Archive for January, 2012

Webster Establishes Proud To Serve Scholarship for Military Dependents

Webster Establishes Proud To Serve Scholarship for Military Dependents

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Building on its decades-long record of serving military students, Webster University has established the Proud to Serve Scholarship for Military Dependents. The scholarship is available to qualified full-time freshmen and new transfer students at the University’s home campus in Webster Groves, Mo., who are dependents of active U.S. Armed Forces military personnel and veterans. The […]

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Webster San Diego Security Faculty Member Thinks ‘Out of the Box’

Webster San Diego Security Faculty Member Thinks ‘Out of the Box’

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Webster University’s San Diego Metropolitan Campus congratulates adjunct professor Gene James, recently featured in a cover story in Security Solutions for Enterprises magazine. James, who is director of asset protection for Jack in the Box, was recognized as an industry leader and for saving his company $1.9 million dollars by implementing new security measures. These […]

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Webster Participates in RecycleMania 2012

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

From Brad Wolaver, Faculty Development Center: This year Webster University will proudly participate in the 2012 RecycleMania Tournament at competition level. RecycleMania is a nationwide contest with more than 600 colleges and universities competing to recycle the most material on their campuses. The competition lasts from Feb. 5 to March 31. This is a great […]

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Wellness Video: How To Lose Weight and Not Diet

Wellness Video: How To Lose Weight and Not Diet

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Is losing weight, eating better, or just pursuing a healthier lifestyle on your list for 2012? View a video recording of the recent seminar presented to Webster University by Emily Bailey, a registered and licensed dietitian who is dually certified as a personal trainer. The handouts/slides [PowerPoint] are also available for viewing and downloading. Watch […]

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Feb. 6 Global Educational Policy Forum: Lessons from China

Feb. 6 Global Educational Policy Forum: Lessons from China

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

After traveling in China during Fall 2011, Mary Bevel in the Webster University School of Education will share insights learned as part of a scholarly lunch and conversation on global education policy. Bevel and associate provost Nancy Hellerud will host the event Monday, Feb. 6, 2012, 12 – 1:30 p.m. (CST), which will be streamed […]

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Snapshots: Let Them Eat Pie

Snapshots: Let Them Eat Pie

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Webster University students, faculty and staff on the main campus were treated to a broad menu of pies for the latest Gorlok Gathering in recognition of National Pie Week. The great spread drew packed but fast-moving crowds through the buffet line in Marletto’s Marketplace. These weren’t just pies for the sweet tooth, either: Entrée selections […]

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In the News: Audio of Pierce, White on China; Post Remembers ‘J’; Rishe on Rams Leverage

In the News: Audio of Pierce, White on China; Post Remembers ‘J’; Rishe on Rams Leverage

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you missed Deborah Pierce, Jennifer White and Harvard professor Ezra F. Vogel discuss recent Chinese history on KWMU earlier this week, you can still hear the audio at the St. Louis Public Radio website. Pierce is the director of Webster University’s Center for International Education, White is the director of the Global Internship Experience, […]

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Kick Off Black History Month with African-American Read-In Feb. 1

Kick Off Black History Month with African-American Read-In Feb. 1

| January 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs and Webster University kick off Black History Month by participating in the twenty-third National African-American Read-In. The National Read-In encourages groups to hold events during the month of February to promote African-American authors. On Wednesday, Feb. 1, MCISA will host a lineup of staff, faculty and students reading […]

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Finlayson, Guterman, Rosenblum Participate in NJT Event

Finlayson, Guterman, Rosenblum Participate in NJT Event

| January 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Theatre professor Doug Finlayson is directing a production of Juan Mayorga’s Way to Heaven at the Wool Studio Theatre, Jan. 26 – Feb. 12, hosted by the New Jewish Theatre (NJT) in collaboration with the Jewish Community Relations Council. Finlayson will also take part in a panel discussion Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. exploring the topic, […]

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Webster Salutes Returning Military from Service Abroad

Webster Salutes Returning Military from Service Abroad

| January 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Webster University joins St. Louisans and all Americans in welcoming troops back from deployment abroad. The nonprofit organization The Mission Continues has organized a “Welcome Home the Heroes Day” parade in downtown St. Louis Saturday, Jan. 28. St. Louis is believed to be the first city holding such a ceremony for these returning soldiers. To learn […]

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