A guide to events on our campuses.

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Events

May 27 - June 25, 2022

Friday, May 27

Bound for Beauty
27 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
27 May

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
27 May

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
27 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
27 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
27 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
27 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
27 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Cycle Express
27 May

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! ...

Understanding a Patient’s Daily Experience — Evolving from Electronic Health Records to Smartphones and Wearables
27 May

The monthly Seminar Series from the Office of Health Information and Data Science welcomes Sachin Kheterpal, MD, MBA, from the University of Michigan Medical...

Friday, May 27 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
27 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
27 May

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

Friday, May 27 | 5:30 PM
The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
27 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Friday, May 27 | 8:00 PM

Saturday, May 28

Bound for Beauty
28 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
28 May

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
28 May

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
28 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
28 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
28 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
28 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Saturday, May 28 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
28 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
28 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Saturday, May 28 | 8:00 PM

Sunday, May 29

Bound for Beauty
29 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
29 May

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
29 May

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
29 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
29 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
29 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
29 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
29 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
29 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Sunday, May 29 | 3:00 PM

Monday, May 30

Bound for Beauty
30 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
30 May

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
30 May

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
30 May

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
30 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
30 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
30 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
30 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Energy Flow
30 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
30 May

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, May 31

Bound for Beauty
31 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
31 May

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
31 May

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
31 May

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
31 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
31 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
31 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
31 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
31 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Tech Den Open House
31 May

Tech Den - Graduate Student Technology Support Hub Open House Join us and meet the team! Food, fun, 3D printed door prizes!

Tuesday, May 31 | 10:30 AM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
31 May

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

Tuesday, May 31 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Barre Fusion
31 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Moira for this fusion of Barrre, Pilates and stretch. You will focus on sculpting and strengthing your muscle and core using this...

Counter/Narratives: 'More Than One Thing'
31 May

The Ethical Society of St. Louis and Washington University Libraries present a screening of the short film, "More Than One Thing," followed by a brief...

Wednesday, June 1

Bound for Beauty
01 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
01 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
01 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
01 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
01 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
01 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
01 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
01 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Wednesday, June 1 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
01 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Outdoor Yoga
01 Jun

WashU’s Wellnes Team is partnering with Sumers Recreation Center to offer a yoga class on the Danforth and School of Medicine campuses. Take some time for...

Wednesday, June 1 | 12:00 PM
ESE Dissertation Proposal: Sicheng Wang
01 Jun

Slow wave contractions play an essential role in the normal functions of many electrically excitable human organs like uterus, cortex, muscles and so on. In...

Pilates Mat & More
01 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Leifann in Studio 1904 for this classical mix of Pilates Mat and more.

Wednesday, June 1 | 4:30 PM
Dark Room Cycle
01 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Thursday, June 2

Bound for Beauty
02 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
02 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
02 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
02 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
02 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
02 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
02 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
02 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Thursday, June 2 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
02 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Economics and Econometrics of Education Markets
02 Jun

This conference brings together researchers working at the frontier of applying economic insights to education markets. Although education markets differ...

Thursday, June 2 | 9:00 AM
Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
02 Jun

The Synthetic Biology Young Speaker Series (SynBYSS) is a yearlong, weekly, virtual seminar series. The series is organized and chaired by Tae Seok Moon,...

Thursday, June 2 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
WUSM Farmers Market
02 Jun

The Office of Sustainability, Operations & Facilities Management Department, and Human Resources are excited to announce the return of The School of Medicine...

Thursday, June 2 | 10:00 AM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
02 Jun

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

Thursday, June 2 | 12:00 PM
Outdoor Yoga
02 Jun

WashU’s Wellnes Team is partnering with Sumers Recreation Center to offer a yoga class on the Danforth and School of Medicine campuses. Take some time for...

TRX Total Assets
02 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jason in Studio 1904 for this dynamic take on suspension training with a mix of dumbells and body weight exercises. Registration is...

BearFit Vinyasa Yoga
02 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Monica in Studio 1904 for this gentle but challenging Yoga Class.

Friday, June 3

Bound for Beauty
03 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
03 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
03 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
03 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
03 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
03 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
03 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
03 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
03 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

IPE 101
03 Jun

In CIPE’s foundational workshop, learn about the IPE competencies and the emerging CIPE longitudinal curriculum through simulation, role-play and videos....

Friday, June 3 | 9:00 AM
Virtual Event
The Economics and Econometrics of Education Markets
03 Jun

This conference brings together researchers working at the frontier of applying economic insights to education markets. Although education markets differ...

Sustainability Tour - Danforth Campus
03 Jun

Join Cassie Hage, assistant director of the Office of Sustainability, for a tour of locations across the Danforth Campus showcasing WashU’s efforts to...

Cycle Express
03 Jun

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! ...

BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
03 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
03 Jun

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

Friday, June 3 | 5:30 PM

Saturday, June 4

Bound for Beauty
04 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
04 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
04 Jun

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
04 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
04 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
04 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
04 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Mark S. Weil Memorial Service
04 Jun

Please join us as we celebrate the life of Mark S. Weil, the E. Desmond Lee Professor Emeritus for Collaboration in the Arts at Washington University in St....

Sunday, June 5

Bound for Beauty
05 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
05 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
05 Jun

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
05 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
05 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
05 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
05 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Monday, June 6

Bound for Beauty
06 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
06 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
06 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
06 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
06 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
06 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
06 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
06 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Energy Flow
06 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
06 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, June 7

Bound for Beauty
07 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
07 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
07 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
07 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
07 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
07 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
07 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
07 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

BearFit Hatha Yoga
07 Jun

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

Tuesday, June 7 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Barre Fusion
07 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Moira for this fusion of Barrre, Pilates and stretch. You will focus on sculpting and strengthing your muscle and core using this...

The Surprising Expansion History of the Universe
07 Jun

Distinguished Lecture with Nobel Laureate Adam Riess on The Expansion of the Universe In 1929 Edwin Hubble discovered that our Universe is expanding. Eighty...

Tuesday, June 7 | 7:00 PM

Wednesday, June 8

Bound for Beauty
08 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
08 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
08 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
08 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
08 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
08 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
08 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
08 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Pilates Mat & More
08 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Leifann in Studio 1904 for this classical mix of Pilates Mat and more.

Wednesday, June 8 | 4:30 PM
Dark Room Cycle
08 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Thursday, June 9

Bound for Beauty
09 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
09 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
09 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
09 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
09 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
09 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
09 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
09 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
09 Jun

The Synthetic Biology Young Speaker Series (SynBYSS) is a yearlong, weekly, virtual seminar series. The series is organized and chaired by Tae Seok Moon,...

Thursday, June 9 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
WUSM Farmers Market
09 Jun

The Office of Sustainability, Operations & Facilities Management Department, and Human Resources are excited to announce the return of The School of Medicine...

Thursday, June 9 | 10:00 AM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
09 Jun

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

Thursday, June 9 | 12:00 PM
TRX Total Assets
09 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jason in Studio 1904 for this dynamic take on suspension training with a mix of dumbells and body weight exercises. Registration is...

BearFit Vinyasa Yoga
09 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Monica in Studio 1904 for this gentle but challenging Yoga Class.

Friday, June 10

Bound for Beauty
10 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
10 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
10 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
10 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
10 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
10 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
10 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
10 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Collaborative Café: Researching Equity
10 Jun

Join the Center for Community Health Partnership & Research for the third event in a four-part series of Collaborative Café discussions on health equity and...

Cycle Express
10 Jun

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! ...

BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
10 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
10 Jun

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

Friday, June 10 | 5:30 PM

Saturday, June 11

Bound for Beauty
11 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
11 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
11 Jun

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
11 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
11 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
11 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
11 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Sunday, June 12

Bound for Beauty
12 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
12 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
12 Jun

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

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
12 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
12 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
12 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
12 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Monday, June 13

Bound for Beauty
13 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
13 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
13 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
13 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
13 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
13 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
13 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
13 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Energy Flow
13 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
13 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, June 14

Bound for Beauty
14 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
14 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
14 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
14 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
14 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
14 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
14 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
14 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

BearFit Hatha Yoga
14 Jun

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

Tuesday, June 14 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Barre Fusion
14 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Moira for this fusion of Barrre, Pilates and stretch. You will focus on sculpting and strengthing your muscle and core using this...

Wednesday, June 15

Bound for Beauty
15 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Check back for Assembly Series events
15 Jun

Please submit spring events that meet our criteria for consideration for the Assembly Series.

Chiura Obata, an Artist Behind Barbed Wire: 80 Years After the Incarceration
15 Jun

Chiura Obata (1885-1975) was a Japanese American painter known primarily for illustrating the West Coast landscape in works that embody his artistic...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
15 Jun

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
15 Jun

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...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
15 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
15 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
15 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
15 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

MOCM Morning Music: Missouri Chamber Music Festival
15 Jun

MOCM's popular morning concert returns with lively and inspiring chamber music of Mozart! The second concert of the 2022 MOCM Festival explores the many...

Sharing Data, Sharing Power: Tools and Tensions in Collective Data Efforts
15 Jun

This event will highlight transparent, equitable and actionable practices for sharing data across organizations and sectors.  Join the Social Policy...

Wednesday, June 15 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
Pilates Mat & More
15 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Leifann in Studio 1904 for this classical mix of Pilates Mat and more.

Wednesday, June 15 | 4:30 PM
Dark Room Cycle
15 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Thursday, June 16

Bound for Beauty
16 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...