Tag: School of Education

School of Education Offers New Doctoral Program, Information Session March 16

School of Education Offers New Doctoral Program, Information Session March 16

| March 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

A new doctoral program in education has been launched by Webster’s School of Education. The new Doctor of Education (EdD) in Transformative Learning in the Global Community will begin June 2015 at the home campus in St. Louis. This doctorate is designed for individuals who are seasoned scholars, with two master’s degrees (or equivalent) or […]

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Around Webster: Green’s Trio grant; Sharp’s adjunct role; Kleinman on musical brain; Cuille on WWI

Around Webster: Green’s Trio grant; Sharp’s adjunct role; Kleinman on musical brain; Cuille on WWI

| March 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments for members of the Webster University community include:  Walker School Selects Sharp for Adjunct Administrator Role Lori Sharp has been named the Adjunct Faculty Administrator for the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology. The position supports the Walker School’s strategy to “build structure and processes to attract, retain, […]

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Applied Educational Psychology Program Researches Response to Ferguson in the Classroom

Applied Educational Psychology Program Researches Response to Ferguson in the Classroom

| March 3, 2015 | 3 Comments

Media outlets from around the world descended on Ferguson in 2014 covering the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting and putting St. Louis in a global spotlight. News stories focused on the facts and rumors of the case, the effect on businesses, racial history of the area, civil rights and the response of law enforcement. […]

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10 New Graduate Certificate Programs Reflect Changes in Society, Careers

10 New Graduate Certificate Programs Reflect Changes in Society, Careers

| February 27, 2015 | 1 Comment

Webster University is launching 10 new certificate programs for adults with college degrees who seek additional training to advance in their careers. The new programs reflect recent changes in society, from technological advancements to shifting demographics in many communities. The certificates are designed to be stand-alone or a stepping-stone to an advanced degree. They are […]

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Video: Future Teachers Experience Music Education Program

Video: Future Teachers Experience Music Education Program

| February 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Know a prospective student interested in music education? Check out the video featuring the Music Education program at Webster University, created by Global Marketing & Communications in coordination with the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts and the School of Education. The BM in Education degree leads to certification from the State of Missouri to […]

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Education Faculty Member Awarded Fulbright for Uruguay ESL Project in 2016

Education Faculty Member Awarded Fulbright for Uruguay ESL Project in 2016

| January 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Webster University faculty member DJ Kaiser has been awarded a Fulbright grant for a project in Uruguay in 2016. Kaiser, assistant professor and coordinator of Teaching English as a Second Language in the School of Education, will assist the Ceibal en Inglés (Ceibal English project), a program delivered by the British Council that forms part of […]

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Lee-Johnson Scholarship for Immigrant and Refugee Women Established

Lee-Johnson Scholarship for Immigrant and Refugee Women Established

| December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Yin Lam Lee-Johnson, assistant professor in Teaching English as a Second Language in the School of Education, established the Lee-Johnson Scholarship for Immigrant and Refugee Women in 2014 to help female students who originate from countries other than the U.S. The $1,000 scholarship aims to help immigrant and refugee women recognize the transformative power of […]

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Around Webster: Teeter ‘Lucky to be Me’; Cosic wins RAC fellowship; Alumni Emerson teaching awards; Howes’ business book

Around Webster: Teeter ‘Lucky to be Me’; Cosic wins RAC fellowship; Alumni Emerson teaching awards; Howes’ business book

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Teeter Brings ‘Lucky To Be Me’ Back Nov. 22 Conservatory of Theater Arts faculty member and renowned musical theatre performer Lara Teeter reprises his cabaret performance of Lucky To Be Me at the Gaslight Theatre Saturday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. After taking it to […]

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Snapshot: CARE ‘Ideas and Insights’ Series Writing Workshop, Recruitment Event

Snapshot: CARE ‘Ideas and Insights’ Series Writing Workshop, Recruitment Event

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

“Writing with Skill and Imagination,” the first workshop in the Ideas and Insights series planned by School of Education faculty and staff in the Communication Arts, Reading and Early Childhood (CARE) Department, was presented on Saturday, Nov. 8, in the Library Conference Room. This event was designed by Tom Cornell, Communication Arts coordinator, and Phyllis […]

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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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