Announcements, News and Updates

Staff hires and transitions: Fall 2020

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Congratulations to recent hires in Arts & Sciences and to those who have transitioned into new roles! 

Checklist for Teaching in a Pooled Classroom with Hyflex/Hybrid Technology

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Race and Ethnicity Cluster Hire Initiative

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A call for proposals is now open for academic units interested in recruiting one of 12 recently announced faculty cluster hires to their schools or departments.

Innovative Teaching During COVID-19 Series: Kate Bloomquist

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Innovative Teaching During COVID-19 Series: Mary Ann Dzuback

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Volunteers needed for COVID-19 saliva test

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Washington University is seeking 2,000 university employees or students to volunteer for a study to evaluate the feasibility of large-scale, rapid COVID-19 saliva testing.

Fall 2020 faculty promotions

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Search for new instructional specialist in Arts & Sciences

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A&S is looking for two new instructional designers to help faculty design courses for a variety of remote, hybrid and classroom formats as well as advise on the latest trends in pedagogical innovation.

Affordable mental health care for employees and their children

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To support the university community during these stressful times, the WashUDirect Psychiatry service offers convenient, affordable mental health care for employees and their children.

Gephardt Institute launches ‘This Civic Moment’ series

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The aim is to provide resources to those seeking to get involved; to applaud civic efforts underway to help those in our university and St. Louis communities; and to provide a place to share perspectives and reflect on this unprecedented time.

Search for Interim Dean of the Graduate School

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Arts & Sciences faculty are invited to apply to serve as Interim Dean of the Graduate School and Vice-Provost for Graduate Education. Please submit a letter of interest and a current curriculum vitae to Lisa Siddens, no later than Monday, April 27. All letters of interest will be treated in a fully confidential manner.

Arts & Sciences staff come together to support remote teaching transition

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Arts & Sciences staff have been essential to moving classes online in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, often embracing new roles and working across units to build training modules and support systems for faculty who are now teaching remotely.

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