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Brenda Fyfe

Educational Leadership

When Brenda Fyfe, dean of the School of Education, retires at the end of the year, she leaves behind a legacy of Community Partnerships and Academic Leadership that has transformed education at Webster and the surrounding community.

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New IPEDS data shows Webster helps transfer and Pell students graduate at higher-than-average rates

Student Success

New data released by the Federal Government shows that transfer students and Pell recipients who attend Webster University graduate at a higher rate than at most other private non-profit institutions.

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Webster Hall

Study Abroad

Webster University is one of the top universities in Missouri for sending students to study in other countries, and for hosting students from other countries to study in the state, according to the 2017 Open Doors Report.

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Browning Hall

Impact of Browning Hall

Watch a video about what Browning Hall means for Webster, and see photos and video highlights from the dedication events, including heartfelt remarks from donor Jinny Browning, the faculty panel and the academic symposium keynote speaker, Vladimir Ivkovic '99.

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Recent News

VTC is located in the Hampton Roads area on the beautiful coastline of southeastern Virginia

Webster Welcomes Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education to WINS

December 13, 2017

The Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education (VTC), a consortium of 14 institutions of higher education engaged in numerous cooperative activities, has formally joined the WINS program. Each VTC member is now a WINS institution and can send students to study abroad at any of Webster’s international campuses.

tags: academics, global, webster life, webster today, study abroad, WINS, partnerships, webster international network of schools

Webster Ocala director Michael Fallon with keynote speaker Ellen Latham

Webster Connects with Entrepreneurs at Ocala Chamber Breakfast

December 13, 2017

Webster University co-sponsored the Ocala Chamber Entrepreneurial Breakfast, presenting Webster programs offered in central Florida to the 250 entrepreneurs and community leaders at the annual event. Ocala director Michael Fallon highlighted some of the Webster alumni entrepreneurs who have earned degrees in the 20 years of Webster's operation in Ocala.

tags: employee news, extended campus, florida, ocala, community engagement, webster today

Spanish students visit Red Latina

Spanish Language Students Visit Red Latina

December 12, 2017

On Thursday, Dec. 7, students in SPAN 1100 (second semester Spanish), had an opportunity to put their language skills to good use when they met with the president of the bilingual newspaper Red Latina, located on Washington Ave. Students shared their future plans for networking, advertising and interest in working with Hispanic communities in the St Louis area.

tags: academics, college of arts and sciences, webster life, webster today, students, international languages and cultures, spanish

Tom Johnson, chief architect of the Cybersecurity program and a former interim dean in the Walker School, will retire this month.

Chief Architect of the Cybersecurity Program, Tom Johnson, to Retire This Month

December 12, 2017

Tom Johnson, the chief visionary behind Webster University’s Cybersecurity Program, one of the fastest growing and most successful majors at Webster University, is retiring at the end of the month. But before he leaves, Johnson has one more program for the University – a degree in National Security that will launch next year.

tags: employee news, faculty, provost, school of business and technology, webster today

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