Community Engagement Subcommittee

By Raji on May 17, 2017

The DSC recently created an ad-hoc committee, the Community Engagement Committee, to focus on two important aspects of engagement: how to engage the great St. Louis region with university events and how to encourage staff to be substantively engaged in St. Louis organizations. To address these questions, the committee, chaired by Emily Stenberg, is beginning work on the following: Research ways to promote university events to the Greater St. Louis region. Look at how other […]

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Staff spotlight – Matt Newlin

By Raji on May 17, 2017

Matt Newlin, Assistant Director of Financial Aid at the Brown School, recently completed a four-day training in Washington, D.C., to become a certified Green Dot Facilitator at WashU. He will join the Green Dot facilitator team organized by the Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center. As a Campus Facilitator, Matt will lead workshops – for students, staff and faculty – centered on creating change in our campus culture through bystander intervention and violence prevention. […]

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Staff spotlight – Michelle Repice

By Raji on May 17, 2017

Michelle Repice has recently been named Assistant Director of Graduate Career Development at the Career Center. She transitioned to this new role in March after six years at Washington University’s Teaching Center, where she served as Assistant Director of Academic Services. In her new position, Michelle leads professional and career development initiatives for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. She advises graduate students on career exploration and the development of career decision-making skills across academic and nonacademic […]

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