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Study Abroad

Scholarships, curiosity and Japanese language courses helped Webster student Robert Koegel study abroad and revisit his roots for almost 12 months in Japan during his junior year.

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Webster Rises in Annual Rankings

The annual U.S. News and World Report college and university rankings places Webster at its highest spot in four years.

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News coverage of School of Education grant

$2.7 Million Grant

More Missouri K-12 teachers will have the opportunity to further their careers and complete new advanced certifications thanks to a $2.7 million federal National Professional Development (NPD) grant received by the Webster University School of Education.

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Webster's study abroad options are ranked among the very best in the nation

Top Study Abroad Program

Webster's study abroad program was ranked in the top five in the country according to a study of the breadth of options, length, type of volunteer or internship opportunities and affordability.

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Student Success Portal Training Continues for Faculty, Staff, Students

October 19, 2017

The Student Success Portal, powered by Starfish, launched Oct. 16. Users (students as well as faculty and staff members) may now access and explore the highly intuitive and easy-to-use system at their leisure, and trainings continue to more formally acclimate users to the current functionality. Get yourself up to speed on this major initiative through one of the following introductory training options.

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Invitation for 2018-19 Provost Faculty Fellow Program

October 19, 2017

The Provost’s Faculty Fellows Program is an invitation for faculty members to contribute to the leadership of key strategic efforts of Webster University on a part-time basis by partnering with Academic Affairs or its support units. This opportunity allows faculty to work on special projects that are of particular interest and importance that take full advantage of the unique interests, skills, and academic backgrounds of the University’s diverse faculty. There will be up to four faculty fellows in the 2018-19 academic year. Submit proposals by Jan. 19, 2018.

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News Around Webster: Ibroscheva, Tamashiro, Lochli

October 19, 2017

School of Communications associate dean Elza Ibroscheva recently published in two European peer-reviewed journals, on Bulgarian television and Hillary Clinton’s use of Twitter in the 2016 election. ... School of Education professor Roy Tamashiro presented two papers relating to the little-known Jeju 4.3 Massacre in South Korea. ... Webster Thailand’s Roland Nikolaus Lochli published a German language book on East Asian giants, “Die Volksrepublik China, Japan und das Ostchinesische Meer, 1970-2012.”

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