The Gratitude Project, a new program focuses on highlighting stories of how WashU faculty, staff and students are rising up for the greater good. The Gratitude Project was developed by the Innovation subcommittee of the Chancellor’s Fall Contingency Planning Committee. The stories will be shared in a video series hosted by Tim Bono, assistant dean for assessment in Student Affairs and lecturer in Psychological & Brain Sciences. Tune in throughout 2021 for special Gratitude Project episodes to find bright spots of hope.
The Gratitude Project was started to share inspirational stories of people doing important work in our community. We want to celebrate their contributions and share hope during a difficult time.
– Tim Bono
Episode 1: February 2021
Contribute to the Gratitude Project
Submit stories, pictures, and/or videos of individuals whose work is enhancing the WashU community during these trying times. Submissions are being accepted now and throughout next year.