Join WashU IT and our partners for a June 10th ImpacT event on the Medical Campus  

WashU IT is inviting you to attend a special event to highlight the projects and programs in support of ImpacT, the IT Strategic Plan, at the Medical School campus from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday, June 10 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center (EPNEC). The goal is to introduce to the medical university community, including […]

What if we don’t have all the answers? The wisdom of uncertainty 

Submitted by Lisa Jordan  In our fast-paced, information-driven world, we often feel compelled to have all the answers. We’re conditioned to believe that knowledge is power, and uncertainty is a sign of weakness. But what if I told you that it’s okay not to know? What if the answer you seek is already in the […]

May IT All Hands recording and materials now available

The May IT All Hands meeting recording and presentation materials are now available for review.   If you were unable to attend the May meeting, or if you would like to revisit last month’s topics, please check out the materials.   To recap the May meeting:  The next IT All Hands Meeting will take place from 3-4 […]

WashU IT’s Data Transfers Success with Beyond Compare

Beyond Compare has proven to be a highly effective tool for WashU IT, especially in bridging the gap between Filezilla and Box Shuttle for data migrations. This tool excels in comparing similarities and differences between source and target locations through a user-friendly graphical interface. Its robust capabilities ensure seamless data transfers and generate visual reports […]

Is AI a risk or a catalyst for advancing EDI?  

Is AI perpetuating or bridging gender gaps? “Artificial Intelligence and Gender Equality,” a thought-provoking article by UN Women, explores this intriguing topic. With real-world examples, like gender-biased AI outputs and how AI systems are conceptualized and built, it uncovers the exciting potential for AI to help promote a more inclusive future.  

WashU IT’s administrative support team provides outstanding service 

WashU IT’s administrative support team of professionals works hard to elevate the customer experience, providing outstanding, timely service. In the spotlight are Maureen Fischer, Executive Assistant to Chief Information Officer Jessie Minton, Administrative Coordinator III Melissa Schicker, Administrative Coordinator III Ashley Miholli, and Administrative Coordinator II Jackie Sills.  The mission of our administrative support team […]

WashU IT Website Modernization Underway: Enhancing User Experience Through Seamless Navigation 

We are excited to announce the beginning of the WashU IT Website Modernization project, an important step forward in our ongoing commitment to deliver excellence in customer experience. As part of the ImpacT plan and Here and Next Digital Transformation collaboration, this initiative reflects our dedication to enhancing various facets of our university’s digital infrastructure.  […]