Around Webster: Gaynor on archives; P’Oryem, Ribando on IEC board; Gatzert nursing honor; Miller text on Evangelicalism

| May 1, 2014

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include:

P’Oryem, Ribando Selected to IEC Board

Wence P’Oryem and Janka Ribando from International Recruitment and International Services were selected for the 2014-2015 board of the International Education Council (IEC) of Missouri and Illinois. P’Oryem is a new co-chair and Riband is a new board member.

The IEC provides a forum for international student advisors in and around the St. Louis Metropolitan area, areas of Missouri and Illinois to meet about international student issues. The main goal of the IEC is to stay abreast of developments in the field, and network with other professionals in international education. Locally they are represented by colleagues from University of Missouri, Maryville University, St. Louis Community College, Missouri Baptist University, McKendree University and Washington University.

University Library

Kathy Gaynor, Instruction & Liaison Services librarian and curator of Archives, gave a presentation on using archival materials to connect the past with the present at the Midwest Archives Conference in Kansas City on April 26.

College of Arts & Sciences

Steve Miller, adjunct faculty member in History, Politics, and International Relations, has a new book from Oxford Press titled “The Age of Evangelicalism: America’s Born-Again Years.”

Also, Miller’s article “The Years of the Evangelicals” was published at The Christian Century.

Michele Gatzert, a Webster Nursing program alumna and recently hired adjunct faculty member in Nursing, was one of four finalists in the “Intensive Care” category for an Excellence in Nursing Award presented annually by St. Louis Magazine.

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  1. Christina Gilbert says:

    Congratulations to Wence and Janka for representing Webster on the IEC!