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Webster University President Beth Stroble with Ambassador Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah of the Republic of Ghana

Leadership Meets with U.S. Legislators, International Ambassadors

February 15, 2019

President Beth Stroble, Provost, Senior Vice President and COO, Julian Schuster, Chief Communications Officer, Rick Rockwell, and AVP for Government Relations and Sponsored Programs, Carolyn Corley, met last week with members of congress, officials at the Department of State and embassy personnel to advance Webster priorities and affirm University relationships with key policy-makers.

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Update Regarding Concur Expense Reports

February 15, 2019

Effective immediately, the Faculty Professional Development – Concur Expense Template is no longer available for recording and reconciling professional development and/or professional travel in Concur. The template has been removed from the Accounts Payable section of the website. In order to properly record expenses, each receipt must be attached to its own unique record within the expense report.

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In the News: Hall on 20/20, CMS students on Classic 107.3

February 14, 2019

Adjunct faculty member William "Bill" Hall will be one of several interviews featured on the Feb. 16 edition of 20/20. The popular news-magazine program is revisiting the "City Hall Massacre" that occurred in Kirkwood two decades ago. ... Friday at 1 p.m. CST on Classic 107.3 FM, Kathy Lawton Brown will interview Laureen di Bisceglie, vice president of the Artist Presentation Society (APS), and Community Music School students Ilya Rice and Aaron Zoll, winners of the first APS Scholarship for CMS students.

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Enter the Annual Juried Photography Show

February 14, 2019

Entries for the 2018-2019 Annual Juried Photography Show are now being accepted. All currently enrolled Webster students in all programs worldwide are eligible, as are students who were enrolled in any term in 2018. The exhibition will run in the May Gallery from Apr. 5-May 3, with a reception and awards presentation on Friday, Apr. 5 from 5-7 p.m. Any work that involves a photographic process is welcomed, but the work should have been produced during the past year, while a student at Webster.

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Chopin Visiting Professorship Brings Neumann, Kraidy to Vienna

February 14, 2019

Webster Vienna, through the Elizabeth Chopin Visiting Professorship, will host Iver Neumann and Marwan M. Kraidy for a lecture and seminar.  Neumann has been scheduled for Feb. 19-20. Dates for Kraidy will be announced. This endowment brings world-renowned professors in the fields of Business, International Relations, Art, Media and Psychology to lecture and share their professional experiences through public forums.

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T-shirt designer and Webster University basketball player Darieana Hunter  shows off her shirt along with Webster Athletics Director Scott Kilgallon.

Special Diversity and Inclusion Shirt to be Handed Out at Weekend Basketball Game

February 13, 2019

The Webster University women’s and men’s basketball teams will be celebrating Black History Month by throwing out special t-shirts during the home doubleheader with Greenville University at Grant Gymnasium on Saturday, Feb. 16. The women’s game will tip-off at 1 p.m., with the men’s game to follow at 3 p.m.

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Division of Global Education Established in Academic Affairs

February 13, 2019

The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the creation of the Division of Global Education (DGE), which will bring together four units that focus on developing and delivering international education experiences for students and faculty: Office of Study Abroad, Global Program Development, Webster International Network of Schools (WINS), and Confucius Institute.

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Summer Study Abroad Faculty Led Programs

February 13, 2019

Webster is offering seven fantastic short term faculty led programs in various locations for students this summer! There are options for both undergraduates and graduate students. Four of the seven courses are taught online so they will work well for students at any Webster Campus. The academic disciplines offered include Art; Art History; Criminology; International Studies; Legal Studies; Management; Religious Studies; and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Programs range in length from one to five weeks.

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NSEA Student Employee of the Year Nominations Due Feb. 27

February 12, 2019

As a part of Webster’s membership in the National Student Employment Association (NSEA), we have the opportunity to nominate one of our student employees for recognition at the state, regional and national level for Student Employee of the Year. The student who is chosen at any of the previously mentioned levels receives recognition and a financial award from NSEA. Please take the time to nominate your deserving student employee(s) by Feb. 27.

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Professor Nicole Miller-Struttmann will receive the 2019 Science Educator Award from the Academy of Science, St. Louis

Professor Nicole Miller-Struttmann Receives Science Educator Award

February 12, 2019

Biology Professor Nicole Miller-Struttmann is the recipient of the 2019 Science Educator Award by the St. Louis Academy of Science, it was announced this month. The Science Educator Award recognizes a distinguished individual for outstanding contributions to science education or to the public understanding of science, engineering, or technology.

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The Volunteer Expo will take place on Feb. 19.

2019 Volunteer Expo Feb. 19

February 12, 2019

The Career Planning and Development Center is excited to provide an opportunity for Webster students to interact with local organizations who have volunteer roles available. Service-based experiential learning is an opportunity for students to hone workplace professional skills while making a direct impact in the St. Louis region. At this event, 15 local organizations will have information available to students for a wide selection of volunteer activities throughout 2019. 

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Webster University Ghana kicked off Black History Month with a panel discussion.

Webster Ghana Joins in Commemorating Black History Month

February 12, 2019

Webster University Ghana kicked off Black History Month with a panel discussion on “Black Migration – Exploring our Roots and Beyond” focusing on the African Diaspora returning to Ghana. Christa Sanders, Campus Director of Webster Ghana, moderated the discussion at the W.E.B. Dubois Center, resting place of the great scholar and activist, W.E.B. Du Bois.

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