Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
04/08- HR has created a new Google site — OneSLU: Supporting Our Community — to share resources, best practices, and other information to help employees sustain their health and well-being, and to deal with the challenges of working remotely.
04/07- The project team has been working remotely to ensure that Workday Financials will go live as scheduled, while others have supported the effort by testing and refining processes despite the challenges of remote working.
04/07- As the Lenten season draws to a close, there are ways to mark each day of the Triduum and Easter Sunday remotely through the Department of Campus Ministry and St. Francis Xavier College Church.
04/05- A donation drive for supplies including hand sanitizer, masks and gloves is underway on SLU's campus to help protect the doctors, nurses and health care workers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
04/02- The SLU community has the opportunity to provide feedback on two proposed new University policies.
04/02- Information Technology Services (ITS) has tips for avoiding a new form of cybertrolling for faculty and students.
04/02- Self-nominations for seven associate core director positions are now open.
03/27- New backgrounds are available to help Billikens showcase their SLU spirit while online. Learn more and get your new SLU Zoom background.
03/26- In a message to the SLU community on Wednesday, March 25, Interim Provost Chester "Chet" Gillis, Ph.D., announced the approval of the University's new undergraduate core curriculum.
03/26- SLU's beloved coffee klatsch returns online via Zoom. The first online gathering in the regular series is set Friday, March 27.
03/20- Students will still be able to access the campus's food resource while the University's in-person teaching is suspended and monetary donations will be accepted.
03/20- Zoom training sessions open to any interested faculty, adjuncts and graduate students will be offered over the coming weeks.
03/19- SLU shuttles and the SLU Ride program will be available on an updated schedule until further notice.
03/18- Due to current circumstances, mail and package delivery will no longer be in effect until further notice.
03/17- The Saint Louis University Libraries have updated their hours and services to provide continuity of service and access to students, faculty and staff members as SLU adjusts its operations in light of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
03/17- The Division of Human Resources office front desk is moving to a limited schedule in response to the University’s transition to a remote workplace.
03/17- Grand Hall Dining will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with options from whole fruit to desserts available.
03/17- The on-campus U.S. Bank Branch will run new hours until Thursday, April 30, and departments should adjust their deposit delivery schedules.
03/17- The center is closed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 public health situation. As part of the closure, payroll deductions for rec center memberships are frozen until the center re-opens and refunds or extension options are available on group fitness classes.
03/13- As Saint Louis University shifts some services in response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the University's shuttles and SLU Ride program will be available on an updated schedule for the week of March 16.
03/13- While Student Mail Services will continue to operate during the suspension of in-person classes on campus, a March 22 pick-up deadline for all mail and packages will be in effect along with other adjustments to the mailroom's operations. New hours will also be in effect until further notice.
03/12- Students interested in cooking and working with kids can apply for paid summer positions.
03/06- For the first time, SLUCare physicians participated in a Facebook Live event following "The Science of Healing," allowing viewers to ask questions about lymphedema.
03/06- The Vaccine Science and Policy Partnership will build on strength areas including vaccine development, clinical and translational research across the University, and the SLU community is invited to get involved.
03/05- There are multiple ways for students to cast a ballot in the March 10 Missouri Presidential Primary and resources are available.
03/05- Researchers in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics are seeking volunteers for a study examining the impact high protein intake has on high-intensity anaerobic exercise performance.
03/05- Workday will be unavailable for use on Saturday, March 7, as part of a twice-yearly upgrade period.
03/05- The Simon Recreation Center will be open for reduced hours over Spring Break and will also offer a a reduced group fitness class schedule.
03/05- SLU's shuttles will run a normal schedule during the break and SLU Ride will also be available.
02/28- The college hosted events including the annual Billiken BEAMS contest for high school students, career preparation workshops for SLU students and a celebration of the successful launch of the SLU-built Argus-2 satellite.
02/28- Undergraduate and graduate students can submit abstracts for the annual science research symposium hosted by SLU's chapter of the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society.
02/28- The University's Continuing Medical Education Program (CME) will offer American Medical Association credits for the upcoming 17th Annual World Congress of the Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics that will be held in Los Angeles later this month.
02/28- Catch up on the awards, publications, presentations and lectures abroad that have kept the SLU community busy. Check out your fellow Billikens' achievements.
02/27- The honor recognizes female staff, faculty members and students who have made significant, positive contributions to the University and wider St. Louis community.
02/25- With the launch of the new Workday Performance Review tool, the Division of Human Resources is highlighting some key practices for completing and conducting effective performance evaluations.
02/25- The Department of Campus Ministry invites the SLU community to journey through the Lenten season with a new daily social media reflection series focused on helping Billikens fast but also to feast as they renew their relationships with God and each other.
02/22- As Saint Louis University marks the beginning of the Lenten season, there are multiple ways for Billikens to journey through the season.
02/21- University Writing Services will offer its Spring Break Writing Retreat as an opportunity for graduate students to write in a quiet, structured environment alongside other scholars.
02/20- A search committee has been formed that includes representatives from SGA, Rainbow Alliance, Athletics, Diversity and Community Engagement, Mission and Identity, Faculty Senate, and the Board of Trustees, among other areas.
02/20- Information Technology Services will perform mandatory upgrades to the system and some applications will be unavailable during the work period.
02/20- A critical security update will be applied to upgrade the Firefox web browser on all University computers.
02/20- Billiken runners are needed for the race, hosted by the Saint Louis University Running Club, which will raise funds for the American Cancer Society and SLU Relay for Life.
02/20- The award, named for former Atlas Week Program Director Michelle Lorenzini, Ph.D., honors a faculty, staff member, student and/or student organization that exemplifies leadership and service in promoting the celebration of SLU's global community.
02/19- To mark the beginning of the season of Lent on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, Saint Louis University will celebrate together at Masses throughout the day.
02/18- Applications for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Cross Cultural Center, are due in March.
02/18- The campus community is invited to join students and faculty from Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology Wednesday, Feb. 19, as the SLU-built Argus-2 satellite is launched into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS).
02/18- Converting the financial systems of a large and complex organization is a significant undertaking. Support, training and communication remain top priorities.
02/13- Work by the Divisions of University Marketing and Communications and Development won 16 honors from the Council for Advancement of Education (CASE) District VI.
02/13- The Department of Nutrition and Dietetics is taking applications for the SLU Gardens to Tables Garden Plots.
02/13- Saint Louis University's Office of Mission and Identity will offer undergraduate students a discount on preventative well-being services at the Anthropedia Center for Well-Being.
02/11- As part of an Atlas Week event, “Hear Our Voices: Immigrant Stories from St. Louis and Beyond,” the School of Social Work is hosting a writing submission drive and contest seeking student stories about immigration.
02/11- During this coming season of Lent, the Office of Mission and Identity will offer individual SLU faculty and staff members a Short Guided Retreat.
02/11- The new exhibition at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art is a collaboration between SLU biologist Kasey Fowler-Finn, Ph.D., and sound artist Stephen Vitiello that includes an immersion in how rising temperatures impact insects.
02/11- Co-ed teams will compete in SLU's own World Cup soccer tournament as part of the celebrations of the 20th Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week.
02/11- Summer 2020 will feature 10 new programs, from cyber and geospatial science camps to worlds of wizards.
02/11- Hundreds of students from schools across the Archdiocese of St. Louis will be on campus on Wednesday, Feb. 12, to compete and come together in fellowship at the Simon Recreation Center.
02/11- All Elite Wrestling (AEW) will make its St. Louis debut with a one-night heart-pounding night in April and tickets are available.
02/11- Participants are needed for a clinical trial assessing a new diagnostic test for tuberculosis infection.
02/11- A watch party for the campus community to see the SLU-built Argus-2 satellite launch into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS) will be rescheduled when a new launch date is set.
02/07- The campus community is invited to join students and faculty from Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology Wednesday, Feb. 12, as the SLU-built Argus-2 satellite is launched into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS).