Research Across Disciplines: WebEx information session Oct. 24

Oct. 20, 2016

Save the Date: Research Across Disciplines Conference Dec. 9-10 RAD information session Oct. 24.

Students and interested faculty from across the Webster network are invited to an information session about Webster University’s Research Across Disciplines (RAD). The session will be held on Oct. 24, from 9-10 a.m. CDT, in the East Academic Building, room 137, on the main campus and will be broadcast via WebEx for online, extended campus and international students.

During this information session, associate professor Eric Goedereis will provide tips and resource ideas to help students submit proposals and prepare their projects for the conference.

Information Session

Click here to register for the WebEx session. You can also register through a link on the website,, under the information sessions tab.

RAD Conference Dec. 9-10

Research Across Disciplines (RAD) is a bi-annual conference hosted by Webster University that showcases the scholastic efforts of collegians from all around the world and across a variety of academic fields. The next RAD Conference will be held Dec. 9-10, 2016.

RAD is a great way for students to showcase their original research, scholarship or creative project to peers, faculty and community members across the Webster global network while gaining valuable experience that will help them academically and throughout their careers.

Presentations are welcome from graduate and undergraduate students in all fields and disciplines. They can take the form of a poster, an oral presentation, or a visual arts display. Online students, as well as students from extended and international campuses can present via video recording or teleconferencing. 

To submit a proposal, students will be asked to prepare an abstract of 150-200 words summarizing their project. They will also need to identify a faculty member to sponsor their work.

For more information, visit the RAD website at

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