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The WILLOW Food Pantry in Webster Hall

WILLOW Food Pantry

Donations are now being accepted for the WILLOW Food Pantry in Webster Hall. The pantry was created to address a national problem -  36 percent of college students in the U.S. face food scarcity issues.

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UPass Program Renewed for Students

Students can get their free pass for the bus and metro system at the Bursar’s Office in Webster Hall. The passes can be used at any Metro transit location, as a part of the program.

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Quinton Ward

Dunham Fellow of the Arts

Quinton Ward was honored as the 8th recipient of the Katherine Dunham Fellowship program in January. This distinguished fellowship is designed to equip young African-Americans with the tools and skills to succeed in the arts administration field ...

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Homecoming and Spirit Weekends

New Format: Homecoming, Spirit Weekends

There's a new plan for Webster University’s traditional Homecoming Weekend, which takes place each fall at the main campus in Webster Groves. On Sept. 28-29, 2018, we will host Reunion Weekend for alumni and friends, including special events for the 50th Reunion Honor Class and private class gatherings for alumni celebrating 5-, 10-, or 25-year reunions. Separately, the first annual Spirit Weekend for students and families will be held Feb. 8-9, 2019.

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Recent News

President Stroble and Provost Schuster with members of ARDN earlier this year during an agreement signing ceremony.

President Stroble Invited to Speak at United Nations Forum About Africa

September 21, 2018

Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble will speak on a panel at the United Nations next week as part of the “Africa: Open for Business Forum.” The goal of the forum is to explore the way in which government agencies, private organizations and community activists can work together to promote African business, innovation and entrepreneurship that adds to the public good.

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Ghana Webster University campus.

Office of Study Abroad Hosts Ghana Morning Meet and Greet Sept. 28

September 21, 2018

The Office of Study Abroad is hosting a Ghana Campus Morning Meet and Greet Friday, Sept. 28 from 8:30-10:30 a.m for students, faculty, and staff. Adelina Martey, a representative from the Ghana Campus, will be visiting St. Louis to connect with students interested in studying abroad in Ghana. Coffee, tea and breakfast pastries will be provided by the Office of Study Abroad.

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Nursing Alumni, Alla Mink and Maegan Bosler, receive honor society awards

2018 Nursing Graduates Receive Honor Society Awards

September 21, 2018

Two Webster University nursing graduates received awards from Delta Lambda At Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International [Sigma], an international honor society of nursing. Alla Mink received the Janice Hooper Undergraduate Student Award, recognizing her for excellent leadership, compassionate care, and service. Maegan Bosler received the Webster University Graduate Student Award, recognizing her for her intense passion for nursing.

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