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Last Week for Annual Benefits Enrollment; Choose by Nov. 23

Last Week for Annual Benefits Enrollment; Choose by Nov. 23

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Benefits enrollment ends Sunday, Nov. 23.  Since the benefits enrollment started last Monday, nearly 40 percent of benefit eligible employees have already enrolled and over 50 percent have accessed their online enrollment. For benefits-eligible employees yet to enroll, you will need to make an active choice by Nov. 23 on most benefits to elect or […]

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Around Webster: A&S trio on learning communities; Houk’s Williams play; Stiles on Ed Psychology; Eliceiri on religious literacy; Martin on instructional tech

Around Webster: A&S trio on learning communities; Houk’s Williams play; Stiles on Ed Psychology; Eliceiri on religious literacy; Martin on instructional tech

| November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Houk Artistic Director for Tennessee Williams Revival Carolyn Houk, School of Communications adjunct faculty member and former Conservatory of Theatre Arts student, is the artistic director for the St. Louis theatrical debut of “Stairs to the Roof,” one of St. Louis native Tennessee Williams’ […]

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Geneva Photography, Media Students Capture Museomix’s 1st Event in Switzerland

Geneva Photography, Media Students Capture Museomix’s 1st Event in Switzerland

| November 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

Webster University Geneva students in the Photography Program and the Media Department recently had a unique opportunity to play a part in expanding how museums and the community interact. The students in School of Communications programs spent three days documenting Museomix for its first event in Switzerland. Museomix encourages visitors to see museums and their […]

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Around Webster: Vonnegut’s Women of Justice Award; Williams in ‘Drawing Autism’; W. Carpenter Biography

Around Webster: Vonnegut’s Women of Justice Award; Williams in ‘Drawing Autism’; W. Carpenter Biography

| November 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Fort Bragg’s Vonnegut Receives Women of Justice Award Webster Fort Bragg faculty member Wendy Vonnegut has been selected to receive a North Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s 2014 Women of Justice Award. The award recognizes women across the state who have demonstrated leadership, integrity, service, sacrifice […]

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Webster Vienna Model UN: Diverse student body organizes international event

Webster Vienna Model UN: Diverse student body organizes international event

| November 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster Vienna Private University hosted its first Model United Nations conference, WebMUN, Oct. 18-21 providing students  opportunities to organize a major event, model the roles of political, diplomatic, business and non-governmental leaders in international relations, and cover it all from a global news media point of view. The conference was months in the making, created […]

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Discount for Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference Nov. 13-14

Discount for Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference Nov. 13-14

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University faculty and students are encouraged to take advantage of the discount to attend the Focus on Teaching and Technology conference Nov. 13-14 at University of Missouri-St. Louis. As a sponsor of the conference, Webster community members get a 50 percent discount on registration. To secure the discount code, please contact Elvir Mandzukic at elvirm31@webster.edu. […]

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Upcoming Faculty Candidate Presentations: Music Theory & Composition

Upcoming Faculty Candidate Presentations: Music Theory & Composition

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Department of Music in the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts invites faculty and staff to upcoming presentations by candidates for the position of Assistant Professor of Music Theory & Composition. Each candidate will teach a sample class and give a presentation of his work in a 50-minute session. The three candidate sessions begin […]

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GMC Project Work Request Offline Nov. 24-Feb. 2

GMC Project Work Request Offline Nov. 24-Feb. 2

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Project Work Request System will be offline beginning Monday, Nov. 24, to Monday, Feb. 2, 2015, as Global Marketing & Communications rebuilds the webpage to provide you with additional marketing resources. The plan is to make the GMC website a comprehensive resource for campus locations’ local Student Recruitment Outreach (SRO) efforts. The Creative Services […]

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In the News: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis On The Air’ Today; Jerry Mitchell Feature

In the News: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis On The Air’ Today; Jerry Mitchell Feature

| November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent and upcoming media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis on the Air’ for Media Literacy Week School of Communications professor Don Corrigan will be on St. Louis Public Radio’s  “St. Louis On The Air” with Don Marsh Monday from noon to 1 p.m., and you can listen live online. […]

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Faculty: Consider Teaching a First Year Seminar in 2015

Faculty: Consider Teaching a First Year Seminar in 2015

| November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Please consider teaching a First Year Seminar in Fall 2015! In the First Year Seminars, students discover the excitement of learning on a personal level and develop their potential for academic exploration and research. It is the first course that students take as part of the Global Citizenship Program. The seminars teach students to think […]

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