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Cyber Explorers Workshop Saturday, Oct. 21

Webster to Host Cyber Explorers Camp Oct. 21

October 17, 2017

Webster University's Corporate Relations presents a Cyber Explorers Camp in partnership with MasterCard and the Walker School of Business and Technology at our Webster Groves campus Saturday, Oct. 21. Webster Cybersecurity program lead Paul Frazier will lead this dynamic event. There will be 24 students from various St. Louis-area school districts attending this event. Guests will participate in a series of interactive training sessions focused on stimulating interest in cybersecurity and computer science.

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Englis has designed costumes for The Rep since 1979.

Video: Professor's Costume Design for Rep's 'Hamlet'

October 13, 2017

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis is performing "Hamlet" for the first time in its history, which was an opportunity for NBC affiliate KSDK-TV to shine the spotlight on the costume design of Webster University professor and Conservatory chair, Dottie Englis. In addition to her role with Webster, since 1979 Englis has designed costumes for the Rep, which resides on Webster University's main campus.

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WINS partners at Webster Leiden

WINS Conference Welcomes Study Abroad Partners to Leiden

August 07, 2017

The Webster International Network of Schools (WINS) program conference, held at the Leiden campus July 2-5, showcased Webster's international campuses as study abroad destinations for WINS partner institutions. This year's attendance marked the highest in WINS program history, including long-standing partners such as King's College, and new partners such as Goucher College.

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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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The two events brought private and public sector leaders together discussing global innovation ecosystems, policies and opportunities.

Webster President at Innovation Summits in Brazil

July 05, 2017

President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble was in Brazil last week as a representative of higher education and Webster University at two innovation-oriented summits that brought together officials from private and public sectors to discuss innovation ecosystems and opportunities. Strobe participated in panels at both the Innovation Learning Lab at the São Paulo headquarters of the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry and the 7th Brazilian Industry Innovation Summit.

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Goucher College

Webster Welcomes Goucher College to WINS Study Abroad Network

June 29, 2017

Webster University welcomes its newest Webster International Network of Schools (WINS) member, Goucher College, an innovative liberal arts college and graduate school preparing students for 21st-century careers and global learning. A highlight of Goucher's unique liberal arts curriculum is the requirement that all undergraduates must study abroad at least once before graduation.

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Community Music School

Community Music School Student Joins Muny Orchestra

June 06, 2017

Community Music School student and recent graduate of Ladue High School, Nathan Hsu, has been offered a cello section position with The MUNY Orchestra for the summer 2017 season. Nathan started with CMS in the Suzuki program with Mary Lou Gotman and continued his cello studies with CMS faculty member, Catherine Lehr.

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Special Offer from Opera Theatre of Saint Louis

June 06, 2017

Webster University has been home to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis’s annual festival season for 42 years. As a thank you for the Webster’s important role in OTSL’s success, the company is pleased to offer Webster faculty and staff members one pair of complimentary tickets to this Friday’s performance of "The Grapes of Wrath."

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Today is Give STL Day!

May 11, 2017

One Day. One Community. Give STL Day is bringing the St. Louis community together to support and enhance local nonprofits. Show your support for Webster and the STL community, by supporting a nonprofit most meaningful to you, like our University. You can make your gift now to benefit the students we serve and to celebrate the more than 6,000 new alumni we will have after commencement this weekend!

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President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble speaks to the attendees at the Stand with Students event held on campus last week. During that symposium, Webster University was lauded as one of five universities that helps students succeed.

Webster University Provides Educational Success to Underrepresented Students, Study Says

May 02, 2017

Webster University was one of five institutions of higher education in the region lauded for offering greater educational success to students from “underrepresented populations.” The citation was made Friday during the “Stand with Students” symposium sponsored by the non-profit St. Louis Graduates and the St. Louis Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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Peter Maher represented Webster in reaching the MOU.

Partnership with Thames International College to Bring Nepalese Students to Webster

May 01, 2017

Webster University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Thames International College in Kathmandu, Nepal, which is designed to bring students from Nepal to Webster in St. Louis, and open a path for future collaboration between the two institutions. The agreement is part of a U.S. Embassy initiative responding to growing interest in U.S. education among Nepalese students.

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As a member of the CIC's Project for the Future of Independent Higher Education, President Stroble was host for the forum at Webster.

Video: Power of Liberal Arts Highlighted at CIC Workshop with Faculty, Staff

April 28, 2017

Webster University hosted some of the top educational experts in the region for the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) workshop, "Securing America’s Future: The Power of a Liberal Arts Education." The event saw university presidents from across the region bring teams of faculty and staff to learn and share best practices and to highlight the values of private institutions that are often overlooked or misunderstood. Watch a video of Webster representatives discussing the experience.

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