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Events

January 18 - February 16, 2020

Saturday, January 18

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
18 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
18 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Saturday, January 18 | 8:00 PM

Sunday, January 19

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
19 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
19 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Sunday, January 19 | 3:00 PM

Monday, January 20

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
20 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Lecture
20 Jan

The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Lecture recognizes members of the St. Louis and university community who continue to advance Dr. King’s message...

The 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration
20 Jan

The Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration is an annual celebration honoring the legacy of Dr. King and the impact he has made on those who carry the torch for...

Monday, January 20 | 7:00 PM

Tuesday, January 21

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
21 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

MLK Week 2020: Life Outside of Violence Program Lunch Panel & Discussion
21 Jan

The week aims to highlight violence prevention initiatives happening here at WUSM in partnership with our regional community. Students, staff and faculty...

'Bone Appetit: Host-pathogen Interactions During Osteomyelitis'
21 Jan

James Cassat, of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, will present this MMMP Seminar.

University Shield
21 Jan

Lee Epstein, Ethan A.H. Shepley Distinguished University Professor, Washington University, and James E. Daily, Legal Data Scientist, Skopos Labs, Inc., will...

Tuesday, January 21 | 12:00 PM
Artist Talk: Abbey Hepner & Alicia Plemmons
21 Jan

Artist Abbey Hepner and economist Alicia Plemmons will deliver an artist talk in conjunction with Big Pharma, an exhibition featuring a series of photographs...

Wednesday, January 22

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
22 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

MLK Week 2020: Bullets & Blessings with Laurie Punch
22 Jan

This event is part of Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Week 2020. With a focus on violence as a public health epidemic, Punch’s TedxGatewayArch Talk...

Wednesday, January 22 | 12:00 PM
'Optical Photon Generation from a Superconducting Qubit
22 Jan

The ability to store, transfer and process quantum information promises to transform how we calculate, communicate and measure. The physical realization of...

Wednesday, January 22 | 4:00 PM
'Climbing the Ladder, Chasing the Dream: The History of Homer G. Phillips Hospital'
22 Jan

Bernard Becker Medical Library, in collaboration with the Center for History Of Medicine at the School of Medicine, presents this 73rd Historia Medica...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
22 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Wednesday, January 22 | 7:00 PM

Thursday, January 23

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
23 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

MLK Week 2020: Regional Approaches to Reducing Violence in St. Louis Lunch Panel & Discussion
23 Jan

This event is part of Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Week 2020. Panelists from the Gun Violence Initiative at the Institute for Public Health, St....

Thursday, January 23 | 11:30 AM
'Axiogenesis and Ultralight Dark Matter'
23 Jan

Raymond Co, of the University of Michigan, will present.

Thursday, January 23 | 3:00 PM
'How Women's Subsistence Work Shapes Biology: Impacts of Shodagor Women's Work on Health and Development'
23 Jan

Katherine Starkweather, NSF SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of New Mexico, will present.

Thursday, January 23 | 4:00 PM
'Microbe-microbe Interactions and the Oral Microbiome'
23 Jan

Living Earth Collaborative/Evolution, Ecology & Population Biology Seminar featuring Gina Lewin, Georgia Tech.

Thursday, January 23 | 4:00 PM
'New Mechanisms for Plate Tectonics, Lunar Drift and Differential Rotation of the Lithosphere'
23 Jan

Innumerable examples exist in the Universe whereby motions of large objects are driven by gravitational forces. Yet, motions of Earth’s lithospheric plates...

Thursday, January 23 | 4:15 PM
EPS Colloquium: Anne Hofmeister
23 Jan

Anne Hofmeister, of Washington University, will present.

Thursday, January 23 | 4:15 PM
MLK Week 2020: Stop the Bleed Class & Resource Fair
23 Jan

Come find out how you can be involved in violence prevention work in our region. Local organizations need your support and YOU can do something! Learn about...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
23 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Thursday, January 23 | 7:00 PM

Friday, January 24

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
24 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

WUNDIR Meeting
24 Jan

The Washington University Network for Dissemination and Implementation Research (WUNDIR), is an informal network of researchers with a common interest in...

Friday, January 24 | 9:00 AM
The Religion Clauses
24 Jan

The Religion Clauses is an interdisciplinary conference to explore current and future trends in the First Amendment’s free exercise and establishment...

Friday, January 24 | 9:15 AM
'Freedom of Association: Campus Religious Organizations'
24 Jan

Michael McConnell, Richard and Frances Mallery Professor of Law and Director, Constitutional Law Center, Stanford University, will present in conjunction...

Friday, January 24 | 12:00 PM
Overview of 12C(α,γ)16O
24 Jan

This talk will review the current status as well as some history of the 12C(,)16O reaction and the level structure of 16O. This reaction is essential for our...

Friday, January 24 | 12:00 PM
Artist Talk: Matthew Shipp
24 Jan

In his unique and recognizable style, New York City pianist Matthew Shipp has performed and recorded vigorously from the late 1980s onward, creating music in...

'Dancing Against the Law: Critical Moves in Queer Bangalore'
24 Jan

India's rights-based LGBTQ activism--legislation, public protest, film and web production--has centered on the decriminalization of sodomy, particularly the...

Friday, January 24 | 4:30 PM
The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
24 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Friday, January 24 | 8:00 PM

Saturday, January 25

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
25 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Physics Family Fun Day: The Physics of Animals
25 Jan

Kids will learn about the mantis shrimp, electric eels, understand the science behind why cats always land on their feet, how spiders walk on walls and which...

Saturday, January 25 | 10:00 AM
Island Press Open House
25 Jan

Stop by the Island Press Open House to see our new space in Bixby Hall, along with editions and works in progress by recent visiting artists such as Diane...

Saturday, January 25 | 4:00 PM
MFA Open Studios
25 Jan

Go behind the scenes at this annual event to meet students in the Sam Fox School’s MFA in Visual Art program. Visit their studios, view work in progress, ask...

Saturday, January 25 | 4:00 PM
Medical Center Winter Concert
25 Jan

This is a free concert featuring live musical performances by the faculty, staff and students of the School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
25 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Saturday, January 25 | 8:00 PM

Sunday, January 26

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
26 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

The Black Rep presents 'Two Trains Running'
26 Jan

In August Wilson’s masterpiece, history unfolds around everyday lives against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Part of Wilson’s trailblazing...

Sunday, January 26 | 3:00 PM

Monday, January 27

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
27 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Poverty and Race: The Other St. Louis' featuring Wes Moore
27 Jan

Recent proposals to restructure governance in the St. Louis region pose an opportunity for citizens to consider changes that advance racial equity and...

Vir Biotechnology Research Symposium
27 Jan

A kickoff celebration of the new Vir Biotechnology and School of Medicine partnership.

CBAC Seminar: 'From Pacing the Heart to the Pace of Evolution'
27 Jan

Professor Emeritus Denis Noble will ask a deeper, developmental question: why did nature develop such extensive complexity?

Tuesday, January 28

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
28 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

5th Annual Family Business Symposium: 'The Strategic Importance of Family'
28 Jan

David Kohler, President and CEO of Kohler Company, and Jeff Vincent, President and CEO of Laird Norton Company will present.

Tuesday, January 28 | 7:30 AM
'The ABC's of Microbial Regulation of Lipid Immuno-modulators in Intestinal Health and Disease'
28 Jan

Beth McCormick, of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, will present this MMMP Seminar.

University Shield
28 Jan

Sarah Lovegreen, vice president of Programs, Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Missouri, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, January 28 | 12:00 PM
'Brick by Brick' Presentation and Signing
28 Jan

Hear Karen Sherman, president of the Akilah Institute, discuss her new book "Brick by Brick: Building Hope and Opportunity for Women Survivors Everywhere." A...

Tuesday, January 28 | 4:00 PM
'The Energetics of Uniquely Human Subsistence Strategies'
28 Jan

Thomas Kraft, postdoctoral scholar, University of California, Santa Barbara, will present.

Tuesday, January 28 | 4:00 PM

Wednesday, January 29

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
29 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Bridging Topological Physics and Quantum Photonics'
29 Jan

A deeper understanding of the role of topology in condensed matter physics has led to a new paradigm of topological phases of matter, for example, the...

Wednesday, January 29 | 4:00 PM
IDEABOUNCE®
29 Jan

IdeaBounce® is both an online platform and event for sharing ideas and making connections. This is an opportunity to pitch your idea (no matter how...

Thursday, January 30

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
30 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Intimate Partner Violence and Asylum in the Americas' Report Launch and Discussion
30 Jan

How do survivors of intimate partner violence fare when applying for refugee protection in different countries of the Americas? Join us for a presentation of...

Thursday, January 30 | 12:30 PM
Physics Theory Seminar
30 Jan

Jordy de Vries, of the University of Massachusetts - Amherst, will present.

Thursday, January 30 | 3:00 PM
Physics Theory Seminar
30 Jan

Ian Shoemaker, of Virginia Tech, will present.

Thursday, January 30 | 3:00 PM
'Lifecycle Control of Polymer Materials'
30 Jan

In this talk, Jeffrey Moore, Stanley O. Ikenberry Endowed Chair and Professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will discuss...

Thursday, January 30 | 4:00 PM
'Permeability and Precarity: Gut Function, Immune Function and Tradeoffs in Infant Growth in Highland Peru'
30 Jan

Morgan Hoke, assistant professor of anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, will present.

Thursday, January 30 | 4:00 PM
'Decoding the Past: Surface Processes as a Key to Planetary Evolution'
30 Jan

Surfaces of planetary bodies record evidence of essentially all major geologic processes occurring on a body, and are the ultimate record of its evolution....

Thursday, January 30 | 4:15 PM
'Change the Subject' Screening & Panel Discussion
30 Jan

Join us for a screening of the "Change the Subject" documentary, followed by a panel discussion. This documentary tells the story of a group of college...

Thursday, January 30 | 4:30 PM
Airea D. Matthews Reading
30 Jan

Airea D. Matthews is the author of "Simulacra," winner of the 2016 Yale Series of Younger Poets. Her work has appeared in Best American Poets, Callaloo,...

Thursday, January 30 | 8:00 PM

Friday, January 31

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
31 Jan

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Applying Health Economics and Policy Tools'
31 Jan

If you are a health services or policy researcher; want to learn new ways to think about and communicate your research; or just want to impress grant...

'A Novel Machine Learning Ensemble Approach to Identifying Facility Prescribing Preference'
31 Jan

Evan Carey, of the Center for Health Outcomes Research, St. Louis University, will present during the Division of Biostatistics Seminar Series.

Studying Star Formation from the Stratosphere with BLASTPol and BLAST-TNG
31 Jan

The conversion of interstellar molecular gas into stars is an extremely inefficient process, due to regulation from a combination of turbulent gas motions,...

Friday, January 31 | 2:15 PM
Black Anthology: 'Masquerade'
31 Jan

Black Anthology annually presents work that not only resonates with Black students, but reaches across racial boundaries to touch all students, faculty and...

Friday, January 31 | 7:00 PM

Saturday, February 1

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
01 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Black Anthology: 'Masquerade'
01 Feb

Black Anthology annually presents work that not only resonates with Black students, but reaches across racial boundaries to touch all students, faculty and...

Saturday, February 1 | 7:00 PM

Sunday, February 2

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
02 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Monday, February 3

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
03 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Global Health Work in Progress
03 Feb

Global Health Work in Progress (GHWIP) aims to bring together members of the Washington University global health community to learn about each other’s work....

Arthur L. and Sheila Prensky Island Press Visiting Artist Lecture: Michael Joo
03 Feb

Michael Joo, the spring 2020 Arthur L. and Sheila Prensky Island Press Visiting Artist, will discuss his work in a public lecture. His lecture will be...

Tuesday, February 4

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
04 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

University Shield
04 Feb

Carlos Cruchaga, professor of psychiatry at Washington University, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, February 4 | 12:00 PM
'Metabolic Regulation of M. tuberculosis Infection'
04 Feb

Sarah Stanley, of the University of California, Berkeley, will present this MMMP Seminar.

'Parasitic Disease Among the Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador: Testing Household Infection Patterns and Life History Trade-Offs'
04 Feb

​​​​Theresa Gildner, postdoctoral fellow, Dartmouth College, will present.

Tuesday, February 4 | 4:00 PM

Wednesday, February 5

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
05 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Physics Colloquium
05 Feb

Alessandra Corsi, of Texas Tech University, will present.

Wednesday, February 5 | 4:00 PM

Thursday, February 6

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
06 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Lynching of John Henry James Historical Marker, Charlottesville, 2019. Photo by Mabel O. Wilson
06 Feb

The faculty of the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design present the ninth year of DISCUSSIONS in Architectural History...

Thursday, February 6 | 12:00 PM
CSIS Debate Series: 'Does Democracy Foster Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa?'
06 Feb

Does democracy foster economic growth? Do human rights protections advance counterterrorism objectives? Does great power competition hurt or empower the...

Thursday, February 6 | 4:00 PM
Chemistry Seminar: James Blakemore
06 Feb

James Blakemore, of University of Kansas, will present.

Thursday, February 6 | 4:00 PM

Friday, February 7

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
07 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Green Labs Info Session - WUSM
07 Feb

Kick off the new decade right by making your lab greener! Labs account for over 1.6 million square feet of space across Washington University campuses and...

Friday, February 7 | 11:45 AM
Environmental Studies Across the Arts and Sciences
07 Feb

How do the sciences and the humanities work together to further environmental studies in the modern university? What possibilities exist? What has worked...

First Fridays @ Becker: 'Doctor's Bags'
07 Feb

On the first Friday of each month, grab a cookie with staff at an informal presentation of themed picks from the library's renowned archival and rare books...

'Cosmic Extremes: Time-Domain Astrophysics in a Multi-Messenger World'
07 Feb

Time-domain astrophysics provides a unique opportunity to study the most extreme physical processes in the Universe, including the deaths of massive stars,...

Friday, February 7 | 2:15 PM
Spring 2020 Exhibitions Opening
07 Feb

Join the Kemper Art Museum in celebration of the opening of the spring exhibitions. Multiplied: Edition MAT and the Transformable Work of Art, 1959–1965...

Saturday, February 8

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
08 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Purpose and Prosperity: Creating Sustainable Impact in Africa'
08 Feb

The Olin Africa Business Club invites you to the 2020 Olin Africa Business Forum. The Forum convenes dignitaries, international business leaders, renowned...

Saturday, February 8 | 8:00 AM

Sunday, February 9

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
09 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Monday, February 10

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
10 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'End of its Rope: Lessons from the Death Penalty Decline for Criminal Justice'
10 Feb

Brandon Garrett, L. Neil Williams, Jr. Professor of Law, Duke University, will present this lecture.

Monday, February 10 | 12:00 PM
'Using Memory to Guide Attentional Control in Older Adulthood'
10 Feb

This seminar is part of the monthly Issues in Aging series that highlights current research and perspectives on aging-relevant issues from experts in...

Monday, February 10 | 12:00 PM
'Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power and Assault on Campus'
10 Feb

In this talk, Jennifer Hirsch, professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia University and co-author of the book "Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex,...

Physics Colloquium
10 Feb

Alessandra Corsi, of Texas Tech University, will present.

Monday, February 10 | 4:00 PM

Tuesday, February 11

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
11 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

University Shield
11 Feb

Patrick Luckett, postdoctoral research associate, of the Ances Lab, will present this seminar on the "Application of Machine Learning to Predict Amyloid,...

Tuesday, February 11 | 12:00 PM
Understanding Debt and the Mortgage Process
11 Feb

Learn how to take control of debt and navigate the mortgage process.

'Liberty of Conscience as a Tool of Empire: England and Its Restoration Colonies, 1660-1689'
11 Feb

A public lecture by Professor Daniel K. Richter, the Richard S. Dunn Director of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies and Roy F. and Jeannette P....

Tuesday, February 11 | 4:00 PM
'Advancing Research, Practice and Academic Capacities in Africa'
11 Feb

Join us for The Africa Initiative’s February edition of "Africa Speak," a conversation with WashU Faculty on their research engagements in Africa. This...

Tuesday, February 11 | 4:30 PM
The Dancing Circle: Opportunities for Connection, Community and Creation
11 Feb

This lecture/demonstration will explore the possibilities of the “dancing circle," and how the people participating, with their embodied histories and...

Tuesday, February 11 | 7:30 PM

Wednesday, February 12

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
12 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

'Extracting Hidden Information from Your Fluorescence Microscope'
12 Feb

Fluorescence microscopy is a workhorse technique in both biological and abiological imaging and sensing. A fluorescence photon can carry information encoded...

Wednesday, February 12 | 4:00 PM

Thursday, February 13

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
13 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

A Conversation with Angélique Kidjo
13 Feb

Three-time Grammy winner Angélique Kidjo is a true global superstar who has recorded 13 albums and performed at top venues around the world. Born in Benin,...

Thursday, February 13 | 12:00 PM
Physics Theory Seminar
13 Feb

Jiang-Hao Yu, of the CAS Key Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Beijing, will present.

Thursday, February 13 | 3:00 PM
Physics Theory Seminar
13 Feb

Ian Shoemaker, of Virginia Tech, will present.

Thursday, February 13 | 3:00 PM
Diane Seuss Reading
13 Feb

Diane Seuss is the author of four books of poetry: "Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl"; "Four-Legged Girl," finalist for the Pulitzer Prize; "Wolf...

Thursday, February 13 | 8:00 PM

Friday, February 14

'Immigrants: We Get the Job Done'
14 Feb

An ongoing exhibit highlighting a small number of the many immigrants who have worked at the School of Medicine over the past 128 years. Free and open to...

Patricia Brennan, RN, PhD, Director, National Library of Medicine
14 Feb

The Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) is hosting their third annual symposium and poster session to explore how the application of...

Global Migration Conference
14 Feb

Conference will include breakfast, panel discussions and lunch. Partners: Career Center: Government & Public Policy Work Group – Amy Heath-Carpentier,...

Friday, February 14 | 9:30 AM
Global Migration Conference
14 Feb

Conference will include breakfast, panel discussions and lunch. Partners: Career Center: Government & Public Policy Work Group – Amy Heath-Carpentier,...

Friday, February 14 | 10:00 AM
Roundtable: 'Informal Cities, Urbanism & Race in Brazil'
14 Feb

Roundtable conversation with Brodwyn Fischer, of the Department of History and director of the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of...

January 18 - February 16, 2020