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Faculty and staff in the McKelvey School of Engineering work diligently to provide students with a supportive and rigorous academic experience. The school and the university support them in this mission by providing assistance through the following offices and services.
- Campus Resources
- Academic Resources
Teaching and grading
- The Teaching Center
- Class Attendance
- Incomplete Grades
- Course Evaluations
- The Faculty Information Handbook
- Final Exams and Reading Days
- McKelvey Teaching blog
- WebAdvising and WUachieve
- Transfer courses
- Student Record Holds
- Registration Authorization
The Office of Human Resources manages HR policies within McKelvey Engineering. It also provides Engineering-specific career and development opportunities through its Learn & Grow @ McKelvey Engineering program.
Marketing & Communications helps the school maintain a strong brand through high-quality communications. To request help, complete the Project Request Form. To promote your event, submit it to the university calendar.
You can also quickly download McKelvey Engineering and university logos, Powerpoint templates, virtual backgrounds or the toolkit for graduate student recruitment (for faculty).
Engineering IT (EIT) supports Engineering students, faculty and staff with computer and technological resources. To request help, call 314-933-3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests placed between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday will be answered immediately. All other requests will be answered by an automated answering system.
This office helps members of the school community reserve spaces within McKelvey Engineering, as well as provides event planning resources. Visit Reserve-A-Space to find reserve meeting spaces on campus. For assistance planning your event, complete the event request form.
Staff members are vital to the mission of promoting excellence in research and education at WashU. Staff at McKelvey Engineering are represented by the McKelvey Staff Council, which aims to improve the voice of the staff within the school.
McKelvey Engineering staff members are also represented by the Danforth Staff Council, which was created to serve non-faculty and non-union Danforth staff members.