Archive for July, 2014

July 4 Festival Snapshots: Webster Salutes the Troops, Celebrates 40 Years of Military Education

July 4 Festival Snapshots: Webster Salutes the Troops, Celebrates 40 Years of Military Education

| July 7, 2014 | 1 Comment

Webster University’s participation in 2014 Independence Day celebrations included two of the largest festivals in the St. Louis region: Fair St. Louis and Webster Groves Community Days. Fair St. Louis & Salute to the Troops Webster University again served as a sponsor of the annual Fair St. Louis, the largest Independence Day festival in the […]

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Webster Staff in Lead Roles at Missouri Consortium on International Education

Webster Staff in Lead Roles at Missouri Consortium on International Education

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster staff and students recently joined international educators from across Missouri for a daylong conference at the University of Missouri Columbia on June 20. Organized by Study Missouri Consortium and supported by NAFSA member colleges and universities, attendees work in international student and scholar services, international enrollment management, education abroad and international education administration. Over […]

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In the News: Turner on Lauer/Barra at KMOV; Akande on Public Radio; Miller Book in Wall Street Journal

In the News: Turner on Lauer/Barra at KMOV; Akande on Public Radio; Miller Book in Wall Street Journal

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Akande on Finding Your Own ‘Arch’ Benjamin Akande, dean of the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, had a guest commentary on St. Louis Public Radio, the NPR affiliate. Referencing the history of the Gateway Arch in “Don’t Be Dissuaded from Finding Your […]

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Military Student Helps Professor’s Father Receive Honors for WWII Service

Military Student Helps Professor’s Father Receive Honors for WWII Service

| July 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

During advising appointments, Webster University faculty members meet with students to ensure they are on track with their educational plans and getting all of the help they need. But sometimes, the opposite happens and students find a way to help their professors. That’s exactly what happened when Virginia Altrogge, an associate professor in the School […]

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In the News: WTC Amsterdam feature; EAB Facility of the Year; Legal Studies honored; Miller’s book in Chronicle

In the News: WTC Amsterdam feature; EAB Facility of the Year; Legal Studies honored; Miller’s book in Chronicle

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Webster Featured in World Trade Center Amsterdam News Webster University’s operations in the Netherlands were featured in the WTC News, the publication of World Trade Center Amsterdam, where Webster offers programs convenient to working adults in Amsterdam. The piece highlights how a Webster education — […]

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In Response to Writing Task Force Recommendations, Cade Assumes New Role in ARC

In Response to Writing Task Force Recommendations, Cade Assumes New Role in ARC

| July 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

In support of proposed initiatives from the 2013-2014 Graduate Writing Task Force, Roshaunda Cade will assume the new role of Academic Resource Center Assistant Director, Writing Program. In this role, she will provide leadership and oversight of writing related student and faculty support, programming, and resources; development and maintenance of writing tutorial programs; and coordination […]

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Snapshot: As Swiss and U.S. Fall, the Netherlands Carries Webster Rep in World Cup

Snapshot: As Swiss and U.S. Fall, the Netherlands Carries Webster Rep in World Cup

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

And then there was one. Well, technically there are eight countries still alive in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but the number of countries that are home to Webster University campuses in this year’s tournament is down to one. The United States (where Webster was founded in 1915, now with campus locations across the country […]

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Webster University Community Engaged in Independence Day Events

Webster University Community Engaged in Independence Day Events

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Friday, July 4, is U.S. Independence Day. While offices are closed for this national holiday, several Webster University community members will be participating in commemorative events both in Webster Groves and in St. Louis. For volunteer opportunities, see below. Webster Groves Community Days Parade: July 4, 10 a.m. (Volunteers arrive at 9:15) Faculty, staff, students, […]

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Walker EDGE Global Interns from Germany, Mexico, arrive in St. Louis

Walker EDGE Global Interns from Germany, Mexico, arrive in St. Louis

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Walker EDGE Office in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology has welcomed 12 global student interns to St. Louis this summer from Webster University’s partner universities in Mexico and Germany. The students are at the Webster home campus as part of the Walker EDGE’s global internship program. Three students from Universidad […]

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Have Extra Furniture? ILC International Teaching Assistants Can Use It

Have Extra Furniture? ILC International Teaching Assistants Can Use It

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Donate your furniture to a good cause! The International Languages and Cultures Department is looking for gently used furniture to stock the new International Teaching Assistants house. Our TA’s will be moving in Aug. 15, so we will be able to pick up the furniture in August. Below is a list of all the furniture […]

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