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Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, and try again. That’s what FBI agent and Webster alumnus Bob Schure did. Besides keeping the country safe, he also is the award coordinator for the Missouri chapter of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). ESGR is an office […]

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‘You, Unlimited’ Undergraduate Campaign Wins Gold Awards

‘You, Unlimited’ Undergraduate Campaign Wins Gold Awards

Webster University’s “You, Unlimited” undergraduate advertising campaign has won another industry “Gold” award for excellence. The campaign, conceived by the Creative Services office in Webster’s Global Marketing & Communications, puts the focus on Webster’s unique academics and individuality. A signature poster from the campaign, sent to prospective undergraduate students, has received a 2015 Case VI […]

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Brookings Institution Earnings Study Shows Value Added by Webster University Degree

Brookings Institution Earnings Study Shows Value Added by Webster University Degree

Completing a degree at Webster University doesn’t just transform a student for global citizenship and academic excellence — it also lays the groundwork for a successful career. That’s the finding of a report by the Brookings Institution, released in April, that looked at the impact of colleges and universities from a different angle: By how […]

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International & U.S. Campuses

Geneva Students in ‘Innovation and the Arts’ Cluster Visit Renowned Art Basel

Geneva Students in ‘Innovation and the Arts’ Cluster Visit Renowned Art Basel

This month Webster University students in Geneva experienced the world’s most important modern and contemporary art fair. On Saturday, June 20, students enrolled in “Current Art” (ARHS 2200) and “Basic Digital Photography” (PHOT 1010) visited Art Basel, which brings together around 300 galleries from all over the world each year, drawing huge crowds of dealers […]

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Vienna Guests Share Stories of Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Austria

Vienna Guests Share Stories of Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Austria

Starting a business may seem like a daunting task under any circumstance, especially in a heavily regulated market such as Austria. For immigrant entrepreneurs, that challenge is magnified. Webster Vienna hosted five foreign-origin entrepreneurs to discuss that very topic at the recent “ImmiPreneurs” — Immi(grant) (Entre)Preneurs — Business Breakfast. The breakfast was part of the […]

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Alumnus Maj. Gen. Hughes (MA ’95) Delivers Fort Leavenworth Keynote

Alumnus Maj. Gen. Hughes (MA ’95) Delivers Fort Leavenworth Keynote

Almost 150 graduate candidates from Webster University’s Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, campus location were honored as part of a joint graduation ceremony held Wednesday, June 10. As one of three schools participating in the joint ceremony, the installation graduated over 215 students with accredited associates, undergraduate and graduate degrees. Webster University conferred 147 degrees in seven […]

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Webster Events

Tune in June 25: President Stroble on Higher Education Roundtable at KTRS 550

Tune in June 25: President Stroble on Higher Education Roundtable at KTRS 550

Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble will be part of a 60-minute roundtable on issues in higher education on Thursday, June 25, 11 a.m. CDT on St. Louis radio station KTRS-550 AM. The show can be accessed over the air at 550 AM, at the station’s website, and through the station’s live stream. Appearing […]

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Vienna Guests Share Stories of Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Austria

Vienna Guests Share Stories of Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Austria

Starting a business may seem like a daunting task under any circumstance, especially in a heavily regulated market such as Austria. For immigrant entrepreneurs, that challenge is magnified. Webster Vienna hosted five foreign-origin entrepreneurs to discuss that very topic at the recent “ImmiPreneurs” — Immi(grant) (Entre)Preneurs — Business Breakfast. The breakfast was part of the […]

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Summer Dance Intensives: Faculty announced, registration still open

Summer Dance Intensives: Faculty announced, registration still open

The Department of Dance will host its annual Summer Dance Intensive July 27-31 and premiere its Junior Summer Dance Intensive July 22-24. Both intensives will be held in the Jean and Wells Hobler Center for Dance on the main campus in Webster Groves, Missouri. The intensives will welcome middle school, high school and college students […]

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Campus Snapshots

Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

Webster Vienna was recently host to a presentation by distinguished New York Times-bestseller author Michael Klare, “Climate, Geography, and Technology: the Changing Parameters of Energy Security.” Klare has written extensively about the changing nature of energy security. Originally, the term “energy security” referred to the protection of oil deliveries from supplier nations to consumer nations, […]

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Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, and try again. That’s what FBI agent and Webster alumnus Bob Schure did. Besides keeping the country safe, he also is the award coordinator for the Missouri chapter of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). ESGR is an office […]

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Vienna Bids Farewell but Not Goodbye to Arthur Hirsh

Vienna Bids Farewell but Not Goodbye to Arthur Hirsh

Over 90 colleagues and friends gathered June 24 to commemorate the tenure of Arthur Hirsh, who has stepped down after 15 years as director of Webster University’s Vienna campus. Hirsh announced his decision in December. President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster opened the event with a video message. “I know how much Webster Vienna […]

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Recent Articles

Over 100 Pieces of Public Art in Emerson Library

Over 100 Pieces of Public Art in Emerson Library

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

The artwork in Emerson Library now numbers over 100 pieces and features paintings, drawings, sculptures, etchings, posters and more, which have been selected from the University’s extensive art collection and installed by the Department of Art, Design and Art History and the university’s Public Art Council. A recent installation includes a unique fundraising  chair designed […]

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Recruiting Visit Shows Students Expanding Accounting Firm

Recruiting Visit Shows Students Expanding Accounting Firm

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

This month Webster University students received a firsthand look at a growing accounting firm in the midst of a merger. On Thursday, June 25, several students attended the BDO (formally Stone Carlie) Open House and Recruiting Event, which featured Q & A with partners, recruiters and associates, tour of the newly renovated offices, lunch at […]

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Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

Bestselling Author Michael Klare Discusses Energy Security at Webster Vienna

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Webster Vienna was recently host to a presentation by distinguished New York Times-bestseller author Michael Klare, “Climate, Geography, and Technology: the Changing Parameters of Energy Security.” Klare has written extensively about the changing nature of energy security. Originally, the term “energy security” referred to the protection of oil deliveries from supplier nations to consumer nations, […]

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In Bulgaria, Davis Conducts Pleven Philharmonic

In Bulgaria, Davis Conducts Pleven Philharmonic

| July 1, 2015 | 1 Comment

Paul Davis, associate professor of Music in Webster University’s Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, is completing a two-week residency working with the Pleven Philharmonic Orchestra of Bulgaria.  The government-sponsored orchestra presents weekly concerts with guest conductors. Davis is part of a diverse group of international conductors presenting two concerts at the end of the […]

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Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

Worth the Wait: Webster honored for support of Guard and Reserve

| June 29, 2015 | 2 Comments

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, and try again. That’s what FBI agent and Webster alumnus Bob Schure did. Besides keeping the country safe, he also is the award coordinator for the Missouri chapter of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). ESGR is an office […]

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Vienna Bids Farewell but Not Goodbye to Arthur Hirsh

Vienna Bids Farewell but Not Goodbye to Arthur Hirsh

| June 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Over 90 colleagues and friends gathered June 24 to commemorate the tenure of Arthur Hirsh, who has stepped down after 15 years as director of Webster University’s Vienna campus. Hirsh announced his decision in December. President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster opened the event with a video message. “I know how much Webster Vienna […]

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Bookstore Summer Clearance: Extra 30% off already reduced items

Bookstore Summer Clearance: Extra 30% off already reduced items

| June 29, 2015 | 1 Comment

The bookstore is running a summer clearance event, valid June 29 – July 26, offering an additional 30 percent off already reduced items. This offer is not valid on food items, Starbucks products or graduation items and cannot be combined with any other offer. See the store or visit websterushop.com for details.

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