A guide to events on our campuses.

Assembly Series

A tradition of convening thought leaders since 1953

McKelvey School of Engineering

Events

Thursday, February 17

A Day in the Life
17 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...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
17 Feb

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

Exhibit: Transnational Framings: German Visual Culture in the Age of Nationalism
17 Feb

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

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
17 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...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
17 Feb

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...

RE: Ebony and Jet
17 Feb

As a complement to Lorna Simpson’s use of Ebony and Jet magazines, this RE: takes interest in the role of these preeminent publications in Black visual...

The Black Rep presents 'Fireflies'
17 Feb

The St Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 45th Anniversary Season with “Fireflies,” by Donja R. Love, opening on February 11, 2022. Directed by...

BME Seminar: Kurt Thoroughman, PhD
17 Feb

Presenting on "Federal support for engineering research, interdisciplinary science, and diversity, equity, and inclusion" Kurt Thoroughman, PhD, associate...

Thursday, February 17 | 10:00 AM
Love Data Week: 3D Drone Imaging
17 Feb

This session will focus on the planning and execution of aerial field studies using drone-based imagery, multispectral and LiDAR sensors. The presentation...

Thursday, February 17 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
17 Feb

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, February 17 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Career Roundtable: French Studies for STEM
17 Feb

Join WashU alumni who will share how a double major or minor in French studies is an asset when looking for a career in the sciences, medicine, technology, ...

Thursday, February 17 | 12:00 PM
Career Roundtable: French Studies for STEM
17 Feb

Join WashU alumni and special guests who will share how a double major or minor in French studies is an asset when looking for a career in the sciences,...

Thursday, February 17 | 12:00 PM
Leadership Perspectives: Lead On - Shaping the Next Generation of Business Leaders
17 Feb

LIKE A BOSS: A TALK ON MANAGING TEAMS AND THE LASTING IMPACT OF LEADERS What makes a great team great? It’s not thanks to the planets aligning or a wizardry...

Thursday, February 17 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
WashU Med Masters Open House
17 Feb

Networking - It's Your Super Power Join Mrs. Kesh Speaks as she delves into practical, real-life tools that tap into your natural superpowers as they relate...

Thursday, February 17 | 12:05 PM
Virtual Event
Love Data Week: Toward an Open Ecosystem for Neuroimaging Data Analysis and Sharing
17 Feb

Join us for the Love Data Week virtual keynote address from Russell Poldrack, Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology, Stanford University. Significant...

Thursday, February 17 | 2:00 PM
Virtual Event
Black Girlhood Studies Lab in Conversation with Nazera Sadiq Wright
17 Feb

In this conversation, Nazera Sadiq Wright will discuss her manuscript, Black Girlhood in the Nineteenth Century and recent digital humanities project,...

Thursday, February 17 | 2:30 PM
Virtual Event
University Shield
17 Feb

Xinfeng Gao, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado State University, will present her seminar titled, "Next-Generation CFD with Data...

Cosmolocation: Using Meteorites to Reconstruct the Architecture of the Early Solar System
17 Feb

All things considered, the Solar System is currently a reasonably stable place. But, this was not always the case. When the Sun and planets were forming,...

Thursday, February 17 | 4:00 PM
Ongoing Hellbender Research at the Saint Louis Zoo
17 Feb

Living Earth Collaborative/Evolution, Ecology & Population Biology Seminar Seminars will be livestreamed on the Living Earth Collaborative YouTube Channel....

Thursday, February 17 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
Whose/Who's Latinx
17 Feb

Debates over the meaning and use of the term “Latinx” highlight the complex set of processes that shape ethnoracial categories in the United States. This...

Thursday, February 17 | 4:00 PM
Virtual Event
Lecture: Brian Richter
17 Feb

Brian Richter—a designer, artist, and visiting assistant professor of architecture at the University of Kentucky—will deliver a public lecture, presented in...

Thursday, February 17 | 6:00 PM
Virtual Event

Thursday, February 17