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Webster Groves Shrewsbury Rock Hill Area Chamber of Commerce Heart of the Community Awards

Heart of the Community Award Nominations

October 15, 2019

The Webster Groves - Shrewsbury - Rock Hill Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its Heart of the Community award. Nominations are open in several categories, including the Heart of Gold Award, which recognizes individuals making exceptional contributions through volunteer service or commitment to the individuals they serve. Nominations are due by Oct. 26. Awards will be presented Feb. 7, 2020.

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The Luke Air Force Base campus location is an active partner in the Glendale, Arizona community.

Webster University Receives 2019 Best of Glendale Award

October 15, 2019

Webster University has been selected for the 2019 Best of Glendale Award in the University category by the Glendale Award Program, recognizing Webster and its Luke Air Force Base location. The awards recognize institutions that "make the Glendale area a great place to live, work and play." Webster's Luke AFB campus is active in the Glendale community, including engagement with the Glendale Chamber of Commerce, enrolling Glendale First Responders in graduate programs and other efforts.

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DIversity

2020 Diversity and Inclusion Conference Request for Presentations

October 14, 2019

The 2020 Webster University Diversity and Inclusion conference will be held in on campus on Feb. 25-27. Past conferences have featured a variety of learning formats including lectures, panel discussions, hands-on learning experiences and performances. Faculty, staff, students and members of the community are invited to submit proposals for presentations at the upcoming event. Proposals are due by Oct. 25, 2019.

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Dyslexia 101 at Webster University

Dyslexia Symposium Brings Educators, Parents to Webster

October 11, 2019

More than 100 people came to Webster University Thursday night as the School of Education hosted a "Dyslexia 101" symposium, a panel presentation and question-and-answer session for parents and education professionals. Literacy is one of the biggest predictors of quality of life outcomes, so early identification and intervention for students with dyslexia has a significant impact on their education and opportunities throughout life.

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Spectrum 2019 Conference at Webster University Oct. 22

October 09, 2019

The Spectrum 2019 Conference for non-profit marketers is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 22. This one-day professional development opportunity is for nonprofit communications professionals and leaders; more than 200 marketing professionals are expected to attend the conference in the East Academic Building and Browning Hall. Student and Webster Staff registration is priced at $99.  

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St. Louis Sound

'St. Louis Sound' Book Author Reading Oct. 10

October 08, 2019

The English Department and Faculty Speaker Committee welcome Steve Pick, author of "St. Louis Sound: An Illustrated Timeline," for a book reading on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 1:30 p.m. in Pearson House. The book is a remarkable compendium of 170-plus entries spanning more than 100 years of St. Louis music history. Pick and collaborator Amanda Doyle have fashioned an unabashed love letter to the city’s rich and varied tradition of jazz, blues, folk, rock ‘n’ roll, R&B, country, hip hop, and more, accompanied throughout by a lavish array of photographs.

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students

Men's Basketball Team Continues Tradition of Visiting River Roads Lutheran K-8 Students

October 07, 2019

On Oct. 4, the Men’s Basketball Team continued an 18-year tradition of visiting students at River Roads Lutheran School in Baden, Missouri. Accompanied by Kate Northcott, director of the Student Literacy Corps, Webster's basketball team members read to younger students, assisted them in the classroom and worked with older students, talking with them about planning for college and the future.

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Children's Book Drive

Webster Student Literacy Corp Collecting Children's Books

October 03, 2019

Webster University's Student Literacy Corps is collecting new and gently used children's books (from infants to teens) for the 19th annual Children's Book Drive. Since the project began, Webster students, faculty, and staff have donated 20,023 books to schools and other agencies serving low-income children and families. Look for the bright yellow collection boxes placed at the multiple locations on the main campus through Monday, Oct. 14.

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Title IX events

Title IX Office Announces Main Campus Outreach Events

October 03, 2019

The Title IX Office has planned events throughout the Fall semester in support of empowering survivors and allies of physical and sexual abuse. University employees are invited to stop by events including Domestic Violence Awareness Day, Empowering Survivors and Allies Through Healing Arts and yoga, or join the Survivor Support and Safety Planning workshop.

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welcome

Webster Admissions Hosts Regional South Central Collaborative College Fair, Sept. 17

September 12, 2019

Webster University Undergraduate Admissions office will play host to the Regional South Central Collaborative College Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 17, in the University Center. This is an opportunity to bring students from school districts such as Affton, Brentwood, Hancock, Bayless, Maplewood-Richmond Heights and Nerinx Hall on to our campus to explore offerings of 86 local, state and national universities, all in one location.

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University Center

University Center Hours Changing Fall 2019

August 22, 2019

The University Center in Webster Groves has analyzed usage data over the last academic year and made the decision to adjust hours of operation to better utilize student employment funding while still serving the needs of the campus community. Revised hours of operation will begin Aug. 25. We will continue to work with departments and student organizations who wish to have events outside of these hours using our Extra Hours process.

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