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Student Success Portal Summer Early Term Progress Surveys launch June 15 with updates

June 11, 2018

The Summer Early Term Progress Survey will launch via the Student Success Portal on Friday, June 15, 2018. This survey will be distributed to most graduate and undergraduate Summer U.S. on-ground and online courses and will be available for faculty to complete during a 10-day window that will close on Monday, June 25, 2018. Courses not surveyed are running in non-standard terms and have already completed or will not yet have started by the time of the survey window.

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GCP Collaboratory: Opportunities to Join Remotely

May 16, 2018

Faculty, students, and staff throughout Webster’s worldwide network are invited to tune in for streamed events during the Global Citizenship Collaboratory on May 21-22. The plenary events on Monday will be streamed at webster.edu/live, and participants can also remotely join two concurrent sessions on Tuesday. Those attending in person should RSVP by May 17.

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Draft of the 2018-19 Academic Catalogs Online

May 14, 2018

In order to help new students and their advisors plan for Summer and Fall classes, preliminary versions of the 2018-19 Graduate Studies Catalog and Undergraduate Studies Catalog have been posted online and will stay in draft mode until the official publication date of June 1, 2018. Please continue to review the content for your programs and notify Kara Carline in the Office of Academic Affairs of any corrections

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First Advisor of the Year Award Recipients Announced

May 14, 2018

The Academic Advising Center and Office of Academic Affairs announced the 2018 Advisor of the Year recipients. Amanda Kracen, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, and Jordan Wienke, graduate international academic advisor, are the first faculty advisor and professional staff advisors to receive this honor, recognizing their outstanding care, knowledge and engagement as advisors to Webster students.

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Grades must be posted by Dec. 31

New Processes for Incomplete Grades

March 08, 2018

As faculty members prepare to submit grades, we encourage faculty members and academic advisors to review the guidance regarding Incompletes and ensure that Incompletes are only being used in appropriate situations. Spring 1, 2018, grades are due Friday, March 16. Click through to review some new processes regarding incomplete grades.

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The position will cover the May-August registration season

Summer Academic Advising Opportunities

February 08, 2018

This year the Academic Advising Center will have a limited number of advising stipends available for full-time faculty to aid in our summer freshmen and transfer student registration. We are mandated by Academic Affairs to have a mix of both new and experienced faculty on the summer team. The positions call for a limited number of hours to be worked during the May-August registration season for group sessions for Freshmen as well as individual appointments in the Academic Advising Center.

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Applications are open for the Leif J. Sverdrup global teaching fellowship

Leif J. Sverdrup Global Teaching Fellowship: Applications Now Open

January 09, 2018

Applications for the Spring/Summer 2019 term are now open. The Leif J. Sverdrup Global Teaching Fellowship is the university’s in-network faculty mobility program. This program allows faculty the opportunity to travel to teach for a term or semester at one of the following Webster international campuses: Athens, Geneva, Leiden, Vienna, Accra, Cha-am/Bangkok, St. Louis (main campus and Gateway campus). 

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Curriculum Committee priority deadline: Nov. 14

Deadline for Undergraduate Curriculum and Catalog Changes

October 27, 2017

In order to move proposals through the approval system, the undergraduate Curriculum Committee has established a priority deadline regarding all undergraduate curriculum (and catalog) additions and/or changes. Documents for any proposed changes for the 2018-2019 catalog must be to the Curriculum Committee coordinator by Nov. 14, 2017.

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Applications are currently being accepted for the Spring 2018 Provost's Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant Program

Spring 2018 Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant Call for Submissions

October 24, 2017

The Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant Program, funded by the Office of the Provost, provides assistance to current undergraduate students conducting research under the direction of a faculty member. Collaborative research is recognized as providing high impact learning that offers students the opportunity to gain insight and experience into their professional or research fields and to develop relevant skills. The application deadline is Dec. 4, for funding to be used in Spring 2018.

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Invitation for 2018-19 Provost Faculty Fellow Program

October 19, 2017

The Provost’s Faculty Fellows Program is an invitation for faculty members to contribute to the leadership of key strategic efforts of Webster University on a part-time basis by partnering with Academic Affairs or its support units. This opportunity allows faculty to work on special projects that are of particular interest and importance that take full advantage of the unique interests, skills, and academic backgrounds of the University’s diverse faculty. There will be up to four faculty fellows in the 2018-19 academic year. Submit proposals by Jan. 19, 2018.

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Applications now open for the Leif J. Sverdrup global teaching fellowship

Faculty Mobility: Sverdrup Global Teaching Fellowship Applications Open

September 18, 2017

Applications for the Fall 2018 term are now open. The Leif J. Sverdrup Global Teaching Fellowship is the university’s in-network faculty mobility program. This program allows faculty the opportunity to travel to teach for a term or semester at one of the following Webster international campuses:  Athens, Geneva, Leiden, Vienna, Accra, Cha-am/Bangkok, St. Louis (main campus and Gateway campus). 

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