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In the News: Vautravers on Mali; Rishe on Lance Armstrong; SPICE Cup

In the News: Vautravers on Mali; Rishe on Lance Armstrong; SPICE Cup

| October 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage featuring Webster University: Alexander Vautravers, head of International Relations at Webster’s Geneva campus, appeared both on France 24’s English edition and on Al Jazeera English this week to discuss the situation in Northern Mali and the UN/ECOWAS options to bring an end to the human rights abuses, free Western hostages, prevent […]

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The Chronicle of Higher Ed on Webster’s ‘Truly Global Campuses’

The Chronicle of Higher Ed on Webster’s ‘Truly Global Campuses’

| October 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

What if colleges used their global presence to create real intellectual circulation? Webster University already does. Webster students have access to classes taught in English by Webster University faculty from across the world resulting in a Webster University degree. With campuses in North America, Europe and Asia, Webster has been recognized as a leader in […]

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Around Webster: Kaat on Accreditation Panel; Freeman at Gartner; Meux-Sisson Helps Women in Business

Around Webster: Kaat on Accreditation Panel; Freeman at Gartner; Meux-Sisson Helps Women in Business

| October 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

 Recent and upcoming achievements by Webster University community members include: Jacques Kaat, academic director for Webster University in the Netherlands, has been invited to join the expert panel for an Institutional Accreditation Review for the SKVC Center for Quality Assessment in Higher Education in Lithuania, November 2012. Earlier this year, Kaat was a panel member […]

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In the News: Jensen on VP Debate; Hellinger on Venezuela Elections; Rishe on NHL Lockout

In the News: Jensen on VP Debate; Hellinger on Venezuela Elections; Rishe on NHL Lockout

| October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage soliciting the expertise of Webster University faculty includes: Scott Jensen, Webster University professor of Speech Communication Studies and director of Forensics, was interviewed Oct. 12 for a 10-minute segment on Branson, Mo., radio station KRZK 106.3 FM. On the station’s “Steve and Janet Show,” Jensen discussed the U.S. vice presidential debate […]

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In the News: Webster-City Collaboration; Russian Global IR Student; Rishe on NHL Lockout; Jensen on Debates

In the News: Webster-City Collaboration; Russian Global IR Student; Rishe on NHL Lockout; Jensen on Debates

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media highlights featuring Webster University: W-K Times: Garden Ave. Improvements Webster University and the city of Webster Groves are working together to beautify and improve road access to the Loretto-Hilton Theatre and businesses in the Old Orchard area which borders campus. The construction on Garden Ave., whose costs are shared by the University […]

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In the News: Silverblatt ‘St. Louis Character;’ Carroll’s New Role; Akande’s ‘Power of One;’ WWW18

In the News: Silverblatt ‘St. Louis Character;’ Carroll’s New Role; Akande’s ‘Power of One;’ WWW18

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media highlights featuring Webster University: Webster University professor of media literacy Art Silverblatt was featured as the “St. Louis Character” in the Oct. 5-11, 2012, edition of the St. Louis Business Journal. The longtime professor in Webster’s School of Communications is queried on a number of personal and professional topics. On media literacy […]

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In the News: Jensen on Presidential Debates; Hellinger in Times on Venezuela

In the News: Jensen on Presidential Debates; Hellinger in Times on Venezuela

| October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage featuring Webster University faculty includes: Scott Jensen, head of the forensic and debate team at Webster University, is in the news lately as reporters prepare for the United States presidential debates. The Denver Post turned to Jensen for historical perspective on what works in televised debates. St. Louis TV station Fox-2 […]

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In the News: K.C. Star on Webster DOE Grant in Action; Hellinger on Venezuela Elections

In the News: K.C. Star on Webster DOE Grant in Action; Hellinger on Venezuela Elections

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage featuring Webster University includes: K.C. Star: DOE Grant to Webster Addresses TESOL in K.C. Schools Only 29.5 percent of U.S. teachers with English language learners in their class have training to teach them effectively, according to the U.S. Department of Education. That’s what the recent five-year, $1.9 million DOE grant to […]

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In the News: Gunderson on Pricing; Akande on Education; Muex-Sisson on Women Leaders; Rishe on Business of Sports

In the News: Gunderson on Pricing; Akande on Education; Muex-Sisson on Women Leaders; Rishe on Business of Sports

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage featuring Webster University includes: Greg Gunderson, chief financial officer, penned a feature on “A Proper Pricing Formula” about the strategic tying of tuition rates and institutional identity and goals, in the June 2012 issue of Business Officer Magazine (beginning on page 35). The magazine goes out to all members of the […]

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In The News: Master Plan Update in ‘Post-Dispatch’

In The News: Master Plan Update in ‘Post-Dispatch’

| September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

The release of Webster University’s comprehensive master plan earlier this week received coverage Sept. 25 in  the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “Webster University to preserve character of campus. An excerpt: [University President Beth] Stroble said the final master plan reflects uses that are “consistent with what Webster University needs for its own development but also consistent […]

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