Global MA Spotlight: Matthew Roddy

Every so often, the College of Arts and Sciences highlights one of its Global MA students from International Relations. Matthew Roddy, originally from New Athens, Illinois, studied abroad during his undergraduate degree and discovered that he had a true passion for meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. As a graduate student, he chose to…

Global MA Spotlight: Nathan Webb

Every so often, the College of Arts and Sciences highlights one of its Global MA students from International Relations. Nathan Webb, who is originally from Waco, Texas, has always held an interest in international relations.  However,  recent world events such as the Syrian conflict and the resulting refugee crisis turned what was once a hobby…

Global MA Spotlight: Samantha Hernandez

Every so often, the College of Arts & Sciences highlights one of its Global MA students from International Relations. Samantha Hernandez is originally from the Bronx, NY, USA and is of Honduran descent. She became interested in international relations during her undergraduate years, when she took a course focused on diversity and politics. Her interest continued to grow after she…

Athens Comes to Life for Short-Term Study Abroad Students

At a global university like Webster, it’s common to find our students studying in countries around the world each semester. Many spend a term or more at one of our international campuses; some, like our Global Master of Arts in International Relations students, spend their whole degree traveling from one country to the next. But…

Registration Open for Spring 2016 Hybrid Travel Courses

The College of Arts & Sciences is offering several opportunities for students to combine a classroom or online learning experience with a 1-2 week trip abroad this spring. Space in our popular short-term hybrid courses is limited, so students are encouraged to apply soon! HRTS 3200 Human Rights Area Studies: Rwanda Location: Rwanda Online Course Dates: March 14,…

Summer Study Abroad in Athens, Greece

2510: Philosophic Classics: Ancient Greece and Rome Summer Session 2 (June 29 – July 24, 2015), M-Th, 1:00 – 3:00pm Athens, Greece Spend this summer getting back to where it all began: Athens, Greece – one of the world’s oldest cities, the birthplace of democracy, and the philosophical hub that gave us the founders of…

French at Webster

What’s it like being a French major at Webster? Glad you asked! Here’s a peek… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPxIJtVRJRc

Global MA Spotlight: Carleena Lara-Bregatta

Each term, the College of Arts & Sciences highlights one of its Global MA students from the International Relations or International Nongovernmental Organizations programs. The second-ever cohort of Global MA in INGO students began their trek across the globe this August. Carleena Lara-Bregatta was among them, and so far, her graduate studies have taken her…

Hybrid Courses Take Students Worldwide

Ready for a trip that will change your life? The College of Arts & Sciences is offering several courses in spring 2015 that combine a traditional classroom experience or online learning experience with the top-quality study abroad programming for which Webster is known. Students in a hybrid course supplement their coursework with an intensive one-week…