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Wednesday, March 18

Many events canceled due to COVID-19
18 Mar

In an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19 in the area, many university events have been canceled. Some expect to be rescheduled later this year. Visit...

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...

CANCELED: 'Enslaved Histories: Value, Risk, and the Imagination of the Quantifiable Body in the Early Modern Atlantic'
18 Mar

This talk will explore the emergence in sixteenth and seventeenth-century Iberian Atlantic slaving societies of novel concepts about the quantifiable nature...

Wednesday, March 18 | 3:30 PM
Helen Nash, MD, seen here with a young patient circa 1990, became the first black physician at St. Louis Children's Hospital in 1949.
18 Mar

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

Wednesday, March 18 | 4:30 PM
CANCELED: 'Understanding Medicare and Medicaid Coverage for Cancer Care'
18 Mar

This event will be postponed until the summer. To be notified of the rescheduled event date, please email Kelly Oman at Kloman@wustl.edu. The Program for...

Wednesday, March 18 | 5:00 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...

Ten PEP graduates received their Associate in Liberal Arts degrees in May 2019
18 Mar

Join friends, supporters, and community partners of the Washington University Prison Education Project (PEP) for a screening of excerpts from the recent PBS...

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

Wednesday, March 18