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COVID-19: Danforth Campus Digest (June 22, 2020)

Final town hall scheduled for this afternoon

The Danforth Campus community is invited to attend the last in a series of town hall webinars TODAY from 3-4:15 p.m. to learn more about the university’s planning process for the fall semester, and to ask questions and share feedback with members of the Fall Planning Committee. 

If you weren’t able to attend one of the town halls for students, faculty or staff last week, please consider joining today’s general session. Check the town hall page for details, and for the link to join the webinar. 

Questions may be submitted in advance by sending an email to

Learn more about town halls

Have you visited the new website?

As we plan for the return to campus this fall, you can find updates and information at a new and improved COVID-19 website. Visit for the latest news about our fall planning and all the ways we’re WashU Together.

The site will be updated regularly, so bookmark and check back often!

Visit WashU Together website

Mindfulness for employees: Lower stress, cultivate calm

Use mindfulness and other healthy ways to lower stress. Take care of yourself and the needs of the moment with loving attention. The new mindfulness series for employees starts in early July and will be focused on moving toward greater balance, coping with everyday stress and cultivating peace. Register for an upcoming session, or take part in the daily mindful community sessions on hope, resilience, mindful parenting and self care. 

Learn more and register

Back on campus? Remember the steps for a safe return

Personnel returning to work on campus must complete a daily self-screening at Review all guidelines, which include wearing a mask, physical distancing and proper hygiene steps. Complete the Return to Campus training in Learn@Work and make your pledge to keep our community healthy and safe. 

Visit the HR Return to Campus website for details.

Learn about the university’s response to COVID-19

The latest research and news stories related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the WashU community are available on The Source. You can also share your own photo, video or personal story.

We appreciate your ongoing support and cooperation as we manage this unprecedented situation. Please continue to visit the university’s COVID-19 website for the latest information.