Retirement Reception for Office of Institutional Effectiveness’ Donna Biolchini Jan. 29

| January 14, 2015
Donna Biolchini is retiring after more than 26 years of service at Webster.

Donna Biolchini is retiring after more than 26 years of service at Webster.

The Webster University Office of Institutional Effectiveness staff invites the Webster community to join in celebrating data reporting manager Donna Biolchini, who is retiring after more than 26 years of service at Webster.

Biolchini began at Webster in 1988 as a trainer in Information Technology, instructing faculty, staff and students on how to use computers. Her other roles at the University have included assistant director of Microcomputer Resource Center and director of Academic Computing Services.

She later joined the Office of Assessment in 2007, managing student data retrieval and analysis for the University, before the department merged with Institutional Research in 2010, becoming the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

The farewell get-together will be held on Thursday, Jan. 29, from 3-4:30 p.m. in Loretto Hall, room 402. Please stop by and wish her well!

Submitted by Julie Weissman, director of Institutional Effectiveness

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  1. Tamara says:

    OMG!! I’m so surprised to hear that you’re retiring.
    I will miss you, Donna. I enjoyed all of our talks
    over the years. Have a wonderful retirement.

  2. Donna, It has been such a pleasure to work with you over the years! What amazing contributions you have made to Webster University!! We will miss you!! May the future bring you much happiness and memorable experiences! Wishing you many blessings — Kathy