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Sustainability: Webster Installs First EnGo Solar Kinetic Recharge Station in the U.S.

Sustainability: Webster Installs First EnGo Solar Kinetic Recharge Station in the U.S.

St. Louis students, faculty and staff can now recharge their portable devices on Webster University’s home campus without plugging in to the electrical grid. A new EnGo Public Charging Station is available to recharge up to 14 mobile devices at a time in front of Webster’s East Academic Building, 545 Garden Ave. The EnGo device […]

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Webster University Supporting Ferguson Recovery

Webster University Supporting Ferguson Recovery

From the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement at Webster University: We thank all those who have served and those continuing to meet needs within the Ferguson, Missouri, community. In a unified effort to support our families, friends and neighbors in Ferguson, Webster University will support organizations that are assisting our region as we […]

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Webster Introduces Greek Study Abroad Program in Athens Beginning Spring 2015

Webster Introduces Greek Study Abroad Program in Athens Beginning Spring 2015

Webster University students have a new option for study-abroad opportunities. “Odyssey in Athens” will offer students the opportunity to explore and study historic sites in Greece while introducing them to the region’s rich history and culture. The program starts in the spring of 2015. At a Glance The program is open to all Webster University […]

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International & U.S. Campuses

Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

The upcoming Centennial kickoff and homecoming events in St. Louis and Webster Groves, where Webster University was founded in 1915, are just the formal beginning of a year of celebrations and activities at every single campus where Webster students call home. In Cha-Am, Thailand, where Webster opened a new campus in 1999, the community recently […]

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Big Data, Consumer Analytics in Webster/SUFE MBA Elective

Big Data, Consumer Analytics in Webster/SUFE MBA Elective

Big data analytics and China’s vibrant people-to-people buying market were the subjects of the Marketing Engineering elective taught in Shanghai over the summer as part of Webster China’s Webster/SUFE joint MBA program. Professor Li Shenyu explained to students how buying and arranging in China is now a way of life in China’s 100 largest cities, […]

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Webster Introduces Greek Study Abroad Program in Athens Beginning Spring 2015

Webster Introduces Greek Study Abroad Program in Athens Beginning Spring 2015

Webster University students have a new option for study-abroad opportunities. “Odyssey in Athens” will offer students the opportunity to explore and study historic sites in Greece while introducing them to the region’s rich history and culture. The program starts in the spring of 2015. At a Glance The program is open to all Webster University […]

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Webster Events

Sept. 30: Presentation and Discussion of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Rape, Consent, Harassment

Sept. 30: Presentation and Discussion of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Rape, Consent, Harassment

If you’ve seen recent headlines about domestic violence and sexual assault, rape, consent and sexual harassment, here is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to openly talk and learn about these prevalent issues. Christina Menesis of the St. Louis YWCA will again present on these topics on Sept. 30, 7 – 9 p.m. in […]

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Family Rights-Themed Film Series Continues Sept. 16 with ‘The Other Son’

Family Rights-Themed Film Series Continues Sept. 16 with ‘The Other Son’

The Institute for Human Rights & Humanitarian Studies film Festival, “Tuesdays in September,” continues its focus on the theme of family rights. The third film in the series, Le Fils de autre, screens Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in the Winifred Moore Auditorium and is free and open to the public.  Le Fils de autre […]

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ABC’s John Quiñones Discusses Media, ‘What Would You Do?’; Visits Webster Sept. 22

ABC’s John Quiñones Discusses Media, ‘What Would You Do?’; Visits Webster Sept. 22

John Quiñones, co-anchor of ABC newsmagazine Primetime and sole anchor of its “What Would You Do?” series, will be on Webster University’s home campus Monday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. for a free lecture in the Loretto-Hilton Center. In advance of his visit, Quiñones spoke with Webster in a Q&A about his nearly 30 years […]

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Campus Snapshots

Snapshot: Screening and panel on French film about Monsanto

Snapshot: Screening and panel on French film about Monsanto

“The World According to Monsanto,” a French film critical of the operations of the St. Louis-based agricultural company, drew about 100 attendees to see the film and join a discussion afterward in the Winifred Moore Auditorium. After the screening, Lionel Cuillé, professor of French in Webster’s College of Arts & Sciences, hosted a panel discussion […]

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Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

The upcoming Centennial kickoff and homecoming events in St. Louis and Webster Groves, where Webster University was founded in 1915, are just the formal beginning of a year of celebrations and activities at every single campus where Webster students call home. In Cha-Am, Thailand, where Webster opened a new campus in 1999, the community recently […]

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Hackenwerth Shares Art Philosophy, Advises Students at DADAH First Friday Lecture

Hackenwerth Shares Art Philosophy, Advises Students at DADAH First Friday Lecture

Webster University’s Department of Art, Design, and Art History (DADAH) welcomed experimental artist and Webster alumnus Jason Hackenwerth (BFA’97), for the first Friday Forum lecture of the 2014-2015 academic year on Sept. 5. Best known for his balloon sculptures that have been exhibited all over the world — including the grand opening of Webster’s East Academic […]

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Sept. 30: Presentation and Discussion of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Rape, Consent, Harassment

Sept. 30: Presentation and Discussion of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Rape, Consent, Harassment

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If you’ve seen recent headlines about domestic violence and sexual assault, rape, consent and sexual harassment, here is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to openly talk and learn about these prevalent issues. Christina Menesis of the St. Louis YWCA will again present on these topics on Sept. 30, 7 – 9 p.m. in […]

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Family Rights-Themed Film Series Continues Sept. 16 with ‘The Other Son’

Family Rights-Themed Film Series Continues Sept. 16 with ‘The Other Son’

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The Institute for Human Rights & Humanitarian Studies film Festival, “Tuesdays in September,” continues its focus on the theme of family rights. The third film in the series, Le Fils de autre, screens Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in the Winifred Moore Auditorium and is free and open to the public.  Le Fils de autre […]

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Snapshot: Screening and panel on French film about Monsanto

Snapshot: Screening and panel on French film about Monsanto

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“The World According to Monsanto,” a French film critical of the operations of the St. Louis-based agricultural company, drew about 100 attendees to see the film and join a discussion afterward in the Winifred Moore Auditorium. After the screening, Lionel Cuillé, professor of French in Webster’s College of Arts & Sciences, hosted a panel discussion […]

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training Offered; Register by Oct.10

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training Offered; Register by Oct.10

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Department of Public Safety will be providing Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training on the following dates in October: 14, 16, 21, 23 and 28. The training is a 20-hour course in disaster preparedness, fire safety, disaster medical operations, light search and rescue operations, CERT organizations, disaster psychology, terrorism and CERT and a course […]

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Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

Snapshot: Webster University Centennial flag raised in Thailand

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

The upcoming Centennial kickoff and homecoming events in St. Louis and Webster Groves, where Webster University was founded in 1915, are just the formal beginning of a year of celebrations and activities at every single campus where Webster students call home. In Cha-Am, Thailand, where Webster opened a new campus in 1999, the community recently […]

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Stroble, Robb Discuss Webster Centennial, History of Inclusiveness with St. Louis American

Stroble, Robb Discuss Webster Centennial, History of Inclusiveness with St. Louis American

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

With the Webster University Centennial kickoff just a week away, President Beth Stroble has met with several local media outlets to discuss Webster’s proud 100-year history and to promote the celebratory community events that will usher in the next 100 years of global innovation. In an interview for a story published in the St. Louis […]

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Enterprise CarShare Comes to Webster University

Enterprise CarShare Comes to Webster University

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Students without a car on campus have a new way to get around town. Webster University recently signed on with Enterprise CarShare to bring car sharing to campus. The shared car — a Toyota Prius Hybrid — arrived on campus at the start of the Fall 2014 semester and is parked outside of the Webster […]

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