07/27- The Knights of Columbus Vatican Film Library, part of the University Libraries Department of Special Collections, will hold its 44th Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies from Oct. 13 to 14.
07/26- Starting Monday, students, faculty and staff can sign up to receive daily reflections in their inboxes centered on social justice and Jesuit spirituality as a way to consider how to positively impact the world.
07/26- The results will be used to educate policymakers, farmers and rural communities about how the costs of health insurance and health care are impacting farm families.
07/26- Looking for that next great read? In this mini-series, some of Saint Louis University’s published authors share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.
07/21- Four members of SLU's Department of Public Safety received awards from the Department of Defense recognizing their support of fellow employees who are members of the National Guard or armed forces reserve units thanks to a nomination from a colleague who is currently deployed.
07/21- Looking for that next great read? In this mini-series, some of Saint Louis University’s published authors share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.
07/21- Monday’s Mass in the St. Raphael Chapel will be held to pray for injured SLU student Rachael Schopp.
07/21- The Center for Service and Community Engagement’s annual drive for school supplies to benefit KidSmart, Inc., SLU-sponsored charter schools and students in the St. Louis Public Schools runs through "Tax-Free Weekend," Aug. 4 to 6.
07/20- The Faculty Writing Fellows Program is seeking four to six members to take part in an interdisciplinary Writing Group in the Humanities. The group will focus on book and article writing in disciplines including history, English, theology, philosophy, modern and classical languages and American Studies. While the group is open to faculty of any rank, the program will give priority to assistant and associate professors who aim to complete monographs to meet the standards for tenure and promotion.
07/19- Large crowds and high traffic near campus are expected today and Friday due to funeral services for St. Louis firefighter, Capt. John Kemper, who died following injuries sustained on the job earlier this month. SLU staff, students and faculty should prepare to adjust their usual commutes and parking arrangements as needed.
07/19- As the staff and faculty of Saint Louis University seek to ignite a passion for professional life at SLU, the compassion their colleagues show from day to day – to students, patients, parents and to fellow staff members – often proves to be the match that lights a “SLU Spark.” Four staff members who have received and given the Cura-sponsored shout-outs share their stories.
07/19- Looking for that next great read? In this mini-series, some of Saint Louis University’s published authors share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.
07/19- Illnesses and injuries don’t work on a schedule. That’s why SLUCare has a new option for care exclusively for Saint Louis University’s staff and faculty. University employees can make appointments for common health issues through the new SLUCare Express and can be seen within 24 to 48 hours by a physician or adult nurse practitioner.
07/18- The Department of Housing, Residence Life and Study Involvement is seeking volunteers to help with August's student move in days.
07/17- The Medical Family Therapy Program is accepting patients for its new Memory Clinic on Mondays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The clinic is a service offered in the Center of Counseling and Family Therapy in Morrissey Hall. The clinic offers a comprehensive range of services for older adults with memory challenges and other mental health issues.
07/17- Friends of Casa will hold an eclipse-themed trivia night on Aug. 26 to benefit Casa de Salud. The second annual event benefits the health clinic and will take place at the Allied Health Building at Saint Louis University.
07/14- Looking for that next great read? In this mini-series, some of Saint Louis University’s published authors share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.
07/14- Saint Louis University will celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus and the Jesuit educational tradition, with noon Mass and lunch on July 31.
07/14- SLU faculty members and instructors can request writing skills workshops for their fall courses and orientations from University Writing Services.
07/13- The study is examining an investigational topical treatment in combination with laser acne treatment.
07/13- The 12:05 p.m. liturgy returns July 17 and will be held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the remainder of the year unless otherwise noted.
07/13- Suggest outstanding people, places and moments that highlight the University's 200-year history.
07/12- Looking for that next great read? In this mini-series, some of Saint Louis University’s published authors share their recommendations for memorable summer reading with their fellow staff, faculty and students.
07/12- The Saint Louis University Miracle Network Dance Marathon is offering a babysitting service on July 21 for members of the SLU community as a fundraiser for two local children's hospitals. Sitters must be requested by July 18 and pre-interviews are available.
07/12- The Human Resources Division will be closed on Thursday for an all-day, off-campus meeting.
07/06- The Center for Service and Community Engagement’s annual drive for school supplies to benefit KidSmart, Inc., SLU-sponsored charter schools and students in the St. Louis Public Schools kicks off today. The drive runs until Aug. 4. This year, there are special requests for pencils, backpacks, colored pencils and notebooks.
07/06- A student study in SLU's Applied Behavioral Analysis program exploring how parental involvement impacts treatment for children with autism is seeking parents and guardians to volunteer.
07/06- The ribbon cutting ceremony to open SLU's newest residence hall, Grand Hall, is set for 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 8. The ceremony will include brief remarks, a blessing and post-ceremony refreshments in Grand Hall Dining. Tours will also be available.
07/05- A round-up of awards, presentations, papers and the other professional achievements of SLU faculty, staff and students.
07/05- Throughout the month of July, the Cura program is sending out a special call to all members of the SLU community to recognize their colleagues' contributions by submitting a SLU Spark.
07/05- A new phishing scheme is targeting the SLU community, seeking credit card information.
06/30- Appointments are available to meet with TIAA-CREF representatives between July 5 to 7.
06/30- Ten alumni from across the University have been recognized for their achievements and will receive this year’s Alumni Merit Awards.
06/28- Theodore Vitali, C.P., Ph.D., helped raise the department's profile as one of the top 50 philosophy graduate programs in the nation. After leading Philosophy for nearly three decades, he will return to its teaching faculty following a sabbatical.
06/27- Applications are now being accepted for the August Mission and Identity Faculty Colloquium. Twelve faculty members will be selected to take part in the three-day session centered on reflecting on the identity and mission of SLU as Catholic and Jesuit. Letters of application are due by July 11 to the Office of Mission and Identity.
06/27- A study evaluating an investigational injected treatment for frown lines in the area between the eyebrows is seeking volunteer participants.
06/27- Blackboard will be unavailable due to maintenance and updates beginning at 6 p.m., July 1. The system will be unavailable until 11:30 p.m., July 4.
06/22- Fresh Gatherings Café, located in the lower level of the Allied Health Professions Building, has recently introduced a deli menu to its summer dining options.
06/20- Those driving University vehicles or rentals on SLU business must obtain authorization to drive before doing so.
06/20- Campus Recreation is seeking staff and faculty to play recreational basketball over the lunch hour on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays as part of its Noon Basketball Association (NBA).
06/20- The Atlas Planning Committee is seeking keynote speaker nominations for April's week-long celebration. Last year's Atlas Week saw over 7,400 people attend events celebrating SLU's international and multicultural community.
06/19- The Saint Louis University Miracle Network Dance Marathon will host its second Summer Doughnut Sale benefitting Children’s Miracle Network of Greater St. Louis with orders due by 5 p.m., June 26.
06/19- The Department of Risk Management and Insurance has updated guidance for those driving University-owned vehicles or rental cars used for SLU business. The guidance pertains to incidents involving accidents.
06/19- Members of the SLU community can purchase discounted 2017 Six Flags tickets and parking vouchers online. Tickets and vouchers are valid from June 17 to July 17. Online ticket sales close at 2 p.m., July 14.
06/19- Summer fitness classes are still available at the Simon Recreational Center. This summer, Campus Recreation is offering a wide variety of group exercise classes available for all fitness levels, including aqua Zumba, yoga stretch, spinning, body sculpt, salsa and more.
06/16- University employees must complete the new security training by July 16. The module takes five to seven minutes and covers incident response, threat awareness and good password practices.
06/16- The annual call for school supplies will kick off in July. Last year, SLU donated over 12,000 items, more than any other St. Louis area college or university.
06/16- Patches for Microsoft Windows were sent to all SLU PCs. ITS will automatically install the patches after 4 a.m. on Friday, June 23.
05/24- This year’s Don Brennan Memorial Golf Hackers Tournament is coming up and teams still have time to register for the June 23 tournament.
05/16- Robert (Bob) Wiens, M.D., professor emeritus in the Department of Internal Medicine (Cardiology) died Wednesday, May 10, 2017. He was 73.
05/15- SLU offers free health screenings on June 10 for those who are 65 and older.
05/03- SLU's graduate program in endodontics was awarded a grant to develop a Dental Radiographic Perception Laboratory to address research ideas that are not being studied anywhere else.
05/02- The Saint Louis University Athletic Training Society (SLATS) hosted its fifth annual Bowl-A-Thon in early April at Moolah Lanes near the university campus, raising money in support of the Clarence ‘Bob’ Bauman Endowed Scholarship for Athletic Training program.