Faculty and staff at Washington University School of Medicine are invited to a WUSTLnomics forum and brown-bag lunch from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 27. The forum, the focus of which will be the university’s efficiency efforts, will be in Moore Auditorium, on the first floor of the North Building.
Hank Webber, executive vice chancellor for administration, sits down with the Record to talk about Washington University’s major role in the growth of St. Louis’ central corridor. An expert in urban planning, Webber knows faculty and students want to be part of a thriving community, so he focuses on projects that are winners for both WUSTL and the region.
Washington University will be the anchor tenant in a $73 million laboratory and research facility projected to open at the end of the year in the CORTEX bioscience district. Pictured is Hank Webber, executive vice chancellor for administration, who described the University’s role in the new building at a recent event there.
Henry S. Webber has spent a great deal of his time evaluating and planning for the physical development of Washington University’s campuses. As he works to shape WUSTL’s future, he also looks for guidance from its past.
David KilperVillage East student apartment buildingWashington University in St. Louis’ Village East student apartment building has received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. The Village East is the first LEED-certified residence hall and third LEED-certified building on the university’s Danforth Campus.
Henry S. Webber, vice president for community and government affairs at the University of Chicago, will become WUSTL’s executive vice chancellor for administration, announced Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton. Webber’s appointment will be effective March 1, 2008. Webber will be the University’s chief administrative officer and oversee facilities, campus planning, capital projects, campus security and off-campus real estate acquisition and development.
Henry WebberHenry S. Webber, vice president for community and government affairs at the University of Chicago, will become executive vice chancellor for administration at Washington University in St. Louis, announced WUSTL Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton. Webber’s appointment will be effective March 1, 2008.