Travel Ban Ruling By Supreme Court Creates Questions
University students or staff who are foreign nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen at Webster University and residing in the U.S. may want to
book mark this web page and refrain from traveling abroad, if possible.
The University’s legal counsel has advised that the Supreme Court’s ruling appears to include exemptions for foreign nationals from these countries with “close familial relationships” in the United States, or those with a working relationship with a U.S. entity like Webster University. However, circumstances can change and may change quickly.
The University will continue to provide updates and information as needed in the weeks and months ahead. Additional clarifications and information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security may be provided, but it is currently recommended that foreign nationals from these countries avoid international travel.
Films By St. Louis Adjunct Added to St. Louis Filmmaker’s Showcase, July 16
Zlatko Ćosić, a video artist and adjunct faculty member in the Electronic and Photographic Media Department of Webster's School of Communications, will have three of his films screened at the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday, July 16 at 2:30 as part of the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.
The films to be screened are “Story 1: Scenes 1-9,” "Even The Birds Know It,” and "That's What You Get for Grabbing.”
For more information about the Showcase, visit here.
Associate Dean Named For the School of Communications
Elza Ibroscheva will join the School of Communications as the new associate dean. Ibroscheva will begin her role on Aug. 1, 2017.
Previously, she served as professor and department chair at the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. For more information on Ibroscheva’s appointment and career, visit here.