Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
04/20- Information Technology Service will be deploying third-party application patches to all SLU-managed workstations beginning Tuesday, April 27, starting at 11 a.m.
04/19- Through Saint Louis University's institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), an independent organization providing career development and mentoring resources for academics at all career stages, the Office of the Provost will host the last of three virtual workshops in 2020-21.
04/19- The Disability Services staff is asking for input and feedback by completing a survey. This survey will ask for input about changing the name of Disability Services at Saint Louis University.
04/15- Thomas C. Westfall, Ph.D., chair emeritus in Pharmacology and Physiology, has published “The History of Pharmacology and Physiology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.”
04/15- The Art History programs at the St. Louis and Madrid campuses of Saint Louis University present an Undergraduate Art History Symposium.
04/14- The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Program is seeking applicants. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 30.
04/14- SLU Chapter Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society held its annual research symposium on Friday, April 9.
04/13- The Department of Innovation and SLU ITS, in partnership with the Geospatial Institute, held its second annual Innovative Technology Challenge to advance accessible geospatial innovation and foster creative ideas.
04/09- Space is still available for the virtual event in which actor Jon Hamm will interview author Michael Chabon.
04/09- This fellowship offers SLU faculty $2,500 to create entrepreneurship-related courses, course content, or co-curricular activities during the 2021-22 year.
04/09- The Department of Pediatrics announces that its 14th Annual Pediatric Science Days will be held virtually on April 21-22.
04/09- The Gateway Geriatric Education Center is hosting the 32nd Annual Saint Louis University Summer Geriatric Institute on June 3-4.
04/08- The Neuroscience Program and the Henry and Amelia Nasrallah Center for Neuroscience announce the DeNardo Neuroscience Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (NeuroSURF) Program.
04/08- Saint Louis University's Qualitative Research Committee (QRC) will hold a virtual workshop on Wednesday, April 21.
04/07- The GSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee will host graduate student Safe Zone training on April 19.
04/06- Heading into April, supervisors should be wrapping up year end reviews and thinking ahead to setting goals for 2021. To help with this, Human Resources Learning & Development will host a live webinar on April 8 demonstrating the process for setting goals in Workday.
04/05- April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and Campus Recreation and Wellness has put together many events to increase awareness and education about interpersonal violence and ways we can support survivors in our SLU community.
04/05- Configurations, testing, and training sessions are now complete for the research business unit within Agiloft.
04/05- A follow-up workshop to the February Equity and Global Identities brown bag presentation will be held at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 13.
04/01- In a message to the SLU community on April 1, Terri Rebmann, Ph.D., special assistant to the president, said the University had vaccinated more than 1,400 eligible members of the SLU community last week.
04/01- Beginning on May 5, Zoom recordings that are 180 days or older will begin to be removed from online storage in the Zoom cloud.
04/01- In this panel discussion, three trans and/or non-binary students and one ally discuss their experiences in the SLU classroom; two faculty members add their thoughts about faculty responsibilities and opportunities.
03/31- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff and students.
03/30- Join Saint Louis University's Office of Mission and Identity at 12 p.m. Friday, April 9, for a brief study and discussion on Jesuit mission and Ignatian spirituality.
03/29- In 2018, the Student Government Association (SGA) created a Mental Health Task Force (MHTF) to consider existing University resources that support student mental health and to work with students to identify additional resources students would like to see offered. At this time, the Mental Health Task Force is releasing its final report to the campus.
03/29- Undergraduate students who live independently on or near SLU's north campus can participate in a three-week culinary and nutrition educational class.
03/29- The Saint Louis University Chapter of Sigma Xi invites the community to its annual Research Symposium, featuring short presentations from undergraduate and graduate students in a broad range of disciplines covering biological/life sciences, physical/engineering sciences, and social/behavioral sciences.
03/29- Consider volunteering at SLU's Garden located between Compton and Rutger Street.
03/26- The Saint Louis University community has been invited to participate in a test screening for a new documentary on the Harlem Hellfighters, the first African American unit to fight in World War I, and who also introduced Jazz to Europe. A virtual screening will be held Wednesday, March 31, followed by a discussion with the film's producers.
03/25- The Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week Program is proud to welcome prominent Race and Gender Justice activist, Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu, as the 21st annual Atlas Week Signature Symposium keynote speaker. The Atlas Week Signature Symposium will be held Friday, April 16.
- DCHS Faculty Member Named Distinguished Fellow, Inaugural Chair of Athletic Training Academy in the National Academies of Practice
03/25- The National Academies of Practice (NAP) held its 2021 Virtual Forum March 18-20 and welcomed its newest Academy - Athletic Training. In addition, SLU Athletic Training Program Director Anthony Breitbach, Ph.D., was honored as a Distinguished Fellow of the NAP and elected as the inaugural chairperson for the Athletic Training Academy.
03/23- Saint Louis University and Fontbonne University -- the St. Louis area's two Catholic universities -- have announced an innovative new partnership to foster college success
03/22- SLU's Women's Commission and Career Services will host a Women in Leadership Panel from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, March 25. The panel event is open to all students, staff, and faculty.
03/22- Join Saint Louis University in honoring Women's History Month by supporting current and future female leaders of the SLU community.
03/18- In collaboration from Campus Recreation and Wellness, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and SLU Active Minds Chapter the second annual Mental Wellness Week is slated for March 22-26.
- Transforming Our Future: Reflections From Pope Francis and Pax Christi on the Common Good & COVID-19 Webinar
03/18- Join SLU Campus Ministry on the feast day of Saint Oscar Romero to reflect on how Pope Francis is inviting us to create a "better, different, human future" during the age of COVID-19.
03/18- The Cross Cultural Center will be holding a virtual candlelight vigil in tribute to the victims of the March 16 Atlanta shooting and for all victims of recent Anti-Asian hate crimes.
03/18- The NSF Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention (PIPP) "Human" Workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields to understand how human aspects shape patterns of infectious-disease transmission and efforts at control and eradication.
03/18- SLU is pleased to announce the creation of the SOAR program (Students' Opportunity for Achievement and Resource). This program was created to replace what has historically been the TRIO-SSS program.
03/16- The Department of Campus Ministry invites the SLU community to enter into the events of Holy Week by attending services Holy Thursday and Good Friday in preparation for the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday.
03/16- The Saint Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education (CADE) offers orthodontic services with experienced faculty guidance and the continual commitment to investment in state-of-the-art technology and procedures
03/15- The Facilities Service Request Application (FM Systems) will be unavailable from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 19, due to an application upgrade to the new Okta Single Sign On.
03/11- SLU Connections week is a week dedicated to bringing all SLU students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends and parents together through the SLU Connections platform.
03/10- Join the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for the School of Medicine at Saint Louis University for Women in Medicine and Science: Tackling COVID-19 Vaccine Myths. The webinar will be held at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 16.
03/10- 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.
03/10- On Monday, March 22, the Water Access, Technology, Environment and Resources (WATER) Institute at Saint Louis University will host its annual research summit, the 2021 SLU Summit for Water: Navigating the Currents of Water Research.
03/09- Copies of the annual Saint Louis University fact book can be ordered online via two methods.
03/08- SLU researchers are currently recruiting for participants who have at least one medically diagnosed concussion related to sport activity. The study is investigating the psychosocial factors that influence treatment adherence and return to activity.
- Theological Studies Hosting Webinar: 'Men and Women for Others' in a Changing America: The Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education
03/05- SLU's Department of Theological Studies will host a public webinar March 17, featuring Fordham University Professor Bryan Massingale. The webinar is titled: "Men and Women for Others" in a Changing America: The Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education.
03/05- Windows patches will be available to all workstations beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 23. The patches will install automatically without any intervention or pop-up notifications to users.
03/05- Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology celebrated National Engineers Week Feb. 22-26 with a series of virtual and socially distant events to bring the Parks College community together in spirit.
03/04- Admitted students to Saint Louis University can now schedule a safe, in-person walking tour of campus. The tour is a walking tour of the campus.
03/03- In a virtual performance for Black History Month, the SLU string ensembles performed the music of Florence Price.
03/03- Campus Recreation and Wellness is starting a new virtual series called the Wellness Wednesday Series. March will be dedicated to Mental Health.
03/02- The Cross Cultural Center will be hosting focus group meetings for those interested in being a part of the newly created Audre Lorde Scholars Program, a non-monetary program to promote academic excellence and mentorship among students who identify as women of color.
03/02- Human Resources is looking to wrap up 2020 year-end reviews. To help with this process, HR is pleased to announce a webinar on Thursday, March 4, and additional support throughout the month of March for managers on completing their manager ratings.
03/01- The University Undergraduate Core Committee (UUCC) announces a new SLU undergraduate fellowship program: The Undergraduate Core Curricular Fellows program.