Update 7 a.m. Nov. 20, 2014

What’s happening on and around campus: No activity on campus Important information for faculty, staff, students: No immediate action needed. Opportunities to engage: Noon, DUC Rm. 276: Brown Bag Lunch Discussion “The Dynamics of Communication: Better Listening, Better Understanding” hosted by Campus Diversity Collaborative External sources for news: For general information about what’s happening in […]

Noon Update, November 26, 2014

This will be the last regular update unless the situation in the St. Louis region warrants a return to the schedule.

A Message from School of Medicine Dean Shapiro

It is my greatest wish that the St. Louis region, as a whole, will respond thoughtfully, respectfully, peacefully and with open minds as we move toward becoming a better, more unified community.

A Message from Sharon Stahl

My hope remains that we will commit to finding meaningful ways to heal and work toward a stronger and more engaged community.

A Message to Parents from Chancellor Wrighton

This continues to be a fluid situation, however we are doing our best to pass along credible information as we have it and to respond to the needs of our community.

A Message from Chancellor Wrighton

My hope is for a peaceful and meaningful response to whatever the decision may be, and then a turn to the hard work ahead.

A Message from Chancellor Wrighton

As always, we continue to hope for a peaceful resolution to the tension we’ve experienced since August. At the same time, we are taking this situation very seriously.

A Message to Parents from Chancellor Wrighton

As we anticipate a decision from the grand jury in police officer Darren Wilson’s case, we have taken every precaution to maintain the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff.

A Note to Students

As a university, we want to inspire and motivate our students to be active and engaged citizens. We do not discourage activism, but rather would like to help you consider safe and thoughtful ways to get involved.

Resource for Danforth Campus Managers

The Danforth Office of Human Resources has created a website to provide managers with accessible tools and resources needed to manage and support their employees during a time when their work environment may be impacted.

A Message from Chancellor Wrighton

My greatest hope is that, through this tragedy, the region finds a peaceful path to a brighter future.

A Message from Chancellor Wrighton

We must do more to solve the problems we face, in order to achieve a stronger St. Louis region for all its citizens.