St. Louis at night

Teaching About St. Louis, in St. Louis

Informal lunch discussion

Tuesday, May 17th
Noon – 1:30p
Olin Library, Room 142

This lunch discussion is open to any Washington University faculty who is incorporating an aspect of St. Louis-focused work into their courses. It is intended as an informal gathering of colleagues from across department and schools, providing an opportunity to meet and discuss favorite assignments, unexpectedly wonderful field trips, ways archive materials can be used, projects that have been great (or not great), or any other topic of interest to attendees. There are no formal presentations planned, just networking and idea sharing.

This session will be held in-person, with boxed lunches provided to attendees who pre-register on the library’s website. Space is limited.

Please contact Miranda Rectenwald, Curator of Local History, with any questions.

Co-sponsored by University Libraries and the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Photo credit: Daniel Schwen under CC BY-SA 4.0