Webster in the News: Milo String Quartet; Alexandre Vautravers; Nancy Hellerud; Patrick Rishe

| June 24, 2011

• The Community Music School’s Milo String Quartet was featured in the St. Louis Beacon for winning a second place medal in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, the largest chamber music competition in the world.

Alexandre Vautravers, head of international relations at Webster University in Geneva, was interviewed by World Radio Switzerland (WRS) Second World War cannons in the Swiss Alps to be fired one last time.

• Webster’s new associate provost Nancy Hellerud was profiled in the St. Louis Business Journal.

Patrick Rishe, associate professor of Economics, is quoted in the article, “Owners are key obstacle in the NFL,” in stltoday.com

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