university's commitment to fostering a sense of belonging among underrepresented and minoritized communities on campus.

  • 04/25/24- Founded in 2015 by SLU School of Medicine students, MEDLaunch is a student biotechnology incubator based at the Chaifetz Center for Entrepreneurship that brings together students across various disciplines on the undergraduate and graduate campuses to develop medical devices and solutions to problems affecting healthcare today. This year MEDLaunch and GEOLauch Demo Day will be at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1, at COLLAB at Cortex.

  • Batsuren Dambasuren

    04/25/24- Grandmaster Batsuren Dambasuren, a member of the SLU Chess A Team, won the Spring Chess Classic B-group with 7 points out of 9 possible. He finished 1.5 points ahead nearest competitor.

  • Thirteen Criminology and Criminal Justice students from SLU had the unique opportunity to visit the historic Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City on Saturday, April 20.

    04/25/24- Thirteen Criminology and Criminal Justice students from SLU had the unique opportunity to visit the historic Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City on Saturday, April 20. Known as the oldest continuously operating prison west of the Mississippi, this facility was decommissioned in 2004 but remains full of stories and lessons.

  • 04/23/24- As part of ongoing efforts to enhance cybersecurity and protect University systems and data, ITS is announcing an upcoming change regarding the use of macros within Microsoft Office for University-managed computers.

  • A dance student performs on stage.

    04/23/24- The Theatre and Dance Program of SLU Fine and Performing Arts is offering free tickets for all SLU students for this weekend's dance concert, Dreamscape. Performances take place at The Grandel from April 26 to 28. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.

  • Occupational Therapy faculty and students surprise Sarah Adam, Occupational Therapy professor and potentially the first female US wheelchair rugby Paralympian, front, with a celebration in her honor during DASA (Disabled Athlete Sports Association) Day on April 22, 2024. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    04/23/24- Saint Louis University hosted DASA (Disabled Athlete Sports Association) Ability Awareness Demonstration on Monday, Apri 22. The event allows people to see and try adaptive sports and hopefully learn about opportunities for people with physical disabilities to participate in adaptive sports, recreational programs, and fitness activities designed to improve self-esteem, strength, independence, and well-being. At the event, Sarah Adam, an occupational therapy professor and rugby Paralympian hopeful, was celebrated by DASA and members of the SLU community as she got ready for the Paralympics.

  • 04/22/24- All students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to attend the annual 1818 Community Engagement Grant Showcase on Thursday, May 2, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Center for Global Citizenship.

  • 04/22/24- The 17th annual Senior Legacy Symposium will occur on Tuesday, April 30, in the Busch Student Center from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. This event regularly features the work of more than 200 students and over 50 academic departments and programs.

  • Members of the SLU community attend the 33rd Leadership and Service Awards.

    04/22/24- The Student Involvement Center hosted the 33rd Annual Leadership and Service Awards in the Wool Ballrooms on Tuesday, April 16. This ceremony honors outstanding achievements and contributions in the areas of leadership and service for students, faculty, and staff.

  • 04/19/24- The weather is warming which means Saint Louis University is thinking about summer. The Office of Summer and Extended Studies is hosting a free snow cone event for all SLU students to promote summer courses on Wednesday, May 1, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. by the clock tower.

  • 04/19/24- It's time to celebrate the Class of 2024. Saint Louis University's Senior Farewell, sponsored by the Office of Alumni Engagement and the Student Involvement Center, kicks off on April 30. In addition to events held in previous years, this year will add new traditions planned by student representatives from the senior class.

  • 04/18/24- INSPIRE, which stands for Interdisciplinary Networking, Science, Professionalism, Innovation, Research, and Education, is designed to create a dynamic environment for researchers of all levels, from junior faculty to graduate students and senior faculty. INSPIRE is hosting an event with Emily Boyd where she will give a presentation covering what Generation Z is, why this is important, and what we can learn from them.

  • 04/18/24- As part of a research project, students are seeking participants for a survey. The survey is open to any actively enrolled undergraduate student within the College of Arts and Sciences or an actively enrolled undergraduate or graduate student within the College of Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University.

  • The cover of the 2023 Research Impact Report.

    04/18/24- The Saint Louis University Research Institute has published its 2023 Annual Impact Report, celebrating successes among SLU researchers in the past year. The full report can be viewed online.

  • 04/18/24- Three University policies are now active after completing the University policy approval process. The policies are related to identification cards, management and commercialization of intellectual property, and the University's smoking and tobacco policy.

  • 04/18/24- Open Source with SLU is a core software development facility that builds open-source software solutions for SLU faculty proposal and research needs. The team engages students to apply industry-standard best practices to deliver high-quality software tools.

  • Students try different International cuisines at the Around the Globe: Clock Tower Market as part of Atlas Week on April 12, 2024. Photo by Sarah Conroy.  

    04/16/24- The 24th Annual Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week took place from April 7 to April 13. Check out some photos from the Parade of Nations and the Clock Tower Market.

  • 04/16/24- Saint Louis University's American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) students received first prize, were inducted into the Honor Society, and presented their research at the 2024 Discover Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Conference.

  • Eman Mohammed smiles while listening to a question during the Atlas Week Signature Symposium.

    04/15/24- Palestinian-American photojournalist Eman Mohammed delivered the 24th annual Atlas Week Signature Symposium. The keynote address is presented by internationally renowned speakers who have dedicated their lives to issues of political and social justice. Mohammed challenged the audience to demand a better future.

  • 04/11/24- SYNAPSES is a series of events to allow communication and discussion about the newest advances in neuroscience. The idea is to bring awareness to the most recent developments in neuroscience and technologies that can impact multiple fields and, ultimately, everyday life. The next panel will be at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, in Sinquefield State Room in DuBourg Hall 409. The event is free and open to everyone. Light food and refreshments will be served.

  • Saint Louis University’s Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) honored the work of faculty members, research staff, and graduate students at its annual Scholarly Works and Grant Winners reception on Friday, April 5.

    04/11/24- Saint Louis University's Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) honored the work of faculty members, research staff, and graduate students at its annual Scholarly Works and Grant Winners reception on Friday, April 5.

  • 04/11/24- The Prospect Yards district is offering a number of discounts for members of the Saint Louis University community. The district features locations like Topgolf, The Armory and more.

  • 04/10/24- The Saint Louis University School of Medicine has announced the Professional Oversight Professional Award Recipients for the period of June 2023 to February 2024. The awards recognize educators and staff for their work.

  • SLU's Esports team gives fist-bumps.

    04/10/24- SLU's varsity League of Legends team has been competing in the Riot-sanctioned National Championship this spring semester. The Billiken have advanced to the conference finals and will face Maryville on Saturday, April 13.

  • From left are Layton Pfeuffer (Saint Louis University High School), Sophie Burgoon (Visitation Academy), Lauren Cleary (Visitation Academy), Mary Stein (Visitation Academy), Allison Kowalczyk (Visitation Academy), Hannah Houseworth (Visitation Academy), Josephine Janisch (Visitation Academy), Lillian Carlin (Visitation Academy), Amisha Poojari (MICDS), Abhinav Katyal (MICDS), Arjun Puri (MICDS), Sanjana Gandhi (MICDS), Emma Carcamo (Marquette High School), Charlie Dougherty (Saint Louis University High School), and Vincent Ly (Saint Louis University High School). Submitted photo.

    04/10/24- The SLU American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Chapter organized its second High School Research Symposium Outreach Event on Saturday, April 6. This event attempts to merge research and presentation experience to help provide high school students in the St. Louis area with exposure to the scientific experimentation process.

  • Emily Li with Saint Louis University Career Services speaks during a session at the Trends in Recruiting 2024 conference. Photo by Noah Jones.

    04/10/24- Saint Louis University Career Services hosted the Trends in Recruiting 2024 conference on Monday, April 8, on behalf of the Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers. One hundred and ten employer and career service members attended.

  • 04/09/24- On Tuesday, April 16, José Bowen, author of the award-winning book, "Teaching Naked," and the new release, "Teaching with AI," will be facilitating a workshop for Saint Louis University instructors on Thinking and Teaching with AI. The workshop, which is being hosted by the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Zoom.

  • 04/09/24- The International Faculty and Staff Association (IFSA), Office of Human Resources, and Graduate Student Association (GSA) are teaming up to host the 2024 Spring Lawful Permanent Residency Workshop on Wednesday, April 17. The event will be both in person and online.

  • Students work on art during the Art Hives pop-up event on Friday, April 5. Photo by Joe Barker.

    04/08/24- University Counseling Center, Division of Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement and the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Art Therapy Program teamed up to host Art Hives on Friday, April 5. The event drew a large crowd along West Pine Mall.

  • A crowd of watchers camped outside the Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse on Monday, April 5. Photo by Joe Barker.

    04/08/24- The SLU community paused on Monday, April 8, to view the solar eclipse. Check out our photo gallery to see highlights from the viewing party on campus.

  • 04/05/24- Saint Louis University's WATER Institute and the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center are hosting the 2024 SLU Summit for Water: Water Security in the Mississippi River Basin. The fifth annual SLU Summit for Water will focus on water security in the Mississippi River Basin, engaging stakeholders across sectors and disciplines to join the WATER Institute's mission of advancing water innovation to serve humanity.

  • 04/05/24- The 17th annual Senior Legacy Symposium will occur on Tuesday, April 30, in the Busch Student Center from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Division of Academic Affairs needs volunteers for various tasks throughout the day to help the event run smoothly.

  • 04/04/24- With the delayed launch of the 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and continued issues in processing, financial aid professionals at SLU have been working to get students' answers now. For students needing additional assistance filling out the FAFSA or have questions about the process, Student Financial Services staff will be available on campus starting April 9.

  • 04/02/24- SLU's Division of Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement has announced the 2024 Cultural and Belonging Grants. These grants aim to strengthen the sense of belonging among underrepresented communities. Open to all in the SLU on-campus community, with a priority on a specific cultural group each year, up to 10 grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 will be awarded to students, faculty, and staff.

  • Saint Louis University Provost Mike Lewis, Ph.D., praised the faculty at SLU during the inaugural Celebration of Teaching event on Tuesday, March 26. Photo by Joe Barker.

    04/02/24- Award-winning educators shared their thoughts about what teaching means to them at Saint Louis University's inaugural Celebration of Teaching event. The event, organized by the Office of the Provost, was designed to highlight SLU faculty members who have won awards for teaching excellence.

  • 04/02/24- From March 10 to March 15, the Saint Louis University Career Services Department provided a Washington D.C. Career Trek for 10 students. The students in attendance met with many organizations, employers, and gained valuable networking opportunities.

  • 04/01/24- On April 25, Saint Louis University will celebrate Giving Day. The 24-hour event is a fundraiser to collect funds for essential projects across all parts of Saint Louis University.

  • 03/28/24- Paying tribute to SLU's founding date in 1818, the award recognizes graduating undergraduate students who represent what it means to be a Billiken.

  • 03/28/24- The Atlas Week Signature Symposium is presented by internationally renowned speakers who have dedicated their lives to issues of political and social justice. Palestinian-American photojournalist and Senior TED Fellow, Eman Mohammed will be the 2024 Atlas Week Signature Symposium Speaker.

  • 03/28/24- In recognition of the important contributions undergraduate students make to shaping the SLU experience for future students, the University Undergraduate Core Committee (UUCC) invites current SLU undergraduates to apply for one of three open Undergraduate Core Curricular Fellowships. Students identified as Core Curricular Fellows will serve one-year terms on one of the UUCC's seven Core Curricular Subcommittees.

  • 03/26/24- Battle of the Billikens is a new crowdfunding campaign that asks fans of all kinds to contribute to their favorite program as the teams compete to get the most gifts.

  • 03/26/24- The Fulbright Student Program offers English Teaching Assistantships and Research/Study Awards to undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni. The application will open on Tuesday, April 2, kicking off a new cycle of applications.

  • 03/25/24- The Office of Mission and Identity will be hosting the Mass and Speaker Series exploring the Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus, on Friday, April 12. The speaker is Christopher Duncan, Ph.D., a professor of political science.

  • 03/21/24- The Department of Family and Community Medicine will host a job talk with Alaina Beauchamp, Ph.D., from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday, April 1. Beauchamp will present: "Using Geospatial Methods in Clinical Research to Study Health Equity Across Communities."

  • 03/21/24- The twenty-fourth annual Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week will be held April 7-13, 2024. A long-standing SLU tradition, Atlas Week serves to expose the SLU community to a variety of programming events with the goals of increasing awareness and promoting discussion on historical and contemporary global issues while celebrating global and cultural diversity.

  • 03/21/24- "Scenes from A Raisin in the Sun," presented by SLU Theatre and Dance, will take place at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 5, in the Mark Wilson Studio Theatre in Xavier Hall.

  • 03/21/24- The Art History Program of the Fine and Performing Arts Department at Saint Louis University will host the fourth annual St. Louis-Madrid Undergraduate Art History Symposium on Friday, April 12. The event will begin at 9 a.m. St. Louis time and at 4 p.m. in Madrid.

  • 03/21/24- SLU's Center for Research on Global Catholicism is launching a new grant: the St. Louis Catholic Archives Visiting Researcher Grant. It is open to students, faculty, and community members interested in the history of Catholicism in St. Louis.

  • 03/21/24- University Writing Services is offering a free writing retreat, both virtual and in-person, open to all graduate students during Easter Break. It will take place on Wednesday, March 27, and Thursday, March 28. Both sessions will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Participants can drop in anytime.

  • 03/21/24- The Family and Community Medicine department is hosting a job talk on Wednesday, March 27. Daniel Johnson's talk is titled, "GeoAI: A New Frontier in Healthcare and Public Health Innovation."

  • 03/21/24- Employee Well-Being is sponsoring a discussion with Anjani Urban, M.D., on Monday, March 25. Urban will answer questions and discuss the importance of finding a primary care provider and what preventative screenings and tests are recommended each year.

  • 03/20/24- Saint Louis University's Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) will honor the work of faculty members, research staff, and graduate students at its annual Scholarly Works and Grant Winners reception on Friday, April 5. The annual ceremony celebrates research excellence and recognizes success in publications and other scholarly outputs as well as grants and service from SLU faculty and staff.

  • 03/19/24- Copies of the annual Saint Louis University fact book can be ordered online. SLU's 2024 Profile includes updated enrollment figures, the latest SLU rankings and honors, and useful information about academics, campus life and student financial support.

  • 03/19/24- The Women's Commission will host the 47th annual Mary A. Bruemmer Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon on Monday, May 6, in the Wool Ballroom of Busch Student Center. An informal reception for our honorees begins at 11:30 a.m.

  • 03/14/24- On Sunday, Sunday, April 14, SLU School of Medicine's Latino Medical Student Association will host a 1.5 mile and 5K Walk, Run, Roll Event. All proceeds will be donated to Casa de Salud, a local, nonprofit health center that primarily serves underserved and Spanish-speaking communities.

  • 03/14/24- Visiting professor and researcher Anton Gradišek, Ph.D., will share his expertise with the AHEAD Institute research community and the faculty, staff, and students of the Department of Health and Clinical Outcomes Research during an event on Thursday, April 4, at noon. Gradišek will present his current research, "Using Technology to Help the Elderly: A Case Study about a Smart Watch."

  • 03/13/24- Professional Notes is a round-up of awards, presentations, papers, and other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff members, and students.

  • 03/12/24- The Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics will host its 11th annual health care ethics research conference on May 3-4 this year at Saint Louis University.

  • 03/11/24- The Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents improvisations by guest artists Jessica Ackerley, guitar; Alex Cunningham, violin; Dave Stone, reeds; and Damon Smith, bass. The concert will be Tuesday, March 19, at 8 p.m. in the Mark Wilson Studio Theater located on the ground floor of Xavier Hall.

  • 03/11/24- University Counseling Center, Division of Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement and the SIUE Art Therapy Program are teaming up to sponsor an art therapy event. Art Hives, an open art studio, will be Friday, April 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. along the West Pine Mall.

  • 03/07/24- Four University policies are now active after completing the University policy approval process. This included three revisions to policies and one new policy.

  • 03/07/24- The Consortium for Human Flourishing at Saint Louis University, in collaboration with the Flourishing Network hosted by the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, and the Brookings Institution, will host the Fourth Annual Education for Flourishing conference. "Humanizing Education: Technology, Cognition, and Spirituality at Saint Louis University" will be Friday, April 19.

  • 03/07/24- The Fulbright US Scholar Program's 2025-26 competition features more than 400 awards offered in more than 130 countries. Fulbright US Scholar Awards allow US citizens to teach, research, and carry out professional projects abroad.

  • 03/05/24- Calling all writers and artists -- the Undergraduate Writing Award competition and the "Inspired By" Arts Showcase are now open for submission.