A few links that caught our eye this week: President Stroble Open Office Hours Why I am Pursuing a Dual Degree: Wilma Smith Steps to Graduation at Webster University Webster’s Academic Advisors Academic Resource Center’s Student Resources
Did you know that President Stroble regularly sets aside time to meet with current Webster students to discuss relevant topics that impact Webster University? These sessions are offered in 15-minute appointments on a weekday during the months of January, February,
By Jordan Wienke Academic advisors play many roles for students, from roles as simple as helping with course registration, or providing a customized degree plan or map for your collegiate career; to roles as complicated as assisting with the reinstatement
by Marsha Alejandro Face it, we live in a world where we are constantly being critiqued from the very grain of our hairs all the way to the soles of our feet. As much as we are constantly told and taught
A few links that caught our eye this week: Feed Your Brain: 5 Apps For Staying In The Know While On The Go 4 Graduate School Myths Debunked Webster Student view “How I Stay Organized“ WebsterU Online Is the Place
By John Link The advising team at the Webster University Career Planning and Development Center understands how valuable it is to have a targeted goal and plan of attack for marketing your professional self to prospective employers. There is misleading
By Wilma Smith How did you select your area of study and how will you utilize your degree? Seeking: Dual MA in Human Resources Management and Human Resources Development Selecting my area of study wasn’t as easy as it seems.
A few links that caught our eye this week: Best Online Schools in Missouri for 2015-2016 5 Ways to Stay Organized and Stay On Top of Your Courses 8 Psychology Hacks to Increase Your Creativity and Productivity The First Impression
Good news! You do not need to wait for the syllabus or access to the course, you can find your textbook information weeks before the course starts. Students enrolled in online courses have access to textbook information ahead of the term.
By Michael Biegler Organization is the key to successfully mastering the online environment. I used the following method to organize my files, thus organizing my online studies: I created a folder for my course (Education Technology, where I earned my