||Special Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Adult and Community Education, Ball State University
M.A., History (Concentration in Women's History), Ball State University
B.A., Political Science and History (Honors Program), Taylor University
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Mary Margaret “Meg” Webber is the Special Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. She earned her doctorate in education from Ball State University in the department of educational leadership with a major in adult and community education (cognate in history). Prior to joining Winthrop, Dr. Webber was the Assistant Dean of the College at Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport, LA, with administrative responsibilities for student academic intervention programs, the direction of academic co-curricular departments (intercultural engagement, service-learning, and career services), and administrative leadership for the college’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). In higher education, Webber has taught introductory United States history survey courses (traditional and online), First-Year Experience courses, and graduate education courses in curriculum (both traditional and online). Dr. Webber also has planned, developed, facilitated, and evaluated educational programming across generations for K-12 teachers and students, museum audiences, and corporate training departments.