East Academic Building

he $29 million, 94,323-square-foot EAB houses the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology as well as other programs and services. With 31 classrooms, 10 large computer labs, 48 offices, and two large lobbies, the new building features the most up-to-date instruction design and technology. It opened in March, 2012.

545 Garden Ave. 63119

Place Type

Webster Groves Home Campus

Upcoming Events

Sustainability Lunch & Learn: Solar & Utilities Work Together

Join us for the 2017 Lunch & Learn series every Wednesday during the summer months! This weeks topic is on How Utilities & Solar Work Together. RSVP...

7/26 12pm
Sustainability Lunch & Learn: How To Be A Sustainability Professional

Join us for the 2017 Lunch & Learn series every Wednesday during the summer months! This weeks topic is on Tips for Success as a Sustainability Professional....

8/2 12pm
Solar Eclipse Celebration

Webster University’s Department of Biological Sciences and the College of Arts and Sciences will host festivities celebrating and observing the full solar...

8/21 11am
Walker Seminar:  How to Market Your Best Self: A Seminar on Career Readiness

This seminar will cover personal branding and learning how to "Tell Your Story". This seminar will also help students understand and gauge their career...

9/8 5:30pm
Walker Seminar:  How to Market Your Best Self: A Seminar on Career Readiness

This seminar will cover personal branding and learning how to "Tell Your Story". This seminar will also help students understand and gauge their career...

9/9 8:30am

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Recent Activity

Kenneth Penrod

Kenneth Penrod left a positive review 12/3/2016

I enjoyed the showcase. I am an accountant who attempts to be creative with the Mac software, Affinity Design and Affinity Photo. I learned some things from the students. Their work is very impressive. They are ready to be professionals!

Kenneth Penrod

Kenneth Penrod left a positive review 11/11/2016

Rebecca Ellis and Drew Kreienkamp presented a good seminar. I attended this seminar as a community member to evaluate my efforts of corporate change that occurred during my career as an accounting manager and controller. I certainly learned some things that I did right, and some things that I did wrong. It was good to interact with my classmates on different issues. Corporate change is difficult, but the seminar presented the positive benefits of making the effort.

Heba Youssef

Heba Youssef left a positive review 9/27/2016

GREAT

Lauren Cooney

Lauren Cooney left a positive review 6/6/2016

It was very informational. I was very excited to attend after I left and I am even applying today

Lauren Cooney

Lauren Cooney left a positive review 6/6/2016

It was very informational. I was very excited to attend after I left and I am even applying today

Ron Gibbs

Ron Gibbs left a positive review 3/26/2015

The content was great and Dr. Campbell is a very compelling speaker.

Shelby Wratchford

Shelby Wratchford posted a photo 10/13/2014

Chorsie Martin II

Chorsie Martin II left a positive review 9/30/2014

Had an amazing time at Mr. Dotson's lecture.

Violaine White

Violaine White left a positive review 4/3/2014

Very interesting talk! I thought the lectures complemented each other really well. Thank you!

East Academic Building

East Academic Building posted a photo 8/30/2013