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Take a tour of the East Academic Building, Browning Hall and Pearson House

Accessibility Committee's Universal Design Tour Feb. 27

February 26, 2018

Faculty, staff and students are invited to join the Universal Design Tour on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 11:30 in the East Academic Building. Meet in the Edward Jones Commons and prepare for a walking tour of the building, Browning Hall and Pearson House. Participants will learn what Universal Design is, and how it is applied, or not applied, to three unique campus buildings.

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Christy Herzing

New Academic ADA Coordinator

January 09, 2018

Effective Tuesday, Jan. 16, Christy Herzing will join the Academic Resource Center (ARC) as the academic ADA coordinator. Herzing replaces Shelley Wolfmeyer, who left the position in Oct. 2017. Temporary academic ADA coordinator Michelle Fassler will continue working through Friday, Jan. 26, to help transition Herzing into the full-time role and to make the transition as smooth as possible for Herzing, students, and faculty and staff members.

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Attendance is free.

Webster Hosts Missouri Self-Directed Supports Conference

July 20, 2017

The Missouri Self-Directed Supports Conference will be held at Webster University in the East Academic Building on Aug. 4-5, with a variety of sessions discussing the use of self-directed supports for adults with autism or other developmental disabilities living in the community. Anyone who receives or anticipates receiving services through a Medicaid waiver to assist with caring for themselves or a person with special needs is welcome to attend this no-cost conference

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Accessibility roll-through on the Webster Groves campus

Workforce Recruitment Program for Students, Grads with Disabilities

September 07, 2016

The government-wide workforce recruitment and referral program (WRP) connects federal employers nationwide with college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to prove their abilities in the workplace through summer internships or permanent jobs. The goal is to increase the representation of persons with disabilities, especially severe disabilities, in the federal workforce. Webster candidates must apply by Oct. 12, 2016.

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Roll through teams will navigate areas of campus using a wheelchair.

Engage in Campus Accessibility with 'Roll Through' March 14-18

March 11, 2016

The Accessibility Committee invites you to experience firsthand the challenges confronting people with disabilities in daily campus life by taking part in a roll through. Roll through teams will navigate specific areas of campus and campus buildings using a wheelchair. See the schedule and locations and RSVP to Judy Geczi.

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