Susan Stang

Susan StangPosition

Professor Emeritus, Photography (retired)


Electronic and Photographic Media

Home Campus

St. Louis (Webster Groves)

Courses Formerly Taught

PHOT 3000 Color Photography and advanced topics such as Image/Text; Portfolio Development and Personal Vision, Self-Promotion


MFA in Photography, Rhode Island School of Design; BFA in Photography, Rhode Island School of Design


Susan Stang taught at Webster for more than 40 years before her retirement in May 2015.

She exhibits her work actively and her photographs can be found in more than 20 museums worldwide. She has earned, among others, the Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Media Association Faculty Award.

Her books include Encountering Florence/Firenze un incontro and Kodachrome, End of the Run: Photographs from the Final Batches (co-edited with Bill Barrett). She recently published Kodachrome Notes with Chronicle Books. Work from this and other series can be seen on her website 

Webster Today
Retirement Reception for School of Communications' Susan Stang
Around Webster: Stang's STL 250 Photos
In the News: Graduates' Art Curated by Stang for the Dark Room
Stang's Chasing Serendipity at Webster Feb. 26
Around Webster: Stang's Exhibit at International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHP)
Top Webster University Stories of 201: Student/Faculty Collaboration - Kodachrome/End of the Run

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Stang to Retire After 41 Years
Stang's Photos in "The City at 250"

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