Tell Us What You Think: St. Louis Adjunct Faculty Survey Fielded, Due December 18
Take a look at your Webster University email for the latest survey of St. Louis area adjunct faculty, which should be in your mailbox now. As in previous semesters, the survey explores adjunct faculty opinions on university communications and faculty support. Your input is very important to us as it helps us to identify strengths and opportunities for growth. Please respond by Wednesday, December 18.
Results will be reported on websteradjunctinfo.org and in the upcoming Winter Term Coffee & Conversations (town hall meetings) with the Chancellor, President, and the Deans. These upcoming sessions are scheduled for Jan. 15 at 3:30 p.m. and January 16 at 11 a.m. Both gatherings will be held in Browning Hall 140. Hope to see you there.
Check Out the Conservatory’s ‘Bomb-itty of Errors’ This Weekend
The Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts present Bomb-itty of Errors December 12-15 on Stage III at the Webster Groves campus. The production is an award-winning “Ad-Rap-Tation” of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors and is part play and part rap concert.
Shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with matinees at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are free for students, faculty and staff with a valid Webster I.D. For more information, visit here.
December Toast Around the Corner
Please join the Webster University at the Community Music School to celebrate the mid-year graduates and the completion of their Webster University degree on Friday, December 20 at 4:30 p.m.
The event will begin with a short program in the Concert Hall of the Community Music School, followed by congratulatory remarks by the Chancellor Beth Stroble and President Julian Schuster. A reception will immediately follow in the East Academic Building. For additional information and to RSVP, please visit here.
Remembering Jean Hobler, Past University Trustee and Dance Program Patron
The Webster University community is saddened by the loss of former Board of Trustee member Jean Maritz Hobler. She served two terms on the board, first from 1987-1996 and again from 1997-2006. She was also an ardent supporter of the university’s dance program, funding the renovation of the university’s dance studio in the Webster University Loretto-Hilton Theatre and also helping create studio space for the Department of Dance. She and her husband, Wells, also funded two dance scholarships. For more information about her contributions to Webster University, visit here.