If you are recently returning to campus after time away – or even if you’re not - the changes to the east end of the Danforth Campus are striking. Here’s what to expect in the coming month.:
While the East End Transformation may be the largest construction project underway, it’s not the only one. Take a look at what the team accomplished during our most ambitious summer construction schedule ever. Bryan Hall and Pedestrian Bridge – ongoing Last summer, we started to transform B...
An overview of some of the key tasks to be completed in May and June; plus tips on where to park between May 22 and July 1.
A new campus map helps users find accessible parking, the closest place to buy a cup of coffee or the nearest bus stop, as well as a number of university buildings and points of interest. The map has been updated to reflect shuttle routes, pedestrian paths, detours, delivery routes, etc., that ma...
On May 5, 2017, a groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of the East End Transformation of the Danforth Campus at Washington University in St. Louis.
The Schnuck Pavilion, a new place for gathering, learning, and wellness, is named in recognition of a leadership commitment from longtime university benefactors Craig and Nancy Schnuck. The facility will also serve as headquarters for the university’s sustainability initiatives.
Washington University alumna and trustee Ann Rubenstein Tisch and her husband Andrew are providing a lead gift in support of the east end transformation. Tisch Park will create a welcoming entrance to campus and provide space for the university community and visitors alike to gather and celebrate.
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton shared plans for the transformation of the east end of the Danforth Campus at Washington University in St. Louis to the Board of Trustees during its October 7 meeting.
Thanks to a $7 million commitment from Washington University in St. Louis alumnus and trustee Gary M. Sumers, the university will have a true starting point for the campus visitor experience.
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, named for the late Mildred Lane Kemper in 2004, is a treasure of Washington University in St. Louis.