Share Away: Webster University Holiday Card Creates a Buzz

| December 12, 2013
Holiday greetings from Webster University worldwide: On mobile devices, you can "shake" the snow globe to let it snow.

Holiday greetings from Webster University worldwide: On mobile devices, you can “shake” the snow globe to let it snow.

Have you “shaken” the 2013 Webster University Holiday Card yet? Shared it with friends?

The mobile-friendly “snow globe” card was included in CASE’s look at creative ways universities show appreciation to their communities over the holidays:

Webster University‘s Global Snowglobe is a mobile-friendly site that shows each Webster campus around the world when you “shake” the snowglobe.

CASE (the Council for Advancement and Support of Education) is an international association of educational institutions, serving educational institutions and the advancement professionals who work on their behalf in alumni relations, communications, development, marketing and allied areas.

The snow globe, which “shakes” to show representations of different Webster campuses across the globe, is also continuing to see buzz and shares this month via social media like Twitter and Facebook. Go to the snow globe page to share via your favorite social media channel.

Holiday Tree Trimming

Separately, Webster’s holiday tree trimming tradition was featured on The Choice, an education blog, with a photo of President Beth Stroble adding an ornament from Dubai:

Webster University in St. Louise, Mo., holds a Global Tree Trimming Holiday each year.  With international campuses in Africa, Europe, China and Thailand as well as across the U.S., Webster’s diversity is visible in their Global Holiday Tree.  Students, faculty, staff and alumni from all campuses are invited to send an ornament that shares their holiday story.  At the event, students at the home campus also bring ornaments, and the tree weaves a truly diverse tale of their global community.

 

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  1. Deanna Snowden says:

    Beautiful, inclusive and tasteful. Thank you!