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Events

February 6 - March 7, 2023

Monday, February 6

50 Years of Title IX
06 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
06 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
06 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Two figures in robes and hats are sketching a plant in a vase. They are superimposed over a blue gradient background with the text hashtag color our collections
06 Feb

From February 6-10, 2023, libraries, archives, and other cultural institutions around the world are sharing free coloring sheets and books based on materials...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
06 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
06 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
06 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
06 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
06 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
06 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education
06 Feb

During Professor Cassuto’s visit, he will be engaging in conversations with faculty, graduate students, and graduate education leaders across the university....

Alberto Salleo, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, Stanford University
06 Feb

Alberto Salleo, Chair & Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, Stanford University Carrier mobility in conjugated polymers continues to increase with...

Phylogenomic methods for evolutionary mechanisms in free-living and parasitic plants
06 Feb

I am a systematic biologist broadly interested in the study of phylogenetics and evolutionary genomics. My research integrates fieldwork, museum/herbaria...

Monday, February 6 | 4:00 PM
Rendering of the proposed Woodson African American Museum in St. Petersberg, Florida. The project is designed by Mario Gooden Studio. (Photo: Courtesy Mario Gooden Studio)
06 Feb

Mario Gooden is a cultural practice architect and director of Mario Gooden Studio: Architecture + Design. His practice engages the cultural landscape and the...

Tuesday, February 7

50 Years of Title IX
07 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
07 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
07 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
07 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
07 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
07 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
07 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
07 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
07 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Microbiology Seminar Series
07 Feb

The Microbiology seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic bacteria, fungi, protozoa,...

Reframing Aging: Current Perspectives on Older Adults and Aging Society
07 Feb

We all know that life expectancy has doubled in the last century. Our interpersonal relationships, service organizations and policies, community...

Tuesday, February 7 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Foundations of an Inclusive Workplace*
07 Feb

All WashU staff and faculty are invited to participate in this collaborative learning session. Participants will build and practice skills to help them...

Tuesday, February 7 | 2:00 PM
Virtual Event
Syndemics: Meditations on Theory, Practice and Politics
07 Feb

Emily Mendenhall will lecture on the history, practice, and politics of syndemic theory. Of anthropological origins, the syndemic idiom has become a central...

Tuesday, February 7 | 4:00 PM
Taste of Cultural St. Louis
07 Feb

Please enjoy delicious free food from cultural restaurants around St. Louis. This is a student-centered event.

Tuesday, February 7 | 5:00 PM
Civic Cafe: Democracy Dinner: The Current State of U.S. Racial Politics
07 Feb

Please join Please join Dr. Matthew Hayes, Associate Professor of Political Science, and the Gephardt Institute on Feb. 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. to learn...

Tuesday, February 7 | 5:30 PM
Civic Café
07 Feb

Civic Cafe is a weekly event series every Tuesday evening at Stix House, 6470 Forsyth, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., when classes are in session. Each night will...

Tuesday, February 7 | 5:30 PM
Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh holding a copy of This is Not My Home. Photo courtesy of Gabriel Martinez.
07 Feb

Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh, debut author-illustrators of the incredibly heartfelt and humorous picture book, "This Is Not My Home" will be hosting their...

Tuesday, February 7 | 6:00 PM
Climate Conversation: Environmental Justice in St. Louis
07 Feb

The WashU Climate Change Program (WUCCP) is hosting our first Climate Conversation event of the spring semester on Tuesday, February 7th at 7 PM in Schnuck...

Tuesday, February 7 | 7:00 PM

Wednesday, February 8

50 Years of Title IX
08 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
08 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
08 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
08 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
08 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
08 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
08 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
08 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
08 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
08 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Brown Hall at dusk
08 Feb

Rodrigo Reis, Interim Co-Dean of the Brown School and investigator at the Prevention Research Center will moderate a panel on People, Health & Place for our...

Wednesday, February 8 | 12:00 PM
From Darkness to Light: Examining Oppression and Liberation Through Poetry
08 Feb

The power and impact of poetry is on the rise, as a way for our nation to turn inward to understand our social, political, and economic inequities. Join...

Wednesday, February 8 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Physics Colloquium on Interacting Opto-Moiré Quantum Matter
08 Feb

Moiré superlattices of two-dimensional (2D) materials are an emerging platform for studying new physical phenomena with high tunability. Strong excitonic...

Wednesday, February 8 | 1:45 PM
Physics Colloquium on Quantum Dynamics in the Quantum Science and Technology Era
08 Feb

Nonequilibrium dynamics is a frontier topic in quantum many-body physics that has seen remarkable advances over the past decade. Essential to this progress...

Wednesday, February 8 | 4:00 PM
Panels on Life: Perspectives on Love
08 Feb

In honor of the season of romance capitalism (!!), join us on February 8th for our upcoming panel, “Perspectives on Love.” Hear from staff, faculty, and...

Wednesday, February 8 | 5:00 PM
Your Next Move: Transitioning to the New Retirement
08 Feb

We still use the word retirement because we don’t have better language for the next chapter of life. We do have a better vision in mind for all us – a New...

Jazz Piano Masterclass and Talk with Isaiah Thompson
08 Feb

Open to the public. - Co-sponsor: Jazz St. Louis Isaiah J. Thompson is a jazz pianist, bandleader and composer from West Orange, New Jersey. He began...

Al-An deSouza, “Stack,” 2021. From the series “Flotsam (1926-2018).” (Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Talwar Gallery, New York.)
08 Feb

Al-An deSouza (fka. Allan deSouza) renders photo-media, installation, text and performance works as staging grounds for historical memory and its legacies...

Wednesday, February 8 | 6:00 PM

Thursday, February 9

50 Years of Title IX
09 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
09 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
09 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
09 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
09 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
09 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
09 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
09 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Data Sharing for Federally Funded Researchers
09 Feb

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) recently put out a memo stating that all federally funded, scientific data needs to be shared...

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
09 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Digital Transformation Coffee Hour
09 Feb

Curious about WashU's new Digital Transformation initiative? Have ideas? Want to get involved? Every Thursday, you can join Philip R.O. Payne, Digital...

Thursday, February 9 | 9:30 AM
WUSM Farmers Market
09 Feb

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

Data Sharing for Federally Funded Researchers
09 Feb

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) recently put out a memo stating that all federally funded, scientific data needs to be shared...

Part-Time MSW Program + Tuition Benefits Lunch & Learn
09 Feb

Join us over lunchtime to learn about the Brown School's Part-Time Master of Social Work program, designed especially for individuals wishing to pursue...

Thursday, February 9 | 12:00 PM
 Super-intelligence, Frankenstein, and Post-humanism: AI Ethics Beyond Data and Algorithmic Bias
09 Feb

Moving beyond the contemporary debates centering on data and algorithmic bias, join Professor An as he discusses the philosophical and practical issues...

Thursday, February 9 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
In St. Louis, For St. Louis Service Event
09 Feb

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Campus Life invite you to participate in a service event with Operation Food Search to help combat food insecurity...

Thursday, February 9 | 1:30 PM
Vivian Feig
09 Feb

Vivian Feig, Schmidt Science Fellow at MIT, will present her seminar titled, "Dynamic Bio-interfacing Functional Materials." Seminar Announcement

Molecules in mud: Reconstructing Neogene Hominid Environments from Molecular Biomarkers in Terrestrial and Marine Sediments
09 Feb

Today, humans rely on grasses like corn, wheat, and rice as a primary food source and for feeding livestock. Our dependence on grasses as a food source has...

Thursday, February 9 | 4:00 PM
Pitch Workshop
09 Feb

Pitch Workshops aim to help enhance your confidence when presenting yourself, your ideas and your work, no matter your area of expertise. Join the...

Returning Home: Repatriation of Jewish Books Confiscated During WWII
09 Feb

In 2021, the Library of the Jewish Museum in Prague contacted Washington University Libraries to learn more about books in the Brisman Collection of Jewish...

Thursday, February 9 | 4:00 PM
Olin Library, Rm. 142
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Gallery Talk: New on View in Photography
09 Feb

Molly Moog, curatorial assistant at the Kemper Art Museum, discusses two newly opened photography installations. The first highlights travel photography...

Masters Chair Fellowship Information Session
09 Feb

This fellowship provides master of science degree candidates in the Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electrical & Systems Engineering (ESE) or the...

Thursday, February 9 | 7:00 PM
Virtual Event
The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
09 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Visiting Writer: Kate Bernheimer
09 Feb

Kate Bernheimer’s most recent book is Office at Night, a novella co-authored with Laird Hunt (Finalist, Shirley Jackson Awards). It was published by Coffee...

Thursday, February 9 | 8:00 PM

Friday, February 10

50 Years of Title IX
10 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
10 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
10 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
10 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
10 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
10 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
10 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
10 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
10 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Space Sciences/Astrophysics Seminar on Short Wavelength Exploration
10 Feb

Short wavelengths of light, from the X-ray to the UV, can be used to probe the abundance and phase (solid versus gas) of the most prevalent metals in the...

Friday, February 10 | 9:00 AM
Data Sharing for Federally Funded Researchers
10 Feb

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) recently put out a memo stating that all federally funded, scientific data needs to be shared...

EECE Seminar - Faculty Candidate
10 Feb

EECE Seminar - Faculty Candidate

Black History Month
10 Feb

The WUSM Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is thrilled to host Kevin Brown, the Richard S. Melvin Emeritus Professor of Law at Indiana University...

Friday, February 10 | 11:45 AM
Ask Us Anything: Brown School Master of Social Policy
10 Feb

The Master of Social Policy dual-degree program at the Brown School builds critical advanced skills and knowledge for the next generation of leaders to...

Friday, February 10 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Gender and Sexuality 101 Workshop
10 Feb

Join us for an opportunity to learn more about gender and sexuality. This is a student-centered event.

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
10 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Working at BioMérieux : How to be a game changer in the fight against antimicrobial resistance
10 Feb

Victoria Girard grew up in France and graduated with a PhD in Microbiology of Montreal University and an Engineer Degree in Food microbiology from...

Friday, February 10 | 1:00 PM
Working at BioMérieux : How to be a game changer in the fight against antimicrobial resistance
10 Feb

Victoria Girard grew up in France and graduated with a PhD in Microbiology of Montreal University and an Engineer Degree in Food microbiology from...

Friday, February 10 | 1:00 PM
Weijie Xu, University of Texas at Dallas
10 Feb

Weijie Xu, PhD candidate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Texas at Dallas Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are widely seen as...

The $100 Billion Open Secret: How Politicians Use Economic Development Subsidies to Win Reelection
10 Feb

The Weidenbaum Center is honored to host Nathan Jensen, Professor in the Dept. of Government at the University of Austin-Texas, who will be speaking on how...

Book Celebration for Anca Parvulescu & Manuela Boatca's 'Creolizing the Modern: Transylvania Across Empires'
10 Feb

Please join us for a book celebration of Anca Parvulescu’s Creolizing the Modern: Transylvania Across Empires (cowritten with Manuela Boatcă), followed by a...

Friday, February 10 | 2:30 PM
Coffee and Conversation with Kemper Art Museum
10 Feb

In collaboration with Kemper Art Museum, join museum educators in an interactive tour of Chakaia Booker's Shaved Portions (2021). The tour will highight this...

Change Gon' Come 2023
10 Feb

Black Anthology aims to tell stories about the Black experience. Our hope is that viewers are immersed, become a part of that experience, and are motivated...

Friday, February 10 | 7:00 PM
The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
10 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Saturday, February 11

50 Years of Title IX
11 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
11 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
11 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
11 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
11 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
11 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
11 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
11 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
11 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Classical Club of St. Louis: Satire on the Edge(s)
11 Feb

For more information about the Classical Club of St. Louis, visit the club's website.

Saturday, February 11 | 1:30 PM
Public Tour: 'Power of Place'
11 Feb

Student educators lead interactive tours of the permanent collection designed to prompt discussion and reflection on the power of place in relationship to...

Social Relations between Chimpanzees and Gorillas in the Congo Basin
11 Feb

The current presidential administration began with a commitment to bridging political divides, even offering physical bridges in the form of an...

Saturday, February 11 | 2:00 PM
Virtual Event
Change Gon' Come 2023
11 Feb

Black Anthology aims to tell stories about the Black experience. Our hope is that viewers are immersed, become a part of that experience, and are motivated...

Saturday, February 11 | 7:00 PM
The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
11 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Sunday, February 12

50 Years of Title IX
12 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
12 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
12 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

Seymour Chwast, End Bad Breath, 1967. D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
12 Feb

In the late 1940s and 50s, mainstream illustration was dominated by the simulated small-town charm of Norman Rockwell and the slick but false assurances of...

Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste Land
12 Feb

The Waste Land by St. Louis native TS Eliot was published in 1922 and forever changed literature. The Life in St. Louis 1888-1905: T.S. Eliot’s First Waste...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
12 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
12 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
12 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
12 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
12 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Monday, February 13

50 Years of Title IX
13 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
13 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
13 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
13 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
13 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
13 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Valentines with the Vice Dean
13 Feb

Come to the Office of Grad Studies Suite and have coffee and donuts with Director of Grad Student Affairs, Andy Wiegert, and Vice Dean of Graduate Education,...

Monday, February 13 | 8:30 AM
Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
13 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Foundations of an Equity Lens
13 Feb

All WashU staff and faculty are invited to take part in this 90-minute interactive session. Participants will explore a working understanding of "equity,"...

Love Data Week 2023: REDCap and Your Data: A Love Story
13 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Monday, February 13 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Cognability: An Ecological Theory of Neighborhoods and Cognitive Aging
13 Feb

Join us in February for Cognability: An ecological theory of neighborhoods and cognitive aging presented by Michael Esposito, of Washington University in St....

Monday, February 13 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Shrayesh Patel, Assistant Professor of Molecular Engineering, The University of Chicago
13 Feb

Shrayesh Patel, Assistant Professor of Molecular Engineering, The University of Chicago Host: Vijay Ramani

Love Data Week 2023: The Quality and Cost of Shared Data: The RADS team describes what they have learned so far
13 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Monday, February 13 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
Physics Colloquium on Quantum Technologies with Atom-Light Interaction
13 Feb

From knotted cords to contemporary computers, the revolution of information technologies has been a major driving force for human civilization. Since its...

Monday, February 13 | 1:45 PM
Physics Colloquium with Aditi Mitra
13 Feb

Aditi Mitra (Hosted by Henriksen) from New York University will be presenting the colloquium.

Monday, February 13 | 4:00 PM
Middle East / North Africa Film Series - Session One
13 Feb

The Spring 2023 MENA film series features "In Between" (February 13), "The Unorthodox" (March 2), and "The Syrian Bride" (April 19 - Iftar to follow)...

Monday, February 13 | 5:30 PM
What is Black Love Panel Discussion with ABS & Queens
13 Feb

What is Black love? What does it mean to you? How do you feel about representations in the media? Join us for discussion and to hear the opinions from guest...

Monday, February 13 | 5:30 PM
Relationships in Grad School Dinner Talk
13 Feb

It is often discussed that grad school can be an isolating and difficult experience for individuals. However very rarely do we address the challenges and...

Tuesday, February 14

50 Years of Title IX
14 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
14 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
14 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
14 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
14 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
14 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
14 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Love Data Week 2023: NIH Experts on Implications of New Data Management & Sharing Policy
14 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Tuesday, February 14 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Friendship Day hosted by Women & Engineering Center
14 Feb

Countries worldwide celebrate Feb. 14 as Friendship Day; we want to, too. Stop by McKelvey Commons for refreshments. While you’re there, please write a...

Microbiology Seminar Series
14 Feb

The Microbiology seminar series is held weekly during the academic year. Speakers present current research on pathogenic bacteria, fungi, protozoa,...

Transitions Inside the Labyrinth of Caregiving
14 Feb

Dr. Parker Oliver will merge her research with caregivers at the end of life and her personal experience in caring for her husband, providing participants...

Tuesday, February 14 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Stepped Care for Women’s Mental Health in Primary Care in Tajikistan
14 Feb

In Tajikistan, women bear a disproportionate burden of common mental disorders (CMD), many of which are undiagnosed and untreated due to a lack of mental...

Tuesday, February 14 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Love Data Week 2023: Data is for Everyone
14 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Tuesday, February 14 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
Effective Presentations
14 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 14 | 3:30 PM
The Experience: Cathartic Writing, Collectivity and Care Among Undocumented Mexican Immigrants
14 Feb

This talk draws from an ethnography of a little-known therapeutic community of undocumented Mexican immigrants living in the United States. The foundation of...

Tuesday, February 14 | 4:00 PM
Civic Café
14 Feb

Civic Cafe is a weekly event series every Tuesday evening at Stix House, 6470 Forsyth, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., when classes are in session. Each night will...

Tuesday, February 14 | 5:30 PM

Wednesday, February 15

50 Years of Title IX
15 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
15 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
15 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
15 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
15 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
15 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Women in Innovation & Technology (WIT) Symposium
15 Feb

Join us for the 2023 Women in Innovation & Technology (WIT) Symposium! Keynotes, panelists and breakout sessions will provide insights and practical guidance...

Glaser Gallery Exhibit: 'How did we get hear? Historic hearing devices, 1800-2000'
15 Feb

The hearing aids we are familiar with today are both tiny and mighty, but they weren’t always that way. This exhibit highlights the long history of hearing...

Love Data Week 2023: Data as an Organizing Tool: How Sharing Information Can Keep Us Accountable to Community and Coordinate Across Boundaries
15 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Wednesday, February 15 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Navigating Difficult Conversations
15 Feb

In this interactive course with paired activities, small group exercises and large group discussion, participants will explore how navigating difficult...

Wednesday, February 15 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
Danforth Campus Toastmasters Club Returns February 1
15 Feb

WUSTL Speaks, the Danforth Campus Toastmasters club since 2014, meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, with the occasional 5 Wednsday being a socail meeting off...

Wednesday, February 15 | 12:00 PM
Monthly Wellness Wednesdays: Let's Get Sleepy Session
15 Feb

Let’s Get Sleepy Session: A session chock full of tips and tricks to improve the quality of your sleep and get back to what it's meant for...healing and...

Resistance Requires Excellent Scholarship: Seeding a Vision for Change
15 Feb

In observance of 2023 Black History Month, Sean Joe will examine and provide a personal response to the September 1967 call to action by the then-only...

Wednesday, February 15 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Physics Colloquium with Karthik Ramanathan
15 Feb

Karthik Ramanathan (Hosted by Murch) from California Institute of Technology will be presenting the colloquium

Wednesday, February 15 | 1:45 PM
Love Data Week 2023: How to Use the WashU DMPTool to Write a Data Management and Sharing Plan
15 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Wednesday, February 15 | 2:00 PM
Virtual Event
Physics Colloquium on Atomic Arrays Coupled to Structured Light
15 Feb

Technological advances driven by modern experiments provide a context to examine fundamental questions in quantum physics. For example, the ability to...

Wednesday, February 15 | 4:00 PM
Black Student-Athlete Panel with Athletics
15 Feb

Join us to hear from Black student-athletes about their experiences on WashU teams and how they balance social, work and team life!

Wednesday, February 15 | 7:30 PM

Thursday, February 16

50 Years of Title IX
16 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
16 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
16 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
16 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
16 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
16 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

Digital Transformation Coffee Hour
16 Feb

Curious about WashU's new Digital Transformation initiative? Have ideas? Want to get involved? Every Thursday, you can join Philip R.O. Payne, Digital...

Thursday, February 16 | 9:30 AM
WUSM Farmers Market
16 Feb

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

Love Data Week 2023: Qualitative Data Sharing: Roadmap and Resources to Facilitate Responsible and Ethical Data Sharing
16 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Thursday, February 16 | 11:00 AM
Virtual Event
Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Meeting
16 Feb

A lively discussion among Washington University faculty, special guets, and the audience. Topics will include current issues in the news, as well as the...

Thursday, February 16 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Social Work and Human Service Leadership: The Disconnect and Strategies Forward
16 Feb

Social workers embody purpose, values and vision – which are the foundations of leadership. Yet social workers are under-represented in the leadership of...

Thursday, February 16 | 12:30 PM
Virtual Event
Fan Cui
16 Feb

Fan Cui, Postdoctoral Associate in the Center for Soft Matter Research at New York University, will present her seminar titled, "Understanding and...

Love Data Week 2023: MDClone Workshop – Making a Love Connection between You and the Data of Your Dreams, Faster
16 Feb

Join us for a week of virtual presentations and workshops around all things data. Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University...

Thursday, February 16 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
Subaltern Epistemologies of Health: Collaborative Ethnographies from Colombia
16 Feb

In the first part I will present the results of over 10-years of collaborative work conducted at the oldest child and maternity hospital in Colombia. Along...

Thursday, February 16 | 4:00 PM
The Deaf Shoemaker:  Ability, Disability, and Daily Life in the Sixteenth Century
16 Feb

This lecture will focus on Jacob Baum's work on researching a deaf shoemaker named Sebastian Fisher who chronicled his attempts to cure his disability in...

Thursday, February 16 | 4:00 PM
“For when you speak, I no longer understand” (Soph. Aj. 1262): Unraveling of Communication and Dissolution of Binaries in the Finale of Sophocles’ Ajax
16 Feb

Sophocles’ Ajax contains a notorious compositional crux: the hero dies mid-play, and the last third of the tragedy is occupied with drawn-out verbal...

Thursday, February 16 | 6:00 PM
Virtual Event
Fall 23 Master Student Information Session
16 Feb

Interested in learning about the research opportunities available to Master's students in Electrical & Systems Engineering as well as possible fellowship...

Thursday, February 16 | 7:00 PM
Virtual Event
The Black Rep presents 'The Light'
16 Feb

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its 46th Season with The Light by Loy A. Webb. Previews begin Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at the Hotchner...

Visiting Hurst Professor: Cedar Sigo, Craft Talk
16 Feb

Professor Cedar Sigo was raised on the Suquamish Reservation in the Pacific Northwest and studied at The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at the...

Thursday, February 16 | 8:00 PM
Visiting Hurst Professor: Cedar Sigo, Reading
16 Feb

Professor Cedar Sigo was raised on the Suquamish Reservation in the Pacific Northwest and studied at The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at the...

Thursday, February 16 | 8:00 PM
WU Cinema Presents: IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK
16 Feb

A heart-stopping love story. (2018, USA, 119 min) Directed by Barry Jenkins Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) adapts James Baldwin’s 1974 novel chronicling two...

Thursday, February 16 | 8:00 PM

Friday, February 17

50 Years of Title IX
17 Feb

In June 1972, Congress passed Title IX, prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any federal government-funded school or other educational programs. The 50...

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans
17 Feb

"The Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Design Legacy of the Interned Generation of Japanese Americans" explores architecture’s relationship to issues of...

Chakaia Booker: 'Shaved Portions'
17 Feb

Chakaia Booker is renowned for her artistic practice that pushes the limits of abstraction through the use of her signature material—discarded rubber tires...

School of Medicine Composting Pilot Program
17 Feb

Was your New Year's resolution to be more sustainable? Here's an easy way to stick to it! WashU School of Medicine will be piloting a composting program at...

Shakespeare in Hand
17 Feb

Shakespeare’s words have become so famous that there is a quote for just about every circumstance or occasion. Though many miniature books feature an entire...

Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies, 1685
17 Feb

"The Play’s the Thing" exhibition celebrates the 400-year anniversary of the first folio—the first time William Shakespeare’s collected works were printed....

WashU Employee Onsite Biometric Screening Event
17 Feb

Knowing your numbers is key in detecting disease early and we offer three ways for all WashU benefits eligible employees to complete their annual screening...

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