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Information Technology Announces Beta Launch for Zoom

August 05, 2020

The Information Technology department recently announced that Webster University will launch Zoom as the new web conferencing solution. We have worked hard to make sure this option is available to you for the Fall 2020 semester. The Information Technology department is excited to announce a beta launch for faculty and staff, and access is now available. During this beta launch period, support will be limited and is intended to collect some early feedback on faculty and staff experience with the tool.

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Safety Measures, Expectations for Returning to Campus

July 31, 2020

To meet the diverse needs of our students, our entire community has thoughtfully evaluated and implemented many steps to safely build community on campus and provide in-person instruction in Fall 2020. This message contains an overview of these safety measures and expectations for returning to campus, and the latest information on updates to course delivery modalities. We will continually adapt as we learn more about ways to mitigate the spread of COVID 19 and promote safety and health on campus.

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Adjustment to Graduate Programs for Fall 2020

July 30, 2020

The modalities of some graduate programs have been adjusted for Fall 2020. These decisions were made by academic deans in collaboration with department chairs and faculty, based on a variety of factors, including input from academic partners, employers and students. These and other course modality plans are subject to change based on evolving conditions and capacity related to the pandemic. Students in these programs do not need to re-register for classes.

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Nicole Springer Named Director of Community Music School of Webster University

July 30, 2020

Nicole Springer has been named the director of the Community Music School of Webster University, effective Aug. 17. Springer was selected after a nationwide search led by a committee including members of the School faculty, the advisory board, and faculty in Webster’s Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts. Springer is an experienced arts administrator with extensive knowledge of the academic environment, arts management, and experience with writing local, federal government, and foundation grants.

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