In the News: Forensic Accounting; Mekelberg on Middle East; Rishe on Super Bowl

| February 7, 2012

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University includes:

Webster Accountants Take Aim at Forensic Evidence

The St. Louis Business Journal recently profiled Webster University’s Forensic Accounting program, “the only multi-class forensic accounting program in the St. Louis area.”

Webster London’s Yossi Mekelberg on the Middle East

With lots of internationally significant news coming out of the Middle East, media have frequently turned to Webster London’s Yossi Mekelberg for analysis. He recently appeared on BBC Five Live to discuss Egypt Feb. 2, on LBC (London’s Biggest Conversation) Radio to discuss Syria Feb. 4, and on Voice of Russia to discuss the Iran nuclear situation and Israel Feb. 6.

Patrick Rishe on the Indianapolis Super Bowl

With mid-market Indianapolis getting an uncharacteristic turn as Super Bowl host, the city received rave reviews, including from Webster economics professor Patrick Rishe. His column on the topic was also quoted in the Indianapolis Star, in the Fort Worth Star Telegram and by D Magazine.

Alumna Jenifer Lewis Profile

The St. Louis American profiled Webster alumna Jenifer Lewis ahead of her big Black History Month performance with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra this month.

Category: Faculty, Webster in the News

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