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March 2017

Wednesday, March 1

Embracing Diversity & Inclusion: Critical Conversations

Webster University will host “Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: Critical Conversations” on the Webster Groves home campus March 1 & March 2, 2017. This is a...

Fall Study Abroad Application Fair

Fall Study Abroad applications open on Wednesday, March 1. Stop by The Global Exchange in Sverdrup 107 for a one-stop application shop! Complete your...

Webster Economic Association - Opening Event

Join the Webster Economic Association in hosting Webster Alumna Economist Maria Alejandra Arias! All students and majors welcomed! Maria earned both a B.A....

Senior Recital: Atum Jones, classical guitar

Senior Atum Jones presents a classical guitar recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in Instrumental...

Night of the Comet

Part of Strange Brew: Cult Films at Schlafly Bottleworks (Thom Eberhardt, 1984, USA, 95 min.) In this satirical sci-fi comedy, sisters Samantha (Kelli...

Thursday, March 2

Embracing Diversity & Inclusion: Critical Conversations

Webster University will host “Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: Critical Conversations” on the Webster Groves home campus March 1 & March 2, 2017. This is a...

Wyman Center Information Table

Stop by to learn about opportunities open to college students with the Wyman Center Teen Leadership Program. Opportunities include Group Leaders,...

Senior Composition Recital: Samuel Naumann

Senior Samuel Naumann presents a composition recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in Music Composition.

Friday, March 3

Reflective Teaching Community: Safety versus Discomfort in the Classroom

The Reflective Teaching Community (RTC) will hold its next session on Friday, Mar. 3, 12:00-1 pm CST. All part-time and full-time faculty and academic...

Faculty Writing Hours

The Faculty Development Center invites all part-time and full-time faculty to participate in monthly writing hours in the FDC Suite (see schedule below). ...

Dark Night

(Tim Sutton, 2016, USA, 85 min.) A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture, Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the...

Saturday, March 4

Leadership through the Lens of the Arts

This seminar will contribute to your understanding of leadership and to your ability to lead more effectively. Each of us must be prepared to play a...

Dark Night

(Tim Sutton, 2016, USA, 85 min.) A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture, Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the...

Film Series - America Divided

Several episodes in the "America Divided" film series will be shown on campus for Black History Month. Feb 7: "The System" Feb. 14: "The Battle to Fix...

Sunday, March 5

Faculty Recital: Through a Child's Eyes: Terezin, Czechoslovakia (Paula Kasica, Debby Lennon)

This program begins at 3:45 with two short films depicting the life in Terezin, Checkoslovakia during WW2. Helga’s Diary is a survivor sharing pieces of her...

Dark Night

(Tim Sutton, 2016, USA, 85 min.) A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture, Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the...

Monday, March 6

Webster University Book Club

Book Club Discussion Note: This event is open to the public. Here are the 2017 reads: Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism by...

The Suzy Shepard and Donald O. Davis Scholarship Concert: "Ask Me Now; 100 years of Thelonious Monk", Webster Jazz Faculty

I bonded with Thelonious Monk’s music early—at age 15 or so through repeated listenings to his piano improvisation on Miles Davis’ 1954 Christmas eve...

Tuesday, March 7

Wednesday, March 8

Contemporary Conversations: Echoes of History in a New Media Landscape

Eric Stange, Documentary filmmaker; and Executive Producer and Director, Spy Pond Productions will be visiting the Webster Groves campus as part of the...

Thursday, March 9

Junior Recital: Dominique Price, jazz vocals

Junior Dominique Price presents a jazz voice recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies:...

Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive

(Eric Stange, 2017, USA, 94 min.) Far more than a biography, Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive employs a variety of tools to create a narrative that is both...

Special Guest Concert: HOCKET Piano Duo

The Los Angeles based new music piano duo HOCKET makes their midwest debut in a performance at The Community Music School at Webster University. The concert...

Friday, March 10

Au revoir les enfants

(Louis Malle, 1987, France, West Germany, Italy, 105 min.) “Au revoir les enfants” tells a heartbreaking story of friendship and devastating loss concerning...

Saturday, March 11

Three Colors: Blue/Trois couleurs: Bleu

(Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993, France, Poland, Switzerland, 100 min.) In the moving first film of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “Three Colors” trilogy, Juliette...

Sunday, March 12

Nana

(Jean Renoir, 1926, France, 150 min.) With live accompaniment by the Poor People of Paris Elsie Parker and the Poor People of Paris provide live musical...

Monday, March 13

Introducing your students to Qualtrics

Qualtrics is Webster’s preferred survey software provider for the worldwide network. Qualtrics’ robust features and clean interface make it a powerful tool...

Keeping students engaged in a 4-hour class

In this 'Faculty-to-Faculty' session, Dustin Smith, assistant professor in the Management department, will provide tips for effectively managing a 4-hour...

Keeping students engaged in a 4-hour class

In this 'Faculty-to-Faculty' session, Dustin Smith, assistant professor in the Management department, will provide tips for effectively managing a 4-hour...

Editing your syllabus in Concourse

Join Samantha (Sam) Davis, Walker School coordinator of Training & Project Management, as she walks through the process of creating/editing a syllabus and...

Tuesday, March 14

Editing your syllabus in Concourse

Join Samantha (Sam) Davis, Walker School coordinator of Training & Project Management, as she walks through the process of creating/editing a syllabus and...

Incorporating library resources in your teaching

Join Mary Anne Erwin, our Distance Learning Librarian, as she discusses ways to bring the outside world into your classroom. Come learn how to find and...

Using WorldClassRoom to facilitate discussions

Join Liza Dister, Coordinator in the Faculty Development Center, as she shows you how to set-up discussions in WorldClassRoom and offers best practices on...

Incorporating library resources in your teaching

Join Mary Anne Erwin, our Distance Learning Librarian, as she discusses ways to bring the outside world into your classroom. Come learn how to find and...

Film Series - America Divided

Several episodes in the "America Divided" film series will be shown on campus for Black History Month. Feb 7: "The System" Feb. 14: "The Battle to Fix...

Wednesday, March 15

Documenting your professional development for accreditation

Join DeLyle Bowen, Walker School coordinator of Assessment & Analysis, as she discusses the importance of documenting your professional development, how your...

Advanced research in your classroom

Do you ever wish your students were better prepared to complete your Capstone/6000 project or your more advanced research assignments? Mary Anne Erwin, our...

Documenting your professional development for accreditation

Join DeLyle Bowen, Walker School coordinator of Assessment & Analysis, as she discusses the importance of documenting your professional development, how your...

Using Connections to find your class information

Want to learn how to better utilize Connections to find your class schedule, class lists or supporting information for your course? Samantha (Sam) Davis,...

Thursday, March 16

Creating assignments in WorldClassRoom

Want to learn how WorldClassRoom can enhance your on-ground class? Liza Dister, Coordinator in the Faculty Development Center, will show you how to create...

Introducing research in your classroom

Mary Anne Erwin, our Distance Learning Librarian, will help you to discover library databases and eResources in your subject area. She’ll also look at some...

Introducing research in your classroom

Mary Anne Erwin, our Distance Learning Librarian, will help you to discover library databases and eResources in your subject area. She’ll also look at some...

Friday, March 17

Graduate International Student Orientation

Date: Friday March 17, 2017 Time: 9:30 to 4:30 PM. Schedule available at http://blogs.webster.edu/mcisa/orientation-schedules/ Location: University Center...

Creating assignments in WorldClassRoom

Want to learn how WorldClassRoom can enhance your on-ground class? Liza Dister, Coordinator in the Faculty Development Center, will show you how to create...

Cléo from 5 to 7/Cléo de 5 à 7

(Agnès Varda, 1962, France, Italy, 89 min.) Agnès Varda eloquently captures Paris in the ’60s with this real-time portrait of a singer (Corinne Marchand)...

Saturday, March 18

Last Year at Marienbad/L’année dernière à Marienbad

(Alain Resnais, 1961, France, Italy, 94 min.) 35mm film print Not just a defining work of the French New Wave but one of the great, lasting mysteries of...

Sunday, March 19

Au hasard Balthazar

(Robert Bresson, 1966, France, Sweden, 95 min.), 35mm film print A profound masterpiece from one of the most revered filmmakers in the history of cinema,...

Monday, March 20

Senior Recital: Annette Moeller, violin -CANCELED

Senior performance major Annette Moeller presents a violin recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in...

Tuesday, March 21

Workshop Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a reality quickly. By 2020 more than 10 billion devices excluding the smartphones and tablets will be connected to...

Workshop: Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a reality quickly. By 2020 more than 10 billion devices excluding the smartphones and tablets will be connected to...

Film Series - America Divided

Several episodes in the "America Divided" film series will be shown on campus for Black History Month. Feb 7: "The System" Feb. 14: "The Battle to Fix...

Wednesday, March 22

Psychology Lecture Series #3

"Oh My Goodness I've Found My Calling:" A Qualitative Study of Career Development of Psychologists Working in Cancer Care Dr. Amanda Kracen, Assistant...

Women of Webster Awards Reception

Date: Wednesday, March 22 (Note: This is a correction of the originally listed date) Location: University Center, Sunnen Lounge Time: 2 p.m. Staff:...

Latin Night!

Join LASO and experience the Latin American culture! Come and enjoy the music, dancing performances and authentic food!!

Thursday, March 23

Career Prep Workshop: Behavioral Interviewing

The Walker School of Business & Technology and Ameren Missouri Diversity & Inclusion Group present: Career Prep Workshop: Behavioral Interviewing on March...

Global Game Day

Join us for our new and improved, 2nd annual Global Game Day! This event is designed as an opportunity for International Students and American students to...

Library Webinar: Overview of Library Resources

Discover the wealth of information available online to students across the world of Webster. Learn how to access subject-specific research guides, find...

Happy Together

The Films of Wong Kar-Wai (Wong Kar-Wai, 1997, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, 96 min.) Young lovers Ho Po-Wing (Leslie Cheung) and Lai Yiu-Fai (Tony Leung)...

Friday, March 24

11th Annual Audio Engineering Society Student Summit

This event consistently brings in over 300 people comprised of audio students, industry professionals, local audio professors, high school students, and...

International Connections Meetup

Date: Friday, March 24th Time: after 4:30 PM Time TBA Location: Sunnen Lounge Staff Contact: International Connection Leaders/Roberto Chamorro Details:...

Day for Night/La nuit américaine

(François Truffaut, 1973, France, Italy, 116 min.) This affectionate farce from François Truffaut about the joys and strife of moviemaking is one of his...

Saturday, March 25

Walker Seminars: Survivor's Guide to International Business

In the globalized world of business today, navigating the tenants of trade agreements, tariffs, and various trade rules are confusing and often misunderstood...

Understanding and Combating Human Trafficking

Co- hosted by Webster University's Legal Studies Department and Legal Services of Eastern Missouri Parking: Lot behind Webster Hall and street parking Free...

Composition Workshop on School and Project Funding

Workshop on School and Project Funding with guest composer, Elizabeth Ogonek, Oberlin Conservatory. Dr. Ogonek has been very successful in finding resources...

Presenting the Score - Guidelines and Best Practices for Preparing Beautiful Scores and Parts

Composition workshop "Presenting the Score - Guidelines and Best Practices for Preparing Beautiful Scores and Parts" with David Werfelmann, Webster...

Emerging Composers Concert

Featuring professional performances of the winning works from the Young Composers Competition performed by St. Louis musicians from Equinox Chamber Players,...

Eyes Without a Face/Les yeux sans visage

(Georges Franju, 1960, France, Italy, 90 min.) At his secluded chateau in the French countryside, a brilliant, obsessive doctor (Pierre Brasseur) attempts a...

Sunday, March 26

Paris Belongs to Us/Paris nous appartient

(Jacques Rivette, 1961, France, 141 min.) One of the original critics turned filmmakers who helped jump-start the French New Wave, Jacques Rivette began...

Monday, March 27

Research Across Disciplines Submissions Due

Submissions are being accepted from Feb. 20-March 27 for Webster's Research Across Disciplines (RAD) conference, held May 5-6 in the East Academic...

POSTPONED: Women’s History Month Lecture with Tracee Ellis Ross

DUE TO A SCHEDULING CONFLICT, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE TO BE DETERMINED Date: March 27, 2017 Location: Loretto Hilton Center- Main...

Tuesday, March 28

Senior Recital: Aaron Brown, jazz guitar

Senior Aaron Brown, guitar, presents a jazz recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies: Performance....

Wednesday, March 29

Webster, French-Canadian Hip-Hop Artist, to Perform

Webster, a Canadian hip hop singer from Québec, will perform in Webster University’s Sunnen Lounge on the home campus at 6 p.m. March 29. The event is free...

Junior Recital: Natalie Mayor, jazz vocals

Junior Natalie Mayor presents a jazz voice recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies: Performance. ...

Thursday, March 30

Library Webinar: Beginning Research in BUSN & MGNT 5000

Your first graduate course in a business or management program can be overwhelming. Join us to learn about library databases and research techniques for...

Student Recital: Kaytlin Houghtaling, mezzo-soprano

Bachelor of Arts in Music student Kaytlin Houghtaling, mezzo-soprano, presents a voice recital with collaborative pianist Donna Vince. This event is one a...

Friday, March 31

11th Annual Philosophy Conference

Our keynote speaker is Carrie Figdor of the University of Iowa, who will be presenting on "Philosophy and Gender: Beyond the Socratic Stereotype." More...

Deep Dish Academy: Brown Bag on LGBTQIA+ allies, identity

Safe Zone at Webster University will be coordinating a brown-bag lunch series for faculty, staff and students. Participants are encouraged to bring their...

Capture the flag event (CTF) together with Hackershub

Join us for our capture the flag event (CTF) together with Hackershub on March 31st 2017 in Amsterdam! Visit Webster University and learn about our MS...

Student Play: "Next Fall"

Next Fall By Geoffrey Nauffts Directing Capstone Project March 31-April 2 Friday 7:30 pm Saturday 2 pm and 7:30 pm Sunday 2 pm Stage III Adam and Luke...

March 2017