Archive for November, 2013

Loyet, Moore Named Interim Leaders of Downtown St. Louis Campus at Old Post Office

Loyet, Moore Named Interim Leaders of Downtown St. Louis Campus at Old Post Office

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Julie Loyet, director for Webster University’s WingHaven and Westport campus locations, and Caprice Moore, director of operations for the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, have been chosen in an interim capacity to lead Webster University’s Downtown St. Louis campus location at the Old Post Office building. This responsibility is in addition to […]

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Around Webster: Cosic films this weekend; Edmunds on Katrina; DiFate award; Marcella on disaster; Green in D.C.

Around Webster: Cosic films this weekend; Edmunds on Katrina; DiFate award; Marcella on disaster; Green in D.C.

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recent honors and professional news about Webster University community members includes: Ćosić in International Film Festival, at Kranzberg Nov. 15 The renowned St. Louis International Film Festival gets underway this weekend, and School of Communications adjunct faculty member Zlatko Ćosić will be on a special panel looking back on Yugoslavia 20 years after civil war broke apart […]

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Geneva Media Trends Conference 2014: Abstract Deadline Jan. 1

Geneva Media Trends Conference 2014: Abstract Deadline Jan. 1

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Webster University Geneva will hold its fifth annual Media Trends Conference focusing on one of the most critical and all-pervasive topics of our time, “Media and The Invasion of Privacy,” on April 3-4, 2014. Two workshops will be offered, “Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crime” and “Protecting Freedom of Speech.” Keynote speakers are confirmed, including Christian […]

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Annual Holiday Party Dec. 6, Nurses for Newborns Wish List

Annual Holiday Party Dec. 6, Nurses for Newborns Wish List

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster invite faculty and staff to celebrate the holiday season with good friends and good cheer at the President and Provost’s Holiday Party for Faculty and Staff. This year’s event is Friday, Dec. 6, from 4 – 6 p.m., in the Edward Jones Commons, East Academic Building. In the […]

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Webster Warmth Update: Items for Gentiva Hospice

Webster Warmth Update: Items for Gentiva Hospice

| November 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Reminder from Webster Warmth: Donations of knitted, crocheted or sewn items for Gentiva Hospice are still being accepted. The hospice has asked us to deliver items a little earlier so that they can be distributed during some of their early December events. So if possible, please drop off items to Kathy Gaynor at the Emerson […]

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Alumni Join Law Career Panel Discussion, Networking Event

Alumni Join Law Career Panel Discussion, Networking Event

| November 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Webster University’s College of Arts & Sciences, Office of Development and Career Services joined together on Tuesday, Nov. 12, to sponsor a panel discussion and networking event featuring Webster alumni. The event provided Webster students the opportunity to explore diverse career paths and industries associated with the law field, practice their networking skills with peers and […]

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Nov. 17: Webster Chamber Orchestra Performs World Premier of Composition by Kim Portnoy

Nov. 17: Webster Chamber Orchestra Performs World Premier of Composition by Kim Portnoy

| November 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Webster University Chamber Orchestra (WUCO) will perform the world premier of a new composition by Kim Portnoy, associate professor of music. The performance is part of the WUCO’s concert on Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. on the Community Music School stage. Portnoy’s composition, “Jack Ruby Talks Business With the New Girl: November 21, 1963,” […]

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In the News: Brasfield on ACA at CNBC; Library Feature; SOC Alum; Rishe on NFL Dolphins

In the News: Brasfield on ACA at CNBC; Library Feature; SOC Alum; Rishe on NFL Dolphins

| November 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recent news media involving Webster University includes: Brasfield on CNBC: Breaking Down ACA Enrollment Webster University professor Jim Brasfield‘s expertise in management and health services — and his 2011 book “Health Policy: The Decade Ahead” — has made him a go-to source for media following the federal Affordable Care Act. In the latest, CNBC spoke […]

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Know a Leader? Orientation and Connection Leader Applications Now Open

Know a Leader? Orientation and Connection Leader Applications Now Open

| November 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Do you know a student on the home campus who would make a great Orientation Coordinator or Orientation Leader, or Connection Leader Coordinator or Connection Leader? Encourage them to apply now! Applications for New Student Orientation & Connection Leader Program are now available at the University Center. Early Process: Orientation Coordinators, Connection Leader Coordinator, Orientation/Connection […]

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A Million Thanks: Help OLC & OMA Prepare Holiday Letters to Soldiers Nov. 14

A Million Thanks: Help OLC & OMA Prepare Holiday Letters to Soldiers Nov. 14

| November 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

Join the Online Learning Center (OLC) and Office of Military Affairs, in partnership with the non-profit organization A Million Thanks, in writing a letter of thanks to support active duty U.S. military service members. The goal is to collect 735 letters, which is the number of veterans who are taking Webster’s online courses during the […]

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