8/17/17 - Adjunct Faculty Development Funds Application Process
Applications Now Being Accepted For Adjunct Faculty Development Fund
The application process is underway for the Adjunct Faculty Development Fund, a program introduced by the Office of the Provost in Spring 2016 to support professional development, professional travel and research opportunities for Webster University (United States) adjunct faculty.
Visit here for more information about the application process. Please note that funding requests should be for the period June 1, 2017 to May 31, 2018.
Deadline for applications is Friday, September 15.
For more information, please contact Rita Smith, director of Academic Resources and Planning in the Office of Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 314-246-6914.Read More >
It’s Here! Learn How To Use Office 365 Email and Shared Calendar Functions.
During the weekend of July 15-16th, 2017, your email will be transitioned to the NEW Office 365 Email & Calendar at Webster University. You can access your email by following these step-by-step instructions.Read More >
7/11/17 Adjunct News
Travel Ban Information; Three Films By Adjunct Filmmaker Featured In the St. Louis Filmmaker’s Showcase, July 16; Associate Dean Named For School of Communications
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Don’t Forget To Fill Out Your Adjunct Survey – DUE Friday, May 19
As part of our ongoing efforts to engage our St. Louis adjunct faculty and improve and enhance the teaching experience, we introduced an online survey with 12 (brief) questions on Tuesday, May 9.
The survey will close on Friday, May 19, please take a moment to fill it out and tell us what you think!
Link to the surveyRead More >
5/9/17 - A Message from the President and Provost
Feedback is essential within any organization, and Webster University is no different. It can help identify challenges, recognize successes, and surface worthwhile suggestions.
For these reasons, we encourage you to share your thoughts about your teaching experience as an on ground and/or online adjunct faculty member in the St. Louis area.Read More >
5/5/17 - Office of Academic Affairs’ Focus on Academics Newsletter Now Available
The newsletter, which can be found online here, covers a variety of topics, including the following:
- Preparations now underway for Webster University’s upcoming reaccreditation visit by the Higher Learning Commission.
- Registration for the Global Citizenship Collaboratory is now open. With a theme of “Evidence in Action,” the event will be held May 23-24 in the East Academic Building. Registration closes on May 19.
- Provost’s 2017-18 Faculty Fellows announced.
- Faculty Grants and Office of Research updates
- Trends and best practices in higher education.
Don’t forget to read the publication in its entirety here.Read More >
4/24/17 - Adjunct News
Webster University Board of Trustees Elects New Leadership; Chance Encounter With Adjunct Leads To “Hamilton” Job For One Webster Alum.Read More >
4/21/17 - Surveys Give Webster High Marks for Online Academic Programs and Social Mobility
The world is taking note of Webster University! Two recent studies ranked Webster as one of America’s best for online programming and for social mobility.
A recent study by AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org found that the university offers the best online programming for those who live in Missouri and who are pursuing a bachelor’s or a master’s degree online. Nationally, the school ranks sixth among the more than 1,400 programs evaluated, behind such academic powerhouses as the University of Wisconsin, Harvard University and University of Southern California.Read More >
4/12/17 - Graduation Questions?
Find out how to learn about your college or school’s graduation plans in this week’s news summary.Read More >
4/7/17 - Adjunct News
This week’s news items cover a survey on whether the Webster Groves Campus should be smoke free; in addition event information on commencement (May 13) and the School of Education’s annual conference, “Equity in Education: Social Justice,” which starts tomorrow are also included.Read More >