Webster in the News: Diefenbacher on sustainability; Hellinger on Chavez; Rishe on Mavs’ title; Akande on ‘The Corner Office’…

| June 27, 2011
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Recent Webster University media mentions and placements include:

• In advance of Tuesday’s worldwide streaming discussion about sustainability, Carbon Disclosure Project founder Paul Dickinson and Webster University Experiential Learning and Education for Global Sustanability coordinator Lori Diefenbacher were interviewed on local NPR affiliate KWMU. Listen here.

Daniel Hellinger, professor of Political Science and an expert on Latin America, was quoted in the New York Daily News article about controversial Venezuela president Hugo Chavez returning to the public eye via Twitter.

Pat Rishe, sports economics expert and associate professor of Business, was quoted by ESPN Dallas online about the economic impact of the Dallas Mavericks’ NBA title.

• Walker School of Business & Technology Dean Benjamin Ola Akande‘s review of the business book, “The Corner Office,” appeared in the Ladue News.

Curtis Doebbler, International Relations faculty member at Webster Geneva, penned an Op/Ed about states’ response to climate change at aljazeerah.info.

Category: Faculty, International & U.S. Campuses, St. Louis Campus News, Webster in the News

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