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Webster Conservatory's 50th Anniversary Celebration

Join the Celebration

The Conservatory of Theatre Arts marks its 50th anniversary with a celebration weekend April 20-22. Join with alumni for Saturday evening's Conservatory Celebration emceed by Tony Award-winning choreographer and director Jerry Mitchell, as well as performances of "Brigadoon" through the weekend.

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Kat Golden

Alumna Receives National Recognition

Kat Golden, a 2015 graduate from the School of Education’s master’s in Education for Global Sustainability program, was recognized as one of this year’s Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellows.

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Webster University

Transfer Stories

Read the personal stories of three Webster students who transferred from other institutions, and how they have used student and academic services to achieve success.

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Describing experience as a double refugee

'Get Your Bag, We Are Going'

"We lost our friends and homes, but not our brains. We can build a life again." Webster University Geneva student Aya Abdullah described her experience as a refugee from war, twice, with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett 

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WATTS scholars toured Cofactor Genomics as part of the Career Development Tour.

WATTS Scholars Meet Scientists, Visit Cofactor Genomics

April 20, 2018

Winning Approaches for Talented Transfers in STEM (WATTS) Scholarship recipients met with scientists and heard career advice as part of a Career Development Tour coordinated by the Career Planning and Development Center. Accompanied by Mary Preuss, associate professor and chair of Biological Sciences, Julie McHugh, program director, and Trezette Dixon, assistant director, Employer Relations, the students heard about a variety of science career paths while visiting with Doisy College of Health Sciences and touring Cofactor Genomics.

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Catch scenes performed by Webster students, directed by Jacob Lassetter.

Opera Studio Presents Spring Scenes April 20-21

April 19, 2018

Webster University Opera Studio presents spring scenes performed by Webster students, directed by Jacob Lassetter, with Sandra Geary on piano. "A Family Affair" features scenes from Little Women, Eugene Onegin, Hansel and Gretel, Die Fledermaus and more. Admission is free in the Community Music School Friday and Saturday, April 20-21.

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