By Amy Carroll, Advisor and Adjunct Faculty. Although the ins and outs of writing a formal letter were drilled into most of us as elementary school students, the art of writing an appropriate email was not. Appropriate email you ask?
From Webster Today Nearly 150 guests were in attendance as Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology honored David Steward as its 2015 Person of the Year, on Tuesday, April 21. Steward is the co-founder and chairman
By Vicki Ambrose, M.A. Gerontology ’15 Students who come from a traditional classroom setting might be apprehensive when considering online classes. I am an adult learner and technology is NOT my first language so I was a little nervous before starting an
By Jason Blakemore, M.A., CRC Many veterans have options when it comes to their VA Education benefits. With multiple chapters and multiple categories, it is important to know what you qualify for before applying as some applications require that you relinquish
Higher education is increasingly embracing online learning and at Webster University, this is no exception. Our students and instructors have been a part of this “trend” for over 15 years. Online learning seems to be in the news on a
This is the third year in a row the magazine has named Webster University on its annual ranking. For the third year in a row, Webster University is included in the Military Times “Best for Vets: Colleges” rankings. This distinction
The push for “student success” is all around us. Today, new campus IT implementations, software development efforts, and academic program redesigns all seem conceived in the popular context of student success, or they are in some significant way connected to