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  • 05/25- Information Technology Services (ITS) will be performing maintenance work this week that will impact SLU’s wireless network and mySLU.

  • 05/24- World-renowned scientists will gather at Saint Louis University in June to honor the legacy of Maurice Green, Ph.D., one of leading figures in molecular virology, at a new symposium named in Green’s memory.

  • 05/24- Mathematician. Choir director. Caretaker of fish and young Jesuits. Get to know Jim Coughlin, S.J., a St. Louis and SLU newcomer with many talents.

  • 05/24- Presale orders are underway for the 'Taste of Summer' sale. The SLU community can also purchase Ted Drewes frozen custard cups and Gus's Pretzels at locations around campus on Wednesday, June 13.

  • 05/24- Campus Recreation is bringing back the intramural league made up of SLU faculty, staff and student players, with the first match up set on Tuesday, June 19. Teams can register until Friday, June 15.

  • 05/22- The Office of the Provost is seeking participants who wish to learn more about the University's mission, Jesuit education and Ignatian pedagogy and their roles in developing interdisciplinary, mission-driven courses. Applications to be part of the group are due by Friday, May 25.

  • 05/22- The SLU community will welcome its newest Billikens and their families at 12 scheduled orientation days this summer.

  • 05/18- Due to limited staffing, SLU’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) is adjusting its public hours for the summer.

  • 05/17- The vendor of the University's web conferencing platform is discontinuing SLU's version of Fuze. Information Technology Services (ITS) will roll out Microsoft Skype for Business as a replacement platform this summer.

  • 05/17- The changes will affect both wired and wireless networks and intermittent outages may occur throughout the weekend, beginning on Saturday, May 19.

  • 05/17- Today is the last day of regualr academic year shuttle service. The summer shuttle schedule will take effect on Monday, May 21, and summer changes will also be in place for SLU Ride.

  • 05/15- Saint Louis University is among 21 colleges and universities recognized by the Partnership for a Healthier America for implementing rigorous campus health and wellness initiatives and standards.

  • 05/15- The University's May Commencement will take place at Chaifetz Arena and will include special nods to SLU's 200th anniversary as the University honors its newest graduates and honorary degree recipients.

  • 05/15- The traditional Mass celebrates the end of the academic year and the University's 2018 graduates.

  • 05/15- The system will be unavailable for part of Saturday, May 19, as upgrades are completed.

  • 05/11- SLU's Graduate Student Association (GSA) has announced awards for research, teaching and service to the graduate student community.

  • 05/11- The scholarship was created through a gift by the family of program graduate Brandi Burgett (Doisy '17), and will support athletic training students entering their second years in SLU's program.

  • 05/08- Registration to join SLU's team in the 20th annual race to benefit breast cancer research is underway and ends on Friday, May 29.

  • 05/04- As the campus counts down to commencement, catch up on the SLU community's awards, year-end celebrations and professional achievements.

  • 05/04- Due to the number of students moving out of SLU residence halls and nearby housing, traffic along Laclede Avenue will be heavier than usual. Faculty, staff and students should allow for extra time to park or use alternate lots associated with an individual’s type of SLU parking permit to avoid delays.

  • 05/04- SLU Night at the Ballpark will celebrate the University's 200th anniversary and an exclusive ticket price and perk package is available only through the Office of Alumni and Donor Engagement. For every ticket purchased before Tuesday, July 31, purchasers will receive a chance to win a pregame field visit during batting practice.

  • 05/04- Students selected for the honor society must meet stringent criteria demonstrating their excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Eleven SLU students were inducted into the honor society on Tuesday, May 1.

  • 05/03- In a message to the SLU community, University Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., announced that Ellen Crowell, Ph.D., associate professor of English, will become SLU's first director of its undergraduate core effective June 1.

  • 05/03- The April fun run and walk was sponsored by the Staff Advisory Committee in honor of SLU's 200th anniversary.

  • 05/03- The first 10 graduate students to register for the retreat will receive individualized feedback from University Writing Services consultants. The retreat will offer structured time to write and will offer opportunities for other feedback on dissertation projects.

  • 05/02- Approval of the learning outcomes is a significant milestone as the University moves to develop a core curriculum required of all SLU students.

  • 05/01- Teams still have time to register for the June 22 tournament at the Links at Dardenne Golf Course. The tournament honors the memory of SLU alumnus and dean Don Brennan.

  • 05/01- Financial aid awards for the 2018-2019 academic year have been posted. Those receiving awards must complete SLU's process for accepting or declining the funds.

  • 05/01- Those seeking financial aid for classes during the Summer 2018 term can use the 2017-18 FAFSA to determine if they are able to have federal financial aid. Summer aid may include a variety of mechanisms from Direct Loans to private or alternative loans.

  • 05/01- Campus Ministry is seeking additional choir members for the Baccalaureate Mass on Thursday, May 17 at Saint Francis Xavier College Church.

  • 05/01- Saint Louis University Miracle Network Dance Marathon is hosting its second doughnut sale of 2018 to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network of Greater Saint Louis.

  • 05/01- The College of Arts and Sciences will host the Allies of Inclusion exhibition beginning on Friday, May 4. The exhibit, sponsored through the School of Education, promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities.

  • 04/30- SLUCare captured six awards in the oldest and most widely respected national health care advertising awards competition.

  • 04/27- Robert Pampel, Ph.D., will begin his appointment tomorrow, May 1, and will guide the program's strategic development in anticipation of its 80th anniversary celebration this fall.

  • 04/27- The drive, coordinated by the Office of Sustainability and Benchmarking, will take place during spring move out in May. The drive redirects items that might be thrown away to charitable organizations and volunteers are needed.

  • 04/26- Workshops are set next week for those interested in learning more about federal student loans and their repayment process.

  • 04/26- The multi-year competition offers increased levels of investment in projects that demonstrate broad faculty engagement, strong leadership and compelling research plans. The winners' projects will be highlighted at the Office of the Vice President for Research's celebration of research and scholarship on Monday, April 30.

  • 04/26- Saint Louis University celebrated the contributions of its female staff, faculty and students at the Women's Commission's annual Women of the Year Luncheon on Wednesday, April 25. The commission also honored five outstanding women with its "Woman of the Year" awards.

  • 04/26- The 24th annual Graduate Research Symposium, sponsored by SLU's Graduate Student Association (GSA), will begin at 12:30 p.m. today and is an interdisciplinary opportunity where graduate students present their work.

  • 04/26- Scott Hahn, Ph.D., has authored dozens of books and will give the lecture on Thursday, May 3.

  • 04/26- The updates became on Thursday, April 26, and were scheduled to continue through 6 a.m.

  • 04/26- The Department of Housing, Residence Life and Student Involvement is seeking help with August's new and current student move in days.

  • 04/24- SLU’s Bookstore will hold a year-end clearance sale on Friday, April 27

  • 04/24- SLU's iteration of the annual international event to raise awareness about sexual assault, crisis services and anti-violence activism, will take place today beginning at 1:15 p.m.

  • 04/24- SLU is partnering with the YWCA Metro ST. Louis to host the anti-bias campaign on campus. The campaign's events include an advocacy call-in day, speaker series, and photo tabling.

  • 04/24- The event, hosted by Beta Theta Pi, will feature a speaker from the Women's Safe House of St. Louis, and participants will walk in high heels across SLU and the St. Louis community to raise awareness about domestic violence.

  • 04/20- SLU students, faculty and staff members can download the app, Rave Guardian, to help them travel more safely on and off campus. The app includes a safety timer to alert friends or the Department of Public Safety (DPS) if they need help and allows users to alert DPS to suspicious activity through texting and photo sharing among other features.

  • 04/19- P. David Brown, S.J., joined the Vatican Observatory in 2008. He will speak on Tuesday, April 24, at the bicentennial symposium honoring Jesuit contributions to science.

  • 04/19- TIAA, the University's retirement planning partner, is offering individual counseling sessions.

  • 04/17- Thomas Croat, Ph.D., of the Missouri Botanical Garden, has amassed a prodigious plant collection over more than 50 years of research. He will deliver the Department of Biology's annual John Dwyer Public Lecture on Friday, April 27.

  • 04/17- The afternoon mini-retreat includes prayer, talk, reflection and dinner. Registration is due by Wednesday, April 25.

  • 04/17- The FTKolor Run 5K fun run and walk will take place on Saturday, April 28 and the proceeds benefit local children's hospitals.

  • 04/13- This year's Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week events celebrated the SLU community's global relationships and the impact of SLU around the world in changing the world for good.

  • 04/13- Graduating seniors, nominated by their departments from across the University, will present as part of an exhibit highlighting their creative and academic work.

  • 04/13- Molly Schaller, Ph.D., was previously interim dean for the School of Education. Her new appointment begins on Aug. 1 and she will support the Institutional Examen review process, a one-year period of reflection and discernment of Jesuit identity and commitment adopted by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU).

  • 04/12- Denise Sleet, Ph.D., will begin assembling a team to refine and implement plans for a new advising model, fulfilling a key recommendation from the University-wide committee that evaluated SLU's existing advising structure.

  • 04/12- Patrick McCruden, chief mission integration officer for SSM Health, will as part of the Conference on Medicine and Religion hosted by SLU's Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics this weekend at St. Louis's Union Station.

  • Members of the MEDLaunch executive board pose with others at the MEDLaunch Demo Day in April 2016. Photo by Re-I Chin

    04/12- MEDLaunch teams will showcase new devices, technologies at 3rd Annual Event

  • 04/10- Abstracts are due by Tuesday, May 1, for the symposium which brings together faculty whose research interests further wound healing initiviatives across the region.

  • 04/10- Julie Howe, an instructor in health information management, received the John R. Hunt Award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Her recent work has included helping to develop a national case management system to collection uniform death certificate information to help the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) drive public health initiatives and presenting more than 20 peer-reviewed studies at the national and international level.