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In the News: Wilson’s Arts Nod in Business Journal; Fox on Global Trade in ITM

In the News: Wilson’s Arts Nod in Business Journal; Fox on Global Trade in ITM

| January 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Wilson’s Arts Council Appointment in Business Journal College of Arts & Sciences Dean David Carl Wilson‘s recent appointment to the Missouri State Council on the Arts was included in the St. Louis Business Journal‘s “People on the Move” section. The Council promotes the growth, development […]

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Akande Visits Columbia Metro, Talks with Faculty on Curriculum, Alignment, Quality

Akande Visits Columbia Metro, Talks with Faculty on Curriculum, Alignment, Quality

| November 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

Benjamin Akande, dean of the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, addressed more than 50 faculty and staff members at the Columbia (S.C.) Metropolitan campus location’s faculty meeting. Akande provided updates on the current state of the Walker School and discussed key academic topics such as curriculum relevance and consistency, faculty alignment, quality […]

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Grand Opening Snapshots: New Charleston Metro Location Serves Growing Area

Grand Opening Snapshots: New Charleston Metro Location Serves Growing Area

| November 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Last month Webster University celebrated the opening of a new campus location serving the Charleston, S.C., metropolitan area. Webster has offered academic programs in the area since the 1970s, and the new, updated location is a response to demand and population trends in this growing area. Recent U.S. Census figures show the Charleston metropolitan area […]

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Gallman-DeRienzo Named Director for Charleston/Joint Base Charleston Campuses

Gallman-DeRienzo Named Director for Charleston/Joint Base Charleston Campuses

| June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce that Vivian Gallman-DeRienzo has been appointed director of the Charleston Metro campus and the Joint Base Charleston campus. Gallman-DeRienzo most recently served as the vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs at Thomas University in Thomasville, Ga. She has additional experience in two-year schools in South […]

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Snapshots: Charleston Alumni Family Night with the RiverDogs

Snapshots: Charleston Alumni Family Night with the RiverDogs

| August 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Charleston Alumni Association Chapter held its annual Alumni Family Night with the RiverDogs Aug. 17. The RiverDogs are a Single-A baseball team that has operated in Charleston since 1980 in the South Atlantic League. The family event, which included America’s pastime and fireworks too, was the last sporting event of the alumni season for […]

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Snapshots: Charleston Alumni at Stingrays Hockey Game

Snapshots: Charleston Alumni at Stingrays Hockey Game

| March 5, 2012 | 1 Comment

More than 30 Webster University friends, family and alumni of the Charleston Metro and Joint Base Charleston campus locations met last month to share in the first event of this alumni season. The entertainment was a South Carolina Stingrays hockey game. Based in North Charleston, S.C., the Stingrays play in the ECHL and are affiliated […]

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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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