World AIDS Day - Hosted by Webster University College of Arts & Sciences and the St. Louis County Public Health Department

"Know Your Status" - 30th Annual World AIDS Day


Please join the College of Arts & Sciences at Webster University and the St. Louis County Public Health Department in celebrating World AIDS Day!


Starting at NOON - Free and confidential STI screening during and after the event.


The schedule is as follows:


3-5:20PM - MOVIE VIEWING (Interdisciplinary Sciences Building Auditorium Room 160) - "And the Band Played On" is a movie about how HIV spread throughout the world.


5:30-7PM - DISCUSSION PANEL (East Academic Building 253-262) - Discussion Panelists will discuss how sexually transmitted infections (STls) are impacting St. Louis and provide information about free resources and services available for St. Louis residents, the politics around AIDS, the discrimination policies around the blood banks, and much more!

  • Dr. Frederick Echols, Director Communicable Disease Control Services, St. Louis County Public Health
  • Mr. Samati Niyomchai, Ryan White Case Manager, Project Ark/Washington University School of Medicine
  • Dr. Kelly-Kate Pease, Professor of International Relations
  • Dr. Tony Wallner, Dean of College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Patrick Stack, Director of the Counseling Center

Reception of pizza, sandwiches, and cookies.


PLEASE... RSVP to this event through our Facebook event page and let us know you are coming so we can determine how much food we need to order.


email: for questions

Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 12:00pm to 7:00pm

Browning Hall, Interdisciplinary Science Building, Auditorium Room 160
8274 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63119

Event Type

Community, Lectures, Academic


Departments, College of Arts & Sciences






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