Webster Speaks Schedule Announced, Recordings of Previous Guests Now Available
Racism and mental health are the topics for the next Webster Speaks: Dialogues on RACE EQ-UITY and INCLUSION, which is scheduled for August 5 at 7 p.m. That evening’s guest will be Jemeca Woody Cooper, PhD and Webster faculty member, who will be interviewed by Webster’s Chief Diversity Officer Vincent Flewellen.
Upcoming guests and topics for the bi-weekly series have also been announced and include KMOX announcer Carol Daniel, Eric Deggans, NPR TV critic and author, Olympic athlete and medalist Jackie Joyner Kersee, and a panel of Webster students.
For more information and to register for upcoming segments, visit here.
Registration Open for Teaching and Technology Virtual Conference 2020
This year’s conference, which will be held virtually using ZOOM, is scheduled for September 24-25. To register and to find out more about the conference agenda, please visit here.
Covid-19 Return to Teaching Update From the Task Force On Transition and Adaptability
Please be sure to review the latest information from the Task Force on Transition and Adaptability about the safety measures taken to date to prepare for the start of Fall Term classes in person. Please note that all faculty and staff are required to sign an “Attestation Form” confirming adher-ence to university’s Covid-19 safety and security measures. To see the communication, visit here.
As the start of the Fall 2020 Term approaches, keep an eye on the COVID-19 Pandemic Resources page. As needed, we will post to that page updates on operations and other messages of interest to the Webster University community.
The Webster Mourns Kimberly Harrick, School of Education Adjunct Faculty Member
The community mourns the passing of School Education adjunct faculty member and alumna Kimberly Harrick, who died peacefully, surrounded by family on July 16, 2020. For information about her life and career, visit here.