08/16- Poet Rowan Ricardo Phillips will hold a reading of his poetry as part of the English Department's Sheila Nolan Whalen Series.
08/16- Olga Arbeláez, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Saint Louis University, will serve as the new Micah Program Director.
08/16- With new student move-in being held on one day, Thursday, Aug. 23, faculty and staff are advised to avoid Laclede Avenue, which will be one-way from Vandeventer Avenue to Grand Boulevard.
08/16- This fall SLU will launch a new advising and student support software system.
08/15- For L. Michelle Lewis, providing access to all life has to offer – from shopping deals to the latest news from Missouri’s Lincoln and Pike Counties – has driven her professional life while allowing her to be a voice for others on her personal time.
08/15- 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.
08/14- The Fall on-campus Job Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, the Wool Ballroom of the Busch Student Center.
08/14- The Staff Advisory Committee (SAC) will hold its monthly meeting from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 in the Allied Health Building Multipurpose room.
08/10- Information Technology Services (ITS) is hosting Skype for Business training sessions in August and September.
08/08- Chester (Chet) Gillis, Ph.D., a former nine-year dean of Georgetown College at Georgetown University, has been appointed to serve as interim provost of Saint Louis University, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
08/08- Purchase tickets for the Oct. 19 “Jake Owen: Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour” at Chaifetz Arena before they go on sale to the general public.
08/03- This research study will evaluate the safety of an investigational flu M2SR vaccine and the body’s immune response after receipt of the both the investigational and licensed flu vaccine.
08/03- Twelve McNair Scholars presented at the inaugural Summer Research Symposium in Busch Student Center on Friday, July 27, 2018.
07/27- The Office of International Services has updated SLU's policy to align with new guidance from the U.S. Department of State.
07/27- Sessions continue this week as Fuze, the University's current web conferencing software goes offline on Tuesday, July 31. Additional sessions will be held in August and September.
07/26- Information Technology Services (ITS) will receive the patches on Tuesday, July 31. The patches will install automatically.
07/25- A member of the Department of Public Safety recently received a kidney transplant after years of waiting. His fellow officers have launched a donation drive to assist him and his family.
07/25- The upgrades will be focused on the southern portion of campus including in Schwitalla Hall, the Doisy Research Center and Salus Center. The work will continue through mid-August.
07/25- 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.
07/25- The evening work period could include short voicemail and phone outages.
07/25- One-on-one sessions are available and a larger event for those thinking about retirement planning is set for September.
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.
07/18- This year's celebration includes Mass and an opportunity to view SLU's bicentennial exhibit, Always at the Frontier.
07/18- The new system will allow all members of the University community to access a central repository of University policies.
07/18- While the soaring windows of Pius XII Memorial Library offer stunning views to patrons, they pose a serious risk to birds flying nearby. This summer, in an effort to prevent avian injuries, the library and its staff are asking for visitors' help to "bird-proof" the library's windows.
07/18- The fair featuring SLU's preferred business partners will include giveaways and other opportunities to network.
07/18- Masses will be held at 12:05 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays unless otherwise announced.
07/17- Fresh Gathering Café’s July menu is now up and running. The team was inspired by corn, tomatoes, avocados, and squash that is currently in season to take the menu in a Mexican direction.
07/13- SLUCare has announced that its first staff members will become part of SLUCare Central, a new initiative that makes it easier for patients to receive medical care at a SLUCare practice site.
07/13- The study is examining word memory and volunteers should be between the ages of 18 and 22.
07/13- Faculty can request workshops on MLA and APA Styles, productive peer review, avoiding plagarism and other topics for fall semester courses.
07/13- Two workshop series will be open to SLU faculty and staff members beginning in mid-July and will focus on University tools including Office 365 and Lyris.
07/13- Sessions will begin on Wednesday, July 25, and continue through the summer and fall as the University transitions away from the Fuze web conferencing tool. Fuze will be discontinued as of Tuesday, July 31.
07/11- Sondheim, one of the most eminent lyricists and composers of the modern era, will receive the award from the Saint Louis University Library Associates on Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Sheldon Concert Hall.
07/11- Members of the Saint Louis University community are invited to sign the final beam that will be placed atop the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital.
07/11- In this Bookmark, SLU-Madrid's Carlos Segovia, Ph.D., shares a text to challenge the reader seeking a break from lighter beach reading.
07/11- The new policy and process is meant to keep data secure when disposing of University-owned technology. The new policy covers desktop computers, lap tops, tablets and other devices.
07/11- Twelve McNair Scholars will present on their summer internships and research at the free event on Friday, July 27.
07/09- The center will be closed for a full day on Wednesday, July 11, and for a half-day starting at noon on Friday, July 13. Students can still access its 24-hour nurse advice line during the closures.
07/06- The University’s Department of Design and Construction has contracted with Tarlton Corporation to complete repairs at the main entrance of the Laclede Parking Garage beginning Wednesday, July 11.
07/06- The Office of Annual Giving is offering SLU Chrismas ornaments to donors who make a gift of $25 or more to the University this month.
07/03- SLU Employee Health has relocated its entrance through next February because of construction of the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and Ambulatory Care Center. Way-finding signs to the office, which is in Suite 116 of the West Pavilion, will help with navigation.
07/03- Beginning Tuesday, July 3, the passenger elevator on the east side of the Busch Student Center (BSC) will be out of operation for maintenance and updates. Construction on the elevator is expected to last through Friday, Aug. 3.
06/29- Learn more about how new changes have been implemented by the IT Help Desk to improve the customer service experience.
06/29- University faculty, staff and students are encouraged to sign up for training sessions for the new system that replaces the Fuze web conferencing tool July 31.
06/22- In this Bookmark, Pauline Lee, Ph.D., of the Department of Theological Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, shares her pick for summer page-turning.
06/22- Whether it’s basketball, baseball or golf, sports have been a way for Jeremy Nagle to live out his passions while giving back to others.
06/22- Information Technology Services (ITS) has scheduled network maintenance on the University network on the northern end of campus.
06/22- Information Technology Services (ITS) has been working on a rollout and training plan to move up the planned availability of Microsoft Skype for Business to University faculty, staff and students, and has updates for the campus community.
06/22- Matt Broom, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics, has been named vice president of medical affairs (VPMA) at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. This will take effect on July 1.
06/19- There's still time to sign up for the SLU team as they support patients and caregivers through the Walk to Defeat ALS Saturday, June 23, in Forest Park.
06/15- Children of SLU staff and faculty members are eligible for a $300 discount off the annual summer entrepreneurship camp's fee.
06/15- Orders for dozens of Krispy Kreme doughnuts can be placed until Friday, July 6. The sale benefits local Children's Miracle Network hospitals.
06/15- Volunteers are needed to help students practice patient interviewing skills.
06/13- The program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is collecting donations through Friday, July 20, for families in the greater St. Louis area.
06/08- The national board of the honor society of Jesuit universities has recognized Saint Louis University's chapter as Chapter of the Year due to the diversity of its programming and impact on campus.
06/08- June's lunch menu will feature delicacies from herbed pork with mesclun greens and preserved lemon aioli to a strawberry chop salad and hakurei turnips.
06/08- The short module will be available through mySLU for University staff and faculty members and must be completed by Saturday, Aug. 11.
06/08- Information Technology Services (ITS) will perform maintenance on the University’s wireless network on Friday, June 8, between 7 p.m. and 11:59 p.m., on the southern end of campus.
06/06- Musicians from the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra will perform as part of the event on Monday, June 18.