Washington University Human Resources Newsletter
Washington University Human Resources focuses on helping you thrive both personally and professionally. Take advantage of these resources aimed at creating a valuable, engaging employee experience – an experience that emphasizes your overall well-being.
Next Steps for the Retirement Savings Plan
Diversity and Inclusion, working together to build an inclusive university community
Perspectives Dialogue Sessions
Attend a Perspectives session to reflect on the recent events in Charlottesville, Va. The sessions will provide space to discuss these events and what they mean for us as an institution that “strives to enhance the lives and livelihoods of students, the people of the greater St. Louis community, the country and the world.” Sessions will be held on the Medical, Danforth and West campuses. View full schedule.
Washington University United Way Campaign
Pledge early! Early pledging is now open for the Washington University United Way Campaign. To pledge today, visit unitedway.wustl.edu.
Every fall, the university conducts an employee campaign to raise funds in support of the United Way of Greater St. Louis. The campaign officially launches on September 6. Through community engagement and generous pledges, we can come together to make a difference in the St. Louis region.
Your path to wellness
Move Into Mindfulness: Enroll in the Fall Series
Save the date: Health Happening fair, Danforth Campus, Oct. 4
October is Women's Health Month. Schedule your annual mammogram through the Siteman Cancer Center Mammogram Van, coming to campus in October 2017. Schedule your appointment.
Family-friendly benefits and resources
Washington University offers benefits and resources to help you care for your family. Learn more about family care options.
Caring for an Elder Parent Seminars, September 6 and 7
Your Career and Professional Development
Attend a skill building workshop focused on developing practical skills and knowledge. Enroll in a course.
Visit the career development website, a one-stop-shop for employee career planning.
Work-Life Solutions webinar, Sept. 1
Resiliency: Bouncing Back After a Setback
WashU Employee Night at the Ballpark, Scottrade
Last Chance to Purchase Tickets!
WashU Night at the Blues Game
School of Medicine Employee Picnic
The Washington University School of Medicine Employee Appreciation Picnic is sponsored by the Dean’s Office and Management Council to show appreciation for employee dedication and efforts throughout the year. The picnic features games, food, music, and a time to socialize with other employees of the Washington University School of Medicine. You should have already received your picnic ticket from your department - please bring your ticket to the picnic.
Emergency Management to Host Ready Week, September 10 - 15
The goal of Ready Week is to increase the level of emergency preparedness of the campus community and raise awareness about the department and its training offerings. Ready Week events will include fire drills, training courses, preparedness games, guest speakers and a zombie-themed scavenger hunt and movie. Events will take place on both the Danforth and Medical School Campuses. For additional information and the full schedule of events, please visit emergency.wustl.edu/ready-week/.