Give to Support Colleges and Schools
School of Education
As one of the University’s pioneer programs, the School of Education has an impressive legacy of developing educators whose work is celebrated through local, state and national awards. Placing value on visionary thinking, the School offers students an environment that encourages risk-taking and personal growth, both of which are essential to becoming effective educators, leaders and role models in 21st century classrooms. Gifts made to the School of Education Fund support practicum and professional development opportunities for students, classroom resources, technology upgrades and other valuable opportunities.
To learn more about giving to the School of Education, please contact:
Ann Brennan Buss, Development Officer
College of Arts & Sciences
Support from the University’s friends and alumni is crucially important in helping the University initiate new projects while carrying out its mission of affordably educating students. A gift to the College of Arts & Sciences affects the entire Webster community; students from all five Schools and Colleges take a variety of general education and elective courses from the College. Donations to the University support a wide variety of projects and initiatives, including: scholarships and financial aid to support students' participation in Webster's international opportunities, projects that enhance our faculty's teaching skills and academic expertise and facilities construction and improvement. In addition, unrestricted gifts provide flexible resources to meet the University's areas of greatest need.
To learn more about giving to the College of Arts & Sciences, please contact:
Pamela Kramer, Development Officer
George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology
With a network of more than 100,000 Walker School of Business & Technology alumni working in more than 100 countries, our graduates are shaping the future of business, education, communication, government, science, technology and the arts. Surveys of Webster's business graduates indicate that many alumni secure promotions, attain new positions of additional responsibility and/or start their own ventures within a year or two of earning their MBA from Webster. Another key measure of satisfaction is that nine out of ten students are willing to recommend Webster to their colleagues, friends and business associates. Gifts to the Walker School of Business & Technology help to continue the tradition of innovation by creating flexibility and mobility in responding to the ever-expanding demands placed on students as they transition into the business world.
To learn more about giving to the Walker School of Business & Technology, please contact:
Kay Barnes, Development Officer
Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts
The College is dedicated to giving students the resources, training and instruction necessary to become successful visual and performing artists in today's competitive and ever-changing art community. To that end, the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts offers a rich cultural, academic and artistic atmosphere allowing students to explore, challenge, nurture and grow their craft. Gifts to the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts provide support to the following programs: Art, Dance, Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Music and maximize artistic opportunities for students and the audiences they serve throughout the St. Louis community.
To learn more about giving to the College of Fine Arts, please contact:
Ron Gibbs, Development Officer
School of Communications
Gifts made to the School of Communications Fund help promote professional experience and inspire life-long learning in students by helping to send them to represent the University in national student competitions and at professional conferences. The School of Communications also has an Annual Scholarship Fund, which helps students with tuition support.
To learn more about giving to the School of Communications, please contact:
Ann Brennan Buss, Development Officer
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