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To Our Adjunct Faculty:

Welcome to websteradunctinfo.org! This website is intended to be a “go to” resource to help our adjunct colleagues stay up-to-date with what’s happening at Webster University and introduce you to the many tools and resources available.

As a distinguished member of our adjunct faculty, we recognize the vital role you play in delivering a world-class academic experience for our students. Everyday you bring our University’s mission to life for students in your classroom.

Our Mission: Webster University, a worldwide institution, ensures high quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.

Our Core Values: Students – Learning – Diversity - Global Citizenship

As you familiarize yourself with our mission and all that Webster University has to offer, we also encourage you to also take a look at our Vision Statement and our Core Values in their entirety. These principles will help guide us as we deliver the global academic experience our students expect from Webster University.

Finally, let us hear from you! Please use this website to submit questions, comments, or suggestions. We will respond to them in a timely fashion.

Enjoy your teaching experience!



Latest Updates & Information


Learn More About the Following Upcoming Events and Activities at Webster University

  • Don’t miss Spring Convocation (Jan. 11 at 1 p.m) or the Adjunct Town Hall Meetings (Jan. 25 and Jan. 31).
  • Chess Team Takes National Tournament
  • Seminar Brings Webster University Students Into the Webster Groves Community.
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12/19/17 - Adjunct News

  • Grading: Incompletes Know When To Use It
  • Town Hall Meetings: Dates & Times Announced
  • Urban League’s McMillan Named Commencement Speaker

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Happy Holidays from Webster University!

As we reflect on 2017 and anticipate 2018, we asked our Webster University community of faculty, staff and students: What’s your wish for the world?

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12/13/17 - Latest Adjunct Faculty News & Information

  • Kemper Award Nominations Being Sought
  • School Ed’s Fyfe to Retire
  • New Dean of Libraries Named
  • Key Year- and Semester-End Dates
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12/1/17 - Adjunct News

Key End-Of Semester Dates; Faculty Research Symposium Seeking Proposals & Kemper Speaker Announced, Along with Other News

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11/15/17 - Take A Look At This Week’s Headlines:

  • Upcoming Faculty Professional Development Seminars
  • Update on Sverdrup Construction & Renovations
  • Tips for Finals Prep
  • Novelist Curtis Sittenfeld To Visit Webster University
  • The Conservatory of Theater Arts At Webster University To Present “As You Like It”
  • Video of Sidney Blumenthal’s Remarks Available

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11/3/17 - Latest News & Information for Our Adjunct Faculty: Lots Going On Next Week

  • Political Counselor and Author Sidney Blumenthal to Visit Webster Groves Campus
  • School of Communications Career Week Begins
  • Academic Resource Center (ARC) Hosts Info Table

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Take a look at this week’s headlines…

  • Browning Hall Dedication Highlights and Virtual Tour
  • U.S. News & World Report Gives Webster High Marks
  • Interim ADA Coordinator Named

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Browning Hall Dedication & Symposium Thursday; New Adjunct Resources and Upcoming Deadlines

Today’s post covers the following: Browning Hall (Interdisciplinary Science Bldg.) Dedication & Academic Symposium Thursday; Student Success Portal Now Available; Travel Tips For Int’l Travelers; Important Deadlines: Guidance For Incompletes & Software Ordering.

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Title IX & Misconduct Statement; Human Rights Conference; Broeder Named Global Leadership Academy Director

Many in the Webster University community have expressed concern about recent federal directives on handling reports/complaints of sexual assaults. In a statement issued to the Webster Community, President Beth Stroble, Provost Julian Schuster and Chief Human Resources Officer and Title IX Coordinator Betsy Schmutz reaffirmed the University’s commitment to maintaining a safe learning and working environment free of discrimination, harassment, sexual violence, and other misconduct. Moreover, they also said the university will continue to provide education aimed at prevention of sexual misconduct and strive to have a fair and equitable process for addressing complaints of sexual violence or misconduct.

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