Lori Corzine

Lori CorzinePosition



Electronic & Photographic Media


Home Campus

St. Louis (Webster Groves)


BA, Film Studies, Webster University (i.p.); Southeast Missouri State

Professional Experience

Prior to working at Webster University, Lori served in many roles at Washington University from 1996 – 2010, including assistant to the dean at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Office Manager for the Program in Film and Media Studies and Office Manager for the department of Art History and Archaeology. Prior to Washington University, Lori worked for the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals in Sales and Stadium Club Management.


Lori assists the department chair by scheduling classes, processing course evaluations, ensuring all grades are entered, and coordinating portfolio reviews. She is the point person for all students, faculty and instructors in the department. Lori is also a singer and actress who has performed for years in local cover bands. Lori's professional mantra: "Every step of the journey IS the journey."

Contact Information

Office Phone: 314-246-6924
E-mail: loricorzine43@webster.edu

Lori manages the department Facebook and Twitter accounts:

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Lori Corzine is a member of Webster University's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) July, 2013 – Continuous

Lori Corzine

The Webster University CERT is a volunteer program. Members will be able to assist the Webster University Department of Public Safety and Health Services, Webster Groves Police and Fire in the time of need. Webster University CERT is about readiness, people helping people, rescuer safety and doing the greatest good for the greatest number.


Lori Corzine participated in the Webster Groves Community Parade as a Volunteer on July 4, 2013

 Lori Corzine


Lori Corzine was welcomed to Webster University on January 30, 2012


Received 2003–2004 Outstanding Staff Award from Washington University

Lori Corzine

Congratulations to 2003-04 Arts & Sciences Outstanding Staff Award Winners: Lori Turner, Film and Media Studies
While she does exceptional work in handling program announcements, correspondence, accounting, and assistance in course preparation, it is Lori's willingness to do those additional duties specific to the Film and Media Studies program that place Lori on top. Lori works very hard at coordinating and brokering sharing arrangements with all the students in the production classes. The students involved are treated fairly, and given equal access to the equipment because of Lori's efficiency and thoughtfulness. Her ability to work with other programs and to find useful solutions for all those involved make Lori an invaluable member of the program. Lori is on the bottom left of the photo.