A guide to events on our campuses.

Assembly Series

A tradition of convening thought leaders since 1953

McKelvey School of Engineering

Events

January 18 - February 16, 2022

Tuesday, January 18

18 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

18 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

18 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

18 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

18 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

18 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

18 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

18 Jan

The impacts of disabilities are influenced by personal and environmental factors that 'other' or stigmatize people with impairments. The role of the...

Tuesday, January 18 | 9:00 AM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Tuesday, January 18 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Tuesday, January 18 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

The Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic...

Tuesday, January 18 | 12:00 PM
Stream Available
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18 Jan

McKelvey School of Engineering Department Chair’s Master Research Fellowship Students who are accepted into this fellowship will receive financial funding...

Tuesday, January 18 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

Today’s personalized recommendation systems leverage deep learning to deliver the best user experience in internet services used by search engines, social...

Tuesday, January 18 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

My research is about understanding how low social position and resource insecurity interact with disease meanings, experiences, and diagnoses to exacerbate...

Tuesday, January 18 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
18 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann for this 40 min multi circuit workout.

Tuesday, January 18 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Wednesday, January 19

19 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

19 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

19 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

19 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

19 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

19 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

19 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

19 Jan

Launched in May 2021, the Future Leaders in Mechanobiology is a monthly seminar series featuring up-and-coming leaders in mechanobiology–PhD students and...

Wednesday, January 19 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
19 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Wednesday, January 19 | 11:30 AM
Virtual Event
19 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Tanya in Studio 1904 for this blend of Barre, Pilates and Core strength class.

Wednesday, January 19 | 12:15 PM
Virtual Event
19 Jan

This presentation highlights the historical positioning of black male economic and well-being experiences in the United States, drawing connections to...

Wednesday, January 19 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
19 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Desi in Olympic Studio for this mix of Cardio, Strength and Boxing.

Wednesday, January 19 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Thursday, January 20

20 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

20 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

20 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

20 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

20 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

20 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

20 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

20 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Thursday, January 20 | 7:00 AM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Presenting on "3D Printing for Engineering Complex Tissues" John Fisher, PhD, Fischell Family Distinguished Professor and Department Chair, Fischell dept....

Thursday, January 20 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Thursday, January 20 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Join this conversation to build an understanding of how place-based factors contribute to health disparities. Professor Reis will discuss how this...

Thursday, January 20 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Join our panelists as they inspire and encourage attendees to turn their passions into successful ideas. At this workshop, students will get the opportunity...

Thursday, January 20 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, WashU Rec has temporarily moved all BearFit classes online. BearFit classes stream live on the WashU Rec YouTube...

Thursday, January 20 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Medical Muslim Student Association (MMSA) will be hosting their inaugural general body meeting on via zoom. All are welcome to attend. More details &...

Thursday, January 20 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Hear how engineers and physician-scientists are working together to tackle important problems in women's health at the Women’s Health Technologies Research...

Thursday, January 20 | 4:30 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Thursday, January 20 | 5:00 PM
Virtual Event
20 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in Olympic Studio for this unique Strength and endurane class.

Thursday, January 20 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Friday, January 21

21 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

21 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

21 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

21 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

21 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

21 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

21 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Dr. Xinhua Liang
21 Jan

Xinhua Liang, Linda & Bipin Doshi Associate Professor Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Missouri University of Science &...

Friday, January 21 | 11:00 AM
Stream Available
21 Jan

Dr. Thomas Kannampallil Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology Faculty, Institute for Informatics Washington University School of Medicine In...

Friday, January 21 | 11:00 AM
21 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Friday, January 21 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
21 Jan

We are excited to share something to look forward to with annual MLK Week Commemoration 2022! The week will feature a keynote address by Jonathan Metzl...

Friday, January 21 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
21 Jan

Modern neural recording methodologies, including multi-electrode and optical recordings, allow us to monitor the large population of neurons with high...

Friday, January 21 | 1:30 PM
Virtual Event
21 Jan

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, WashU Rec has temporarily moved all BearFit classes online. BearFit classes stream live on the WashU Rec YouTube...

Friday, January 21 | 2:30 PM
Virtual Event
21 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Natalie for this high energy dance party to the latest latin hits!

Friday, January 21 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Saturday, January 22

22 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

22 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

22 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann on YouTube Saturday morning for this 35min workout to get your weekend going!

Saturday, January 22 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event

Sunday, January 23

23 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

23 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

23 Jan

Textbook Central will help students learn how to use the Libraries to obtain textbooks and other course materials. Librarians will help students and answer...

Sunday, January 23 | 2:00 PM
Virtual Event

Monday, January 24

24 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

24 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

24 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

24 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

24 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

24 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

24 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Dr. Rachel O'Brien
24 Jan

Rachel O'Brien, Assistant Professor Department of Chemistry William & Mary Photolysis of atmospheric organic aerosol: chemical transformations and photo...

Monday, January 24 | 11:30 AM
Stream Available
24 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1904 for this dynamic and challenging Yoga class.

Monday, January 24 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
24 Jan

Beyond My Experience is a unique interview series where you can hear from WashU BME PhD alumni who have navigated the transition from their degree to the...

Monday, January 24 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
24 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann for this Barre fusion class of cardio, strength, Pilates and of course, Barre!

Monday, January 24 | 4:30 PM
Virtual Event

Tuesday, January 25

25 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

25 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

25 Jan

Assembly Series events will resume in the spring semester. Please submit spring events that meet our criteria for consideration for the Assembly Series.

25 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

25 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

25 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

25 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

25 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

25 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Tuesday, January 25 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
25 Jan

The Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic...

Tuesday, January 25 | 12:00 PM
Stream Available
25 Jan

About 1 in 10 children meet the diagnostic criteria for a behavioral disorder. It is likely that many more experience disruptions at home and school, despite...

Tuesday, January 25 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
25 Jan

Learn how an interprofessional practice model and strategies can affect healthcare quality in a large academic medical center. We will discuss the literature...

Tuesday, January 25 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
25 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann for this 40 min multi circuit workout.

Tuesday, January 25 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Wednesday, January 26

26 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

26 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

26 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

26 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

26 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

26 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

26 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

26 Jan

Weidenbaum Center Director Steve Fazzari will moderate a lively discussion among Washington University faculty, special guests and the audience. Topics will...

Wednesday, January 26 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
26 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Tanya in Studio 1904 for this blend of Barre, Pilates and Core strength class.

Wednesday, January 26 | 12:15 PM
Virtual Event
26 Jan

A 400+ year history of institutional racism in America has created economic and social inequities that heighten the likelihood that African Americans could...

Wednesday, January 26 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
26 Jan

Love to read? Looking for recommendations? For the January WashU Libraries Virtual Book Club, we’re going to start the new year with something a bit...

Wednesday, January 26 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
26 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Desi in Olympic Studio for this mix of Cardio, Strength and Boxing.

Wednesday, January 26 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Thursday, January 27

27 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

27 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

27 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

27 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

27 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

27 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

27 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

27 Jan

Presenting on "Gene therapy for neuroscience" Junghae Suh, PhD, vice president, head of Gene Therapy Accelerator Unit, Biogen, Cambridge, MA, will speak at...

Thursday, January 27 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
27 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Thursday, January 27 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
27 Jan

Many organizations that provide services to older adults completely fail to acknowledge that sexuality is an inherent part of being human – sometimes with...

Thursday, January 27 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Yue (Stanley) Ling
27 Jan

Yue (Stanley) Ling, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Baylor University, will present his seminar titled, "High-fidelity simulation and...

27 Jan

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, WashU Rec has temporarily moved all BearFit classes online. BearFit classes stream live on the WashU Rec YouTube...

Thursday, January 27 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
27 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in Olympic Studio for this unique Strength and endurane class.

Thursday, January 27 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event
George Caleb Bingham (American, 1811–1879), "Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap," 1851–52. Oil on canvas, 36 1/2 x 50 1/4". Gift of Nathaniel Phillips, 1890.
27 Jan

Amid the worldwide racial justice protests of 2020, demands for institutional change and accountability came swiftly and grew loud. One critique that arose...

Thursday, January 27 | 6:00 PM
Virtual Event

Friday, January 28

28 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

28 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

28 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

28 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

28 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

28 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

28 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

28 Jan

Featuring “A Critique of Provincial Reason: Located Cosmopolitanisms and the Infrastructures of Theoretical Translation,” at 10:15 am with Ignacio Sánchez...

Friday, January 28 | 12:00 AM
Virtual Event
28 Jan

Ramakrishnan Venkatessh, hosted by Nowak, from Aalto University will be presenting the seminar. Please note that for all in-person events, attendees must...

Friday, January 28 | 9:00 AM
28 Jan

Washington University in St. Louis joins more than a dozen other universities, corporations, municipalities and nonprofit organizations as a founding member...

Friday, January 28 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
28 Jan

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In...

Friday, January 28 | 11:30 AM
28 Jan

The past 25 years have revealed a diversity of exoplanets far beyond what was imagined from the limited sample in the Solar System. With new and upcoming...

Friday, January 28 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
28 Jan

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, WashU Rec has temporarily moved all BearFit classes online. BearFit classes stream live on the WashU Rec YouTube...

Friday, January 28 | 2:30 PM
Virtual Event
28 Jan

The Sports & Society reading group will meet on January 28 and feature a discussion with Frank Guridy, associate professor of History at Columbia University...

Friday, January 28 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
28 Jan

Natalie Alvarez, Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies, Ryerson University, will present this talk.

Friday, January 28 | 4:00 PM
28 Jan

This talk discusses the programmatic contours of a new keyword, transtopia, to theorize different scales of gender transgression that are not always...

Friday, January 28 | 4:00 PM
28 Jan

EALC Lecture Series This talk discusses the programmatic contours of a new keyword, transtopia, to theorize different scales of gender transgression that...

28 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Natalie for this high energy dance party to the latest latin hits!

Friday, January 28 | 5:30 PM
Virtual Event

Saturday, January 29

29 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

29 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

29 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann on YouTube Saturday morning for this 35min workout to get your weekend going!

Saturday, January 29 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event

Sunday, January 30

30 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

30 Jan

This event has been postponed until July. Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 3pm When 18-year-old Dontrell Jones decides...

Monday, January 31

31 Jan

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

31 Jan

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

31 Jan

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

31 Jan

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

31 Jan

The Washington University Libraries acquired the Joy Williams Papers in 2017, a significant milestone for its Modern Literature Collection. Williams is one...

31 Jan

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

31 Jan

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann for this Barre fusion class of cardio, strength, Pilates and of course, Barre!

Monday, January 31 | 4:30 PM
Virtual Event

Tuesday, February 1

01 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

01 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

01 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

01 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

01 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

01 Feb

The Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic...

Tuesday, February 1 | 12:00 PM
Stream Available
01 Feb

The term “professionalism” has at times been used to silence and marginalize people of color, when attributes of appearance, language or interactions that...

Tuesday, February 1 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
01 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in Olympic studio for this high energy class that combines step, cardio, strength and plyometrics,

Tuesday, February 1 | 6:00 PM
01 Feb

francine j. harris’ third collection, "Here is the Sweet Hand" from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, is the winner of the 2020 National Book Critics Circle Award....

Tuesday, February 1 | 8:00 PM
Virtual Event

Wednesday, February 2

02 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

02 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

02 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

02 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

02 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

02 Feb

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In...

Wednesday, February 2 | 11:30 AM
02 Feb

How Can It Help Us Teach Teamwork in IPE? Explore the domains of the TDM for IPE and how they relate to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative...

Wednesday, February 2 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
02 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Tanya in Studio 1904 for this blend of Barre, Pilates and Core strength class.

Wednesday, February 2 | 12:15 PM
Virtual Event
02 Feb

Beyond My Experience is a unique interview series where you can hear from WashU BME PhD alumni who have navigated the transition from their degree to the...

Wednesday, February 2 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event

Thursday, February 3

03 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

03 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

03 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

03 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

03 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

03 Feb

Presenting on “Multimaterial Multifunctional Fibers for Biomedical Applications" Xiaoting Jia, PhD, assistant professor, Bradley Department of Electrical...

Thursday, February 3 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
03 Feb

H ARQUITECTES will deliver the annual Historic Preservation Lecture online via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public; please check back for...

Thursday, February 3 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
03 Feb

Some authors call the MSW the new MBA. And yet, social workers are under-represented in human service leadership. We will examine the reasons, challenges,...

Thursday, February 3 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
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03 Feb

Mohammad Heiranian, postdoctoral associate at Yale University, will present. Please note that for all in-person events, attendees must adhere to...

Friday, February 4

04 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

04 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

04 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

04 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

04 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Dr. Jenna Ditto
04 Feb

Jenna Ditto, Postdoctoral Fellow Departemnt of Chemical Engineering and Department of Chemistry University of Toronto Pollutant Transport Across the...

Friday, February 4 | 11:00 AM
Stream Available
04 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in The Dark Room for this 30 min cycle class! We will get a quick sweat on and feel like we packed in 50 mins of work! ...

able’s Clear. Ultramoderne. 2016. Photo: Naho Kubota.
04 Feb

Yasmin Vobis (RA, NCARB)—co-principal of Ultramoderne, an architecture and design office located in Providence, RI, and an assistant professor of...

Saturday, February 5

05 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

MLA Lecture Series
05 Feb

A part of the MLA Lecture Series. This year's theme will explore ways that motion impacts our physical and social worlds, and, on a smaller scale, our...

Saturday, February 5 | 11:00 AM
Virtual Event
05 Feb

Parabola: The New Abnormal examines the now-ubiquitous phrase “the new normal,” which has become a constant refrain as we’ve adapted to new routines and...

Saturday, February 5 | 2:00 PM

Sunday, February 6

06 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Monday, February 7

07 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

07 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

07 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

07 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

07 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Dr. Liheng Wu
07 Feb

Liheng Wu, Research Scientist SABIC Technology Center In Situ X-ray Scattering Accelerates the Design of Nanocatalysts Abstract: Developing efficient...

Monday, February 7 | 11:30 AM
Stream Available
07 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann for this Barre fusion class of cardio, strength, Pilates and of course, Barre!

Monday, February 7 | 4:30 PM
Virtual Event

Tuesday, February 8

08 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

08 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

08 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

08 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

08 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

08 Feb

The Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic...

Tuesday, February 8 | 12:00 PM
Stream Available
08 Feb

The pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges and uncertainty, along with highlighting long-standing racial inequity in health care access and economic...

Tuesday, February 8 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
08 Feb

This seminar is part of the CRTC Career Development Seminar Series. The Career Development Seminar Series offers periodic workshops and presentations open to...

Tuesday, February 8 | 3:30 PM
Virtual Event
08 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in Olympic studio for this high energy class that combines step, cardio, strength and plyometrics,

Tuesday, February 8 | 6:00 PM
08 Feb

Dance Company presents a lecture-demo event as part of the Marcus Residency through Washington University Performing Arts Department. Join us as the company...

08 Feb

Garth Greenwell is the author of "What Belongs to You," which won the British Book Award for Debut of the Year, was longlisted for the National Book Award,...

Tuesday, February 8 | 8:00 PM
Virtual Event

Wednesday, February 9

09 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

09 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

09 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

09 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

09 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

09 Feb

Join BearFIT Instructor Tanya in Studio 1904 for this blend of Barre, Pilates and Core strength class.

Wednesday, February 9 | 12:15 PM
Virtual Event
09 Feb

Primary partners provide an essential source of support for people living with HIV in rural, resource-poor settings in sub-Saharan Africa, and are a key...

Wednesday, February 9 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
09 Feb

Kohta Murase (Hosted by Dev/Errando) from Penn State will be presenting the colloquium. Register to attend colloquium through Zoom.

Wednesday, February 9 | 4:00 PM
Black Cat Portal. Photo: Brica Wilcox.
09 Feb

Artist and educator Lisa Lapinski will deliver the Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Visiting Artist Lecture. Lapinski earned a BA from University of...

Wednesday, February 9 | 6:00 PM

Thursday, February 10

10 Feb

St. Louis witnessed the creation of two-dozen medical schools in the 1800s, including the first west of the Mississippi River and the only two still in...

10 Feb

The portability of miniature books makes them perfect for carrying and using throughout daily life. A large portion of the Julian and Hope Edison Collection...

10 Feb

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

10 Feb

The exhibition Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919, demonstrates how mass-produced, illustrated media from...

10 Feb

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...