News Articles

Michael Williams, Webster Ghana academic director, and advisory board member and professor Audrey Gadzekpo.

Webster Ghana Celebrates Black History Month with Partners

March 01, 2018

In celebration of this year’s Black History Month, Webster University's campus in Accra, Ghana, partnered with the W.E.B Du Bois Centre, the U.S. Embassy in Ghana, and the African-American Association of Ghana (AAAG) to organize events that highlight historical figures and events in Africa and the African diaspora.

tags: academics, faculty, global, ghana, black history month, community engagement, home page, webster today

Cleo Parker Robinson (Photo by Michele Knudsen)

Webster Dance Hosts Guest Choreographer Cleo Parker Robinson

February 20, 2018

Webster University's Department of Dance will host guest choreographer Cleo Parker Robinson on Feb. 28 for an open rehearsal and an artist conversation on "Race and Gender in the Dance World." The events are free and open to the public, co-sponsored by Webster's Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies Committee and the Department of Dance.

tags: college of fine arts, faculty, home page, department of dance, black history month, webster life, webster today

The 2nd Annual MLK Dinner takes place in the Luhr Building.

MCISA Hosts Annual MLK Dinner Jan. 31

January 23, 2018

The Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs (MCISA) Department will host the 2nd Annual MLK Dinner on Wednesday, Jan. 31, in the Luhr Building. The evening will include dinner, entertainment, trivia questions (and prizes) about Dr. King’s life and legacy and a keynote address by Dr. Marc Lamont Hill on "The New Civil Rights." Dress for the evening is business casual. Contact MCISA for tickets, which are required for admission.

tags: webster life, webster today, students, mcisa, diversity and inclusion, black history month