These events are only open to Weidenbaum Center Eliot Society members and their guests.
As part of Washington University, the Weidenbaum Center has individual memberships through the University's William Greenleaf Eliot Society. Individuals who join this Society and designate their gifts to the Weidenbaum Center are both Washington University William Greenleaf Eliot Society members and Weidenbaum Center William Greenleaf Eliot Society members.
The Center’s Eliot Society Programs take many forms including breakfast meetings, current events roundtable luncheon discussions, informal afternoon discussions, book signings, excursions, and special programs such as receptions and/or dinners with select Center Forum speakers. Many Washington University experts participate in these programs as well. Other speakers are drawn from across the country as well as internationally. Speakers come from academia, government and business.
The majority of these programs are solely sponsored by the Weidenbaum Center. Occasionally, however, the Center will cosponsor a breakfast or luncheon with organizations such as the YPO WPO or World Affairs Council.
Meetings are primarily held on the Washington University campus in St. Louis, Missouri. If you are interested in learning more, contact Gloria Lucy.