Fontbonne University Adds Four-Year Nursing Degree to College of Education and Allied Health Professions

Distinctive Features Include Self-Care Initiative, Medical Humanities and International Medical Mission Trips October 5, 2022, St. Louis, Mo. – Fontbonne…

‘Speaking of Fashion: A Conversation with Diane von Furstenberg’

Fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg will discuss her life and work in a free talk Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Washington…

‘She Leads’ symposium to focus on empowering women leaders

The Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study at Washington University in St. Louis will…

Engineering faculty awarded $10.7M in federal energy grants

The world’s changing climate, reflected in more and more destructive wildfires, drought, floods and severe weather events, has led the…

[Men's Tennis] Euts Split at Illinois College

The Eutectic tennis teams returned from Jacksonville, Ill., on Tuesday evening with one win and one loss against Illinois College.…

[Women's Tennis] Euts Split at Illinois College

The Eutectic tennis teams returned from Jacksonville, Ill., on Tuesday evening with one win and one loss against Illinois College.…

[Volleyball] Panthers Defeat Euts in Greenville

The Eutectic women’s volleyball team suffered a 3-0 defeat by the Panthers of Greenville University on Tuesday in Greenville, Ill.…

[Women's Soccer] Women's soccer falls at home to Iowa Wesleyan

The USHP and Iowa Wesleyan met on Tuesday afternoon for just their second ever meeting since the 2006 season. The…

Professor Emerita Zuleyma Tang-Martinez honored for challenging accepted ideas in science, promoting diversity

Zuleyma Tang-Martinez, professor emerita in the Department of Biology, received the Animal Behavior Society’s Exemplar Award in recognition of her…

GriffinTHON exceeds fundraising goal, receives national recognition awards and rankings for Child Health Day

On October 3, 2022, Fontbonne University GriffinTHON team set an ambitious goal for their annual fundraising efforts around the nationally…

WashU COVID-19 nasal vaccine technology licensed to Ocugen

A nasal vaccine for COVID-19 – based on technology developed at Washington University in St. Louis – is on the…

Chakaia Booker’s ‘Shaved Portions’

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‘Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages’ Oct. 7 and 8

The Foreign Language Association of Missouri’s 2022 conference, “Embracing Our Diversity Through Languages,” will take place at Washington University in…

Educators from across the country convene online for Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference

  Keeta Holmes (top left), assistant vice provost for academic innovation and director of the Center for Teaching and Learning…

[Men's Tennis] Brown, Hillman, Montijano Compete at ITA Regional Tournament

Gavin Brown (SO/Branson, Mo.), Caden Hillman (SO/Springfield, Mo.), and Alvaro Montijano (SR/Sevilla, Spain) represented UHSP at the ITA NAIA Men’s…

Eye on UMSL: Put to the test

Sophomore business major Robert “Otto” Ottinger drags a sled across the lawn outside the Recreation and Wellness Center last Tuesday…

New York Times features Iklaina Archaeological Project, directed by UMSL Professor Michael Cosmospoulos

Michael Cosmopoulos, the Hellenic Government-Karakas Foundation Professor of Greek Studies at UMSL, directs the Iklaina Archaeological Project, which was recently…

Serving the Communication Needs of All- SLPs and Deaf Educators

Since our founding, Fontbonne has been committed to supporting the communication needs of all. In honor of this tradition as…

St. Louis Public Radio hosting ’50 Fest’ as part of ongoing celebration of station’s golden anniversary

St. Louis Public Radio will be hosting “50 Fest” from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday in the Public Media Commons…

Dakota Miller working to build inclusive community for UMSL students as new LGBTQ+ and diversity coordinator

Dakota Miller has joined the UMSL Office of Student Involvement as the new LGBTQ+ and diversity coordinator. (Photo by August…

UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Juan Antonio Padilla fired a final-round 65 to finish in a tie for fourth at the Missouri Southern State University…

Lai receives Templeton grant to develop anti-bias intervention strategies

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UMSL and University of the Western Cape collaborative COIL course promotes global citizenship

UMSL Associate Professor Alina Slapac (back row, second from right) and Karen Collett (back row at right), a senior lecturer…

Griswold book ‘The Age of Clear Profit’ published

John Griswold, a staff writer at The Common Reader, a publication of Washington University in St. Louis, has written a…

Media Coverage: September 2022

The University of Missouri–St. Louis makes a significant impact on the St. Louis area. Stories about the university, its scholars…

A strategic vision for Washington University’s next 10 years

Washington University in St. Louis has unveiled its strategic plan, setting a bold and ambitious path for the next decade.…

The View From Here 10.03.22

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[Baseball] Baseball makes program debut

Another first in UHSP history as yet another new sport saw their first on-field action. The Eutectic baseball team made their…

[Men's Soccer] Eutectics blitzed by Missouri Baptist

Coming off their first win of the season, the Eutectic men’s soccer team knew a match-up against conference rival Missouri…

[Women's Tennis] Davis and Meaurio Martin Compete at ITA Regional Tournament

Angela Meaurio Martin (SO/Laspra, Asturias, Spain) and Erin Davis (SR/Aledo, Texas) represented the Eutectics, playing both singles and doubles tennis…