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Four nurse anesthesia students visited Guatemala in February to volunteer at a medical clinic

Guatemala Volunteers

Four 3rd-year Nurse Anesthesia students spent a week in San Raymundo, Guatemala in February as part of a medical mission trip with Refuge International.

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Zane Forshee

Best-Selling Album

Webster alumni Zane Forshee has released a best-selling album of guitar music. He shares his story with the Webster community.

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Chancellor Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble is leading a national discussion on the value of independent colleges

Equity, Access and Student Success

The Council of Independent Colleges is hosting a series of workshops to make the case for the value of private institutions. Leading that effort is Webster University Chancellor Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble.

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Webster's award for the All-In challenge

Webster Wins National Awards

Webster University won three national awards for its efforts to register students to vote and to get them to the polls on election day. 

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Recent News


COVID-19 Updates: Grading Options, Reporting Positive Tests, Essential Work

March 27, 2020

The pandemic has required many adjustments for our students, staff and faculty members, so we thank all of you for your flexibility as we rally around Webster’s mission in support of students. Going forward, the COVID-19 Task Force will continue to monitor and evaluate issues that directly affect our community, and we will update you accordingly, including the following on grading options during spring 2020, how to report positive COVID-19 tests, and essential work at the main campus.

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Jameca Falconer

Webster in the News: Bio Sciences, Falconer, Smith

March 26, 2020

The Biological Sciences Department's donation of needed supplies to hospitals during the pandemic was covered by multiple outlets. ... Jameca Falconer has been interviewed on ABC and CNBC about anxiety and response to the pandemic. ... Julie Smith was interviewed by Catholic News Service about the importance of teaching media literacy.

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Support The Webster Film Series: online screening March 27

March 26, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place direction, the Webster Film Series has canceled all upcoming screenings. Now they need the members of the Webster community's help. On Friday, March 27, a link will be made available where the film "Vitalina Varela" can be rented directly from its distributor's website. To continue to support the Webster Film Series through these difficult times, if patrons use our specific link, the Webster Film Series will receive $5 of the $12 rental fee.

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IT Wants to Hear Your Feedback On Help Sessions

March 26, 2020

The Information Technology team thanks everyone who attended one of their Information Technology Working Remotely Help Sessions that happened this past week. Now they want to hear back from those who attended the session via a brief survey. Your responses will help IT improve support and plan for additional sessions that may be of interest in the future.

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