Archive for July, 2015

Kyle McCool Named Director of Graduate Academic Advising

Kyle McCool Named Director of Graduate Academic Advising

| July 6, 2015 | 1 Comment

The Office of Academic Affairs announces that Kyle McCool has been named director of Graduate Academic Advising. McCool will join Webster on Aug. 10. McCool comes to Webster from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), where she served for more than four years as director of Undergraduate Programs and Student Services for the School of Public […]

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Candidate Forums July 7, 8, 9: AVP – Academic Affairs, U.S. Extended Campuses

Candidate Forums July 7, 8, 9: AVP – Academic Affairs, U.S. Extended Campuses

| July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Office of Academic Affairs will host candidate interviews for the position of Associate Vice President for Office of Academic Affairs, Extended U.S. Campuses, at the home campus July 7, 8 and July 9. This position carries responsibility and oversight of the extended U.S. metropolitan campuses as well as leadership activities within the Office of […]

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Webster International Friendship Program Applications Due Sept. 2

Webster International Friendship Program Applications Due Sept. 2

| July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Are you interested in learning more about cultures where our students call home? Are you available for a few weekends or evenings a semester to share your culture with our international students? Join us for the Webster International Friendship Program by submitting your application to be a community friend today! Applications are due Sept. 2. […]

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Planned Power Outage in University Center July 11

Planned Power Outage in University Center July 11

| July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

On Saturday, July 11, the contractor will be preparing the transformer at the University Center for the changeover to the electrical customer substation. The building will not be accessible to faculty, staff, or students. How Staff in University Center Should Prepare To prepare for the work, the occupants of the University Center need to turn […]

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Webster Launches ‘Glimpse’ Digital Alumni Publication

Webster Launches ‘Glimpse’ Digital Alumni Publication

| July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Alumni Relations department has launched Glimpse, a new digital publication for Webster University alumni. Glimpse’s online, interactive format offers important advantages over print. Not only are digital publications more environmentally friendly and economical than print, but they also allow slideshows, video and enhanced content to be included in stories. In addition, they allow for […]

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Over 100 Pieces of Public Art in Emerson Library

Over 100 Pieces of Public Art in Emerson Library

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

The artwork in Emerson Library now numbers over 100 pieces and features paintings, drawings, sculptures, etchings, posters and more, which have been selected from the University’s extensive art collection and installed by the Department of Art, Design and Art History and the university’s Public Art Council. A recent installation includes a unique fundraising  chair designed […]

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Recruiting Visit Shows Students Expanding Accounting Firm

Recruiting Visit Shows Students Expanding Accounting Firm

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

This month Webster University students received a firsthand look at a growing accounting firm in the midst of a merger. On Thursday, June 25, several students attended the BDO (formally Stone Carlie) Open House and Recruiting Event, which featured Q & A with partners, recruiters and associates, tour of the newly renovated offices, lunch at […]

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Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Webster Vienna was recently host to a presentation by distinguished New York Times-bestseller author Michael Klare, “Climate, Geography, and Technology: the Changing Parameters of Energy Security.” Klare has written extensively about the changing nature of energy security. Originally, the term “energy security” referred to the protection of oil deliveries from supplier nations to consumer nations, […]

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In Bulgaria, Davis Conducts Pleven Philharmonic

In Bulgaria, Davis Conducts Pleven Philharmonic

| July 1, 2015 | 1 Comment

Paul Davis, associate professor of Music in Webster University’s Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, is completing a two-week residency working with the Pleven Philharmonic Orchestra of Bulgaria.  The government-sponsored orchestra presents weekly concerts with guest conductors. Davis is part of a diverse group of international conductors presenting two concerts at the end of the […]

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