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  • 02/23/24- The Office of Graduate Education held its Annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition on Wednesday, Feb. 21, for doctoral and master's candidates who have successfully passed their prospectus proposal. Participants had three minutes to present their research and show the audience what it means and why it matters.

  • 02/23/24- SLU's second Black History Month Gala and Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship and co-sponsored by the Office of Alumni & Donor Engagement and Graduate Student Association, took place Saturday, Feb. 17. Nine awards were given out during the event.

  • 02/22/24- 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. The next event will be Wednesday, Feb. 28, and feature Angela Spencer, covering topics related to best practices when synthesizing literature and pre-existing evidence.

  • 02/22/24- SLU ITS is dedicated to the continuous improvement and the ensured business continuity of our foundational systems. To support these goals, a required maintenance weekend will occur for the Banner environment from 10:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25.

  • 02/22/24- Saint Louis University will honor the life and legacy of pioneering criminologist Norman A. White, Ph.D., with a lecture and reception on April 10, in Pere Marquette Hall from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Students walk to class in the falling snow on Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    02/20/24- A snowstorm hit the Saint Louis University campus on Friday, Feb. 16. Photographer Sarah Conroy braved the elements and captured some images as snow fell on SLU.

  • 02/20/24- Open Source with SLU is calling on all students to participate in a competition to create applications for SLU research labs using Raspberry Pi technology. The challenge comes with a $500 prize.

  • 02/20/24- Saint Louis University faculty and staff can sign up for the Mental Health First Aid course to increase their awareness and knowledge about assisting someone in the SLU community with a mental health challenge. Training sessions are offered throughout the spring semester.

  • 02/20/24- The directors of the University Core curriculum's Confluence Project invite SLU faculty, instructors, and community members to a talk by Roosevelt Montás, Ph.D., on Thursday, Feb. 29. He will present his recently published monograph, "Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation."

  • 02/20/24- The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX will release the annual required learning module for all returning students on Wednesday, Feb. 28. Students will receive access to the annual required training entitled "Sexual Assault Prevention: Healthy Relationships" in conjunction with software provider Vector Solutions.

  • In a move aimed at fostering creativity and innovation among Saint Louis University’s academic community, Information Technology Services (ITS) in collaboration with the Student Government Association (SGA) and Pius XII Memorial Library, announces the launch of a state-of-the-art recording studio on Monday, Feb. 26.

    02/16/24- In a move aimed at fostering creativity and innovation among Saint Louis University’s academic community, Information Technology Services (ITS) in collaboration with the Student Government Association (SGA) and Pius XII Memorial Library, announces the launch of a state-of-the-art recording studio on Monday, Feb. 26.

  • 02/15/24- Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent in the Roman Catholic Church, a season of renewal and a time when the SLU community is invited to deepen and strengthen its relationship with God in an intentional way. To mark the beginning of Lent, a number of Masses were held throughout the day across the Saint Louis University campus.

  • 02/14/24- The Saint Louis University chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu inducted more than 140 new members, including undergraduate and graduate students and five honorary members. The ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 11, was held in the Wool Ballrooms of the Busch Student Center and welcomed a crowd of nearly 300 guests made up of inductees, friends, family, and university officials.

  • 02/14/24- Members of the SLU community can help support diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at Saint Louis University through a new crowdfunding campaign.

  • 02/14/24- In 2016, the Saint Louis University Women's Commission established the Sister Shirley Kolmer Memorial Grant with endowed support from an anonymous Women's Commission member and the 1994 Woman of the Year award winner. The Sister Shirley Kolmer Memorial Grant's purpose is to support the Women's Commission's mission, which is to educate, enrich, and empower the women of Saint Louis University by providing funding for opportunities that foster their personal and professional development.

  • 02/14/24- Since 1977, the Saint Louis University Women's Commission has selected outstanding University community members to be honored at an annual springtime luncheon. The honorees include administrators, faculty, staff and students who are recognized for their contributions, commitment and lives of service to the University and their community. Nominations are due Wednesday, Feb. 28.

  • Students plant in the Wellness Garden as part of Seed SLU during wellness day on Friday, Feb. 9. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    02/13/24- Saint Louis University's Spring 2024 Wellness Day was Friday, Feb. 9. Students got the chance to participate in activities scheduled throughout the day. Check out some photos highlighting a few of the events around campus.

  • 02/12/24- The Division for Mission and Identity will host a weekly book discussion during Lent. The group will read "The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice" by Patrick Saint-Jean, S.J.

  • 02/09/24- SLU Theatre and Dance will present "Scenes from A Raisin in the Sun" by Lorraine Hansberry directed by Kathryn Bentley, on Friday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in the Mark Wilson Studio Theatre in Xavier Hall.

  • 02/09/24- The Homecoming and Family Weekend planning committee is now accepting requests from those interested in hosting an event. Interest forms must be submitted by March 4. Notifications of event status will be sent by the week of April 8. All proposed events must submit a proposal, even if they have been hosted during Homecoming and Family Weekend in the past.

  • 02/09/24- Saint Louis University's annual IronSLU triathlon kicks off Monday, Feb. 12. All current University students, faculty, staff, and members of the Simon Recreation Center are eligible to participate in the free six-week program to cover the distance of an Ironman triathlon.

  • 02/09/24- Lent is a season of renewal and a time when Catholics and other Christians are invited to deepen and strengthen their relationship with God in an intentional way.

  • 02/07/24- SLUMA's new exhibition, Legacy, opens Friday, March 1. There will be an opening reception from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

  • 02/07/24- Whether their thunderous cheers reverberated off the walls of the West Pine Gym, Chaifetz Arena or one of the other designated home courts at St. Louis-area sports centers, one constant remains: Saint Louis University graduates know how to rally their teams. And on Feb. 24, they will have the chance to rumble again at the Alumni Fan Fest -- the biggest Billiken fan celebration of the year.

  • 02/07/24- Volunteers are being sought for a research study led by Rana Jordan, a Public and Social Policy graduate student. Participation includes completing a 15-minute anonymous survey.

  • 02/07/24- The 17th annual Senior Legacy Symposium will occur on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, in the Busch Student Center from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. This event regularly features the work of over 200 students and over 50 academic departments and programs.

  • 02/06/24- Jennifer Powers, Ph.D., Department of Plant and Microbiology at the University of Minnesota, will lead SLU faculty members in a discussion about bringing global perspectives into the STEM classroom and undergraduate research. The event will take place Tuesday, Feb. 13.

  • 02/06/24- The opening reception of the Spring 2024 Student Art Exhibit, which will feature pieces from students enrolled in Studio Art courses in the current academic year, will be Friday, Feb. 16, starting at 4:30 p.m. This exhibit will be juried by Studio Art faculty.

  • 02/06/24- Top industry experts, government leaders, and researchers will take part in talks and discussions at the 2024 IC-CAE Conference on Artificial Intelligence and National Security. The conference will be Tuesday, March 26, in the Busch Student Center.

  • Woody, SLU’s new Duo Facility dog, on January 16, 2024.

    02/06/24- There will be no undergraduate or graduate classes on Friday, Feb. 9, for the spring 2024 Wellness Day. A number of events have been planned on campus for members of the University community.

  • 02/05/24- The Food Justice Action Collaborative (FJAC) grant applications will close on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024. The grants are open to any and all faculty, staff, and students at SLU.

  • 02/05/24- Professional Notes is a round-up of awards, presentations, papers, and other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff members, and students.

  • 02/02/24- Billiken Bounty is seeking donations of food and money and volunteers to help with an increase in visitors. In partnership with the Center for Social Action and the Dean of Students Office, Billiken Bounty is a safe place for those who need groceries to obtain them.

  • 02/01/24- 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 hope is that this new process will assist in allocating our finite resources to the numerous requests we receive.

  • 02/01/24- AI is a buzzword used in a slew of contexts for a wide variety of reasons. Artificial intelligence seems to be around every corner, but the next INSPIRE event will focus on the ways AI can be used in health care.

  • 02/01/24- Saint Louis University is preparing for its upcoming Alcohol and Other Drug Education Week, starting on Monday, Feb. 5, to raise awareness and educate students on responsible consumption and the dangers of substance misuse and addiction.

  • 02/01/24- The Society of Thoracic Surgeons has named Keith Naunheim, M.D., the 2024 STS Distinguished Service Award Recipient for his outstanding contributions to the field of cardiothoracic surgery at the Society's 60th annual meeting. Naunheim, the Vallee L. and Melba Willman Professor and Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, has dedicated more than 50 years of service to cardiothoracic surgery.

  • 01/31/24- Graduating seniors, law students, medical students, and graduate students are encouraged to apply to be the student speaker at the 2024 Spring Commencement Ceremony. Applications are due by Monday, April 1.

  • 01/30/24- Saint Louis University is conducting a clinical trial to test a combination of influenza and COVID-19 vaccines. The purpose of this study is to see if a vaccine combination containing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and either a quadrivalent or trivalent influenza vaccine can help the body produce antibodies that may help fight off influenza and COVID-19.

  • 01/30/24- The Advanced Health Data Research Institute has launched a brand-new Biostatistics Core. The Core is a pivotal addition to the institution that promises to revolutionize the way SLU conducts research in the field of medical science.

  • 01/30/24- The Pershing Fellowship in Nonprofit Leadership is a paid summer internship program in St. Louis offered by Saint Louis University. This program provides the opportunity for five to 10 undergraduate SLU students to gain experience supporting the mission of a local nonprofit in the areas of education, healthcare, culture, fine and performing arts, and service to the community.

  • 01/26/24- The Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources (CADR) and the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning are offering instructors and staff another spring course on Universal Design and the ADA. This course provides an opportunity to learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA).

  • 01/24/24- Fresh Gatherings is open for the spring semester at its Allied Health Building and Education Union locations. The Allied Health Building location is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., while the Education Union location is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • 01/24/24- The SLU production of "Dreaming of Lear", directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Lucy Cashion, runs from Thursday, Feb. 29, to Sunday, March 3. Tickets are on sale now.

  • 01/23/24- Nearly 1,700 full-time and part-time faculty and staff across campus recently participated in SLU's Faculty and Staff Voice survey. To ensure our entire community has an opportunity to hear the results and next steps regarding the feedback, everyone is invited to attend the University Results Webinar scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 30, at noon.

  • 01/23/24- On Friday, Feb. 9, Bedelia Richards, Ph.D., will be on campus leading a workshop on RaceTalk skills. The workshop is for undergraduate and graduate faculty and instructors. Attendees will learn how to improve their students' racetalk skills and gain strategies to support all students in engaging in cross-racial dialogues.

  • 01/23/24- The Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents a faculty and guest recital on Monday, Jan. 29, at 4:30 p.m. in the Xavier Hall Recital Studio (room 348) featuring Instructor of Horn Thomas Jöstlein, Instructor of Piano Shen Wen, and guest bassoonist Henry Skolnick. The recital will include the premiere of a newly revised trio composed by Eric Ewazen, a revision made by the composer for this performance.

  • 01/23/24- The annual School of Medicine Science Day will be April 23. The event will feature a guest speaker, presentation and awards.

  • 01/23/24- The 17th Annual Pediatric Science Day and Research Symposium will be held in Danis Auditorium at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital on Wednesday, April 10. The visiting professor this year is Joseph W. St. Geme III, M.D., Pediatric Chairman & Pediatrician-in-Chief at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

  • 01/19/24- The University community has the opportunity to provide feedback during a 30-day comment period on an update to a policy. The policy relates to record management and retention.

  • 01/19/24- Join the Fine and Performing Arts Department for the Kristen Peterson Distinguished Lecture in Art and Art History artist talk featuring photographer and filmmaker Alexandra Gavillet. The artist talk will take place on Monday, Jan. 29 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. in Xavier Hall 116.

  • 01/18/24- The next INSPIRE series event will be on Wednesday, January 24. The series topic will be "Applying Translational Marketing Research to Participant Recruitment and Management."

  • 01/18/24- All SLU students, faculty, and staff are invited to the launch of the new Arts Council. The council aims to advocate for the arts as an essential element of the SLU mission and experience.

  • 01/18/24- Members of the SLU community may now submit nominations for awards to be given out at the 2024 Black History Month Gala and Awards Ceremony presented by the Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship. The Black History Month Gala & Awards Ceremony aims to recognize and celebrate the achievements and successes of Black faculty, staff, students, and leaders at Saint Louis University.

  • Students wave flags from countries during the Parade of Nations as part of Atlas Week on April 21, 2023. Photo by Sarah Conroy. 

    01/18/24- The twenty-fourth annual Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week will be held April 7-13, 2024. A long-standing SLU tradition, Atlas Week exposes the SLU community to various international events and programming with the goals of increasing awareness and promoting discussion on historical and contemporary global issues while celebrating global and cultural diversity.

  • 01/16/24- Saint Louis University's CREST Center seeks to integrate humanistic interdisciplinary scholarship with innovations in science and technology for the service of humanity. To encourage interdisciplinary dialogue and research among GIS and scholars of the humanities and human sciences, CREST will host a year-long project for a Community of Scholars (CS) from various fields across Saint Louis University. The Community of Scholars (4-6 scholars) will participate in a biweekly seminar, reading relevant literature and sharing work in progress.

  • Members of the crew team practice on Creve Coeur Lake on Oct. 20, 2023.

    01/16/24- Saint Louis University officially began 2024 with the first day of classes on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Before looking ahead to the new year, it's a good time to take a final look at 2023. Check out some of Marketing and Communications photographer Sarah Conroy's favorite photos she captured during 2023.

  • 01/10/24- The deadline for applications for the Social Justice and Advocacy Training is Tuesday, Jan. 16. Sponsored by the Center for Social Action, this immersive six-session training offers an opportunity for student leaders to dive into Social Change Concepts and Toolkits.

  • 01/09/24- The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning will host their annual Winter Institute for all full-time and part-time instructors on Thursday, Jan. 11. This year's event is focused on practical strategies for culturally responsive teaching.

  • 01/08/24- In February and March, the Office of Admission will host three interview weekends in conjunction with two competitive undergraduate scholarships: the Presidential Scholarship and the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship. Faculty and staff members are needed to serve as interviewers and aid in the recruitment of the University's fall 2024 incoming class.

  • 01/08/24- Saint Louis University's Annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition, sponsored by the Office of Graduate Education, celebrates the research conducted by Doctor of Philosophy and master's students. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 12.

  • 12/21/23- The World Chess Hall of Fame will celebrate the closing of its exhibition, Sound Moves: Where Music Meets Chess, with a unique performance using a custom-made chessboard piano. The performance will be at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, in Saint Louis University's Sinquefield State Room.

  • 12/18/23- St. Francis Xavier College Church will have a revised schedule for the holiday season, including a Christmas Eve Mass.

  • 12/15/23- SLU's shuttle and SLU Ride service will adjust their runs and schedules for winter break. The updates cover the entirety of winter break until classes resume for the spring semester on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024.

  • 12/14/23- The University's web calendar software will be upgraded on Monday, Dec. 18, and it is expected to be offline for a window of approximately 2-3 hours, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. All events that were previously submitted to the calendar will be imported into the new calendar; however, it is recommended, if you have previously submitted events, to verify your events have been successfully transferred to the new system once the upgrade has been completed.

  • SLU Esports

    12/14/23- Saint Louis University's Esports team has won the inaugural Immortals Winter Showcase. The League of Legends event pitted four college programs against four North American Tier Two teams.

  • 12/14/23- ITS has announced a significant step forward in fortifying the security of SLU's computing resources and safeguarding valuable data. As part of the ongoing commitment to enhancing cybersecurity measures, the Information Technology Services department will be implementing automated patching for ITS-managed servers utilizing Linux Operating System. Targeted emails will be sent out to server and application contacts ahead of each patching event detailing the patches that will be installed and other relevant information.

  • 12/12/23- Two policies are now active after completing the University policy approval process. The new policies are a Contract Management Policy and a Signature Authority for University Contracts Policy.

  • 12/12/23- Saint Louis University celebrated Christmas with the annual Christmas on the Quad tree-lighting and blessing on Saturday, Dec. 9.

  • A SLU diploma holder

    12/11/23- The ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, at Chaifetz Arena. For those unable to attend, the ceremony will stream live on slu.edu, on Saint Louis University's YouTube channel, and Facebook page.

  • 12/07/23- The Office of the Vice President for Research has several project-based, annual internal award programs with impending deadlines of Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. These competitive awards for full-time SLU faculty foster research and scholarly activities, develop research that is competitive for external support and promote the growth and excellence of SLU as a research institution.

  • 12/07/23- The start of the spring 2024 semester is approaching fast, and the Office of the Vice President for Research has planned another Research Resources Week to help the SLU community get off to a running start. The Spring 2024 Research Resources Week will be held January 8-12 and will feature workshops, informational sessions, and discussions that aim to support research practices, outcomes, and more among faculty, graduate students, and postdocs.

  • 12/05/23- Campus Ministry invites students to attend an introduction to some of the key aspects of Ignatian Spirituality in a group setting. During the retreat, participants will be invited to explore the Ignatian pillars of prayer, discernment, and gratitude through talks, large group activities, small group discussions led by student leaders, and time for personal reflection.

  • 12/05/23- The Division of Geriatric Medicine, in collaboration with the Gateway Workforce Enhancement Program, has announced the conclusion of the Eighth Annual Interprofessional Geriatric Case Competition, held virtually on Tuesday, Nov. 14. This year's competition, in partnership with the North Star Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) at the University of Minnesota, showcased students and faculty from four area universities. Participants from Saint Louis University, Maryville University, A.T. Still University School of Dentistry, and Washington University School of Medicine formed a total of 13 teams.

  • 12/01/23- To enhance safety and preserve campus infrastructure, SLU's Risk Management team has issued a reminder to the University community that bicycles and scooters, including e-bikes, are strictly prohibited inside University buildings, including residence halls.

  • The winners of the 2023 Hackathon pose for a picture.

    12/01/23- Saint Louis University recently hosted a Hackathon for 58 graduate students from Information Systems, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, and other academic programs. During the two-hour session, small teams (up to 4 members) worked together to write open-source software code to solve the same problem. For this Hackathon, the problem involved scanning and analyzing scantron multiple-choice exam sheets to automate grading quickly and accurately.

  • 11/30/23- The Division for Mission and Identity will host an immersive experience of the Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona May 22-27, 2024, for faculty and staff. All full-time employees of the university are invited to apply. The schedule will include experiences of Navajo history, folklore, spirituality, visits to sacred landscapes, and learning about issues related to life on the reservation.

  • Students practice ahead of the 2023 Winter Concert Series.

    11/30/23- The Music Program of the Fine and Performing Arts Department invites the SLU community to experience the Winter Concert Series, featuring student musicians from all across campus. The series opens with a performance from the String Chamber Groups on Sunday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. in the Xavier Hall Recital Studio (348).

  • 11/30/23- Campus Ministry will host Catholic Masses on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Friday, Dec. 8. Masses will be held throughout the day around campus.

  • International students posing for a photo at the Taste of Diwali event at the Center for Global Citizenship Auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023. Photo by Sarah Conroy.

    11/28/23- Saint Louis University celebrated International Education Week with a showcase of international talent, cultural performances, and traditional foods. A series of events were held from Monday, Nov. 13, to Friday, Nov. 17, to unite students and showcase SLU's dynamic cultural diversity.

  • 11/28/23- On Friday, Dec. 8, the Division of Mission and Identity will host the Friday Mass and Speaker Series. Jay Hammond, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Ignatian Service, will speak on the Apostolic Preference "to accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future."

  • SLU President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., speaks at a luncheon.

    11/28/23- On Friday, Nov. 17, the Division for Diversity and Innovative Community Engagement (DICE) welcomed President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., Vice President and Chief Financial Officer David Heimburger, and Faculty Senate President Christine Rollins, J.D., for a panel discussion on how the university works from structural, financial, and shared governance perspectives for faculty taking part in the Early Career Faculty Mentoring Program.

  • Blue Santa poses for a picture.

    11/28/23- Blue Santa will make his return to Saint Louis University for the annual toy drive named in his honor. All University departments are invited to participate in this year's Blue Santa Toy Drive, which collects and distributes gifts to children, teens, and parents via various nonprofit partners. This year's partners are Mission STL, Seeds of Empowerment, and Community Women Against Hardship.

  • 11/22/23- 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 about data resources on Wednesday, Nov. 29, at noon.

  • 11/22/23- Banner Self-Service received an upgrade on Friday, Nov. 24. The upgraded Banner Self-Service provides a modern user interface and enhanced navigation that is also compatible with mobile devices.

  • 11/22/23- Space, a storage solution, has arrived on campus. This service, in partnership with UPS, takes the hassle out of storing, shipping, and receiving student belongings, so they never have to use a storage unit again.

  • 11/22/23- This retreat offers an introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Attendees can discover freedom and intimacy with God through silence, personal meditation with Scripture, and conversations with a Spiritual Director. This retreat is open to undergraduate and graduate students and is particularly geared toward those who have already made retreats.

  • 11/21/23- The University's Transportation Services have announced updated service schedules for the Thanksgiving holiday for SLU's shuttles and SLU Ride Program.

  • Attendees at the 2023 Presidential Service Awards listen to a speech.

    11/17/23- Saint Louis University recognized its long-time employees at the 2023 Presidential Service Awards. A breakfast ceremony took place Thursday, Nov. 16, in the Wool Ballrooms at the Busch Student Center. At the ceremony, SLU saluted employees who have been at SLU for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 years.

  • The Billiken takes a picture with Santa.

    11/17/23- This year's Christmas on the Quad activities will begin at 4:30 p.m., with a blessing and tree-lighting ceremony led by University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., at 6:30 p.m. Check-in will be at Simon Recreation Center. Event attendance is free, but registration is required by Thursday, Dec. 7.

  • Dani Fachin, Water Tower, graphite, charcoal, and chalk on wine bottle paper, 2023

    11/16/23- The Studio Art Program is hosting an opening reception of the Grand Boulevard Community Art Exhibit. This first-ever juried community exhibit opens on Friday, Nov. 17, from 4:30 to 6:00 PM in the McNamee Gallery of Cupples House.

  • 11/16/23- The University Counseling Center is hosting a one-time event that will guide participants through an opportunity to reconnect with nature on Friday, Dec. 1, at 8:30 a.m. The event will be at local Tower Grove Park.

  • 11/14/23- Saint Louis University continues its work to reimagine faculty evaluation for advancement as part of its NSF ADVANCE partnership grant with Gonzaga and Seattle Universities.

  • 11/14/23- The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is hosting a panel discussion by SLU faculty members on global diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) perspectives. The event will be on Thursday, Nov. 16, at 4 p.m. at Beracha Hall.

  • Aerial photo of the Jesuit Center.

    11/14/23- The Jesuit Center construction project was recently recognized at the Associated General Contractors of Missouri's 2023 Construction Awards Gala. The Jesuit Center received a 2023 Construction Keystone Award, celebrating construction excellence. The award was for the Project of the Year for top project under $20 million.

  • 11/10/23- Nominations are now open for the Ignite Instructor of the Year Award. The nomination deadline is Monday, Nov. 27, at 5 p.m.

  • 11/07/23- The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation is accepting online applications for the 2024 BBRF Distinguished Investigator Grant. This program offers up to $100,000 for a one-year period and is intended for established scientists who maintain peer-reviewed, competitively funded scientific programs.

  • 11/07/23- 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: Conferences 101 is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 8, at noon.

  • 11/07/23- Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and so is Turkeypalooza, Campus Kitchen's annual Thanksgiving food drive. Campus Kitchen is a student-led organization that works to decrease food insecurity and waste in the communities surrounding SLU. Every November, Campus Kitchen receives donations of holiday food items that will be distributed to the St. Louis community.

  • 11/07/23- Free tickets are available for SLU students at the door beginning one hour before each performance. This production will take place in the Main Stage Theatre on the ground floor of Xavier Hall. Performances are at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, with matinees at 2 p.m. on Friday and Sunday.