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[Video] Webster Vienna Relocation in Austrian Media

[Video] Webster Vienna Relocation in Austrian Media

| October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The grand opening for the relocation of Webster Vienna to the Palais Wenkheim drew Austrian media coverage: The newspaper Kurier focused on the academic programs and services available to students in the new location, and the reasons students come from 70 different countries to study at the campus, known in Austria officially as Webster Vienna […]

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In the News: Cross on recording police; Falconer on Ferguson

In the News: Cross on recording police; Falconer on Ferguson

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Cross on Recording of Police Recent events have increased awareness of people filming police in action. Will this change police work? And should it? CBS affiliate KMOV asked those questions, and spoke with Remy Cross, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology & Sociology in the […]

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In the News: Vienna’s Schubert on ISIS; Parr on Ferguson; Leiden business feature; Rishe on MLB

In the News: Vienna’s Schubert on ISIS; Parr on Ferguson; Leiden business feature; Rishe on MLB

| October 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Vienna’s Schubert in ISIS Debate on Austrian TV Samuel Schubert, professor of International Relations at Webster University Vienna, joined a heated debate on ISIS broadcast by the Austrian TV station PULS 4 (Pro & Contra – News Talk). The program, which aired nationwide on Oct. 13, […]

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In the News: Sargent Cover Story for Arts Award; Rishe on Soccer and Football, K.C. Kemper Arena Plans

In the News: Sargent Cover Story for Arts Award; Rishe on Soccer and Football, K.C. Kemper Arena Plans

| October 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Peter Sargent, dean of the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, will be feted Friday at a reception for his Webster Groves Arts Commission’s annual Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award. For the occasion, Sargent was profiled in this week’s Webster-Kirkwood Times cover story, which tells […]

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In the News: Bob Dotson on KSDK; Geraghty-Rather’s WILLOW Project in AP

In the News: Bob Dotson on KSDK; Geraghty-Rather’s WILLOW Project in AP

| October 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Dotson’s Week as Webster Guest Lecturer Featured on KSDK Award-winning NBC reporter Bob Dotson, who spent last week working with Webster University students and delivering a public lecture, was featured on St. Louis NBC affiliate KSDK, a segment with anchor Mike Bush that was filmed on […]

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In the News: Webster Works Worldwide on TV; Dotson on KMOX; Akande in Ladue News

In the News: Webster Works Worldwide on TV; Dotson on KMOX; Akande in Ladue News

| October 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Webster Works Worldwide 20 Featured at Fox2 With the kickoff of Webster Works Worldwide Wednesday, Fox 2 in St. Louis featured the 20th anniversary of the worldwide community service day, interviewing President Beth Stroble as well as Webster student Marvin Keith, who volunteered at Bethesda Dilworth […]

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Celebrating Art ‘Like Nowhere Else in Town’: Webster Film Series, Opera Theatre Named ‘Best of St. Louis’

Celebrating Art ‘Like Nowhere Else in Town’: Webster Film Series, Opera Theatre Named ‘Best of St. Louis’

| September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Add yet more Webster University connections to the “Best of St. Louis” awards. The annual awards by the Riverfront Times, the primary St. Louis alternative weekly, recently called Webster junior and chess grandmaster Wesley So the “Best College Athlete in St. Louis,” In the art and entertainment section of the 2014 “Best of St. Louis” […]

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RFT Names Wesley So 2014 ‘Best College Athlete in St. Louis’

RFT Names Wesley So 2014 ‘Best College Athlete in St. Louis’

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University junior Wesley So has been a key member of Webster’s back-to-back national championship-winning chess team, seeing his world ranking climb from 95th to 14th over the past two years as he has excelled in multiple competitions. Now a local publication has named him the best college athlete in St. Louis. The Riverfront Times, […]

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In the News: Kinetic Charging Station; McGee ’01 Ed Award; Chess in Slate; Teeter Variety Production

In the News: Kinetic Charging Station; McGee ’01 Ed Award; Chess in Slate; Teeter Variety Production

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Kinetic/Solar Charging Station Noted as Cutting-Edge Tech Webster University’s new kinetic mobile charging station was featured in a story at Clean Technica: Most noticeable is the solar panel that doubles as a shade and weather protector (for the record, the kinetic energy soccer field also has […]

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McElwee Premieres ‘Electric Pilgrims’ at Public Media Commons Opening

McElwee Premieres ‘Electric Pilgrims’ at Public Media Commons Opening

| September 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Close to one thousand people attended the grand opening of the Public Media Commons in St. Louis’ Grand Center Arts District on Sept. 13. Webster University School of Communications professor Van McElwee premiered his video exhibit, Electric Pilgrims: Everyone Is Everywhere, at the grand opening celebration. The Public Media Commons is a 9,000-square-foot multimedia area […]

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