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Conservatory Students Direct Spring Capstone Projects

March 21, 2017

Melania Ricks (Next Fall) and Max Friedman (Rhinoceros), students in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts, will present two senior directing capstone projects March 31-April 2, and April 7-9. Both productions are student-run. This project is also a semester assignment for Conservatory acting, costume design, scenic design, lighting design, sound design and stage management students.

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2017 International Distinction Award Applications Due March 31

March 20, 2017

The Office of Academic Affairs is accepting applications from undergraduate students for the 2017 International Distinction Award. Students who successfully complete all of their requirements for their bachelor's degree and satisfy three core components of international education will have their bachelor's degree awarded with International Distinction. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on March 31 and should be sent to Allison Scheuler in the Office of Academic Affairs.

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Graduate student Sepideh Shirafkan and professor Deborah Stiles

Educational, School Psychology Faculty, Students Present Research

March 16, 2017

Students and faculty in Webster University’s Applied Educational Psychology and School Psychology programs have added to a growing list of publications and academic presentations over the last few weeks at conferences in New York and New Orleans, with topics including the impact of Ferguson on schools and youth suicide prevention.

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Luke AFB Student Earns CCME Scholarship

March 15, 2017

During the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, earlier this month, Luke Air Force Base graduate student Katie Chavez was selected as one of 15 recipients to receive a $1,000 scholarship. CCME offers students who are United States military members and veterans, as well as spouses of service members and veterans, the opportunity to apply for scholarships to assist them in completing their higher education degrees.

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