Leiden Counseling Psych; Schuster’s Novel; Fyfe on Sustainability Panel; Carter’s Veterans Day Lecture; ‘Inciteful’ Women

| November 13, 2012

Recent news about Webster University community members includes:

Women’s Business Initiative International currently features an article on Webster’s MA in Counseling Psychology, mentioning Marie Thompson, head of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Webster Leiden.
It also mentions the Webster Leiden research project, The Bijlmer Project, which address the psychosocial needs of victims of human trafficking for purposes of sexual exploitation and modern day slavery.

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The Might Have Been, the novel by Communications & Journalism chair Joe Schuster, has been selected as one of 10 finalists for the 2012 CASEY Award for Best Baseball Book.

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Brenda Fyfe, dean of the Webster University School of Education, will be on a panel discussion, “Integrating Sustainability throughout Teacher Education,” on Nov. 14, 2012, to explore how sustainability can be the foundation for teacher preparation programs. The Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) and AASHE panel will be moderated by AASHE executive director Paul Rowland, who was keynote speaker at the 2012 Webster University Sustainability Conference. Click here to register to watch the panel via webinar.

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The November 2012 issue of Insight 2 Incite Magazine recognizes Reena Hajat Carroll (Diversity Awareness Partnership) and Nicole Roach (Webster University Downtown St. Louis campus location) as “Inciteful Women of St. Louis.”

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Jeffrey Carter, chair of the Department of Music, presented a pre-concert lecture for the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus at their Veterans Day concert. The performance featured a work that Carter helped premiere in 2010.

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