A guide to events on our campuses.

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Events

Tuesday, November 16

16 Nov

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...

16 Nov

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...

16 Nov

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

16 Nov

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

Li Yuexi 李月溪(1881-1946), Telebiao 特勒驃, Stone relief rubbing taken from the Six Horses of Zhao Mausoleum 昭陵六骏
16 Nov

Legendary: Horses and Classical Chinese Literature is an exhibition inspired by Chinese culture and literature highlighting essential works from the East...

16 Nov

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...

16 Nov

The bearer of culture is language. Through language, a people’s way of life is passed either to a different generation or a different group. This...

Tuesday, November 16 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
16 Nov

ArcGIS is an industry standard, proprietary software suite from ESRI for which WashU has a site license. Users may not be aware that they can use open source...

Tuesday, November 16 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
16 Nov

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

Tuesday, November 16 | 12:00 PM
#SciComm Seminars
16 Nov

Communication has only one direct goal: to elicit change in the mind of another human being. This simple truth extends to science communication, from writing...

Tuesday, November 16 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
16 Nov

Douglas Brooks, a Vermont-based boatbuilder has been studying traditional Japanese boatbuilding for over 25 years. Since 1996 he has worked with six...

Tuesday, November 16 | 4:00 PM
16 Nov

A very special discussion hosted by the Weidenbaum Center which will focus on the topics of voting rights and American democracy. The discussion will feature...

Tuesday, November 16 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
16 Nov

The Friends of Music Concerto & Aria Competition is open to students of Washington University in St. Louis. The winner will perform with the Washington...

16 Nov

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Olympic Studio for this full body workout.

Tuesday, November 16 | 5:00 PM
16 Nov

Vidhya Nagarajan, the 2021-22 Louis D. Beaumont Artist-in-Residence, will deliver a public lecture about her work. Nagarajan is an illustrator and letterer...

16 Nov

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

Tuesday, November 16 | 6:00 PM
16 Nov

Join us for an interdisciplinary discussion about the impacts of climate change on Latin America. Registration recommended:...

Tuesday, November 16 | 6:00 PM
16 Nov

Join us for an insightful conversation with Jae Shepherd, Kareem Martin, Jerome Taylor and Jameel Spann from both STL Reentry Collective and Action STL as...

Tuesday, November 16 | 6:00 PM

Tuesday, November 16