1/30/20 - Adjunct News
Posted: 1/30/2020 12:40:00 PM
Academic Resource Center Offers Academic Counseling
Have a student who seems to be struggling in your class? If so, you may want to encourage them to reach out to the Academic Resource Center (ARC). The professionals there can provide assistance with the following:
- Academic skills improvement
- Time and stress management
- College life adjustment
- Personalized academic success plans
- University referral
- Support to improve GPA
- Support to recover from academic probation
For additional information on these and other services offered by ARC, please visit here.
Don’t Forget to Register for the Upcoming Diversity & Inclusion Conference, “From Conversation to Action”
Registration is now open for the Diversity & Inclusion Conference, which will take place from February 24 through February 27. The event will welcome nationally-known speakers, including Michele Norris, a Peabody-award winning journalist and founder of the Race Card Project; Aisha Sultan, local columnist and documentarian; and Shelly Tochluk, author of Witnessing Whiteness. For a conference schedule and to register, visit here.
Arcade Building Art Exhibit Focuses on Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation with the Past
In conjunction with the Diversity & Inclusion Conference at the main Webster Campus, a student-curated exhibit titled “Back to Our Roots,” will address reconciliation with the past. The show will open at the Webster University Arcade Building location on February 21. The exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information, visit here.