Joe Schuster’s Book; Koerber in ‘HR Professionals’; Kleinman in Biology Journal; Smith-Glenn on Leadership

| June 18, 2012

Recent accomplishments by Webster University faculy and staff include:

Communications & Journalism chair and acting dean of the Webster University School of Communications Joe Schuster appeared on St. Louis TV Channel 4’s Great Day! St. Louis program on June 13 talking about his recently published first novel, “The Might Have Been.” He also participated in a panel discussion June 9 with novelists Margot Livesey and Billy Lombardo at the annual Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest in Chicago. The panel discussed their work, the writing process and how their reading influences their work as writers.

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Memphis Naval Academy Support Activity adjunct professor Robert Koerber had his article “How to Improve Workplace Communications” published in the May 2012 edition of HR Professionals of Greater Memphis magazine.

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Kim Kleinman, undergraduate advising assistant director and adjunct professor in History, Politics, and International Relations, had his article “Systematics and the Origin of Species from the Viewpoint of a Botanist: Edgar Anderson Prepares the 1941 Jesup Lectures with Ernst Mayr” scheduled for publication in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the History of Biology.

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Alexanderia Smith-Glenn, adjunct professor with Columbia Metropolitan Campus in South Carolina, recently complete a 10-month leadership program sponsored by the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce.

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