Open Forum for Staff with President Stroble and Provost Schuster
Please join us via live stream on Tuesday March 13 at 8:30 a.m. (CDT) for a chat with President Stroble and Provost Schuster.
Communication is key to any successful organization, and meaningful communication is a two-way conversation. This will be an opportunity to ask questions, hear about future plans and learn what role staff will play as Webster continues to grow and move forward.
You will be able to live stream the session during the time above and ask questions at www.webster.edu/wsa/live/
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact WSA Special Events Chair Tyann Cherry.
Attention Mile-by-Mile Marathoners:
|The first Lunch and Learn workshop in the Webster-Go! St. Louis Mile-by-Mile Marathon is tomorrow, March 9, at noon. If you registered to participate, you should have received an email with login information to the live stream of the session.
Join fellow marathoners to discuss proper footwear and apparel with experts from Big River Running Company. There will be prizes given for those who attend events "live."
And don't forget to send in pictures of you participating in the Mile-by-Mile Marathon wherever you are! Please send these to Tyann Cherry.
Mark your calendar now for these opportunities to connect with colleagues.
"Connecting Students to Resources Earlier" The At-Risk Alert Form and an Overview of Policy and Procedure
DATE: Thursday March 22, 2012
TIME: 10-11 a.m. (CDT)
Guest Speakers: Elizabeth Hamtil, Online Student Services and Retention Coordinator and Tyann Cherry, Senior Academic Advisor
"PTSD and Your Students, What You Need to Know to Help Your Returning Soldiers"
DATE: Thursday March 29, 2012
TIME: 10-11 a.m. (CDT)
Guest Speaker: Gladys Smith
Information for logging in to these webinars will be forthcoming in Webster Today.
Update on Recent Website Open Session
Global Marketing and Communications, in an effort to gather input from the greater Webster University community, conducted an open intake session on Feb. 27.
The purpose of the session was to gather insights from students, faculty and staff as plans go forward for the new www.webster.edu. About 50 people attended the session, with another 50 logging into the live stream from around the world. Questions came from as far as Geneva, Switzerland, and Albuquerque, N.M.
A full video of the session can be found here.
The website is the digital front door to the University and we want it to adequately reflect who we are and who we want to be - a worldwide institution that transforms students for global citizenship and individual excellence.
For those unable to attend the session in person or via the webcast, additional insights can be sent to Patrick Powers, director of digital marketing and communications.