Announcements, News and Updates

Education launches new Graduate Certificate Program in Higher Education

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The Graduate Certificate Program in Higher Education (GCPHE) is designed to provide an overview of historical and contemporary issues in higher education for doctoral students who wish to gain a greater understanding of higher education research, policy, assessment and/or administrative practices.

Staff Council town hall planned Oct. 14

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The Danforth Staff Council will hold its fall town hall meeting from 2-4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, at Edison Theatre in the Mallinckrodt Center. Hear updates on human resources issues, MyDay and more.

Science research roundup: September 2019

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Humanities grants available

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The Center for the Humanities offers internal funding opportunities to faculty in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Several programs have an Oct. 1 deadline, including the Faculty Fellowship, the Collaborative Research Seed Grant, the Summer Faculty Research Grant and the Grimm Travel Award.

Recognizing excellence in teaching and service

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At the faculty welcome reception held Sept. 10, Dean Barbara Schaal presented the annual Arts & Sciences faculty awards. This year's awardees were Stan Braude, Liz Borgwardt, Lerone Martin, Steve Fazzari, and Adrienne Davis.

Staff hires and transitions: Fall 2019

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

Share your feedback on provost search

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Members of the university community are invited to offer their ideas and suggestions to help inform the search for Washington University’s next provost. Visit Chancellor Martin’s website to learn more and take a brief survey.

Meet our new faculty: Natural sciences and mathematics

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This semester, Arts & Sciences welcomes more than 30 new faculty members! Meet some of the new members of our community.

Adia Harvey Wingfield named associate dean for faculty development

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Wingfield’s faculty development initiatives include a yearlong workshop series specifically designed for new assistant professors, as well as opportunities for chairs, directors, and other faculty groups.

Meet our new faculty: Humanities

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This semester, Arts & Sciences welcomes more than 30 new faculty members! Meet our newest instructors and colleagues in the humanities.

Recognizing outstanding staff in Arts & Sciences

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Every fall, Arts & Sciences presents the Outstanding Staff Awards and Dean's Award in recognition of extraordinary contributions to the effectiveness of teaching, advising, counseling, and research in Arts & Sciences. This year, Robert Chien, Rachel Dunaway, and Sue McKinney were celebrated for their exemplary service.

Meet our new faculty: Social sciences

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This fall semester, Arts & Sciences welcomes more than 30 new faculty members! Meet the newest instructors to join our community.

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