Webster University's College of Arts & Sciences Announces New Members to the 2010-11 Advisory Board
David Carl Wilson, dean, Webster University College of Arts & Sciences, recently announced new members to the advisory board and thanked Michael DeHaven for his past service as Board chairperson.
Wilson also welcomed Jane Robert as Advisory Board chairperson -- a three-year term that begins Fall of 2010.
Additionally the College of Arts & Sciences is also welcoming three new board members:
Justin Blandford, a 1999 Webster alumnus, is the site manager for the Old State Capitol and Lincoln Herndon Law Offices State Historic Sites in Springfield, Illinois.
The Honorable Justice Ann Walsh Bradley, a 1972 Webster alumna, is the first woman elected to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court without having been appointed first. Ann received the College’s Outstanding Alumna Award in 2009.
Timothy Noelker, a 1973 Webster alumnus, is a partner in Thompson Coburn LLP’s Business Litigation Department. He also chairs the firm’s Government Contracts Practice Group in St. Louis and Washington, D.C. Tim received the College’s Outstanding Alumnus Award in 2007.
For a complete listing, go to: http://www.webster.edu/depts/artsci/advisory_board.htm.