Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
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.
02/01- All SLUCare staff and clinical members must complete required patient safety-related training modules by Friday, March 1.
02/01- Sydney Norton, Ph.D., will join authors, historians and community activists to examine the histories shared by African-Americans and German-Americans in Missouri, particularly in the decades leading up to the abolition of slavery.
01/31- The Billiken Teacher Corps hosted hundreds of Catholic grade and high school students for the annual celebration of fellowship and fun.
01/31- The annual awards from the Graduate Student Association (GSA) honor graduate student teaching, leadership, service and faculty mentorship.
01/31- The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is accepting applications to join the University's chapter of the graduate and professional student honor society through Thursday, March 7.
01/29- Departments have until Monday, Feb. 18, to indicate whether up to three of their students will showcase a poster presentation at the May 1 symposium.
01/29- The course will teach students hand strikes, kicks, blocking and other defense strategies.
01/29- Students, faculty and staff members are encouraged to submit their actual and proposed projects centered in North St. Louis to the symposium by Friday, March 1.
01/25- A roundtable with core leaders from peer Jesuit institutions is set for Friday, Feb. 1, and the committee tasked with formulating SLU's new undergraduate common core curriculum is seeking curricular design suggestions.
01/25- The head coach of SLU's men's basketball team needs the campus community's help to strike a blow against cancer in Infiniti's "Timeout For The Win" contest. The top three coaches at the end of the contest's voting will be honored with a combined donation to the American Cancer Society totaling $600,000.
01/25- Outstanding SLU alumni are eligible for the honors and nominations are due Friday, March 1.
01/25- The 18 students represent what it means to be a Billiken and were chosen for their outstanding achievements in their academic lives and for their efforts to live out SLU's mission.
01/24- Participants will have five weeks to cover the distance of a traditional "Ironman" triathlon.
01/24- The Jan. 31 Mass will celebrate the life and impact of Sister Mary Teresa Noth, Ed.D., former dean of the School of Nursing, who died in December 2018.
01/24- The 25th annual interdisciplinary Graduate Research Symposium will be held in April and abstracts are due Thursday, Feb. 28.
01/24- The application will be down for maintenance on Saturday, Jan. 26.
01/24- The acclaimed author, artist and director will discuss the Charles Blow memoir, "Fire Shut Up in My Bones," and her role as librettist for the upcoming Opera Theatre of Saint Louis production of the work.
01/22- The study will examine the experiences of bilingual parents and families.
01/22- More than 120 buses will be dropping off students attending the Ninth Annual Education Day at Chaifetz Arena. SLU students, faculty and staff members should avoid the area around the arena in the morning and early afternoon on Wednesday, Jan. 23.
01/17- Copies of the annual Saint Louis University fact book can be ordered online via two methods this year. This year's profile includes information on new developments in SLU's Midtown neighborhood, its Accelerting Excellence campaign, and updated enrollment figures and rankings information.
01/17- The Microsoft patches will install automatically. Users may receive a pop-up notification to close an application before the patch can install.
01/17- The March retreat weekend will focus on helping faculty members prepare third-year review, tenure and promotion dossiers, and seats are limited.
01/17- The request form will be unavailable for a brief time during the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 23, but emergency maintenance requests will still be taken by phone during the outage.
01/17- The SLU community is invited to three open fora focused on soliciting feedback on the new recommednations from the Science and Engineering Task Force.
01/17- Accreditation provides assurance that SLU's educational program for residents and fellows meets quality standards set by the ACGME.
01/15- The band behind hits including "Hotel Key" and "Snapback" will play at Chaifetz Arena in March. SLU community members can receive a discount on tickets to the show.
01/15- The 25th anniversary HRC Auction will be held on Saturday, Jan. 26, in the Wool Ballrooms of the Busch Student Center.
01/14- In a message to the SLU community, Pestello said the committee plans to engage important stakeholders in the weeks and months ahead.
01/11- The program, which runs through the end of the fiscal year, is testing out removing the need to enter a code when dialing long distance from University phone extensions.
01/11- Rates for first-class letters will rise five cents. University-related mail will still receive the meter discount.
01/11- The University's Divisions of Marketing and Communications, Development and the Office of Alumni Engagement all home awards, with one entry winning at the Platinum level to move on to the national CASE competition later this year.
01/11- The keynote speaker for this year’s event will be American human rights advocate and community activist Martin Luther King III, the son of legendary Civil Rights leaders the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.