In the News: Wilson’s Arts Nod in Business Journal; Fox on Global Trade in ITM

| January 13, 2015
Dean, Webster University College of Arts & Sciences


Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes:

Wilson’s Arts Council Appointment in Business Journal

College of Arts & Sciences Dean David Carl Wilson‘s recent appointment to the Missouri State Council on the Arts was included in the St. Louis Business Journal‘s “People on the Move” section.

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

Charleston’s Fox on India Investment in ITM
Ken Fox, Webster University Charleston


Ken Fox, a faculty member in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology who teaches at the Webster University Charleston metro campus, was featured in the November/December 2014 edition of International Trade Magazine (ITM). In the article, Fox explains how the election of Narendra Modi as prime minister of India has oriented the country to encourage a massive influx of foreign and domestic investment.

The magazine is a global trade magazine published by Hand Media in Kent, U.K. Fox began publishing an international business blog after returning from teaching an MBA marketing course at Webster University in Chengdu, China, during Spring 1, 2011.

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