Outstanding Alumni Winners Announced
From Florida to New Jersey and California, Webster University alums are making an impact on those around them and in their communities.
Take a look at this year’s four distinguished alumni award winners and learn what they have been doing since their graduation from Webster University. Find out more about:
Manal Fakhoury, M.B.A. – 2012: With her M.B.A. from Webster University and both a B.S. and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, Manal currently serves as the clinical coordinator at the Ocala Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Fla. Manal will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Joan Marie Godoy Liere, M.A. - 2012: Joan currently uses her Master of Arts in International Nongovernmental Organizations in her role as the strategy and impact manager for Radical Partners in Miami, Fla. Radical Partners, a consulting organization, helps social impact organizations across a variety of sectors with growth and scale. Joan will receive the Loretto Award (Service).
Eve Coulson, B.A. – 1973: While living on the East Coast, Eve has never been too far away to lend her time Webster University and support her alma mater. She regularly attends Reunion Weekend, serves on the advisory board for the College of Arts and Sciences, and was also instrumental in the development of the popular “Lightening Talks” series, which continues to be a popular part of Reunion Weekend activities. Eve will receive the Mary Elizabeth Newell Award (Loyalty).
Chris Whitmore, B.A. – 2014: Chris currently works in policy and government affairs for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission where he utilizes his degree in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Law. Chris will receive the Young Alumni Award.
Take a look here to learn more about these incredible alums and their achievements – both at work and in their communities. The honorees will be recognized at this year’s Reunion Weekend, which will take place on September 28-29, 2018.
Bookstore: PLEASE Confirm/Order Fall Teaching Material
Fall 2018 adoptions and book orders were due in April. However, materials for nearly half of the Fall courses are significantly overdue meaning the University Bookstore is unable to help students who are inquiring about their course materials. If you are a faculty member, please confirm and submit all course materials planned for use in the coming semester/term.
Remember, it takes 10 to 21 days to process, source, and receive these materials in the store. More information can be found here.