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Cheryl Ogolin in Toledo, Spain

Alumna Named Teacher of the Year

Webster Alumna Cheryl Ogolin '02 was named teacher of the year for the Mehlville School District. She is known as a teacher who challenges her students to find learning opportunities outside the classroom.

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Webster University is being recognized as one of the best employers in St. Louis for women.

Women in the Workplace

Webster University is being honored as one of the best employers in St. Louis for women, according to the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis. 

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Webster University Earns an NSF Grant

STEM Education

Webster University was awarded a $124,000 National Science Foundation Noyce Capacity-Building grant to encourage talented science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors to become math and science teachers in high-need Missouri K-12 schools, addressing a critical need in the state. 

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Provost Schuster signs an agreement with the Republic of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Agreement

The Republic of Uzbekistan has agreed to help Webster University expand the programs currently offered to students in that country. 

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Webster faculty with President Jerry John Rawlings

Webster Ghana Students Visit Former President Jerry J Rawlings

July 18, 2019

One of the greatest highlights of the International Relations summer program at Webster University Ghana was the July 16th visit to the office of the former President of the Republic of Ghana, Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings. In a three-hour session, students were given a rare opportunity to query the charismatic leader about his tenure (1968-1992) as President of the Republic of Ghana as well as to discuss his current views on the country and sub-region, its people and future.

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Linda Woolf

News Around Webster: Filmmakers, Woolf on Social Justice, Miller-Struttmann on bees

July 18, 2019

Linda Woolf gave a presentation, “Hate groups: The many faces of enmity,” at the Gateway to Diversity Conference, and also had two new book chapters published, one with Michael Hulsizer. ... Nicole Miller-Struttmann is part of a panel discussion of native plant gardening and farming at St. Louis Public Library July 24. ... Several faculty, alumni and student had films screening at this month's St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.

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Did You Know: Connect, communicate as one community using Yammer

July 18, 2019

Yammer is an Office 365 tool available to the Webster community. Yammer is a dynamic way to share, collaborate, and connect on the topics that are relevant to our community and allow for a better understanding on how to leverage Office 365 in day to day efforts. Yammer is also a great tool you can use to connect with our global Webster community to engage in meaningful discussions around using technology in the workplace. You can like and share posts, ask questions and follow your colleagues.

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Webster University Athletics

Golf Team Earns Special Academic Recognition from GCAA

July 18, 2019

The Webster University men's golf team was one of only eight NCAA Division III programs to earn both an All-Academic Team honor as well as the prestigious President's Special Recognition from the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). Webster was the only school from the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honored by the GCAA and one of only six schools from Missouri to earn a Team Academic Award and one of three Missouri schools to earn a President's Special Recognition.

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