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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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Donor Count Tripled for #GivingTuesday in Support of Webster Students

December 10, 2019

Thanks to generous donors, Webster University raised nearly $22,000 on #GivingTuesday Dec. 3to support our mission of delivering an extraordinary education one student at a time. "The generous outpouring of support from so many of Webster's alumni, faculty, staff and friends for our students is truly heartwarming," said Kelly Dopman, director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund in the Office of Advancement.

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Back to Back Wins: Webster students again take first place in Chevy College Marketing Program Competition

December 09, 2019

On Dec. 3, the ADVT 3150 Digital Marketing class won the Chevy College Marketing Program competition for the second year in a row. The class competed against two teams from Lindenwood University and one team from UMSL. The judging panel of approximately 15 comprised representatives from top local Chevy dealers and agency personnel representing the local Chevy dealers.

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CHINA Town Hall: The evolving U.S.-China relationship

December 06, 2019

The Confucius Institute at Webster University (WUCI) and the World Affairs Council of St. Louis (WACSTL) co-hosted the CHINA Town Hall on Nov. 18 at the Gateway Campus. Students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered in the auditorium to view a live webcast discussion on US-China relations. Following the nation-wide broadcast was an in-person panel of local experts from universities around the area who dissected the webcast and provided their own commentary on issues raised.

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