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Webster Chess Coach, Alumna Among STL Business Journal’s Diverse Leaders

Webster Chess Coach, Alumna Among STL Business Journal’s Diverse Leaders

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chess coach Susan Polgar was recognized Sept. 12 during the St. Louis Business Journal’s annual Diverse Business Leaders Award luncheon at the Renaissance Grand Hotel. The awards, which were introduced more than a decade ago, promote diversity around race, sexual orientation and disability. Polgar, the only female coach in Division I collegiate chess, was included […]

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Stroble, Robb Discuss Webster Centennial, History of Inclusiveness with St. Louis American

Stroble, Robb Discuss Webster Centennial, History of Inclusiveness with St. Louis American

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

With the Webster University Centennial kickoff just a week away, President Beth Stroble has met with several local media outlets to discuss Webster’s proud 100-year history and to promote the celebratory community events that will usher in the next 100 years of global innovation. In an interview for a story published in the St. Louis […]

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In the News: Pollak on European energy security; Rishe on Rams and L.A.; Farish in STLMag

In the News: Pollak on European energy security; Rishe on Rams and L.A.; Farish in STLMag

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Vienna’s Pollak Discusses European Energy Security on ORF Johannes Pollak, professor of International Relations in the College of Arts & Sciences at Webster University Vienna, was interviewed this week by Austrian national broadcaster ORF on the topic of European energy security in the wake of the Ukraine-Russia crisis. The topic is of increasing concern, raising questions […]

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[Video] President Stroble on Webster Centennial with KTRS’s McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson

[Video] President Stroble on Webster Centennial with KTRS’s McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson

| September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

With the Webster University Centennial kickoff approaching this month, President Beth Stroble has been visiting media to discuss the institutional values that characterize Webster’s proud 100-year history, and to promote the celebratory community events that will usher in the next 100 years of global innovation. Last week she was in studio at KTRS 550-AM to […]

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[Audio] President Stroble on Webster Centennial with KMOX’s Charlie Brennan

[Audio] President Stroble on Webster Centennial with KMOX’s Charlie Brennan

| September 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

As the Sept. 19 Webster University Centennial kickoff nears, President Beth Stroble has been visiting media to discuss the institutional values that characterize Webster’s proud 100-year history, and to promote the celebratory community events that will usher in the next 100 years of global innovation. Last Monday, Stroble appeared on KMOX 1120 AM to discuss […]

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In the News: Belsky featured on KSDK; Wright’s Ferguson interview in Salon; Procurement student in NYT

In the News: Belsky featured on KSDK; Wright’s Ferguson interview in Salon; Procurement student in NYT

| September 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Belsky Featured with KSDK’s Rene Knott Webster University golf coach and five-time SLIAC Coach of the Year Andrew Belsky was featured Friday, Sept. 5, on NBC affiliate KSDK’s 5 p.m. newscast for his remarkable 100-lb. weight loss. In the segment, “Webster Golf Coach Drops Weight, Regains […]

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In the News: Williams at NPR on feminism; Corrigan on war journalists; Nickless on fundraising; Hilgenkamp featured

In the News: Williams at NPR on feminism; Corrigan on war journalists; Nickless on fundraising; Hilgenkamp featured

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University community members includes:  Williams on NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ Gwyneth Williams, professor of political science in the College of Arts & Sciences, appeared on the NPR show, “All Things Considered,” for a segment titled, “For Men’s Rights Groups, Feminism Has Come At The Expense Of Men.” Observers say the […]

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In the News: Music alum in STLMag; Cross on Ferguson; Polgar on chess’ most-watched star

In the News: Music alum in STLMag; Cross on Ferguson; Polgar on chess’ most-watched star

| August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Music Alum Featured in STL Mag Webster University alumnus Mark Wallace, who studied in the Department of Music in the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, is featured in the “Seven Questions” segment of St. Louis Magazine, which introduces him: A 2012 graduate of Webster […]

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In the News: Akande at CBS on Ferguson Rebuild; Rishe at NFL on Cowboys Valuation

In the News: Akande at CBS on Ferguson Rebuild; Rishe at NFL on Cowboys Valuation

| August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Benjamin Akande, dean of the Webster University George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, was quoted in CBS MarketWatch’s coverage of how Ferguson and the St. Louis area can address the underlying issues that fueled protests earlier this month: “I’ve never seen the community […]

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In the News: Ghana in Business Because; Chapman in Bangkok Post; Barnidge in The Hill; Cross on China TV

In the News: Ghana in Business Because; Chapman in Bangkok Post; Barnidge in The Hill; Cross on China TV

| August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Ghana’s Sanders on Business Schools in Africa Webster Ghana’s new director, Christa Sanders, is quoted throughout the recent Business Because, “Business Schools Gain Ground in Africa.” “There is a scarcity of well-trained business leaders to address the many challenges facing the continent to date,” says […]

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