Archive for June, 2013

Tom Janke Announces Retirement from Central Florida Region

Tom Janke Announces Retirement from Central Florida Region

| June 14, 2013 | 9 Comments

Thomas (Tom) Janke announces his retirement from the position of regional director for Central Florida at the end of June 2013. Janke has served as regional director, based in Orlando, since 1997. He began his career with Webster University as an adjunct practitioner and faculty coordinator with the San Antonio, Texas campus prior to moving […]

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May 2013 Employees of the Month

May 2013 Employees of the Month

| June 13, 2013 | 1 Comment

Donna Church, reference librarian, Library, and Ellen Bout, business office associate, Leiden Campus, share the Employe Spotlight honors for May 2013. Donna Church‘s nominator says Donna has the ability to take initiative while keeping everyone in the loop. “Her professional standards and her caring about our students and their needs are extremely high.” The nominator […]

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In the News: Mitchell’s Tony Award; So’s Chess Triple Crown

In the News: Mitchell’s Tony Award; So’s Chess Triple Crown

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage of Webster University community members includes: Mitchell in the Spotlight Webster Conservatory alumnus Jerry Mitchell had a big night when the “Kinky Boots” musical he directed and choreographed won six Tony Awards, including one for Mitchell for Best Choreography. The win drew coverage for Mitchell in The New York Times as […]

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Webster Wellness Reminder: Second Quarter Deadline for 2013 Employee Reimbursement Program is July 7

Webster Wellness Reminder: Second Quarter Deadline for 2013 Employee Reimbursement Program is July 7

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Have you paid monies to participate in a wellness activity this year? All employees who are members of UnitedHealthcare are strongly encouraged to submit an application for reimbursement through the Webster Wellness 2013 Employee Reimbursement Program today. The deadline for second quarter applications, including receipts and participation documentation, is Sunday July 7, 2013. Webster Wellness […]

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Faculty Led Short-Term Program Proposals Due June 30

Faculty Led Short-Term Program Proposals Due June 30

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Reminder:  The deadline for Spring Break 2014 programs is June 30, 2013. Faculty led short-term study abroad programs enrich the curriculum by taking learning to new dimensions outside the classroom and the country.  These programs are designed to promote cross cultural competence, disciplinary scholarship and/or foreign language acquisition. They allow participants to understand the world […]

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Film Series Explores the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict; ‘Barriers’ Screens June 17

Film Series Explores the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict; ‘Barriers’ Screens June 17

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Webster University School of Communications is partnering with the Barbara and Michael Newmark Institute for Human Relations of the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), and the Jewish Community Center’s (JCC) Jewish Film Society to present four movies that explore various aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Barriers, a short film that examines the complexities behind the […]

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Classic French Film Festival June 13 – 30

Classic French Film Festival June 13 – 30

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Webster University Film Series, Cinema St. Louis, and TV5MONDE present “The Classic French Film Festival” June 13 – 30 in the Moore Auditorium: Thursday, June 13, 7 p.m. THE LADIES’ PARADISE (Au bonheur des dames) (Julien Duvivier, 1930, B&W, 85 min.) With live accompaniment by Poor People of Paris Julien Duvivier’s final silent film […]

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Around Webster: Stringer on Liechtenstein; Krajcovic on Feminism and Leadership; Hyman on Climate Change

Around Webster: Stringer on Liechtenstein; Krajcovic on Feminism and Leadership; Hyman on Climate Change

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news about Webster University community members includes: Stringer Compares Small-State Behavior to Corporate Strategy and Branding Kevin D. Stringer, chair of Business & Technology programs at the Webster University Geneva campus, published a research paper entitled, “Sovereign Liechtenstein: The Soft Power Projection of a Very Small State” with The Centre for Small State […]

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Snapshots: Actress Marsha Mason ’64 Informs and Delights During Webster Groves Visit

Snapshots: Actress Marsha Mason ’64 Informs and Delights During Webster Groves Visit

| June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Insight Theatre Company celebrated Webster University alumna Marsha Mason ’64, star of stage and screen, on June 9 at the Heagney Theatre at Nerinx Hall in Webster Groves, Mo. An accomplished actress who has been nominated for four Academy Awards and one Grammy, and won two Golden Globe Awards and one Emmy, Mason was […]

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Snapshots: Fayetteville Commencement Salutes International Class of 2013

Snapshots: Fayetteville Commencement Salutes International Class of 2013

| June 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Commencement was an exceptionally proud event for Webster University Fayetteville graduates, as President Beth Stroble was in attendance to address the graduates and confer their degrees. Approximately 50 graduate degrees were conferred for students at Fayetteville and the cohort at the Sam Walton Development Center at corporate Wal-Mart. The graduating class including international students from […]

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