With COVID-19 vaccination appointments now available through the university for all students, faculty, staff and family members ages 18 and over, we are in need of volunteers to help staff the vaccination clinic on the Medical Campus, with a critical need for April 12 and 13 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Two of the university’s top medical experts, Drs. Steve Lawrence, MD, and Cheri LeBlanc, MD, will answer your COVID-19 questions at a town hall tomorrow evening.
Bring your health-related COVID-19 questions to tonight’s “Ask the Doctors” town hall. Drs. Steve Lawrence and Cheri LeBlanc will share the latest updates and guidance in this informative session.
If you have questions about your health, including what to do if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or are worried that you have been exposed, here’s who to call.
Dashboard goes live; Student testing reminder; Study Cubbies; ‘Beyond the Science’; Ready for fall video
‘Ask the Doctors’ tonight; WashU Express Care; Meet the Class of 2024; Here come the Cubbies
Next ‘Ask the Doctors’ town hall; Faculty prep for fall; How math could save sports; Campus looks ready for fall
Get answers to your COVID-19 questions at a special “Ask the Doctors” town hall for the Danforth Campus community at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26.
Ask the Doctors’ town hall; COVID-19-related policy changes; Events and meetings protocol
New guidance for face masks; Self-screening requirement; Volunteers for rapid COVID-19 saliva test; MyWay Health; Danforth Campus spaces
What’s new in parking and transportation; Helping employees care for children and families; Crisis Response Fund to open for students; The Tech Den; Rethinking the daily commute; WashU responds through research; Urban spaces and the pandemic
As we move forward, balancing remote and on-campus operations is a part of our future. This is not a return to normal operations – we are creating a new future, together. To address our evolving and complex needs, we updated policies and expanded well-being resources.