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Spring Study Abroad Fair, Jan. 29

January 17, 2020

It's your world explore it! The Office of Study Abroad will be hosting its Spring Study Abroad Fair. Come learn how to study abroad at the Study Abroad Fair on Jan. 29 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in Sunnen Lounge. The fair will feature information on Webster’s international campuses, international partner and exchange programs as well as faculty-led opportunities.

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D&I 2020

Students: Share your art at the Diversity & Inclusion Conference

January 16, 2020

The SGA Diversity and Inclusion Committee invite students to submit their art to be exhibited on campus at the 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Conference. Art submissions are due no later than Feb. 14. The submission must include a written explanation (maximum 250 words) on how or why your art exemplifies the theme “Seeing Humanity.”

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Gorlok Greats Award Nominations, Now Open

January 15, 2020

The Webster Staff Alliance (WSA) encourages all faculty, staff, and students to submit nominations to help recognize the outstanding work of Webster University staff members. The Gorlok Greats Award was created by the WSA to help recognize staff members whose achievements, whether an individual act or sustained effort of exemplary service, relate to Webster University strategies and support the University’s values and mission. The nomination period runs from Jan. 15 through Mar. 1.

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'Ink Drawings from Other Places' Opens at Arcade Gallery Jan. 17

January 15, 2020

Join the Department of Art, Design & Art History (DADAH) at the Arcade Contemporary Art Projects Annex Gallery on Friday, Jan. 17 from 6-8 p.m. for the opening reception of "Grant Hargate: Ink Drawings from Other Places." While there, attendees have the opportunity to attend the closing reception of the "Art is Labor" exhibit.

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Webster Uzbekistan Welcomes New Students at Spring Orientation

January 13, 2020

Webster University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, greeted its first Spring cohorts, welcoming approximately 70 undergraduate students at the final registration process on Jan. 10. Graduate orientation was held on Jan. 6 in the evening. The ten new MBA students had the opportunity to meet Webster staff and campus leadership, as well as learn more about the university's values and academics.

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The training was developed in consultation with SafeColleges, which administers an online training platform addressing critical issues like Title IX compliance.

Mandatory Title IX Training: All Students, Employees to complete by Feb. 21

January 13, 2020

Title IX awareness and compliance training is required for all Webster all students, faculty and staff at all campus locations and will launch on Tuesday, Jan. 21. The Title IX Office will allow participants 30 days to complete the required training. All students, faculty and staff are expected to complete the training by Friday, Feb. 21.

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Webster Launches New Chapter for BBB National Biological Honor Society

January 10, 2020

Webster University was evaluated and accepted for a new chapter of the Beta Beta Beta (BBB) National Biological Honor Society, also known as TriBeta. This is an honor society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

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Academic Resource Center Sees Increased Use of Key Services

January 07, 2020

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers a variety of services that are an excellent resource for students and faculty alike. Between the Fall 2018 and 2019 semesters, data has shown an increase in the usage of a variety of services. To ensure faculty members continue to get the most out of the center, there are resources available to help deepen their knowledge and even bring ARC staff to the classroom and share with students.

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Fiordimondo Selected to Represent Webster Students On Keep Me In College Coalition

January 06, 2020

Mia Fiordimondo has been selected to represent Webster students on the statewide Keep Me In College student coalition. The Keep Me In College (KMIC) coalition is a Missouri nonprofit organization working to keep members of the Missouri legislature informed of the importance and the real-life impact of student aid programs including Bright Flight, Access Missouri and Pell grants. Each year, students are selected from Missouri’s independent, nonprofit colleges to help amplify the voices of their peers before members of the Missouri legislature.

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Busy December for Chamber Singers, Including 'Home Alone' Screening with STL Symphony

December 11, 2019

The Webster University Chamber Singers, the flagship choral ensemble in the Department of Music, performed the Vivaldi Gloria concert on Dec. 7, and joined the Bach Society on Dec. 10 at Powell Hall for the annual Bach Society holiday concert. Members of the Webster choirs Aurelia and Chorale finish the fall 2019 semester with two performances along with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra in the live screening of the 1990 holiday classic "Home Alone," complete with John Williams’ whimsical score, at Powell Hall on Friday, Dec. 20, and Saturday, Dec. 21.

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The training was developed in consultation with SafeColleges, which administers an online training platform addressing critical issues like Title IX compliance.

Mandatory Title IX Training for All Students, Employees

December 11, 2019

Webster University has prepared new training in Title IX awareness and compliance, which will be required for all students, faculty and staff beginning on Jan. 21, 2020. The training was developed this fall by Webster’s Title IX Office in consultation with SafeColleges. Federal regulation compliance requires community education. This training aligns with that requirement while communicating Webster’s belief in the importance of informed, healthy interactions among students, faculty and staff.

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