Friday, October 22, 2021

Conference talks privilege, identity

Panels at Webster's Critical Conversations conference covered topics from gender to age to veterans' issues.

Webster issues statement of support for transgender students

Students chalked messages of support for transgender people on the Webster quad shortly after the statement was made.

Former head of Webster’s Confucius Institute allegedly embezzled more than $380,000 from project

Deborah Pierce’s indictment was announced today in a press release from Eastern District of Missouri office of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).

Graduate enrollment falls for second year, possible shortfall on horizon

Webster University faces another decline in graduate enrollment. If the trend does not reverse in the spring semester, the university could see a sixth consecutive budget shortfall in 2017.

Webster graduate student-employee Chorsie Martin found dead in Glen Park apartment

Media Center employee and Webster student Chorsie Martin was found dead in his Glen Park Apartment Thursday morning after not being heard from since last Friday.

INTERACTIVE: Tax documents reveal President, Provost and SPICE coach received bonuses and raises in...

President Elizabeth Stroble, Provost Julian Schuster and Webster Chess Coach Susan Polgar received nearly $170,500 in bonuses during the 2014 Calendar Year (CY), university tax documents revealed. Stroble and Schuster also received raises to their base salary compared to the CY13.

Five instructor positions to be discontinued, redefined

Instructors in Webster University’s College of Arts and Sciences were notified that their positions would be redefined and put on a one-year hiatus while the university evaluates the appropriate use of the instructor title, according to a university statement.

ISB contruction brings parking woes for students

The parking spaces and walkways between the East Academic Building and the Pearson and H. Sam Priest houses is now fenced off as construction of the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB) begins.

ISB construction begins March 30, final estimated cost announced

Workers will begin staking the site and preparing the ground for the Interdisciplinary Science Building’s (ISB) construction Thursday.

AAAC presents list of demands to administration, demands action taken against ‘systematic racism’ at...

The Association of African American Collegians presented a list of demands to Webster University administration to combat 'systematic racism' at Webster.

Administration to address lack of jobs at Delegates’ response

The administration is set to respond to the Delegates' on many issues, one of which is a lack of student budget jobs on campus

Broeder, Stimpfl to fill in for Wilson

Wilson’s resignation left the dean position for the College of Arts and Sciences vacant. A void that is now temporarily filled by two faculty members of the college; Jenny Broeder and Joseph Stimpfl.

Adjuncts officially file to hold union vote

They have filed with the National Labor Relations Board. Now, Webster adjuncts will work toward holding a vote to determine if they will be represented by a union.