career week

School of Communications Careers Week Success with 300 Attendees

November 17, 2020

The School of Communications Careers Week was a success with attendance exceeding 300 students, faculty and staff. The theme was "Changing the Way We Work…Navigating Your Career in Communications…Virtually!" This year's Careers Week addressed the current issue of the world of work going virtual. The events aimed at educating and assisting students on how to navigate and launch their careers in the current virtual environment.

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Internship Expo

Virtual Internship Expo Connects 70 Communications Students with Recruiters

November 16, 2020

On Nov. 12, the School of Communications welcomed nearly 70 students to the first Virtual Internship Expo, part of its Communications Careers Week. Students met virtually with recruiters using Handshake, participating in over 100 one-on-one interviews and almost 20 group information sessions while learning about internship opportunities for Spring, Summer and Fall 2021.

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Webster University

Task Force Message on St. Louis Classes After Thanksgiving

November 13, 2020

Because of new developments from the pandemic in the communities that surround the main campus, Webster University will move the majority of on-ground classes in the St. Louis area to remote instruction beginning Monday, Nov. 30, the first day following the Thanksgiving break. Classes that require in-person instruction or require use of specific facilities will continue meeting on campus as originally scheduled. This initiative is intended to minimize the risk of transmission from the community to the campus, while preserving access to essential campus services and activities. We remind our community of the importance of following COVID-19 safety protocols.

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The Living

The Conservatory of Theatre Arts Presents 'The Living' Nov. 20-22

November 12, 2020

The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University presents "The Living" by Anthony Clarvoe. Conservatory alumna Jennifer Wintzer directs this story about the bubonic plague. This metaphor for the AIDS crisis begins with a note from the playwright, a note that starkly reminds us of the play's relevance today. "The Living" is available for streaming during Nov. 20-22. Click through for details and ticket reservations.

tags: academics, alumni, college of fine arts, webster life, webster today, conservatory of theatre arts

Connecting Webster

Redesign of Connections Internal Portal in Spring 2021

November 11, 2020

The Informational Technology Team is happy to announce that Webster University will transition to a new portal in the Spring of 2021. This will be a redesign of our existing portal, Connections. The new portal aims to facilitate communication, collaboration, and information sharing, and will host much of the inward-facing information that currently lives on the external webster.edu site.

tags: academics, faculty, online learning, webster today, students, information technology

Professional Association Membership Program

Twelve Students Awarded Professional Association Memberships

November 10, 2020

The Career Planning and Development Center awarded twelve students membership fees to a professional association of their choice through the Fall 2020 Professional Association Membership Program (ProAMP). Since ProAMP’s inception in January 2016, the Career Planning and Development Center has supported 95 students in engaging in professional communities related to students’ career and academic goals.

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Zoom

Zoom Now Under Webster's Acceptable Use Policy

November 05, 2020

Zoom has rapidly become a critical technology for Webster students and employees in our shift to virtual/hybrid learning activities and remote operations. While we are glad to see that Zoom is being used across the Webster community, please be mindful that the use of available videoconferencing technologies, including Zoom and Microsoft Teams, is subject to both the Acceptable Use Policy of the University as well as the Acceptable Use Policy of the service providers.

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