The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement and Institutional Diversity invites applications for a Faculty Fellow for the academic year 2018-2019 to work on gender equity initiatives for the Danforth campus faculty. The Faculty Fellow will collaborate with the Vice Provost to identify strategies, initiatives, and best practices to advance faculty gender equity […]
Washington University School of Medicine joins other members of the Medical Campus in participating in Diversity Week 2018. The initiative, in its third year at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, is now open to all members of the Washington University Medical Campus.
This fall, Washington University is proud to host The Field of Dreams Conference. This conference introduces potential graduate students to graduate programs in the mathematical sciences at Math Alliance schools as well as professional opportunities in these fields. Encouraging and supporting a diverse range of scholars, especially those from backgrounds underrepresented in these fields, is […]
The Hon. Shirley Padmore Mensah, JD ’95, developed a love for the law after escaping a coup in her native Liberia.
Andrew D. Martin, dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan, has been appointed chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis, effective June 1, 2019
Nicole Hudson to serve as the inaugural leader for the newly created Academy for Diversity and Inclusion at Washington University in St. Louis, effective Aug. 27.
Washington University in St. Louis invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academy for Diversity & Inclusion. Applicants are encouraged to apply by Friday, March 30.
The Trailblazers award acknowledges, commemorates and celebrates the contributions that Black alumni, faculty and staff have made to Washington University and broader communities.
“We must also confront the reality that there are people who have embraced ideological views that are truly abhorrent. The United States of America allied with many other nations to confront Nazism in the 1940s. Today, we must have the courage to confront the neo-Nazism movement that threatens us from within, not just from abroad.” Read full text.
Sign up to join one of the many Staff Common Reading Program book group discussions happening across the university today.