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February 19 - March 19, 2020

Wednesday, February 19

Day of Dialogue & Action
19 Feb

Mark your calendar for the 2020 Day of Dialogue & Action, which will take place as follows: Tuesday, Feb. 18 -Daytime programming on the Medical...

Interfaith Week
19 Feb

Sponsored by the Office for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life. View a full listing of events. Event of note: The Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Lecture:...

Wednesday, February 19 | 12:00 AM
Long-term Care Insurance Informational Sessions
19 Feb

Explore the topic of long-term care insurance to see if this type of coverage should be part of your financial planning. Register by calling 800-230-3398 or...

Wednesday, February 19 | 12:00 PM
'Funk Money:  The End of Empire and the Expansion of Tax Havens, 1950s-1960s'
19 Feb

This talk explores the history of decolonization from an economic and financial perspective. Through the examples of the French and British Empires, it shows...

Wednesday, February 19 | 3:30 PM
3MT-Biology Department Three minute thesis competition
19 Feb

Biology is hosting a three minute thesis competition challenging grad students and postdocs to communicate their scientific research in just three minutes...

Wednesday, February 19 | 3:30 PM
'Shining Light On Quantum Materials'
19 Feb

Despite the undeniably quantum nature of interactions in solids at the microscopic scale, macroscopic measurements of material properties nearly always give...

Wednesday, February 19 | 4:00 PM
Research Workshop: Data Management Planning and Practice (Part 1)
19 Feb

Data Management (part one) will describe best practices for data management planning and working your data while a research project is active. Free and open...

Wednesday, February 19 | 4:00 PM
WashU Libraries Book Club: The Geography of Bliss
19 Feb

February’s Book Club selection is The Geography of Bliss: One Grump’s Search for the Happiest Places in the World by Eric Weiner. Book Club events will...

74th Historia Medica Lecture and Exhibit Opening Reception: ‘Maesters, Greyscale and Milk of the Poppy: Medicine in ‘Game of Thrones'
19 Feb

Bernard Becker Medical Library, in collaboration with the Center for History of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine, presents this lecture...

Long-term Care Insurance Informational Session
19 Feb

Explore the topic of long-term care insurance to see if this type of coverage should be part of your financial planning. Register by calling 800-230-3398 or...

Wednesday, February 19 | 5:00 PM
Graduate School of Art MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture Lecture: Kyle T. Webster
19 Feb

International award-winning illustrator Kyle T. Webster will deliver a public lecture presented by the MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture program. The...

Know Your Level: Collaboration, Partnership and the Institutional Review Board
19 Feb

Know Your Level of Community Engagement is focused on the continuum of community-engaged research, with each level of research engagement described and...

Thursday, February 20

Interfaith Week
20 Feb

Sponsored by the Office for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life. View a full listing of events. Event of note: The Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Lecture:...

Thursday, February 20 | 12:00 AM
Long-term Care Insurance Informational Sessions
20 Feb

Explore the topic of long-term care insurance to see if this type of coverage should be part of your financial planning. Register by calling 800-230-3398 or...

Thursday, February 20 | 9:00 AM
"Gastric Cancer Burden in the United States"
20 Feb

Elena Martinez, Sam W. Walton Endowed Chair for Cancer Research at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center presents: "Gastric Cancer Burden in the United...

'Culturally Conscious Communication'
20 Feb

Investigate how unconscious biases can shape the direction of interactions among a care team and learn strategies to combat these biases to improve equity of...

Webinar: Understanding Debt and the Mortgage Process
20 Feb

Attend this webinar to learn how to take control of debt and navigate the mortgage process. Our goal is to bring financial education to employees even if...

Thursday, February 20 | 12:00 PM
Physics Theory Seminar
20 Feb

Evan Grohs, of the University of California/LANL, will present.

Thursday, February 20 | 3:00 PM
'Academic-Industry Drug Discovery Partnerships' at Venture Café
20 Feb

This month at ICTS Precision Medicine Thursdays, Saint Louis University researchers David Grigg and Fran Sverdrup will discuss their experiences with...

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
University Shield
20 Feb

Washington University Institute for Public Health, Human Trafficking Collaborative Network and National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis jointly offer...

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
'Figuring Difference in Modern Japanese Literature: The Case for Quantitative Reasoning'
20 Feb

This talk makes the case for the value of quantitative reasoning in the study of modern Japanese literature. The impulse to reason about literary history...

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
'Growth and Spread: Spatial Dynamics of an Invasive Species'
20 Feb

Living Earth Collaborative/Evolution, Ecology & Population Biology Seminar featuring Kelley Erickson, Missouri Botanical Garden.

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
'Removing Organic Pollutants from Water Using Polymers Derived from Corn'
20 Feb

Organic micropollutants, such as pesticides and pharmaceuticals, have raised concerns about negative effects on ecosystems and human health. These compounds...

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
Chemistry Seminar: William Dichtel
20 Feb

William Dichtel, of Northwestern University, will present.

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
Growth and Spread: Spatial Dynamics of an Invasive Species-Kelley Erickson
20 Feb

Living Earth Collaborative/Evolution, Ecology & Population Biology Seminar featuring Kelley Erickson, Missouri Botanical Garden

Thursday, February 20 | 4:00 PM
Research Workshop: Telling Your Story with ArcGIS Storymaps
20 Feb

ArcGIS Storymaps is a browser-based platform for webpage creation that facilitates interactive map creation and sharing and provides a simple tool for...

'Volcanic and Tectonic Processes Across the Solar System'
20 Feb

Volcanism and tectonism are two of the leading processes that shape planetary surfaces throughout the Solar System. Volcanic activity produces planetary...

Thursday, February 20 | 4:15 PM
Long-term Care Insurance Informational Sessions
20 Feb

Explore the topic of long-term care insurance to see if this type of coverage should be part of your financial planning. Register by calling 800-230-3398 or...

Thursday, February 20 | 5:00 PM
St. Louis Academy of Mathematical Sciences annual meeting
20 Feb

The St. Louis Academy of Mathematical Sciences, a gathering of researchers in all areas of the mathematical sciences in the St. Louis region, holds its...

Thursday, February 20 | 5:00 PM
'IdeaBounce®'
20 Feb

Pitch your idea, no matter how "half-baked." Get feedback and make connections. IdeaBounce® features a networking reception with investors, founders, and...

Thursday, February 20 | 5:30 PM
Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Visiting Artist Lecture: Pablo Helguera
20 Feb

New York-based artist Pablo Helguera, the director of adult and academic programs at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, will deliver the Henry L. and...

Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Lecture: 'Faith in Action: Working For Justice in St. Louis'
20 Feb

This year's Isserman lecture features Shima Rostami and Billie Mayo, who will share powerful stories about the intersections of their social justice work in...

Thursday, February 20 | 7:00 PM
'Designer Babies and Choosing Disabilities: Ethical Considerations of Deliberately Creating a Disabled Child by IVF'
20 Feb

Join us for the 2020 Boniuk-Tanzman Memorial Lecture on Jewish Medical Ethics by Daniel Eisenberg. Assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro...

Thursday, February 20 | 7:30 PM
Jazz at Holmes
20 Feb

Please join us for a performance featuring guitarists and Washington University faculty Bill Lenihan and Vince Varvel. Jazz at Holmes is a free weekly...

Thursday, February 20 | 8:00 PM
Visiting Hurst Professor: Rick Barot Reading
20 Feb

Visiting Hurst Professor Rick Barot has published three volumes of poetry: "The Darker Fall," "Want," which was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and...

Thursday, February 20 | 8:00 PM

Friday, February 21

'Men on Boats'
21 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Friday, February 21 | 12:00 AM
8ight Ways to Wellness Activity Challenge
21 Feb

Need a boost to help you with your 8ight Ways to Wellness? 8ight Ways to Wellness is the framework that guides all of the programs and resources offered...

Interfaith Week
21 Feb

Sponsored by the Office for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life. View a full listing of events. Event of note: The Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Lecture:...

Friday, February 21 | 12:00 AM
WUSM Health Happening Fair
21 Feb

Get your annual health screening, visit with clinicians and vendors, walk away with giveaways, and more! As you focus on the 8ight Ways to Wellness,...

Midwest Memory Mayhem
21 Feb

This workshop explores focused topics at the intersection of the philosophy and psychology of human memory. With short talks in focused sessions, the aim is...

Friday, February 21 | 8:30 AM
Third Annual International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Symposium
21 Feb

The 2020 International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Symposium: What Happens Before and After International Arbitration? will be held at Washington...

Friday, February 21 | 1:00 PM
Laboratory Astronomy Using Microscopes
21 Feb

Presolar grains found in pristine meteorites are stellar relicts that predate our solar system. They enable the study of bona fide stellar materials in the...

Friday, February 21 | 2:15 PM
Song of Volcano and Mine: Audiovisual Imagery/Imagination of "Nanyang" (Southeast Asia) in 1930s Chinese Cinema
21 Feb

Since the 18th century, “Nanyang” (Southeast Asia) has been a destination for Chinese migrants, who predominantly worked at mines and plantations. The...

Friday, February 21 | 3:00 PM
Research Workshop: EndNote OnLine
21 Feb

Learn to use EndNote OnLine to store references, attach pdf documents and create bibliographies instantly for your research paper. This class will focus on...

Great Artists Series 19-20: Jupiter String Quartet
21 Feb

Program: Quartet in A Major, K. 464 - MozartImprimatur - Kati Agocs String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, “Death and the Maiden” - Schubert For information,...

Saturday, February 22

'Men on Boats'
22 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Saturday, February 22 | 12:00 AM
University Shield
22 Feb

The American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) and Physicians Against the Trafficking of Humans (PATH) present LIFT Training, a nationally-established Free...

Saturday, February 22 | 8:30 AM
'Hacking Climate Change with Science and Engineering'
22 Feb

This February, the Master of Liberal Arts lecture series examines the transitions between the world as it is and the one it is becoming. Sophia Hayes,...

Saturday, February 22 | 11:00 AM
MLA Lecture Series – Saturdays in February.
22 Feb

This year's theme will examine the transitions between the world as it is and the one it is becoming.

Saturday, February 22 | 11:00 AM

Sunday, February 23

'Men on Boats'
23 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Sunday, February 23 | 12:00 AM

Monday, February 24

'Men on Boats'
24 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Monday, February 24 | 12:00 AM
University Shield
24 Feb

This brainstorming/discussion event will promote collaborative efforts around aerosol research. Following fast-paced presentations from WashU faculty, there...

Condensed Matter/Materials Seminar
24 Feb

Xiangyu Cao, of the University of California, Berkeley, will present.

Monday, February 24 | 4:00 PM
Research Workshop: Fake News, Propaganda, and Misinformation
24 Feb

From the Fyre Festival to Fukushima daisies to “fake news,” mis-and-disinformation has made its impact on both the personal and political. It’s getting...

'Unstable Futures: Conserving the Immaterial, 1960 to Today'
24 Feb

Artistic exploration into technology from the 1960s to today has challenged the field of conservation as technologies rapidly evolve and become obsolete....

Trivia with TAK
24 Feb

Join Theta Alpha Kappa Honorary Society for an evening of themed trivia, dinner, and fun! 6:00 pm dinner 6:30 pm trivia All students and faculty are...

Monday, February 24 | 6:00 PM

Tuesday, February 25

'Men on Boats'
25 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Tuesday, February 25 | 12:00 AM
'Genomic Epidemiology and Evolution of Candida Auris'
25 Feb

Christina Cuomo, of the Broad Institute, will present this MMMP Seminar.

University Shield
25 Feb

Nicole S. McKay, of the Benzinger Lab, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, February 25 | 12:00 PM
'Searching for a Cause for Glioma: Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Genetics'
25 Feb

The Division of Public Health Science would like to invite you to a visiting faculty candidate lecture by Quinn T. Ostrom. Gliomas represent 81% of...

ICHAD & SMART Africa Speaker Series
25 Feb

"Developing Trust: Implications across Different Cultures" - A presentation by Kurt Dirks

Tuesday, February 25 | 12:00 PM
Research Workshop: Expert Evaluator: Evaluating Information in the Wild
25 Feb

This workshop will take you beyond traditional ways of evaluating information in order to better understand how to trust the information you find online...

The Great Chernobyl Acceleration
25 Feb

What do we know about the Chernobyl disaster? Working through Soviet archives, Kate Brown encountered many contradictory accounts of the catastrophe and its...

Tuesday, February 25 | 4:00 PM
'Characterizing Processes Past and Present through Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces'
25 Feb

Planetary surfaces preserve a record of the geologic processes that shape the evolution and habitability of planetary bodies. Much of our knowledge of these...

Tuesday, February 25 | 4:15 PM
Film Screening: Abschied von Gestern
25 Feb

The film tells the story of Anita G., a young East German migrant to West Germany and her struggle to adjust to her new life. All films will be subtitled in...

Tuesday, February 25 | 5:30 PM

Wednesday, February 26

'Men on Boats'
26 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Wednesday, February 26 | 12:00 AM
Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds (American, b. 1954), Telling Many Magpies, Telling Black Wolf, Telling Hachivi, 1989. Screenprint, 72 1/2 x 45". University purchase, 1992.
26 Feb

Washington University staff and faculty are invited to a conversation on race, discrimination, and civil rights in the United States, prompted by artworks on...

Research Workshop: Data Management: Sharing and FAIRness (Part 2)
26 Feb

Data management (part-two) will describe best practices for data sharing and archiving. With an emphasis on ethics, organization, access, and reuse. Free...

Wednesday, February 26 | 4:00 PM
'Israeli National Security:  A New Strategy for an Era of Change'
26 Feb

This talk is part of the Crisis & Conflict in Historical Perspective co-curricular initiative, which serves undergraduates considering careers in policy, as...

Wednesday, February 26 | 5:30 PM

Thursday, February 27

'Men on Boats'
27 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Thursday, February 27 | 12:00 AM
Gender Equality, Norms and Health Lancet Series Launch
27 Feb

Join us for an inspiring half day event that kicks off with opening remarks from Provost Marion Crain and Dean Mary McKay, followed by TED-style talks...

Thursday, February 27 | 2:00 PM
'Heavy Metal Chelation: Applications in Industry and Medicine'
27 Feb

Heavy metal ions are typically considered to be detrimental to human health and are therefore considered to be a nuisance in both industrial and medicinal...

Thursday, February 27 | 4:00 PM
Big Ideas Competition 2020 Finalist Presentation: 'Shark Tank'
27 Feb

Join the Healthcare Innovation Lab and the Institute for Informatics for 10 Ignite-style pitch sessions from project teams requesting up to $50,000 in funds...

Thursday, February 27 | 4:00 PM
LEC / EEPB Seminar
27 Feb

Swanne Gordon, Washington University, “Sex- and Morph-biased Dispersal Affect Population Structure and Polymorphism: A Test Using a ‘Non-model’ Model System”

Thursday, February 27 | 4:00 PM
Research Workshop: Introduction to QGIS – Vector Data
27 Feb

In this two-hour workshop, participants will be exposed to vector data and how to manipulate such data in QGIS. In addition, students will learn how to do...

Faculty Book Talk: Rebecca Lester
27 Feb

Rebecca Lester, associate professor of sociocultural anthropology, will discuss her book "Famished," the culmination of over two decades of anthropological...

Thursday, February 27 | 4:30 PM
"Chilestinians: Notes on Migration, Assimilation, and the Myth of Palestinian Reawakening in Chile."
27 Feb

Lina Meruane: Distinguished Visiting Scholar and Massie Lecturer. This lecture series is sponsored by the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.

Thursday, February 27 | 5:00 PM
Mark S. Wrighton Research Award on Aging 3MT Competition
27 Feb

Watch doctoral candidates battle it out in a Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition for the newly-created Mark S. Wrighton Award on Aging. The 3MT is an...

Thursday, February 27 | 5:00 PM
Fumihiko Maki Lecture: Lola Sheppard
27 Feb

Lola Sheppard, professor at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture and a founding partner (with Mason White) of the Toronto-based practice Lateral...

Jazz at Holmes
27 Feb

Please join us for a performance featuring pianist Helen Kaul and her group. Kaul is a senior at Washington University studying Comparative Literature and...

Thursday, February 27 | 8:00 PM
Rabih Alameddine Reading
27 Feb

Rabih Alameddine is the author of the novels "Koolaids, I, the Divine, The Hakawati, An Unnecessary Woman," the story collection, "The Perv," and most...

Thursday, February 27 | 8:00 PM

Friday, February 28

'Men on Boats'
28 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Friday, February 28 | 12:00 AM
Sports & Society Reading Group
28 Feb

The Sports & Society reading group will resume regular meetings on Friday, January 31st at 3:00 PM. This week we will be discussing an excerpt from Kathleen...

Friday, February 28 | 3:00 PM
Research Workshop: Exploring Visual Collections
28 Feb

This workshop will be an introduction to using visual collections for research. We will review methods and tools for using both physical and digital...

African Students Fashion Show 2020
28 Feb

African Students Annual Fashion Show and celebration featuring performances and fashion that showcase the diversity of African fashion.

Friday, February 28 | 7:00 PM

Saturday, February 29

'Men on Boats'
29 Feb

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Saturday, February 29 | 12:00 AM
Film Screening + Q&A: 'This Movie is a Gift'
29 Feb

In this film about the artist Daniel Spoerri, filmmaker Anja Salomonowitz intertwines Spoerri’s work with his biography, including his childhood as the son...

Saturday, February 29 | 5:00 PM

Sunday, March 1

'Men on Boats'
01 Mar

"Men on Boats" recounts the exhilarating story of John Wesley Powell’s expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers. The history of this 19th Century...

Sunday, March 1 | 12:00 AM

Monday, March 2

University Shield
02 Mar

Lamar Pierce, professor of strategy, will deliver a lecture on his recent research findings highlighting how access to finance helps explain the link...

Monday, March 2 | 12:00 PM
'Recognition of Identity in Social Insects'
02 Mar

Biology Department Seminar featuring Patrizia d'Ettorre, Clark Harrison Way Visiting Professor in Biology at Wash U, Professor in Ethology, Université Paris 13.

Monday, March 2 | 4:00 PM
Design work by Rob Giampietro for MoMA.
02 Mar

Rob Giampietro, director of design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, will deliver the annual Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Visiting Artist Lecture as...

Tuesday, March 3

'Macrophage Reprogramming During Tuberculosis'
03 Mar

David Tobin, of Duke University, will present this MMMP Seminar.

University Shield
03 Mar

Jason Hassenstab, associate professor of neurology and psychological & brain sciences, and director of Cognitive Technology Research Laboratory (CTRLab),...

Tuesday, March 3 | 12:00 PM
'The Ritualized Landscapes of the Andean Coast in the 1st Millennium BC'
03 Mar

Charles Stanish, professor, University of California, Los Angeles, will present.

Tuesday, March 3 | 4:00 PM
Film Screening: Jakob, der Lügner
03 Mar

During World War II, an ordinary inhabitant of a ghetto fakes news about Allied offensives to inspire hope for other victims of the Nazi regime. All films...

Tuesday, March 3 | 5:30 PM

Wednesday, March 4

Green Labs Launch Party
04 Mar

The Green Labs Launch Party will celebrate the new university-wide Green Labs Program, which aims to reduce the environmental impacts of our laboratory...

Wednesday, March 4 | 9:00 AM
Lecture: 'Mouse Models of Inherited Peripheral Neuropathy'
04 Mar

Robert Burgess, Principal Investigator of The Jackson Laboratory will present the 43rd Annual James L. O’Leary Lecture, "Mouse Models of Inherited Peripheral...

'On the Origin of the Ultra-high Energy Cosmic-rays'
04 Mar

Although their astrophysical sources remain a mystery, new measurements brought by large air shower experiments, such as the Pierre Auger Observatory and...

Wednesday, March 4 | 4:00 PM
'Limiting Warming to 1.5 degrees? Can We Bridge the Gap?'
04 Mar

1. What does the Paris Agreement require countries to do? 2. Can we reach a goal to limit warming to 1.5 degrees? 3. What do our current global emission...

Wednesday, March 4 | 4:30 PM

Thursday, March 5

Chemistry Seminar: Jacob Schaefer
05 Mar

Jacob Schaefer, of the Department of Chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis, will present.

Thursday, March 5 | 4:00 PM
Paul and Silvia Rava Memorial Lecture: 'Women as Patrons of Architecture in Renaissance Rome'
05 Mar

Guest speaker, Carolyn Valone, Trinity University, will give this Paul and Silvia Rava Memorial Lecture.

Thursday, March 5 | 5:00 PM
TLS Landscape Architecture, Railroad Park, Birmingham, AL.
05 Mar

Tom Leader, founder and principal of TLS Landscape Architecture in Berkeley, California, will deliver the annual Anova Lecture for Landscape Architecture as...

Music at the Kemper: Darmstadt School
05 Mar

This program features a selection of works by experimental composers associated with what is known as the Darmstadt School. Beginning in 1946 Darmstadt,...

Friday, March 6

Daniel Bisno Ethics in Medicine Lecture: 'If “Competence” Is The Answer…Have We Asked The Right Question?'
06 Mar

In education, regulation, professional development, and practice, “competence” has become the dominant way of thinking about the work of health care...

First Fridays @ Becker: 'WashU Women'
06 Mar

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

Sunday, March 8

Monday, March 9

'Advance Directives and Dementia: Puzzles in Planning for Future Care'
09 Mar

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

Astronomy on Tap
09 Mar

Quin Abarr, department of physics, Washington University in St. Louis and James Buckley, department of physics, Washington University in St. Louis, will...

Monday, March 9 | 7:00 PM

Tuesday, March 10

'How Such a Wide Variety of Cells Can be Invaded and Coopted by a Single Eukaryote'
10 Mar

John Boothroyd, of Stanford Medical School, will present this MMMP Seminar.

University Shield
10 Mar

Christopher R. Carpenter, MD, professor of emergency medicine, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, March 10 | 12:00 PM
DSC Chair Rosalind Early speaks during the DSC's fall 2019 town hall event.
10 Mar

The Danforth Staff Council will hold its Spring Town Hall event on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 from 2 to 4 pm in Edison Theatre, Mallinckrodt Center. Hear...

Tuesday, March 10 | 2:00 PM

Wednesday, March 11

#SciComm Seminar - 'Using Popular Media to Combat Health Misinformation'
11 Mar

Join us for this #SciComm Seminar to learn how to use writing and interviews in popular media to combat misinformation and stigma. Registration is encouraged...

Life Events: From a Woman's Perspective
11 Mar

Women face unique challenges when building their retirement savings; such as longer life spans and fewer years in the work force. Enjoy a mocktail and learn...

Wednesday, March 11 | 5:00 PM

Thursday, March 12

Lecture: 'Interactions of Circadian Rhythms & Sleep with Basic Physiology'
12 Mar

Amita Sehgal, John Herr Musser Professor at the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania, will present the 37th Mildred Trotter...

Life Events: From a Woman's Perspective
12 Mar

Women face unique challenges when building their retirement savings; such as longer life spans and fewer years in the work force. Enjoy a mocktail and learn...

'#MeToo: Who’s the Me and What’s the Too?'
12 Mar

Who’s the "me" and what’s the "too" in #MeToo? Feminists have had to address these questions and solutions. Contrary to popular belief, they don’t all agree....

Thursday, March 12 | 5:30 PM

Friday, March 13

WUNDIR Meeting
13 Mar

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

Saturday, March 14

Tuesday, March 17

University Shield
17 Mar

Nicole S. McKay, of the Benzinger Lab, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, March 17 | 12:00 PM
'When? Estimating age of Symptom Onset in Late Onset Alzheimer Disease'
17 Mar

Suzanne Schindler, MD, assistant professor of neurology at Washington University, will present this seminar.

Tuesday, March 17 | 12:00 PM
'Women’s Reproductive Health and Economic Empowerment: Lessons from Low Resource Settings'
17 Mar

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

Tuesday, March 17 | 4:30 PM
'Thank God I am a Comedian: Deplorable Exegesis in the Activism of Dick Gregory'
17 Mar

During his most visible public presence as an activist and comedic entertainer, Richard Claxton “Dick” Gregory was a religious teacher who bore an irreverent...

Tuesday, March 17 | 5:30 PM
Film Screening : "Angst essen Seele auf"
17 Mar

An almost accidental romance is kindled between a German woman in her mid-sixties and a Moroccan migrant worker around twenty-five years younger. They...

Tuesday, March 17 | 5:30 PM
Visiting Hurst Professor: Aisha Sabatini Sloan Craft Talk
17 Mar

Visiting Hurst Professor Aisha Sabatini Sloan’s essay collection, "The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theater of Black and White" was published by the...

Tuesday, March 17 | 8:00 PM

Wednesday, March 18

21st Annual BioResearch Product Faire
18 Mar

Callling all: Professors, PI's, Post-Docs, Laboratory Researchers, Graduate Students and University Purchasing Agents! Please come meet our vendors at the...

Art+Feminism Wikipedia-Edit-a-Thon
18 Mar

A one-day event to fight the information gender gap by assisting the community to create and improve Wikipedia articles related to women and feminist...

Wednesday, March 18 | 3:00 PM
'Enslaved Histories: Bodies, Capital, and Knowledge-Making in the Early Modern Atlantic'
18 Mar

Pablo Gómez examines the history of health and corporeality in the early modern world with a particular focus on Latin America, the Caribbean, the African...

Wednesday, March 18 | 3:30 PM
'Blurring the Boundaries: The Rise of Blockbuster Museum-Quality Exhibitions in Commercial Galleries'
18 Mar

In this inaugural Women and the Kemper Public Lecture, Valentina Castellani, former director of New York’s Gagosian Gallery, discusses the rise of...

Visiting Hurst Professor: Aisha Sabatini Sloan Reading
18 Mar

Visiting Hurst Professor Aisha Sabatini Sloan’s essay collection, "The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theater of Black and White" was published by the...

Wednesday, March 18 | 8:00 PM

Thursday, March 19

Physics Theory Seminar
19 Mar

Amy Nicholson, of the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, will present.

Thursday, March 19 | 3:00 PM
Understanding Adaptation in Fluctuating Environments: Tools, Techniques, and Insights Provided by a New Experimental Evolution System in Yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae)
19 Mar

Living Earth Collaborative/Evolution, Ecology & Population Biology Seminar featuring Rachel Becknell, graduate student, Penczykowski Lab, and Vince...

Thursday, March 19 | 4:00 PM
Visiting Hurst Professor: Aisha Sabatini Sloan Reading
19 Mar

Visiting Hurst Professor Aisha Sabatini Sloan’s essay collection, "The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theater of Black and White" was published by the...

Thursday, March 19 | 8:00 PM

February 19 - March 19, 2020