Around Webster: Huang in Counseling Journal on PTSD; Wilson Named to MO Arts Council; Johnson Cano ’06 Met Premiere

| January 9, 2015

Notable recent professional accomplishments by members of the Webster University community include:

Huang’s PTSD Article Leads January Journal of Counseling and Development

Hsin-hsin Huang, co-chair of the Professional Counseling Department in the College of Arts & Sciences, has the lead article in the January issue of the American Counseling Association’s Journal of Counseling and Development – the flagship journal for the counseling profession.

Her article is titled “Exposure, Agency, Perceived Threat, and Guilt as Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Veterans.” Huang specializes in trauma and PTSD.

Dean Wilson Named to Missouri State Council on the Arts

David Carl Wilson, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, has been appointed to the Missouri State Council on the Arts.

The Council promotes the growth, development and appreciation of the arts in Missouri by offering technical and financial assistance to organization partaking in arts projects. The Council matches local funding, to promote local initiatives, but not replace them.

Wilson’s term on the Council will end Oct. 13, 2019.

Johnson Cano ’06 Performs at Met to Worldwide Audience

Jennifer Johnson Cano ’06, the Webster alumna who gave a solo benefit recital at the Sheldon 15 months ago prior to her Carnegie Hall debut, is this season covering  the role of Hansel in the opera Hänsel und Gretel at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Last Saturday she received the call all understudies await, despite short notice: She was going on that day as Hänsel.

Saturday matinees from the Met are broadcast internationally, so not only did she make her Met premiere in a leading role, but she also did in a broadcast to millions of listeners around the world.

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