Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
03/19- The summit will focus on the intersection of local food, sustainable agriculture and will feature tastings of locally-produced savory and sweet treats.
03/19- The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning is currently accepting applications for the institute, a week-long immersive experience focused on sparking new ways of thinking about classes, empowering instructors and creating clear learning paths for students.
03/18- The first of three open fora for candidates for the Associate Provost for Career Development position is Thursday, March 21.
03/15- The Office of the Provost has initiated a national search for a permanent vice president of enrollment and retention management.
03/15- The memorial liturgy will honor the life of Christie Tansor, a graduating student in the Master of Occupational Therapy Program.
03/15- One-on-one appointments are available at no cost to faculty and staff members.
03/14- Summer experiences from graduate and undergraduate classes to camps for kids of all ages are available.
03/14- The University's grant winners and authors of newly-published scholarly works were honored on Friday, March 1, at a reception hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR).
03/14- TravelPlex is currently working to identify anyone traveling on SLU's behalf who might be impacted by flight cancellations due to federal orders grounding all Boeing 737 Max-8 and 737 Max-9 aircraft.
03/12- During the next two weeks, demolition crews will be taking down two University-owned buildings along Laclede Ave.
03/12- The customizable templates include brochures, flyers, posters and postcards. They can be accessed through the "Tools" tab in MySLU.
03/12- The SLU Gambling Lab is looking for participants to participate in gambling activities to help researchers understand the psychological component to gambling-related behaviors.
03/08- The bookstore in Busch Student Center will have abbreviated hours during the week of Spring break, March 11-16.
03/08- The ITS teams will be performing maintenance on the University's enterprise DHCP system March 13-14.
03/07- SLU will celebrate five outstanding female staff members, faculty and students at the annual luncheon hosted by the Women's Commission in April.
03/07- Undergraduate and graduate students can submit abstracts for the annual SLU Sigma Xi Research Symposium.
03/07- The new tournament will feature faster time controls and other play innovations to allow as many student players to participate as possible.
03/07- Callers could experience intermittent outages and voice mail interruptions during the work period.
03/05- Marlon Millner, of Northwestern University, will be the conference's keynote speaker discussing his work at the intersection of political and constructive theology, African-American and black diaspora studies and contemporary theory.
03/05- Faculty and staff members can attend the Office of Mission and Identity's evening of reflection and spiritual development in April.
03/05- The college's annual "E-Week" festivities included a special Innovation Challenge, outreach to girls interested in STEM careers and an engineering challenge for high school students.
03/01- The study is investigating what motivates first-year students to give to charitable causes.
03/01- The scholarship honoring the SLU alumna includes an immersion experience in Costa Rica, formal study and experiential learning to foster awareness and understanding of the pople, religion and culture of Central America.
03/01- Applications from graduating seniors, law students, graduate students, and medical students are due Monday, April 8.
03/01- Catch up on the fellowships, awards, service and advocacy the SLU community undertook last month.
02/28- As part of the spring service day, Billikens will disperse throughout the St. Louis area to work wtih community organizations to improve life for all in the region.
02/28- Several campus dining options will be open shortened hours or will close early during Spring Break.
02/28- Completing the short survey will help researchers understand common ways romantic partners behave during conflicts.
02/26- Friday's sale in Busch Student Center will benefit Karen House, which provides shelter to those in need.
02/26- University Theatre will bring Moliere's classic comedy to life tomorrow as it opens on a Grand Center stage as part of a partnership with the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.
02/26- The reading group is open to all members of the SLU community and will start its discussions on Thursday, March 21, with a book by the father of black liberation theology.
02/26- DineSLU is conducting the survey through Saturday, March 9, and those completing the survey will be entered in a drawing prizes.
02/21- The required updates will take place after business hours and users make experience intermittent outages during the work period.
02/21- Modes of Expression features selections from SLU's permanent collections. The exhibit will open on Friday, March 1, with a reception.
02/21- Students, faculty and staff members are eligible for the annual award, and nominations will be accepted through Friday, March 8.
02/19- The fundraising challenge issued by Campus Kitchen HQ runs through Friday, Feb. 22.
02/19- Students can submit videos of their best investor pitches for the chance to take part in the contest's final competition event at Busch Stadium.
02/19- Sales of the Krispy Kreme confections will benefit local children's hospitals.
02/19- TIAA representatives will provide free advice on retirement planning for faculty and staff members.
02/14- The patches for Microsoft Windows will deploy on Thursday, Feb. 21, and will install automatically.
02/14- Natalie Gillard, founder of FACTUALITY, will lead the sessions on structural inequality on Monday, Feb. 18.
02/14- The student will examine thinking and concentration in adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
02/14- Those making phone calls from landlines on the southern end of campus may experience intermittent outages between 7 and 11:45 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16.
02/12- The workshop will be led by activists Maxx Boykin and Lestian McNeal and is hosted by the Cross Cultural Center and Community Engagement and Service Leadership Program in the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business.
02/11- The office is moving to Wool Center, 3545 Lindell Blvd., on Monday, Feb. 18.
02/08- The newly renovated café will offer coffee lovers a chance to indulge their passion for caffeine on Valentine's Day, Thursday, Feb. 14.
02/08- Three SLU seniors received scholarships from the St. Louis chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realors (SIOR), the fifth year the society has partnered with SLU to support students interested in careers in commercial real estate.
02/07- Students can submit essays for the chance to win prizes in the annual Spaulding Writing Awards competition until Friday, March 29.
02/07- The study's goal is to identify ways to support nurses and caregivers.
02/05- The University will replace Tegrity, SLU's current lecture capture tool, with Panopto. Training materials and more information about the transition will be forthcoming.
02/05- The competitive award is open to undergraduate students committed to social justice, academic success, service, leadership and to enhancing cultural awareness.
02/05- Ellen Harshman, Ph.D., J.D., dean emerita and head of the University's Bicentennial Planning Committee, shares her thanks and reflections on the festivities that marked SLU's 200th anniversary in 2018.
02/05- The celebrations of African-American history and culture will continue campus-wide with lectures, a blood drive, food and jazz performances.
02/05- The SLU Gambling Lab is looking for participants to participate in gambling activities for a study examining various psychological responses to gambling.
02/01- See how Billikens started the year with presentations, publications, new appointments and awards.
02/01- Four coaches with Ivy League and SLU experience will speak about leadership, mentorship and the sports business profession on Wednesday, Feb. 6. RSVPs to attend the talk are due Monday, Feb. 4.
02/01- The Spring Break retreat will include writing time in a structured environment with other scholars and a limited number of one-on-one appointments with writing center specialists.
02/01- The fellowships support graduate students during the summer as they prepare for exams and conduct research on their thesis and dissertation projects.
02/01- The workshops, by Men Can Stop Rape, will focus on the mixed messages that surround masculinity and the role they play in violence against women. The workshop will highlight positive understandings of masculinity and skill-building for challenging harmful behaviors and stereotypes.
02/01- The sixth annual research conference hosted by SLU's Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics is accepting proposals for papers until Thursday, Feb. 21.