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5/2/19 - Adjunct News

Posted: 5/2/2019 11:19:00 AM

Commencement Just Around the Corner: Saturday, May 11 at the MUNY
Make sure you have your plans in order for the upcoming 100th Commencement, which will be held at the MUNY in Forest Park. If you need a schedule of events, want to learn more about the commencement speakers, or have questions, you can visit here for information.

Spring Term Adjunct Faculty Survey Coming – Watch Your Webster University Email
University Inbox In addition to the Coffee & Conversations (Town Halls) hosted by the president, provost, and the college/school deans, a survey is sent to St. Louis area adjunct faculty to solicit candid (anonymous) feedback.

We keep many of the questions to same to spot changes – improvements or areas of concern – and respond accordingly. The survey explores adjunct faculty opinions about university communications with them and other issues of importance. Please keep any eye out for the Spring 2019 survey, which should arrive in adjunct faculty inboxes any day. Take a moment to fill it and findings from it will be shared at the next Coffee & Conversations in Fall Term 2019 and on websteradjunctinfo.org.

Retirement Celebration for Peter Sargent
Peter Sargent, dean of the Lee Gerdine College of Fine Arts, will be honored for his 53 years of service to the Webster community on Thursday, May 9 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Thomson Music Building. For details and to RSVP, please visit here.

Be Alert for the “Are You Available” Email Scam
Often with a subject line of “Urgent,” University IT professionals are reporting that an increased number of emails are being received impersonating Webster co-workers and trying to engage the recipient in conversation by asking if they are available. Please be sure to exercise caution when sending and responding to emails. For more information and some email tips, visit here.

Magazine: Stroble “A Most Influential Woman” in Higher Ed
The latest edition of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Magazine named President Elizabeth Stroble as one of the 35 most influential women in higher education. Now in her tenth year as University president, Stroble is developing a national reputation for her commitment to diversity and inclusion, and as an advocate for first-generation, international, nontraditional, and adult students. For more information about the accolade, visit here.