Sunday, January 16, 2022

Webster Students Research Bees and the Community Through Shutterbee

If you live in St. Louis and have a backyard (or access to a local park), you can become a citizen scientist. By Charlotte...

Webster interviews three candidates for VP of Information Technology position

Presenting their five-year plans for Webster, candidates apply to lead the school in Information Technology.

RAs terminated after 10-day investigation

Fletcher Bohne, Chris Robinson and Tony Burgesen were Residential Assistants in West Hall. John Buck, associate dean of students and director of Housing and Residential Life, informed them they would no longer be employed at Webster University. Buck presented each student with a letter documenting the schools official decision as the result of a 10-day investigation conducted by Housing and Residential Life.

Mexican-American activist fights for immigrant workers rights

Alejandra Juarez, spoke on Nov. 10 to Webster students about the hardships immigrants endure in the U.S.

BREAKING: Recent Webster graduate dies from COVID-19

Mohammad Ahmad Zain, a 2019 graduate of the Walker School of Business and Technology, passed away on April 1. A recent Webster graduate, Mohammad Ahmad...

Visas and employment prove to be obstacles for international students

Students deal with a deadline in order to stay in the country after graduation.

Professor Don Corrigan releases new environmental book

sity Professor Don Corrigan released his book, “Environmental Missouri Issues and Sustainability — What You Need to Know.”

United States moves to dismiss federal complaint against Webster University

The complaint alleges the university committed fraud and could have cost the university upwards of $75 million.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference has record-breaking year

The sixth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference welcomed keynote speakers Charlotte Clymer and Patrisse Cullors and also had 15 student speakers. Webster hosted its...

Vice chair of the board of trustees dies

Story by Kenya Rosabal Jack Galmiche will be remembered by students and faculty after years of service to Webster's School of Communications. John “Jack” Galmiche III committed...

Students rally around instructors, plan for possible protest

Correction: In the article "Students rally around instructors, plan for possible protest, The Journal states eight professors were terminated from the university. That is...

Full-time students double work load with full-time jobs

A new study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce reports that students are working an average of 30 hours a week. The research also revealed that these are not just typical hours for Finch, but also undergraduate students across the country and at Webster University.

Justin Bitner named as head of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness

Bitner's office will take the lead on Webster's 2018 reaccreditation process.

Thai campus implements improvements

Administrators listen to students concerns on infrastructure, put forward renovation of campus

Former Webster president to retire from California graduate school

Former Webster University President Richard Meyers announced his plans to retire as president of Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California on Nov. 8, 2012.

Expert says unrest expected post-presidental election

Before Nov. 3, some Americans worried about Election Day violence and unrest. Webster professor Kelly-Kate Pease discussed these concerns and the likelihood of violence. It’s...

Webster University counseling program receives CACREP accreditation

Webster University counseling program receives CACREP accreditation. This accreditation makes Webster University the only private university in Missouri with CACREP recognition.