Focus Groups to Be Held on Fundraising Campaign Priorities
All adjunct faculty, faculty, students, and staff are invited to participate in upcoming focus groups to discuss priorities for an upcoming fundraising initiative being developed by university leadership and its Board of Trustees. For more information and a list of the dates and times of these sessions, please visit here. All of the focus group sessions will be held in the University Center Sunnen Lounge.
Webster’s Testing Center Can Be an Alternative to Classroom Testing
The Webster University Testing Center, which is part of the Academic Resource Center in Loretto Hall (room 40), offers a distraction-reduced environment for testing. The service is free for students taking Webster course exams. Those taking placement tests and other non-Webster tests, will be charged a $25 proctoring fee. For additional information, visit here.
Stroble to Anchor Education Panel and Help Launch International Campaign Against Discrimination and Violence Toward Women
Chancellor Elizabeth Stroble will be visible on local and international stages next week. On March 5, she will appear alongside other St. Louis area university and college leaders as part of a panel discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing regional higher education. The panel will be moderated by the editor of the St. Louis Business Journal. For more information on this event, visit here.
The following day, Dr. Stroble will help launch the African Renaissance Diaspora Network’s (ARDN) International “Red Card” Campaign at the United Nations. This international campaign will raise awareness of discrimination and violence against women. For more information, including comments by Stroble on the initiative and its importance to Webster, please visit here.