Ways to Get Involved

There are many ways to participate in the WashU & Slavery Project

WashU & Slavery Project Scholars

WashU students are eligible for funding to support research assistant and immersive learning as WashU & Slavery Project Scholars.

More about our Project Scholars Program

Faculty & Staff Collaboration

WashU faculty and staff can collaborate in various ways, including through the development or enrichment of courses or programs connected to WashU & Slavery Project research, teaching and creative efforts. More information coming soon!

Learn about Faculty & Staff Opportunities

Related Courses, Internships & More

Enroll in a course, internship, or other teaching and learning opportunity to study and otherwise engage histories and legacies of slavery. These include projects related courses listed here and various other opportunities to develop project connections, through internships, directed study, capstones, and more.

Teaching & Learning Opportunities

Immersive Learning Opportunities

The project supports students interested in studying how global communities are working to address legacies of slavery. More information coming soon!

More about Immersive Learning Opportunities

Project and Community Events

Attend relevant events organized by WashU & Slavery, through the global consortium of Universities Studying Slavery, and otherwise at WashU and the wider St. Louis community.

Events Page

Contact Us

Have a question or suggestion? Interested in becoming involved in the project or sharing related teaching, research or creative work? Contact the WashU & Slavery Project.