Wednesday, December 8, 2021

More than $1 million worth of grants awarded to Webster aimed to lure new...

Two federal grants will help Webster attract transfer students and promote faculty research.

Webster hosts first Diversity and Inclusion conference

The President’s Office and The Departments of Diversity and Inclusion and Community Engagement presented The Critical Conversations Conference on Feb. 29-March 1. The Conference featured nationally recognized leaders in diversity and inclusion and several panel discussions promoting equality among administration, faculty and students in an ever-changing world.

Alumni mentorship program grows

The Webster University Mentoring Program has doubled in size in its second year of existence, according to Webster Today, Webster University’s blog. The mentoring...

The heroic life and traumatic death of Tom Palozola

Tom was thought of as the strong one. The one who was the rock for everyone around him. Tom Palozola committed suicide after a battle with post-traumatic stress disorder. This is his story.

SGA candidates running for 2018-19

Webster released the list of candidates for the 2018-2019 academic year

Webster SPICE member and chess grandmaster charged with child endangerment

Chess Grandmaster and Webster Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence (SPICE) team member Andre Diamant has been accused by police of paying his 6-year-old to drink with him after a chess tournament victory in August

City Council extends public hearing for institutions, specific information only

After a nearly month-long break from holding public hearings concerning educational rezoning ordinance 8851, the Webster Groves city council opened up the public hearing...

Webster implements Preferred Name Policy

Transgender student Kaden Grossman said he once feared teachers outing him during roll call. Now he can control which name appears on the roster. Kaden...

Music education freshmen reflect on first month of college

Online and hybrid classes - along with restrictions on gatherings - have made the first-year experience for current music education freshman different from years...

University implements changes after game design allegations

The university now seeks new game design faculty after 13 students and former faculty released statements alleging a former professor of professional misconduct.  Senior Nicholas...

Webster’s nationally-recognized ad taken down, replaced

Despite the attention and accolades it received, Webster has taken down their "Our Top Recruits Are Chess Players" billboard and replaced it with a new advertisement.

Webster rises six places in national college ranking

U.S. News & World Report ranked Webster based on on fifteen indicators including student outcomes, expert opinions and faculty resources. By Vanessa Jones U.S. News &World...

Provost says new business plan, programs will lead Webster to a balanced budget in...

Three straight years of budget shortfalls have caused the university to rethink their business model and look toward building a Webster of the future.

New Webster office aims to attract grant funding

The office will fall under the umbrella of the Provost’s Office and work closely with Academic Affairs. Webster has already seen recent success in attracted grants; the university was recently awarded more than $1 million in two grants aimed at promoting science education and research.

Palozola’s legacy continues with the Zola Initiative

Tom Palozola had a passion for helping veterans in their fight against PTSD. In the wake of his death, the Zola Initiative was launched to honor his legacy and passion.

Students remember literature professor David Clewell

David Clewell had taught at Webster for 35 years, and he left a lasting impact on students like Nick Miller. Nick Miller, Webster sophomore,...