03/20- "Women at SLU: The Quest for Knowledge, Power and Legacy," brings together the University's Women's Commission, Department of Women's and Gender Studies, and English department to discuss the challenges and opportunities women confront as students, staff members and faculty at SLU.
03/20- The hunt will involve activities that can be completed throughout the week of April 2 and sign-ups are due by Monday, April 2.
03/20- The student team traveled with mentors from Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology, and spent time visiting several Mayan communities in the country's Toledo district where they met with community leaders, tested water samples and analyzed the region's clean drinking water needs.
03/20- Campus Recreation and Wellness is offering discounts on group fitness classes.
03/15- Gary Bledsoe, Ph.D., will lead the school effective July 1. The college's four engineering departments will be reorganized into a single school within Parks in order to promote interdisciplinary collaboration across disciplines.
03/15- Faculty, staff and departments interested in employing eligible students for the summer can learn more about the program during the Wednesday, April 25 session.
03/15- The symposium's featured speakers include SLU alumni Francis Slay (Law '80), former St. Louis mayor, and Kevin O'Malley (A&S '70, Law '73), former U.S. ambassador to Ireland among other current and former public servants.
03/15- Those registering before Saturday, March 24, receive an early registration discount and are guaranteed a commemorative T-shirt and bicentennial medal for participating in the April fun run and walk.
03/15- The likeness of Philip O. Alderson, M.D., former dean and vice president for medical affairs, joins the framed portraits of every dean of the School of Medicine and was unveiled at a ceremony on Tuesday, March 6. Alderson retired from his positions at SLU at the end of 2016.
03/15- Sophomore Olivia Smithhisler was a recipient of the inaugural Sister Shirley Kolmer Memorial Grant from SLU's Women's Commission and it funded a leadership training she considers key to her decision to continue her studies in mechanical engineering. A bicentennial celebration and gala set for Friday, March 23, will benefit the grant program and the Department of Women's and Gender Studies.
03/15- The SLU community can drop off household goods, clothing and accessories at five sites throughout campus.
03/13- A new print app will be available and improvements will include better print services, a printing credit and improved print security following the updates.
03/13- Regular shuttles will run through the break while SLU Ride availability will be limited.
03/11- Catherine Keck, a dental assistant in the Center for Advanced Dental Education (CADE), founded Project Restore Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to helping children, families and communities to overcome poverty, disease and injustice while advocating self-reliance and sustainability. The project has taken Keck and volunteer experts she's assembled to Uganda, to work with local villagers to create solutions to community health and environmental issues.
03/09- The five faculty members were honored at the second annual Scholarly Works Reception on Friday, March 2.
03/09- Faculty, staff and students mailing packages through the University's mail system should refrain from using tape to seal envelopes as it causes delays and jams equipment.
03/09- The seventh annual symposium will include a keynote address by Richelle Koopman, M.D., of the University of Missouri, resident research posters and faculty presentations.
03/09- The 5K fun run will benefit Places for People and faculty and staff participants can receive 250 Vitality points.
03/08- Nominations for both awards are due by Saturday, March 31. Honorees will be recognized at an awards ceremony in September.
03/08- Current students can apply through Thursday, March 29, for the competitive scholarship granted to undergraduate students committed to social justice, academic success, service, leadership and cultural awareness building.
03/08- The bookstore will be closed Thursday, March 15, and through the weekend of March 17. Normal hours will resume on Monday, March 19.
03/08- The case competition on Tuesday, March 6, featured research and presentations on clinical cases by students.
03/06- The SLU community including alumni can access Handshake, a database with over 12,000 organizations actively seeking candidates to fill open positions through mySLU or by downloading the database's new app.
03/06- Information Technology Services (ITS) will be making a number of changes to the University network to enhance its security and improving reliability during the week of Spring Break, March 12 to 15.
03/06- The week-long event is focused on helping students plan and register for classes. Special drawings and opportunities to meet with academic advisors will be offered.
03/06- The new, temporary hours will be in effect from Monday, March 12, through Saturday, March 17. Normal hours will resume on Monday, March 19.
03/06- Eighteen outstanding seniors were recognized at an awards ceremony on Saturday, March 3, before their families, friends, faculty and staff mentors. The students present waht it means to be a Billiken and excellence in their academic careers, leadership, service and commitment to living SLU's mission upon graduation.
03/06- Nationally-recognized pediatrician and entrepreneur Gloria Wilder, M.D., will speak about the impact of the social determinants of health.
03/02- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff and students.
03/02- Twelve of the 14 scholarship recipients are SLU students and slots remain for the current year's program. The program aims to prepare students from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education for graduate study.
03/02- The program is looking for 10 faculty and staff members to assist small groups of undergraduate students as they participate in the vocational discernment program.
03/02- The symposium will include the reading of excerpts from the Civil Rights leader's 1964 speech at SLU and King's historical and continuing impact as a public intellectual, theologian and activist.
03/02- Judy Henderson, who spent 35 years in prison and received clemency in December 2017 through the efforts of the Saint Louis University School of Law Legal Clinics and other SLU community advocates, will talk with students about her life, time in prison and the challenges of reintegrating into society as a free person.
03/02- The March 22 lunch will consider Ignatian thought about the skill and power of dialogue.
03/01- The retreat, "Living in the Presence of God," will take place during the weekend of March 10. Faculty and staff members can earn 100 Vitality points for participating and registration closes on Wednesday, March 7.
03/01- The conference, sponsored by the Center for Intercultural Studies, will bring scholars from around the world together to examine the cultural encounters and mixing occurring in what would become the St. Louis region in the early part of the 19th Century.
03/01- Intermittant connectivity issues may occur once server work begins on Friday, March 2. The work will be completed on Saturday, March 3.
03/01- The annual community-wide service day is set for Saturday, April 21.
03/01- Chief Jim Moran and officers from Saint Louis University's Department of Public Safety contributed over 25 hours of service to SLU's 200-Years-in-One-Year challenge while raising over $1,400 for the Special Olympics on Saturday, Feb. 24.
03/01- Darrell Kirch, M.D., a distinguish physician, educator and medical scientist with a career spanning all aspects of academic medicine, will speak on Monday, March 5, as part of Transforming SLU’s “Conversations for the Decade Ahead” speaker series.
03/01- Culinary students from Saint Louis University's nutrition and dietetics program are staging a takeover of the cafe at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM).
02/27- The first candidate for the new position overseeing the University's undergraduate core will meet with the SLU community today and other forums are set for next week and later this month.
02/27- Saint Louis University honored Dr. Richard A. Chaifetz at a reception on Thursday, Feb. 22, at the newy name Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business
02/27- Students in the School of Medicine organized the tributes honoring more than 25 faculty members from across SLU's pre-clinical and clinical programs. The new series marks is meant to thank instructors for their diverse roles in furthering students' medical studies.
02/27- The April conference will feature more than 125 papers, panels and poster presentations on the complex relationship between science, faith and the medical field.
02/27- Brief internet outages are expected to begin at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28, and will last until about 2 a.m. as the new firewall is installed.
02/27- The symposium, "Law, Technology, and the Organization of Work," is hosted by the Wefel Center for Employment Law and Law Journal. It will feature guest speakers from around the world.
02/27- The center needs staff and faculty members to serve as primary instructors for the first-year seminar course.
02/23- The internal reorganization of Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology will create a School of Engineering within the college. Open forums with the finalist for the new school's directorship are set for Friday, March 2.
02/23- Adults can enjoy a free craft beer event before the game on Tuesday, Feb. 27, and tickets are available.
02/23- Tutors and Supplemental Instruction Leaders (SI leaders) are needed for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications are due by Friday, March 23, and those selected will interview for the roles on Saturday, April 7.
02/23- The March 2 conference is designed to advance discussions in the field of health care ethics, feature student work and to raise awareness about ethical issues in science and medicine in the University and wider community.
02/22- Lower level doors will be replaced and construction will begin on Monday, Feb. 26.
02/22- During the past year, the division has focused on reducing costs while working to maintain or improve services for faculty, staff and students. Members of the SLU community are invited to a series of open forums next week to learn more about the changes and to offer feedback.
02/22- The students, some of the nation's most gifted high school seniors, will be on campus for the second of two Presidential Scholarship Interview Weekends. More than 500 high school students will interview for the award this year.
02/22- SLU community members can nominate outstanding female faculty members, administrators, staff members and students for the Women's Commission's annual honor until Monday, March 5.
02/22- The society will honor its 188 newest members on Sunday, Feb. 25.
02/22- The SLU community can nominate staff, faculty members, students or organizations for the awards.
02/22- The security patches sent out on Monday, Feb. 26, will be installed automatically at 4 a.m. on Friday, March 2. Network changes are planned for the southern portion of SLU's campus on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
02/20- The committee is compiling dates and events for a calendar for graduating seniors.