02/23- The internal reorganization of Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology will create a School of Engineering within the college. Open forums with the finalist for the new school's directorship are set for Friday, March 2.
02/23- Adults can enjoy a free craft beer event before the game on Tuesday, Feb. 27, and tickets are available.
02/23- Tutors and Supplemental Instruction Leaders (SI leaders) are needed for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications are due by Friday, March 23, and those selected will interview for the roles on Saturday, April 7.
02/23- The March 2 conference is designed to advance discussions in the field of health care ethics, feature student work and to raise awareness about ethical issues in science and medicine in the University and wider community.
02/22- Lower level doors will be replaced and construction will begin on Monday, Feb. 26.
02/22- During the past year, the division has focused on reducing costs while working to maintain or improve services for faculty, staff and students. Members of the SLU community are invited to a series of open forums next week to learn more about the changes and to offer feedback.
02/22- The students, some of the nation's most gifted high school seniors, will be on campus for the second of two Presidential Scholarship Interview Weekends. More than 500 high school students will interview for the award this year.
02/22- SLU community members can nominate outstanding female faculty members, administrators, staff members and students for the Women's Commission's annual honor until Monday, March 5.
02/22- The society will honor its 188 newest members on Sunday, Feb. 25.
02/22- The SLU community can nominate staff, faculty members, students or organizations for the awards.
02/22- The security patches sent out on Monday, Feb. 26, will be installed automatically at 4 a.m. on Friday, March 2. Network changes are planned for the southern portion of SLU's campus on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
02/20- The committee is compiling dates and events for a calendar for graduating seniors.
02/20- The study needs male and female participants who suffer from palmar hyperhidrosis, or excessive hand sweating.
02/20- Volunteers are needed to hep with this year's ceremony on Tuesday, May 1.
02/20- Kevin Behrns, M.D., assumed the role on Monday, Feb. 12. The congress is dedicated to the presentation, evaluation and dissemination of current knowledge and research in all phases of general surgery.
02/20- The department's Henle Conference will honor Theodore Vitali by bringing together scholars who trained at SLU while Vitali led the philosophy department.
02/20- The fair will feature colleges, universities, industry and organizations that focus on preparing students for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
02/20- At age 81, Bob O'Toole, S.J., has held jobs from professor to fundraiser. Even as he's changed jobs over the years, he's kept his role as a Jesuit front and center.
02/20- The University will name its business school the Chaifetz School of Business in honor of the Chaifetz family's $27 million lifetime giving amount to SLU.
02/16- Events highlighting the nation's engineers will include opportunities for would-be engineers to polish their resumes with help from Career Services, a special Innovation Challenge and keynote talk by Juanita Harris, Ph.D., director of weapons development and integration for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research's Development and Engineering Center.
02/16- More than 10 volunteer organizations will be available to meet with students at fair sponsored by Alpha Sigma Nu.
02/16- Students are encouraged to network and carry multiple copies of their resumes with them when they explore possible job opportunities at the Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 21.
02/16- SLU's chapter of Toastmasters International will hold a special open house meeting this week for those interested in improving their leadership and professional communication skills.
02/16- The University will recognize its faculty and staff donors with several events including a luncheon.
02/15- Lynn Pasquerella, Ph.D., president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU), will speak as part of the Conversations for the Decade Ahead series on Wednesday, Feb. 21.
02/15- Short voicemail and telephone outages are possible during the work period.
02/15- The supplemental student enrichment program is open to undergraduates from all fields who want to deepen their understanding of global issues while enhancing their intercultural skills and engagement.
02/15- Some of the nation's most gifted high school students began their visits to SLU on Thursday, Feb. 15. They will be on campus through the weekend as part of the interview process, and SLU faculty, staff and students are encouraged to make them and their families welcome.
02/15- Intermittent service outages are expected between 1 and 5 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 16.
02/15- Abigail Lowe, registered dietitian, will present on evidence-based methods for keeping weight-loss resolutions next week. Those attending the talk can earn Vitality points.
02/15- Mark Thibodeax, S.J., author of Armchair Mysic: Easing into Contemplative Prayer and other books, will give the next lecture in the series celebrating Jesuit influence in American spiritual life later this month.
02/15- The week will feature collaborative panels, displays and educational events exploring the diversity of faiths present on both schools' campuses and in the greater St. Louis area.
02/13- Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology has hosted the monthly contests since 2011 in partnership with the John Cook School of Business and Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network. Teams have just over an hour to create, build and test solutions to challenge ranging from communicatons to innovative products to assist with humanitarian aid efforts.
02/13- The next forum in the series based around SLU's Strategic Enrolmment Management efforts will take place on Thursday, Feb. 15.
02/13- The September conference, part of SLU's bicentennial celebrations, is accepting abstracts of scholarly works or projects related to health and social justice until Thursday, March 1. Proposals for individual papers, workshops or posters will be accepted.
02/13- SLU students, faculty and staff members can purchase fee-less tickets for the March 2 concert featuring Lorde, Run the Jewels and Tove Styrke using an offer code.
02/13- The English department is seeking essay submissions from undergraduate students for its annual contest. Submissions are due by Monday, March 19.
02/13- SLU's chapter of Sigma Xi, the international scientific research honor society, is accepting abstracts for its May symposium until Friday, March 23.
02/13- Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz, will deliver the address as SLU continues to mark Black History Month at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Wool Ballroom, Busch Student Center.
02/09- David Attis, Ph.D., an academic affairs expert and managing director of strategic research with EAB, a best practices firm dedicated to helping institutions fulfill their missions and enable all students to succeed, will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 13, as part of Transforming SLU’s “Conversations for the Decade Ahead” speaker series.
02/09- Students can receive professional head shots through the new LinkedIn photo booth along with resume advice from Career Services on Thursday, Feb.15.
02/09- The survey will be emailed to SLU faculty and staff members and will examine many aspects of working at SLU. The survey will be open until Friday, Feb. 23. Results will be shared with the University community at town hall meetings in April.
02/09- The study will assess the level of leadership self-efficacy among female students, faculty and staff members within a higher education environment and will examine perceptions of leadership, leadership potential and barriers to professional advancement.
02/08- Services will take place at various chapels and at St. Francis Xavier College Church throughout the day on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
02/08- Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D., of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California-Los Angeles,this year's Alpha Omega Visiting Professor, will lecture for the Department of Pediatrics at its Student-Resident Conference and a special Grand Rounds session.
02/08- Students can submit abstracts for this year's Global and Local Social Justice Conference until Wednesday, Feb. 14.
02/08- The kitchen is kicking off its annual Raise the Dough initiative with a bake sale on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
02/06- Catch up on the SLU community's achievements including publications, presentations and more in the first month of 2018.
02/06- Graduates students from across the University can submit abstracts for paper and poster presentations to this year's Graduate Research Symposium in April. Abstracts are due by Friday, March 2. The deadline was originally set as Thursday, Feb. 22.
02/06- The liturgy will honor the life of senior Tim Gruensfelder, an accounting major in the John Cook School of Business, who died on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018.
02/06- The study will focus on mother-son communication about breast cancer.
02/06- A quarter of the SLU community will receive the survey through an emailed link.
02/02- Those interested in organizing this year's traditional Mass celebrating SLU's graduating students will meet to plan the liturgy.
02/02- Campus Ministry will lead the SLU community in honoring the richness of SLU as a Ignatian institution with trivia nights, stories from SLU's Jesuits and teach-ins on immigration and church teaching.
02/02- Undergraduate and graduate students served as panelists and shared their experiences at the workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 31, discussing adjustment issues that first- and second-generation immigrant students face as they attend colleges and universities in the United States.
02/01- The awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VI honored the University's social media, writing in Universitas and alumni engagement campaigns among other communication and marketing efforts.
02/01- The study is examining the effect of a dietary supplement on exercise performance.
02/01- Those requesting on-campus housing for camps and conferences this summer must submit their requests by Friday, Feb. 9.
02/01- The brief survey will gather data about the SLU community's commuting patterns for the University's greenhouse gas inventory and other sustainability reporting.
02/01- New internet protection devices will be installed on Tuesday, Feb. 6. A total Internet outage is expected for a portion of the work period.