Endowment Funds

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Endowed Scholarship Funds

Endowed scholarship funds are invested to provide both annual awards and fund growth — ensuring that a gift is never eroded by inflation. Endowed scholarships can benefit any of Webster's schools or colleges, specific academic programs, and students attending any Webster campus. The Advancement staff works with donors to design a scholarship that meets philanthropic goals. Partial scholarships can be established with a gift of $25,000 or greater.

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Endowed Professorships

Established through designated major gifts, Webster’s endowed faculty positions are a means of selectively developing, promoting and recognizing excellence in teaching, research and scholarship to enhance the quality of higher education.

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The Jane M. and Bruce P. Robert Endowed Professorship in French and Francophone Studies

Goals of Professorship:

  • To attract to Webster an academic with a primary expertise in French and francophone studies, . The Robert Professor also has a secondary academic
  • To include French language and the literature and culture of France and other francophone countries
  • Expertise that will contribute to a complementary academic priority of the College of Arts & Sciences, such as human rights, international relations, history, or women’s studies.

Financial Uses:

  • Compensation
  • Teaching/Research Support
  • Course Development
  • Travel
  • Research
  • Graduate Assistants
  • Equipment
  • Library Resources

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Read more about Jane and Bruce Robert