||Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, Director of the Global Learning Initiative
Ball State University
M.A., Ball State University
Program Planning, U.S. Women's History
Mary Margaret “Meg” Webber serves as a member of the Provost's
administrative team to promote and execute the myriad and wide-ranging goals of
the Division of Academic Affairs. As Director of the Global Learning Initiative, Webber provides primary responsibility for the coordinated
implementation of Winthrop's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).
prior to coming to Winthrop, Webber served as Assistant Dean of the College at
Centenary College of Louisiana 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 QEP. Webber's teaching
experience in higher education includes faculty-led study abroad, U.S. History
(traditional, hybrid, online), Curriculum (traditional, online), and First-Year
Experience/Principles of the Academy (traditional) coursework. Other work
experience include planning, developing, facilitating, and evaluating
educational programming across generations for K-12 teachers and students,
museum audiences, and corporate training departments.
Webber is an honors
program graduate of Taylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science and History. The Virginia native also holds a Master of Arts in History
and a doctorate in educational leadership (focused on adult and community
education with a cognate in history) from Ball State University.