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Alumni News: Nikki Boyer Hosts Local Emmys; San Diego & Denver Campuses Host Events

Alumni News: Nikki Boyer Hosts Local Emmys; San Diego & Denver Campuses Host Events

| November 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

• Alumna Nikki Boyer ’97, an actress and singer who hosts Yahoo!’s “Daytime In No Time,” was in St. Louis Oct. 22 to host the 35th Mid-America Emmy Gala. She began working in television hosting the Kid’s Club at KPLR-TV Channel 11 in St. Louis where she won a regional Emmy Award. Click here for […]

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In the News: Vautravers on Arms Trade; Mekelberg on Shalit Release

In the News: Vautravers on Arms Trade; Mekelberg on Shalit Release

| October 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent news coverage featuring Webster University includes: • Alexandre Vautravers, professor of International Relations at Webster University – Geneva and editor of the Swiss Military Review, was featured on the English Al Jazeera panel “Inside Story” about Amnesty International’s claims of arms sales for use against Arab protestors. Watch the clip and read background here. […]

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In the News: Austin Nominated for Vice Chief of Staff; Venn on MLB’s Spanish Site; Students Help Fuller Center

In the News: Austin Nominated for Vice Chief of Staff; Venn on MLB’s Spanish Site; Students Help Fuller Center

| October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage featuring Webster University includes: •  Webster University alumnus Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III has been nominated by President Barack Obama to become the next vice chief of staff of the U.S. army. The move, if confirmed by the Senate, would move the 4-star general to the second-highest uniformed position in the army. Gen. Austin, […]

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News Around Webster: Rishe on MLB; Lange on Soccer; Fox on Business; Hubenschmidt/Wehling on Nursing Ed; Rosenblum on Pre-Hitler Germany; Roach Honored

News Around Webster: Rishe on MLB; Lange on Soccer; Fox on Business; Hubenschmidt/Wehling on Nursing Ed; Rosenblum on Pre-Hitler Germany; Roach Honored

| October 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Recent professional activities by Webster faculty and staff include: • Growing revenues just as expenses increase: Are the Texas Rangers the new Philadelphia Phillies? A Forbes business of sports column asks that question and turns to the expertise of Patrick Rishe, Walker School of Business associate professor and sports economist. • Soccer Made In […]

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In the News: Mekelberg on Israel-Hamas Exchange; Ozark Campus Health Care Forum

In the News: Mekelberg on Israel-Hamas Exchange; Ozark Campus Health Care Forum

| October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University includes: • Yossi Mekelberg, head of International Relations at Webster London and a fellow with the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies, penned a column in the Guardian on the significance of the  Israel-Hamas prisoner exchange and what it may mean for further negotiations. • Webster’s Ozark Metro […]

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In the News: Space Coast Commencement on ‘Little Couple’; Akande on Networking

In the News: Space Coast Commencement on ‘Little Couple’; Akande on Networking

| October 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage featuring Webster University includes: • The Oct. 4 episode of TLC’s “The Little Couple” included extensive footage of the Webster University Space Coast commencement ceremony this past summer. William Klein, who graduated with the M.A. in Management and Leadership, is father to one of the stars of the reality show. • The […]

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In the News: Shenker’s Visit, TKT Concert, Rishe on Sacramento NBA

In the News: Shenker’s Visit, TKT Concert, Rishe on Sacramento NBA

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent news coverage of Webster University includes: • British journalist Jack Shenker’s visit to Webster to talk about the “Arab Spring” as part of the Year in International Human Rights is covered by the St. Louis Beacon. • The upcoming TKT Jazz Scholarship Benefit Concert scheduled for 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 is previewed by […]

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In the News: Rishe on MLB Playoffs; Powers on Facebook; Alum Tim Johnsen; Study Abroad; Ken Burns’ Visit

In the News: Rishe on MLB Playoffs; Powers on Facebook; Alum Tim Johnsen; Study Abroad; Ken Burns’ Visit

| October 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent news coverage of Webster University includes: • Sports economics expert Patrick Rishe was interviewed by Fox2 in St. Louis on the economic impact of the St. Louis Cardinals making the Major League Baseball playoffs. Watch the clip here. • Patrick Powers’ recent appearance on Higher Ed Live to discuss Facebook in higher education was […]

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In the News: Conservatory Praise; Goodarzi on Syria; Baxter on Okla. Board of Education

In the News: Conservatory Praise; Goodarzi on Syria; Baxter on Okla. Board of Education

| September 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage highlighting Webster University includes: • The Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts won multiple awards in the Riverfront Times Best of St. Louis edition. The Conservatory’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee won Best Musical of 2011 . Alexis Kinney‘s performance in The Wonderful World of Dissocia also won […]

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Goodarzi on Syria; Chapman’s Vienna picks; Schuster on the Cards; Hanssen at USC; Rishe on the NCAA

Goodarzi on Syria; Chapman’s Vienna picks; Schuster on the Cards; Hanssen at USC; Rishe on the NCAA

| September 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recent achievements and media appearances by Webster University faculty include: • Jubin Goodarzi, professor of international relations at Webster University’s Geneva campus, was quoted on the prospect of civil war in Syria for an article by U.N. news service IRIN, which appeared at GlobalSecurity.org. • Associate vice president of Academic Affairs and director of International […]

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