Tag: international relations

In the News: Schubert on ISIS; Hellinger on Venezuela; Rhiney on A-B; Lauten/Carrio in STLMag

In the News: Schubert on ISIS; Hellinger on Venezuela; Rhiney on A-B; Lauten/Carrio in STLMag

| March 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Vienna’s Schubert Discusses ISIS Cultural Destruction on Austrian National Radio Samuel Schubert, international relations faculty member at the Vienna campus, appeared on a nationwide broadcast of national radio station FM4’s “Reality Check” Feb. 27, discussing the recent made-for-film destruction of cultural heritage by ISIS. The […]

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In the News: Ghana, Akande in Diverse Issues; Löwstedt on Austria Public Radio

In the News: Ghana, Akande in Diverse Issues; Löwstedt on Austria Public Radio

| February 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Löwstedt Discusses Palestine on Austria Public Radio Anthony Löwstedt in the Media Communications Department at Webster Vienna chaired two sessions at “State Formation in Palestine: An Assessment and the Way Forward,” a conference held at the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna, Jan. 26. The conference was organized […]

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Webster London Students Excel at Model UN in New York

Webster London Students Excel at Model UN in New York

| April 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thirteen students from Webster University London represented Egypt in 13 committees at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York City last week. After several days of deep discussion with 2,700 students from all around the world on topics ranging from Disarmament and Development to Peacebuilding in Central African Republic, the students emerged exhausted […]

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19th Humanitarian Conference in Geneva another Success for Webster Students

19th Humanitarian Conference in Geneva another Success for Webster Students

| March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

The 19th annual Humanitarian Conference at Webster University Geneva drew more than 432 visitors and 33 speakers, another resounding success in a two-decades-long tradition. Nearly 15 percent of students at the Webster Geneva campus participated. Organized each year by a student committee, this year’s event had more than 60 organizing students, including volunteers from other […]

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In the News: EAB in University Business; Vautravers on Mali; Rishe on Soccer Scandal

In the News: EAB in University Business; Vautravers on Mali; Rishe on Soccer Scandal

| February 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recent media coverage involving Webster University includes: EAB Highlighted The new East Academic Building, which opened in 2012 on Webster University’s home campus, is highlighted in a University Business article about exciting new learning spaces in higher education. The article notes the EAB’s many “cluster” classrooms that are flexible for group discussion and projects. Vautravers: […]

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Vienna Co-Sponsors Conference on Cultural Diplomacy

| December 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Webster University’s Vienna campus co-sponsored a conference on cultural diplomacy Nov. 29-30, on the 10th anniversary of the Austrian Cultural Forum (ACF) New York’s move into a spectacular new building designed by Raimund Abraham. The ACF New York has presented an ambitious program which proved hugely successful with regard to visitor numbers, media echo, and […]

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Nov. 5 Speaker: ‘Where Did Human Rights Come From?’

Nov. 5 Speaker: ‘Where Did Human Rights Come From?’

| October 31, 2012 | 1 Comment

Where did human rights come from? That’s the topic Monday, Nov. 5 at noon in the Library Conference Room for visiting speaker Samuel Moyn. Currently a history professor at Columbia University and visiting law professor at Harvard University, Moyn is the author of The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History. He is one of the […]

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Geneva Hosts Security Forum 2011 on Counterinsurgency

Geneva Hosts Security Forum 2011 on Counterinsurgency

| April 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

From Sarah Knight, department assistant, International Relations, Webster University Geneva: The International Relations Department hosted the fifth edition of its annual Security Forum, on the theme of Counterinsurgency (COIN). The discussions took place in the Living and Learning Center at the Webster University Geneva campus, where over 145 participants listened to 27 speakers debating the […]

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