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Virtual Connections

Community has never been more important. As you count on friends, neighbors, and colleagues during this extraordinary time, know that you can also count on WashU. We’ve compiled a list of virtual resources to help you stay connected to the university.

Wednesdays with WashU
How does who I am and where I live affect my health?
Wed, Dec 9, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. CST
Join alumni, parents, and friends for a conversation moderated by Tom Hillman, AB ’78, University Trustee and Chair of Brown School National Council with Mary McKay, PhD, Neidorff Family and Centene Corporation Dean of the Brown School, Matthew Kreuter, PhD, Kahn Family Professor of Public Health and Jason Purnell, PhD, MPH, Vice President of Community Health Improvement at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and associate professor, Brown School, as they discuss health disparities across communities.
Tom Hillman, Mary McKay, Matthew Kreuter, and Jason Purnell
Equity & Inclusion Programs
Center for Diversity & Inclusion Self-Study Guides
These guides feature videos, articles, courses, and other resources to help you begin or continue your education on issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.
Center for Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Programming
Many of the events sponsored by the center are open to all members of the university community, including alumni.
COVID-19 Resources & Ways to Help
Entertainment & Culture
Sports, Fitness, & Health
  • WashU Athletics—recorded games, game highlights, news, and alumni, student, and coach spotlights
  • Free Live and On-Demand BearFit Classes—daily classes
  • Other Resources & Ways to Connect