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Webster's Highest Rank in 3 Years

Webster rose to 24th place on the annual U.S. News and World Report "Best Colleges" 2017 list, its highest ranking in three years. The ranking also recognized Webster University in several other categories, including "Best Colleges for Veterans."

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The Natural Area on Webster University's home campus

Interdisciplinary Science Building

Read all of the stories and messages about the Interdisciplinary Science Building, including notices about construction impacts on campus.

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Global Citizenship Program in the classroom

Global Citizenship Program Honored

Webster redesign of its general education curriculum, the Global Citizenship Program (GCP), is receiving the Exemplary Program Award from the Association of General and Liberal Studies. 

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White and Gooch

Two Selected as 2016 Suggs Scholars

Two students are the 2016 recipients of the Webster University Dr. Donald M. Suggs Scholarship. Leilani Keiko Gooch and Bradley Chase White will each receive $75,000 toward their Webster education throughout the next four years. 

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Faculty can register to have conference fees covered.

Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference Registration

September 29, 2016

The Faculty Development Center (FDC) is pleased to announce the opportunity for St. Louis-based Webster full- and part-time faculty to participate in regional teaching conferences with registration fees covered by the FDC (a $100-$300 benefit to Webster faculty members). Opportunities for Fall 2016 include the Nov. 3-4 Focus On Teaching and Technology conference at UMSL.

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After Orlando: An International Theatre Action

Gateway Campus Hosts 'After Orlando: An International Theatre Action'

September 29, 2016

Webster University’s Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts is proud to participate in “After Orlando: An International Theatre Action” in response to the tragic shooting at Pulse Night Club earlier this year. With its event on Thursday, Oct. 13, Webster University joins a long list of national and international theatre companies and schools that are sponsoring readings of new plays commissioned in remembrance of the victims. The project was conceived by Missing Bolts Productions and the NoPassport Theatre Alliance and Press in New York City.

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