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12/04- The Saint Louis University chess team took third place at the 2019 World Prestigious University Chess Invitational Tournament over the Thanksgiving holiday, defeating universities such as Harvard, Princeton and Oxford
12/03- Residents of rural areas are more likely to be hospitalized and to die than those who live in cities primarily because they lack access to specialists, according to a research team led by SLU's Kenton Johnston, Ph.D.
12/03- The hustle and bustle of the holiday season can take its toll on health. In addition to maintaining healthy habits for yourself, it can be a surprise to see that the health of family members may have declined since last you saw them.
12/02- SLU's Flavio Esposito, Ph.D., shares advice to keep smartphone data safe from scammers.
11/26- During this holiday season, Saint Louis University is highlighting organizations at SLU that could benefit from the gift of time or donations.
11/26- For nearly 100 years, Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology has been helping women take flight - as pilots, instructors and in a host of careers in aviation and flight science.
11/26- Convenient generational labels like boomer, millennial and Gen Xers are flat out wrong, says Cort Rudolph, Ph. D., a Saint Louis University psychologist who studies generational differences.
11/26- New research using satellite imagery yields interesting data on analyst forecasts.
11/26- Enrico Di Cera, M.D., says that the best part of his work as a scientist is generating new knowledge that translates into medical benefits, making it a privilege to work in a medical school.
11/25- Saint Louis University capped a week of learning from the faith-fueled humanitarian work of the 2019 Opus Prize finalists when SLU President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., announced that Sr. Catherine Mutindi would receive the $1 million prize on Thursday, Nov. 21.
11/21- Saint Louis University and the Opus Prize Foundation proudly announce that Sr. Catherine Mutindi, the founder of Bon Pasteur in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is awarded the 16thannual Opus Prize. The Opus Prize is awarded annually to a leader in faith-based humanitarian work.
11/21- A celebration of the life and legacy of Wilson at SLU and in the theatre community at large was held Nov. 2.
11/20- The University has started recruiting students for the varsity team, which will begin competing in the spring. Students who are selected for the team will be eligible for up to $2,000 in scholarship support.
11/19- At a public panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 19, the three finalists for one of the world's most prestigious awards for faith-based humanitarian projects shared the stories of their work and their communities.
11/19- Entrepreneurship programs at Saint Louis University's Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business are among the best in the country, according to recent rankings from the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
11/18- To welcome the holiday season, Saint Louis University will host “Christmas on the Quad,” on Saturday, Dec. 7, and the SLU community is invited to celebrate.
11/18- Noted author and journalist Roland Martin will be the keynote speaker at the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Tribute Breakfast.
- SLU Joins Culture of Respect Collective, a National Effort to End Sexual Violence on College Campuses
11/18- The two-year program helps universities create policies and programs that support survivors, prevent sexual violence and communicate that violence is unacceptable.
11/17- Saint Louis University will celebrate the Opus Prize with a week of events, beginning at SLU’s regular Sunday evening student Mass, and culminating in the awarding of the $1 million prize on Thursday, Nov. 21.
11/15- Saint Louis University archaeologist Thomas Finan, Ph.D., has been recognized for his work recovering the history of medieval Irish castles, becoming the first American to join a leading international group dedicated to the study of castles, the Comité Permanent of the Chateau Gaillard European Castle Studies Colloque.
11/15- Saint Louis University held its first University-wide investiture ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 13, appointing 17 distinguished faculty members to 15 endowed positions of distinction in various academic units.
11/15- Two Saint Louis University faculty members and their community partner are working to improve the health of rural Missourians as they participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Interdisciplinary Research Leaders Fellowship.
11/14- In a miniaturized laboratory, microfluidic systems can conduct chemical experiments on a chip through a series of small connected tubes the size of a hair.
11/12- Saint Louis University’s new Queer Closet, a student-founded, student-run clothing resource center aims to help, creating community and carrying cura along with jackets, shirts, dresses and other clothing items.
11/12- A professor in the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing who has spent decades studying how to talk about end-of-life issues with the families of dying children was honored for her work Saturday, Nov. 9, at the 2019 March of Dimes Missouri Chapter Nurse of the Year Awards gala.
11/08- When the world went to war, Saint Louis University answered the call. For University President Harry Crimmins, S.J., and the men and women of the 70th General Hospital, a medical unit sponsored by SLU during World War II, service to God blended with service to country. Learn the legend of SLU's 70th General Hospital Unit.
11/08- A team of researchers from Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology has received a new $512,226 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to provide professional development opportunities for STEM faculty to facilitate connections between engineering, math and the sciences.
11/08- Medical students at Saint Louis University honored those who donated their bodies for medical education with an interfaith memorial service Friday.
11/06- Handing out awards at the bowling contest is just one of the ways that SLU's officers, and Chief Jim Moran, nurture a longtime relationship with the Special Olympics, its families and athletes.
11/06- SLU computer scientist Flavio Esposito, Ph.D., has received a $206,206 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) aimed at developing theoretical foundations for breaking down the components of software applications over a distributed complex cyberinfrastructure in order to help software designers and technology companies develop greener and more efficient computing resources for society.
11/05- The rate of uninsured patients with head and neck cancers was "significantly reduced" following the implementation of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The findings, led by Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters, BDS, Ph.D., MPH, of Saint Louis University's Department of Otolaryngology, were published online Oct. 31 in the latest issue of the journal JAMA Otolaryngology.
11/05- A new certificate program is bringing students from across the spectrum to lean about the art and science of brewing beer.
11/04- Saint Louis University and the Opus Prize Foundation invite the St. Louis community to join the campus family in learning from, praying with and honoring the three finalists for the Opus Prize, one of the world's largest and most prestigious awards for faith-based, nonprofit innovation and work.
- Though Children's Sexual Abuse Rates Are Declining, Admissions to ER's for Adolescent Sexual Abuse Have More than Doubled
11/04- Researchers found that emergency department admissions for children between 12 - 17 doubled over a six-year time period.
11/04- While many Saint Louis University staff members might take to the court for a pick-up game, César Rioja Álvarez of SLU-Madrid can really drive the net. He puts the skills and lessons he learned as a professional basketball player in Spain's version of the NBA to work, by guiding student athletes, and by serving others in the wider Madrid community through sports.
11/01- Learn about the projects and passions of SLU faculty and staff members who have written books, in their own words.
10/31- SLU's Argus-2 will be launched on Saturday, Nov. 2, to the International Space Station (ISS). NASA TV will live stream the countdown and launch.
10/31- Karen Moore, DNP, associate professor from SLU's Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing, celebrates with colleagues as she was inducted as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing at its annual policy conference in October.
- Interdisciplinary Center for Autism Services Trains Next Generation While Helping Area K-12 Students and Families
10/30- A new center at Saint Louis University is reaching across multiple disciplines to provide families of K-12 children experiencing signs of autism with comprehensive evaluation reports and serve as a liaison to access therapies and interventions.
10/29- Saint Louis University ranks 11th on the EPA's Green Power Partnership list of top 30 colleges and universities that use alternative power sources to reduce air pollution.
10/29- Edwidge Danticat, the recipient of the 2019 St. Louis Literary Award from the Saint Louis University Library Associates shared her writing process and advice profound and practical with the SLU community as part of Campus Read 2019, a series of events celebrating her writing.
10/28- Saint Louis University's biology program, which is housed in newly renovated Macelwane Hall, recently was ranked among the top 10% in the nation by College Factual.
10/28- After 200 years, there are many legends and untold tales hiding in the nooks and crannies of Saint Louis University. Discover the strange story of the 1949 St. Louis Exorcism.
10/25- The Sorting Hat has spoken and while they may belong to House Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw, the members of SLUpefy all call Saint Louis University home and live out SLU's Jesuit mission through their love of all things Harry Potter.
10/24- Learn about the projects and passions of SLU faculty and staff members who have written books, in their own words.
10/23- Daniel Hoft, M.D., Ph.D., directs SLU's Center for Vaccine Development, which is one of four NIH-funded sites that is studying the immune responses of healthy adults who are deliberately infected with influenza virus.
- Innovative Saint Louis University-Psychology Community Healthcare Partnership to Target Opioid Crisis
10/23- SLU clinical psychologists Terri Weaver, Ph.D., and Jeremiah Weinstock, Ph.D., have received an $820,000 grant that will provide specialized training for the next generation of psychologists while assisting those suffering from Opioid Use Disorder (OUD).
10/23- Researchers are encouraged by the findings, which suggest a way forward in developing the first treatment or cure for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy.
10/22- SLU’s chess players continued their dominance of the board at the Midwest Collegiate Chess and Blitz Championship, taking both top team slots in the tournaments two section, Classical and Blitz, as well as five top finishes.
- SLU Continues Innovative Efforts to Enhance Campus Life for Students Through Voice and AI Technology
10/21- The University is building on its pioneering Alexa at SLU initiative launched last year, adding text messaging and an online chatbot to its program -- another first for higher education.
10/15- Saint Louis University's Anne Sebert Kuhlmann, Ph.D., MPH, will receive the Researcher Award from Generate Health STL at its annual Standing Up for Mothers and Babies event on Friday, Oct. 25.
10/11- Guided by the Jesuit emphasis on academic rigor and service to others, SLU's Billiken Teacher Corps is celebrating its fifth anniversary and its latest cohort of new student teachers working in local Catholic schools.
- St. Louis Mosaic Project, Saint Louis University American Community Survey Shows Positive Area Growth
10/10- Latest data from the annual survey shows foreign-born populations in St. Louis grew by four percent.
10/09- The American Geographical Society has named Michael Rozier, S.J., Ph.D., to its first class of Fellows to explore ethical issues related to geospatial tools and technology.
10/08- Also known as GeoSLU, the institute will support and accelerate research, training, and innovation in the rapidly growing fields of geospatial science and technology.
10/07- Jim Edwards, Ph.D., and Chris Arnatt, Ph.D., are among the chemistry department's faculty who will receive $5.7 million in federal research funding over the next five years.
10/04- The Piper Archer TX (PA28-181) planes will allow the Department of Aviation in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology to teach students critical career skills as they train on technologically advanced aircraft.
10/04- The SLU team believes their system may provide clues to help solve the mystery of why all life on Earth spends so much energy enriching potassium inside cells and throwing sodium out.
10/03- Sophomore Andie Kaess and senior Cemil Can Ali Marandi, both students in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology, represented SLU at the 2019 Global Grand Challenge Summit in London, working with teams of engineering students from around the world to propose solutions to some of society's greatest 21st Century issues.
10/03- Gina Yosten, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmacology and physiology at Saint Louis University, will become the most junior scientist ever been chosen editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Physiology -- Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology.
- Incidence of Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Head and Neck Melanoma Up 51 Percent in Last Two Decades
10/03- Head and neck melanoma among pediatric, adolescent and young adult populations in the United States and Canada increased by 51.1% from 1995 to 2014, per research from Saint Louis University.
10/02- William Thacker, Ph.D., a long-time professor and former chair of the physics department, died Saturday, Sept. 28. He was 64.
10/01- Sophomore Benjamin Bok scored the best result of his chess career to date, ranking among the top 64 players at the 2019 FIDE Chess World Cup, one of the most prestigious chess tournaments in the world.
09/30- Sr. Virginia Herbers, ASCJ has joined the Office of Mission and Identity Office as the new director of spiritual formation.
09/27- Before Major League Soccer came to St. Louis, before the USL Championship's St. Louis FC and before the North American Soccer League's St. Louis Ambush, there were the Saint Louis University Billikens. No collegiate men’s program rivals the success that has been achieved by the Saint Louis University Billikens. In recent years, the women’s team has added their own chapter to SLU's illustrious soccer history.
09/27- Kevin F. O'Malley, J.D., (A&S '70, Law '73), will serve as ambassador in residence and professor of practice in the School of Law. O'Malley, a longtime litigator, served as United States ambassador to Ireland from 2014 to 2017.
09/26- Claudette Jenkins, an administrative assistant for more than two decades in the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, died Saturday, Sept. 24. Visitation and funeral services are set Saturday, Sept. 28.
09/24- A number of special programs featuring the noted writer's works are planned leading up to the Oct. 24 St. Louis Library Associates awards ceremony.
09/23- Denise Côté-Arsenault, Ph.D., the Hemak Endowed Professor of Maternal Child Nursing at the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing at SLU, is an internationally recognized researcher who studies caring for women who suffer pregnancy loss.
09/23- From golf cart parades to the Family Tailgate, the SLU community and Billiken families will have plenty of opportunities to celebrate at this year's Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities.
09/19- Saint Louis University's Summer at SLU has been named as one of Blueprint4Summer's Top 20 summer programs in the St. Louis area for the fifth consecutive year, in a field with more than 8,700 summer camp programs.
09/19- James F. Scott, Ph.D., professor emeritus of English and director emeritus of film studies at Saint Louis University, died Friday, Sept. 13. He was 85.
09/13- Through a grant-funded partnership with the American Chemical Society (ACS), scientists from Saint Louis University’s Department of Chemistry are bringing young minds into the lab, providing opportunities for them to gain skills and to look ahead at possible paths into the scientific workforce.
09/13- Leaders from SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital, Saint Louis University and the City of St. Louis joined together Thursday to celebrate the burial of a 100-year time capsule to be opened by future doctors and nurses of the new academic medical center in 2119.
09/12- A professor emeritus of English, Lucien Fournier was a SLU faculty member for 43 years in the Department of English. Fournier died Tuesday, Sept. 10. He was 82.
09/09- SLU is No. 97 among nearly 400 national universities in the latest U.S. News Best Colleges Ranking and was the No.7 Catholic university in recent WSJ/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
09/06- Funded by an NIH grant, a Saint Louis University research team will study how to best communicate with parents of children who have cancer that is often difficult to survive.
09/06- Career Services and the University community celebrated the grand opening of Saint Louis University's new Career Services Center (CSC) in Griesedieck Hall with an inaugural celebration on Thursday, Sept. 5.
09/04- Saint Louis University ranked among the top 20 medium-sized universities and colleges whose graduates join Teach for America.
09/03- Saint Louis University and the Opus Prize Foundation announced the three finalists for the 16th annual $1 million Opus Prize, awarded annually to a leader in faith-based humanitarian work. The prize will be awarded Nov. 21 on the campus of Saint Louis University.
09/03- Thomas Burroughs, Ph.D., has been named dean of the College for Public Health and Social Justice after serving in the role on an interim basis since July 1, 2017. His appointment became effective summer of 2019.
- Research in Action: Missouri Church Group Mobilizes to Help Women with Menstrual Hygiene Needs After Seeing SLU Study
08/30- Just a month after a Saint Louis University researcher published a study finding low-income people with periods face challenges accessing basic menstrual supplies, a Missouri church group decided to act to improve conditions in their own community.
08/30- Saint Louis University students led a sustainability charge this summer and the University will purchase 125 million kilowatts of renewable energy certificates, which effectively offsets the entire carbon footprint of SLU's electricity use.
08/30- Learn about the projects and passions of SLU faculty and staff members who have written books, in their own words.
08/29- With a brand new, expanded space and innovative vision, Saint Louis University’s Career Services leaders and staff are creating new pathways into the professions of their dreams for SLU students.
08/28- Saint Louis University staff member Sharmi Ray may define the word, “cosmopolitan.” Her journey has taken her from Kolkata to the bluegrass of Kentucky and now to the banks of the Mississippi River. Get to know her story in this Staff Spotlight.
08/27- Saint Louis University welcomed new students to campus with a variety of fun activities to showcase SLU life during Fall Welcome 2019.
08/27- First-year students participated in Saint Louis University’s second New Student Day of Service Saturday, Aug. 24. The Billikens volunteered at various locations around the St. Louis region.
08/26- The naming recognizes Busch Valentine’s history of philanthropic support of SLU totaling nearly $7 million, including a new $4 million gift to support academic excellence, faculty development.
08/23- From advice to visit faculty office hours to stories of caring actions at embarrassing moments, University leaders, students and faculty members urged new Billikens to make the most of their new lives at SLU by connecting with others.
08/23- After 200 years, there are many legends and untold tales hiding in the nooks and crannies of Saint Louis University. Discover the story behind SLU's Oriflamme.
08/22- Fall Welcome kicked off in a familiar fashion as first-year students began moving into on-campus housing at Saint Louis University, beginning the 2019-20 academic year.
08/22- As she pursues a career in academic medicine, Saint Louis University graduate student Michelle Bach is uncovering the ways that gender and bias influence mental health diagnoses. Now, with support from a national fellowship, as part of her dissertation research, she is reimaging the ethics behind psychiatric care and mental health care settings to improve patient care.
08/22- While summer may be a time to kick back for many, for Saint Louis University’s Chess Team members, summer break meant taking on foes internationally and sharing their stories with global audiences.
08/21- After 200 years, there are many legends and untold tales hiding in the nooks and crannies of Saint Louis University. Delve into the story of SLU's beloved mascot, the Billiken.
08/21- This year, there were also increases in the numbers of underrepresented minority and first-generation students who enrolled for the fall. Increasing the diversity of the student body has been a strategic priority for the University.
08/21- Research from Saint Louis University finds treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that leads to an improvement in symptoms was associated with a 49 percent lower risk of incident type 2 diabetes.
08/20- Saint Louis University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., has appointed Robert Wilmott, M.D., as Vice President for Medical Affairs and Dean of the University School of Medicine, effective August 14. His term will run until Dec. 31, 2021.
08/19- Saint Louis University has been named the nation’s No. 7 Catholic university – up from No. 8 last year by Niche, a website that ranks colleges, schools, neighborhoods and companies. SLU also is ranked as the top college for nursing in Missouri and the 9th best in the country. The rankings were released in August.
08/19- The residence halls are ready and the entire campus community is primed to welcome Saint Louis University’s newest Billikens and their families during Fall Move-In.
08/16- Addressing a desperate need for better pain medications, SLU scientists at The Henry and Amelia Nasrallah Center for Neuroscience search for non-addictive alternatives.
08/15- Saint Louis University’s newest Billikens will join in SLU’s tradition of volunteerism when they participate in New Student Day of Service on Saturday, Aug. 24.
08/15- Saint Louis University has been ranked among the top 25 Midwestern colleges and universities by Forbes, and is the only Jesuit school on the list.
08/15- Students from the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business beat out competitors from 28 other business schools at the 2019 SAP Co-Invention Event in Westlake, Texas.
08/15- In a unique move, the neighborhood association will take the lead in seeking a developer or developers to acquire parcels that SLU currently owns and build new homes on them.
08/13- Saint Louis University welcomed the next generation of researchers and healers to campus. The White Coat Ceremony marks the entrée of a class of students into the medical profession.
08/12- The FY19 total surpasses the previous record of $98.7 million set in the prior year. Among the donations, pledges and bequests received during FY19 were 18 gifts of $1 million or more, also a record.
08/12- Currently under construction is a new $50 million Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building that will include innovative teaching spaces and flexible labs
08/09- A rare bright spot among dismal climate change predictions, new research findings show that some singing insects are likely to manage to reproduce even in the midst of potentially disruptive temperature changes.
08/08- Sharon Frey is leading federally funded clinical research that aims to boost the effectiveness of the seasonal flu vaccine.
08/08- Recent research analysis for the BBB by marketing professor James Fisher, Ph.D., looked at how the marketplace is working for consumers in the St. Louis region, as well as eastern and southwest Missouri and southern Illinois.
08/07- Saint Louis University has been recognized by the Princeton Review on its newly-released Best 385 Colleges: 2020 Edition.
08/02- Michal Rozbicki, Ph.D., a leading figure in the cultural history of early America and member of the Saint Louis University faculty for 27 years, died suddenly Wednesday, July 31.
07/31- Students from across the St. Louis Public Schools learned about the diverse cultures as part of Saint Louis University’s TRIO Talent Search's first Cultural Festival.
07/24- Launched in 2017, SLU-Madrid’s Summer Immersion Program in Nursing gives students the chance to experience health care through a Spanish lens. The students spend four to five weeks training in a Spanish hospital and hands-on training with common nursing tasks such as preparing IV medications.
- SLU President Discusses the Role of Technology in Employment and Education at Global Banking Symposium
07/24- Speakers included the current U.S. Trade Representative, the executive director of the World Bank and the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund.
07/24- Forest elephants engineer the ecosystem of the entire central African forest, and their catastrophic decline toward extinction has implications for carbon policy.
07/22- St. Louis Magazine has released its 2019 Best Doctors issue, revealing the area's top physicians as selected by other doctors. The list includes physicians representing SLUCare Physician Group across more than 40 different specialties.
07/22- A $3.75 million federal grant to Saint Louis University builds upon its 30-year legacy of educating, studying and caring for older adults to further advance geriatric care across Missouri.
07/18- As the world looks to the sky to remember man's first steps on the moon, students and faculty from Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology are looking ahead to their next mission - the launch of Argus-2 this fall.
07/17- Does the Billiken like peanuts or Cracker Jacks? Find out and root for the home team on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at "Billiken Night at Busch Stadium."
07/11- Following a national search, Michael Podgursky, Ph.D., has been named to lead the new center. He previously served as a professor at the University of Missouri, where he chaired the Department of Economics has for 10 years
07/10- Researchers at Saint Louis University are creating a digital portrait of religious life in the St. Louis area. They are seeking photo contributions from the SLU community and beyond.
07/10- The St. Louis Jesuits, the influential group of composer-performers who inspired a generation of Catholic liturgical music, will return to ‘where it all started’ for their The St. Louis Jesuits – Coming Home concert on Sunday, Sept. 29, at Powell Hall. The concert will be a final chance to see the group perform live, on-stage.
07/09- Ethel Frese, DPT, professor of physical therapy in Saint Louis University’s Program in Physical Therapy, has received the Lucy Blair Service Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
07/01- The Saint Louis University Research Institute will award its second round of funding: $740,000 in grants to accelerate research growth at the University.
06/27- As eSports gains visibility across the country, Saint Louis University is hosting major tournaments and its students are developing businesses aimed at putting them in the forefront of online, multi-player gaming.
06/27- Saint Louis University student Julia Griffin never imagined she would celebrate the Fourth of July at a Peruvian barbecue, or that her love of Latin American culture and medicine would lead her to researching health care access in South America. Now a rising senior, Griffin said that her research and experiences in Peru have propelled her growth as a student, Billiken and as an aspiring primary care physician.
06/26- Clarence H. Miller, Ph.D., a Saint Louis University alumnus and professor emeritus in the English department, died Friday, June 21, 2019. He was 88. Miller studied Renaissance literature and was known for his translations of the works of St. Thomas More and Erasmus. He held the Dorothy McBride Orthwein Endowed Professorship for 34 years, until his retirement from SLU in 2000.
06/21- On her first day of clinical rotation, SLU student Emily Sloan found herself helping its residents lay sandbags in an attempt to protect the town from the waters. She also got a taste of how health care providers can be called upon to help their neighbors when natural disasters strike.
06/17- A recent Forbes survey finds Saint Louis University is the 8th best employer in Missouri.
06/17- As she pursues her doctorate in biology, Saint Louis University graduate student Danelle Haake spends hours crawling through storm water tunnels and exploring streams in an effort to discover how common chemicals used to treat roadways, like road salt, impact the St. Louis region’s streams and freshwater supplies. She's now received a national award for her efforts.
06/14- A Saint Louis University School of Medicine researcher has received a grant to study the role of gut microbiota in those people whose injuries prevent them from receiving their nutrition by eating.
06/12- As summer heats up, the kitchen is seeking more helpers to keep the food coming to help the University's neighbors in need.
06/12- Research led by Lisa Jaegers, Ph.D., assistant professor of occupational therapy, shows more than half of jail correctional officers screen high for posttraumatic stress disorder.
06/12- Kathleen Davis has been appointed as Saint Louis University’s vice president for enrollment and retention management. Her term begins July 1.
06/12- Kevin Scannell, Ph.D., a professor of computer science at Saint Louis University, was named a 2019-2020 Fulbright Scholar. He will spend the first six months of 2020 in Ireland, doing research and developing computing resources for the Irish language.
06/07- As part of Saint Louis University’s first “Pop-Up Pilgrimage,” students, faculty and staff members gained a new perspective on the University’s spiritual home, and had a chance to consider their own journeys toward holiness.
06/06- Her signature hair color – Raging Red – makes a statement, blazing with an energy that makes SLU staff member Denise Pearson stand out in a crowd, for both her fashion sense and her dedication to helping others in her professional and personal lives.
06/06- SLU doctoral student and alumna Kemba Noel-London is working with students from Roosevelt and another St. Louis Public Schools’ high school as not only an athletic trainer for the Roosevelt’s sports teams, but also as a public health resource and mentor with the school’s Athletic Training Club (AT Club).
06/03- Learn about the projects and passions of SLU faculty and staff members who have written new books, in their own words.
05/30- A collaborative study that includes a SLU-Madrid archaeologist provides new insights on early human interaction?
05/29- The students from SLU-Madrid’s Human Rights Club and the campus’s “Introduction to Oceanography” course led by Mónca Pérez-Bedmar, joined ecological restoration students from the Universidad Aútonoma de Madrid to log data on the survival of the pines and oaks planted there by mountain engineers in an effort to rehabilitate the area that was once a lush, biodiverse forest.
05/23- Saint Louis University has announced that Robert Cardillo, former director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), has been named a Distinguished Geospatial Fellow in the Saint Louis University Research Institute.
05/23- Scientists have found another hint that time of day may play a role in how the body burns fuel, with implications for weight gain and heart health, according to a new paper co-authored by SLU's Andrew Butler, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology and physiology.
05/22- Officials from Saint Louis University and Washington University in St. Louis celebrated the beginning of a new initiative that will harness their research and talent generation capabilities to accelerate innovation and growth through collaboration.
05/21- Emily Lutenski, Ph.D., an associate professor in American Studies, was named a National Humanities Center fellow for academic year 2019-20. She will be working on her book, “Modern Lovers: Margery Latimer, Jean Toomer, and Race in American Culture.”
05/20- Anne Sescleifer's project focused on the shortage of therapists in treating cleft, which is usually addressed using a combination of surgery and speech therapy.
05/18- The confetti rained down and cheers filled Chaifetz Arena as the University's newest graduates became SLU alumni on Saturday, May 18, at spring commencement.
05/17- See how a handful of graduates from across SLU spent their time as Billikens, and what they are going to do next.