Archive for June, 2014

[Video] In the News: Webster’s Gateway Campus Makes Waves for Downtown St. Louis

[Video] In the News: Webster’s Gateway Campus Makes Waves for Downtown St. Louis

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University’s announcement that it had partnered with Dominium Development to expand its downtown presence into the historic Arcade Building dominated local news coverage on Tuesday and Wednesday, continuing on to Friday morning: The St. Louis Business Journal ran two stories, with the breaking news story Tuesday and follow-up coverage on financing on Wednesday. The […]

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Diefenbacher to Colorado, will Coordinate Programs in Education for Global Sustainability

Diefenbacher to Colorado, will Coordinate Programs in Education for Global Sustainability

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

The School of Education wishes Lori Diefenbacher a fond farewell as she leaves her full-time position with Webster University in St. Louis due to a recent move to Denver, Colorado, to be closer to family. She has recently accepted a full-time position with Metro State University as an individualized degree specialist. We are pleased to […]

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Around Webster: Ormond’s 3D; Falconer’s STL American Award; Burbank’s Orlando Keynote; Hopkins Honors; Crite in Greenville

Around Webster: Ormond’s 3D; Falconer’s STL American Award; Burbank’s Orlando Keynote; Hopkins Honors; Crite in Greenville

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and honors for Webster University community members include: Ormond’s 3D Project School of Communications associate professor Rebecca Ormond‘s sabbatical project is featured on the Lafayette Square blog: Lafayette Square in 3D: You won’t want to miss this one of a kind experience at the Daven Anderson gallery at 1410 S. 18th Street. Special […]

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Snapshots: Online Student Stationed in Korea Attends Memphis Graduation

Snapshots: Online Student Stationed in Korea Attends Memphis Graduation

| June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

On May 30, Webster University at the Memphis Naval Support Activity Mid-South participated in the Navy College Combined Commencement Ceremony. The ceremony was held at Crosspointe Baptist Church in Millington, Tennessee. Jim Meadows, of Webster’s Office of Military Affairs, was present as special guest and to confer degrees. Brad Dotson, an honors student, Delta Mu […]

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Grand Opening: New Columbia Location Responds to Growing S.C. Market

Grand Opening: New Columbia Location Responds to Growing S.C. Market

| June 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University celebrated the grand opening of the new location for the Columbia Metropolitan Campus with a “Business After Hours” and ribbon-cutting event on May 20. The new campus, which is located off of I-77 in one of the fastest growing sections of town, features high-speed wireless internet access throughout the campus, modern classroom space […]

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Webster University ‘Gateway Campus’ to Anchor Arcade Building in Historic Old Post Office Square Redevelopment

Webster University ‘Gateway Campus’ to Anchor Arcade Building in Historic Old Post Office Square Redevelopment

| June 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Expansion will increase access, complete 20-year effort to redevelop Old Post Office Square Webster University announced a partnership with lead developer Dominium Development and multiple commercial enterprises to complete the final piece of the Old Post Office Square redevelopment in downtown St. Louis, with Webster serving as the anchor tenant of a $116 million renovation […]

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Walker School Summer Seminars Offer Fresh Perspectives in One-Credit Courses

Walker School Summer Seminars Offer Fresh Perspectives in One-Credit Courses

| June 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

This summer, the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology is offering a professional development seminar series focused on critical issues of our day. From cybersecurity to networking, social media, nonprofit management, global entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility and more, these accelerated seminars are structured to provide fresh perspective and relevant insight that informs students’ leadership […]

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Technology-Supported Physical Activity: Participants Sought for University-Sponsored Research Study

Technology-Supported Physical Activity: Participants Sought for University-Sponsored Research Study

| June 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Are you looking to get active this summer? Would you like to participate in a research study and be compensated for your time? The Lifespan Wellness Lab at Webster University continues to seek participants for a project examining the potential of technology to support physical activity goals. Participation Requirements Participants must be female, Webster University […]

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Mary Ann Lee Plaza and Garden Avenue Plaza Maintenance June 4

Mary Ann Lee Plaza and Garden Avenue Plaza Maintenance June 4

| June 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Facilities Planning and Management will be replacing some of the plantings at the Mary Ann Lee and Garden Avenue Plazas on Wednesday, June 4. The center of Parking Lot L North will be blocked off for the nursery vehicles. If you have any questions, call Jim Ward at 314-246-7481.

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