In response to continued health restrictions, we convened a series of virtual Parents Council meetings to keep you informed and connected. During these gatherings, campus leadership shared updates, considerations that informed their thinking, and engaged in dialogue on issues of importance to parents.
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February 17 — McKelvey Engineering Roundtable
Aaron Bobick, Dean of the McKelvey School of Engineering
James M. McKelvey Professor
February 18 & February 23 — Arts & Sciences Roundtables
Feng Sheng Hu, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Lucille P. Markey Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences
Jen Smith, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences
February26 — Olin Business Roundtable
Mark Taylor, Dean of the Olin Business School
Donald Danforth Jr. Distinguished Professor of Finance
March 12 — Q&A with Career Services
Recording of general session (breakout rooms were not recorded)
Career Center Live Chat, Phone, and Zoom Appointments
Career Outcome Data
Career Center FAQ
Weston Career Center
Find a Career Adviser
March 19 — Sam Fox School Roundtable
Carmon Colangelo, Ralph J. Nagel Dean, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts
E. Desmond Lee Professor for Collaboration in the Arts
April 1 — Council Meeting and Open Forum (view recording)
- Chancellor Andrew Martin provided updates on university priorities and planning.
- Provost Beverly Wendland shared plans for fall and the recently launched WashU Strategic Planning process.
- Vice Provost Ronné Turner gave an update on Admissions & Aid.
- Discussion and Q&A with panelists, including Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Rob Wild and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Support & Wellness Kirk Dougher.
April 22 — Executive Committee Meeting
Hosted by Chancellor Andrew Martin
May 13, 5:00 p.m. — Commencement Toast with the Chancellor