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.

2019-2020

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>>

2018-2019

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>>
Arbolope>>

2017-2018

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>>

2016-2017

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>>

2015-2016

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>>