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Andrew Goldbranson

Remembering Andrew Goldbranson, Webster Conservatory Student

July 16, 2019

The Webster University community mourns the passing of Andrew Goldbranson, a student who was following a passion for acting and musical theatre in Webster's Conservatory of Theatre Arts. The Conservatory community has been notified and memorial services will be held July 17-18 in Darien, Illinois. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Andrew Goldbranson Memorial Scholarship Fund. This fall the Conservatory will explore an appropriate way to honor Andrew's time at Webster.

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Get discounts on career dress apparel at the Sept. 22 Suit Up event

Student Discount on Career Dress Apparel at Suit-Up Event

July 15, 2019

The Career Planning and Development Center, in partnership with JCPenney at West County Center, will host its first Suit-Up event on Sept. 22 ahead of Webster University’s Fall 2019 Career Fair. At the event, students can save up to 60 percent off select men’s and women’s career dress apparel, shoes and accessories when they use the extra 30 percent off Suit-Up coupon available at the event. Students can register for the event through Handshake.

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Library

Helping Students Succeed: Let the library, ARC help with extended site orientations

July 12, 2019

Prepare new students for success by including the Library in your orientations! Librarians are available to appear at your campus via Webnet+ to give students a brief demonstration of the resources and services available to them. Web conference can be as brief as 10 minutes, and be tailored to meet the needs of your students. Our general introduction video, How We Can Help, is also available on the library YouTube channel and homepage. The Academic Resource Center also makes such orientation available.

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Webster University in the Community Days Parade

Bee-autiful: University in Webster Groves Community Days July 4 Parade

July 10, 2019

Students and alumni joined Webster University's team in the annual Webster Groves July 4 Community Days Parade, which celebrates the national holiday in the community where Webster University was founded in 1915. Among the Webster giveaways were fans designed to help keep America “bee-autiful” with bee- and pollinator-friendly tips provided by Nicole Miller-Struttmann, the Laurance L. Browning, Jr. endowed professor in Biological Sciences.

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Learn about Webster's Counseling academic programs.

Counseling Program Online Information Sessions July 10-11

July 02, 2019

Counseling is a broad profession that focuses on many areas in the lives of individuals, families, and groups. It is the only helping profession that focuses on wellness across the lifespan, and as such is an exciting and ever-changing profession. In interactive online sessions on July 10 and 11, faculty will provide an overview of the Counseling Program at Webster University, including information about the new interactive online program.

tags: academics, faculty, counseling, online programs, students, webster today

Scholarship winners

Four Webster Students Win 2019 Press Club Scholarships

July 01, 2019

Four Webster University School of Communications students were among the 15 students who won 2019 media scholarships from the St. Louis Press Club. Emma Bright, studying film, television and video production; Aly Camacho, studying photography; Julia Peschel, studying photography; and McKenzie Magnus, a graduate student in media production, were presented with awards during a May 31 luncheon at the Missouri Athletic Club.

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NetTutor

Additional Tutoring Resources Available for All Webster Students

June 27, 2019

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is excited to announce the additional tutoring resource of online, professional tutoring through NetTutor. To use this resource, students can access any course in WorldClassRoom (Canvas) and now click on NetTutor in the left-hand menu of the course. NetTutor’s professional tutoring resources compliment the current peer tutoring resources offered through the ARC’s Tutoring Program, and students may access both programs and resources.

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Anna Grobelny

Grobelny Named to Academic All-America Track/Cross Country Team

June 26, 2019

Webster University senior Anna Grobelny has been named to the 2018-19 Division III Google Cloud Academic All-America Women's Track & Field/Cross Country Team selected by CoSIDA. She is just the fourth Webster student-athlete to earn Academic All-American honors from CoSIDA and the first since 2013. Grabelny graduated this spring with a degree in Biological Sciences and an emphasis on Research and Technology. She is one of 18 women on this year's Academic All-America Team to carry a 4.0 GPA.

tags: academics, college of arts and sciences, athletics, students, biological sciences, home page, webster life, webster today

Visit Apple's recall site to check if your 15

MacBook Pro (15 Inch) Battery Recall

June 24, 2019

Apple has announced a recall of some older generation 15-inch MacBook Pros over safety concerns that batteries could catch fire. If you are in possession of a 15-inch MacBook Pro, please visit Apple's recall site and review the information in the Eligibility section to check if your MacBook is affected. If your MacBook Pro is a Webster-owned device, please contact the IT Service Desk at x5995 or via email at support@webster.edu to place a work order.

tags: employee news, faculty, information technology, students, webster today

Community Days Parade in Webster Groves

July 4 Community Days Parade: Call for volunteers

June 12, 2019

The Office of the President invites members of the Webster University community (faculty, staff, students, alumni and their families) to participate in the City of Webster Groves’ Community Days Parade on Thursday, July 4, and represent the University in this major community event. We need both energetic walkers to hand out small items to the crowd along with six people who are able to slowly ride a decorated bike (provided) through the parade. Contact Jennifer Starkey to participate.

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CMS Summer Registration

Community Music School New Student Registration June 8-13

June 04, 2019

The Community Music School (CMS) of Webster University offers one-on-one instruction on all instruments of the band and orchestra, piano, guitar, harp and voice at three St. Louis locations. Students of all ages and ability levels can be matched with one of the 100 master music teachers during New Student Registration for the Summer semester June 8-13. The summer semester for Individual Lessons runs from June 20 through Aug. 1.

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Students discuss themes at the Global Student Leadership Summit

Students Bond, Strategize, Prepare for Action at Leadership Summit

May 30, 2019

Students from Webster campuses in Accra, Geneva, Leiden, Vienna and Webster Groves are deep into the planning for Friday's presentations on strategies to improve student experiences at each of their campuses as part of the Global Student Leadership Summit. All week they have engaged in leadership theory, inter-cultural bonding and reflections, and an issues management case study as part of this unique immersive experience that John Buck explained can only happen at Webster University.

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Grobelny and Mitric

Grobelny, Mitric Earn Google Cloud Academic All-District Honors

May 29, 2019

Webster University seniors Dimitrije Mitic (Belgrade, Serbia) and Anna Grobelny (Fenton, Missouri) were named to the 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-District 5 Teams for Men's and Women's Track/Cross Country, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). This Academic All-District Team recognizes the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances both athletically and in the classroom.

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Student leader presentations at the 2017 GSLS in Vienna

View Final Presentations for Global Student Leadership Summit

May 24, 2019

The 2019 Global Student Leadership Summit (GSLS) kicks off May 27, and the community members are invited to see students' final presentations on Friday, May 31. One of the key components of GSLS is the creation of an Action Plan by student leaders to implement at their home campuses next academic year. Through online class collaboration this spring and throughout the week of GSLS under the guidance of mentors, the students will develop and finalize these plans and present them on May 31.

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