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4/25/18 - As end of term approaches, find out about the following:

Posted: 4/25/2018 1:46:00 PM

President & Provost Message: Budget Approved
The University Board of Trustees unanimously approved a budget for the FY18-19 year and endorsed a multi-year plan to strengthen Webster’s financial and academic position. Learn more from President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Shuster in their letter to faculty, students, and staff.

Get Ready for Commencement
Bus schedules for faculty and staff have been posted here for Commencement Rehearsals and Ceremonies on May 11 and 12.

If adjunct faculty members have questions about the ceremonies, attendance, and/or participation, please check with your department chair or coordinator in your school or college. We welcome and invite your participation at Commencement. Please contact your dean by email or phone, if you would like to participate in either the main ceremony and or your college/school celebration.

It’s Time for the Undergrads to Register
All academic advisors should try to reach out to their students to make sure they are aware that it is time to register for Fall Term classes. Please visit here, for more information and directions.

Rhiney: Elected Management Department Chair by Faculty
At the Walker School, Department of Management faculty elected Eric Rhiney, associate professor of marketing, to serve as the department’s next chair, beginning June 1.

In his new position, Rhiney intends to focus his efforts on improving programs and department/school culture in ways that will help transform student experiences and learning. A graduate of Webster University himself, Rhiney intends to help forge intra- and interdepartmental collaboration. Read more about Eric and his plans here.

Communications Students and Adjunct Faculty Honored
Adjunct faculty members Julie Clark and Michael Whitmer received “Advisor of the Year” awards at the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) last weekend in Kansas City, while Webster students in the Advertising Campaign Production class received third place honors for their project for District 9. Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, the District 9 competition included schools from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Read more about the event here.

Need Help with the Student Success Portal by Starfish? Visit Office Hours
The Student Success Team will hold office hours on Fridays from noon to 1:30 p.m. CDT via WebEx now through Friday, May 25. Experts will be on hand to respond to questions on all aspects concerning the portal. For more information and instructions on how to log on, please visit here.