In the News: EAB in University Business; Vautravers on Mali; Rishe on Soccer Scandal

| February 11, 2013
East Academic Building, Webster University

Webster University’s East Academic Building, opened in 2012

Recent media coverage involving Webster University includes:

EAB Highlighted

The new East Academic Building, which opened in 2012 on Webster University’s home campus, is highlighted in a University Business article about exciting new learning spaces in higher education. The article notes the EAB’s many “cluster” classrooms that are flexible for group discussion and projects.

Vautravers: French Opinion of Mali Intervention Favorable…For Now

Alexandre Vautravers, head of the International Relations Department at Webster University in Geneva and a sought-after expert on military affairs, is quoted extensively in a France24 story on the costs and politics of France’s military intervention in Mali.

Rishe on Soccer Match Fixing

Hollywood Reporter turned to Webster University¬†associate professor of business Patrick Rishe, a sports business expert, to discuss the impact to soccer’s image of a report by Europol that found evidence of match fixing in 680 soccer games in Europe and Asia.

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