Saturday, April 17, 2021

Webster University over awards work-study jobs to students last year, resulting in less positions...

Work-study jobs have been cut, leaving students to seek other employment.

David Stone, director of facilities planning and management, resigns after 15 years at Webster

David Stone resigns, leaving behind him the buildings in which he helped create.

Counseling student files suit, alleges Webster dismissed him for lacking empathy

Third lawsuit of the year against the University is filed, but planned publicity stunt by plaintiff given cold shoulder by St. Louis Zoo.

Webster hires architecture firm, Sasaki Associates, to create new master plan

Boston based group will help "brand" university.

Teach for America recruits Webster students

Teach for America recruits for the first time on campus, although the Dean of Education doesn't think the program produces prepared teachers.

Acts of vandalism in West Hall

During move-in week, homosexual slurs drawn on white boards and torn down welcome banners were found.

New scholarships available for Webster students

Nearly 25 new scholarships are up for the taking for students.

Webster Groves places in CNN Money Magazine’s “Best Places” to live list

For the first time, Webster Groves makes CNN Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live" list at number 61.

Breaking News: Webster director of facilities planning confirms resignation

David Stone to end 15 years at Webster on Aug. 31.

Update: Associate professor files discrimination suit against Webster University

Legal Studies Professor Tracey McCarthy's suit alleges race, sex and disability discrimination by Webster administrators.

Debra Carpenter to step down as SOC dean

Debra Carpenter leaves her position as dean, returns to her passion.

News Briefs

Update on campus construction and car accident involving faculty.

Laura Rein, former library dean, takes on new role as University Secretary

After 16 years at Webster University, Laura Rein leaves the library and steps into her new position as University Secretary.

Webster’s appeal to dismiss David Garafola case denied

Webster University was denied the dismissal of the case of David Garafola, who filed a lawsuit against the university.

Gary Gottlieb resigns from audio department

Gary Gottlieb, the chair of the newly established audio department, resigns after only three months of having the position

Volunteer Group Remembers Professor Sakurai

A group of Webster volunteers held hands and bowed their heads in a circle in the St. Peter and Paul kitchen on Monday, June...