Centennial Exhibit Tours St. Louis-Area Partners, Institutions

Jul. 29, 2015

Traveling Centennial Exhibit
The Centennial Exhibit was previewed on 
campus before its regional tour began.

A special traveling Centennial Exhibit is about to make the rounds in St. Louis, turning this institutional milestone into an occasion to inform the community about how Webster University is positioned for global impact in its next century.

The exhibit was created to showcase Webster's mission, values and history in the community during this centennial year. A variety of community partners and institutions will display the exhibit on their premises throughout the second half of the year, including Union Station, BJC and World Wide Technology Soccer Park.

Before its local "tour," community members on the Webster Groves campus previewed the exhibit while it was on display in the ground floor of Loretto Hall. The interactive screen repurposes the display module used at the NAFSA conference in St. Louis in 2013, now loaded with fresh content produced by Global Marketing & Communications.

"Webster University has established a strong presence in the community. The local exhibit tour is a demonstration how the institution is globally connected yet locally committed," said Nicole Roach, associate vice president for Diversity and Inclusion and senior director for Community Engagement. "We are appreciative to have dedicated community partners demonstrate their support by providing a unique opportunity to share more of our story."

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