September 5 & 12 Dates for President & Provost Town Halls – NOTE NEW TIMES; College and School Faculty Meetings Also Announced
President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster will join the college and school deans at two Town Hall meetings for adjunct faculty in the coming weeks. Please see date, time and location below:
PLEASE NOTE CORRECTED TIMES:
The times of these meetings were inadvertently switched in previously published announcement.
|Wednesday, September 5
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
|Wednesday, September 12
8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Both meetings will be held in the Faculty Development Center, which is located on the 4th floor of the Emerson Library.
In addition, the president and the provost will visit faculty meetings hosted by the deans of each of the colleges and schools:
Walker School of Business and Technology
Tomorrow! – Friday, August 31
Commons / EAB 253/262
School of Communications - All School Meeting
Tuesday, September 11
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
College of Arts & Sciences - First All Faculty Meeting
Tuesday, September 11
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Browning Hall 160
School of Education - Adjunct Faculty Meeting
Wednesday, September 26
Please try to attend your school’s meetings to get better acquainted with your dean, department personnel, and your colleagues. Hope to see you there!
Academic Affairs Newsletter Now Available
The most recent edition of the Office of Academic Affairs’ newsletter Focus on Academics newsletter is filled with pertinent information.
In addition to an update on the progress of the Implementation Teams, the issue includes an overview of the services of the Academic Resource Center (ARC), an update on Academic Advising and its services, information on finding research grants and tips for submitting a competitive proposal, and updates from the Faculty Development Center.
Please read the newsletter here.
Webster Tops National Diversity Study
Webster University is first in the nation when it comes to awarding graduate degrees to African American Students, according to a study prepared by the Diverse Issues in Higher Education (DIHE).
The university also had the most diverse population of graduate students in Missouri, and was listed in the top 100 nationally. FoFor more information, visit here.