Diversity & Inclusion News

Learn more about how members of the Sam Fox School community explore topics related to diversity, inclusion, and equity in their work.


Message to the Sam Fox School Community: Committing to Social Justice>>
CityStudioSTL Faculty Course Grant in Partnership with the Social Policy Institute>>
NEA Grant Supporting the Design Futures Student Leadership Forum>>
Museum Panel Discussion: "When We Talk to Each Other">>
Fall 2019 CityStudioSTL Faculty Course Grants>>
Museum exhibition: Ai Weiwei: Bare Life>>


Introducing the 2019 Arts as Civic Engagement Residents>>
2019 Sam Fox School Civic Scholars>>
2019 exhibition Ai Weiwei: Bare Life
WashU Diversity Passport Program: Art as a Platform for Conversation>>
Museum Discussion Series: Art as a Platform for Conversation>> 
2018 NOMA Competition>>
New leader for Alberti>>
The Divided City 2022>>
Inclusion & Neighborhood Resilience [v 2.0]: Designing for Equity in Metamorphic Cities>>
Large Gift Gives St. Louis’ Griot Museum Of Black History A Break From Hard Times>>
'Segregation By Design' Puts St. Louisans In Conversation With Harris-Stowe, Wash U Scholars>>
Ryan A. Wilson>>


2017 NOMA Competition>>
Deneb Stars>>
Special Topics in Fashion: Fashion and Race>>
Tale of Two Cities>>
"Dwell in Other Futures" uses art and activism to imagine a different St. Louis>>
Mobility for All by All>>
Museum Exhibition: Kader Attia: Reason’s Oxymorons>>
Segregation by Design>>


The Roots & Reality of Urban Separation>>
Inclusion and Neighborhood Resilience with IISTL>>
Segregation by Design>>
Propaganda to Decoration: Public Expression, Individual Voice, and the Persistence of Hope>>
What does a rising documentarian see when he comes to St. Louis from Tokyo? ‘A divided city'>>
‘Memorializing Displacement’ brought the world to St. Louis>>
WashU Provides Freedom & Place to build a life>>


Content to Cover: The Design of Books with Prison Performing Arts>>
Mirror Casket, produced by a team of artists including De Nichols>>
Reflection: Washington University's 'Divided City' Project Hopes To Unravel Urban Dysfunction>>