Monday, November 28, 2022

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.

ISB construction to begin this month

Crews will begin preparing for construction on the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB) later this month, according to a March 16 Webster University news release. The university expects construction on the estimated $44 million project to finish in 2017.

Updated: Campus closes for many after Thanksgiving break

An email sent to students said most classes will move to remote format after the break. Webster University will be shifting most of its...

Simone Cummings named business school dean

Cummings is currently an associate professor and associate dean of Academic Quality Assurance at the Walker School of Business. She has been employed at Webster since 2013.

New CFO’s tenure begins as Webster looks to combat budget issues

On January 15, former chief financial officer Greg Gunderson left the university to become Park University’s president, leaving his position vacant. Former interim Chief Financial OfficerDoug Anderson led the office while a search committee sought a new candidate.

Webster flip-flops on sexual assault prevention course

Completion of the online Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training Course will remain a requirement of all incoming students to Webster campuses this year. In April, The...

100 employers to visit Career and Internship Fair Oct. 1

Webster will host 100 potential employers at the Career and Internship Fair beginning at 1:00 p.m. Oct. 1 in the University Center Gym.

ISB construction creates woes for Pearson

Students in the Pearson House have turned the "unbearable" construction noise into a running joke. If an air horn goes off, they take it as a sign of agreement from the construction workers.

Audio Engineering Society hosts free concert series

The Audio Engineering Society (AES) held its first concert of the fall semester on Friday, Sept. 30. Performers included Tryptamind, Skunk and headliner Blond...

Webster AAAC presents list of racial issues to administration, threatens protest

The Association for African American Collegians (AAAC) brought a list of 19 demands to the attention of President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster. AAAC members said the demands are a result of racial problems at Webster University.

Jason Kander makes case to fellow ‘millennials’ during Webster visit

Current Missouri Secretary of State and Democratic nominee for senate Kander spoke at the Winifred Moore Auditorium Tuesday. According to Kander, who is 35, he is the first millennial to be elected to statewide office in the U.S.

Webster remembers Andrew Goldbranson

Friends of Conservatory student Andrew Goldbranson reflect on his life three months after his death. Sophomore Meghan Storts said she can still feel the warmth...