Karla Armbruster, Professor, Dept. of English
Rea Bedalli, student in Psychology and Advertising
Joshua Krakos, student in Philosophy
Matt West, student in Education
1:30-2:30 pm, Library Conference Room (Library 120)
Webster students have numerous opportunities for experiential learning within our curricula, but some students seek out even more chances to learn beyond the classroom. How can we help increase all Webster students’ access to experiential opportunities (from study abroad to internships), and how can we support students who crave unique or individual learning prospects, locally or globally? This session features a conversation with current Webster students who have sought out exciting experiential projects. Participants will have the chance to learn about these students’ experiences, hear about the barriers they think Webster students face in seeking out experiential opportunities, and to learn about what faculty and staff can do to help more students access such projects.
Please RSVP here for this session.
This event is part of Webster's Teaching Festival. For a full lineup of Teaching Festival events, please visit the Teaching Festival website.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Emerson Library, Library Conference Room (120)
101 Edgar Road, 63119