Tag: Webster University College of Arts & Sciences

Around Webster: Shah at TEDx Delft; Barnidge in Israel; Erickson’s new play; Méhu on sex and leadership

Around Webster: Shah at TEDx Delft; Barnidge in Israel; Erickson’s new play; Méhu on sex and leadership

| June 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments for members of the Webster University community include:   Shah at TEDx Delft on Bijlmer Project Sheetal Shah, lecturer and head of the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Webster Leiden, was a speaker at TEDx Delft Women at the end of May, focusing on her “classroom outdoors” concept […]

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New Undergraduate, Graduate Programs Added for Fall 2015

New Undergraduate, Graduate Programs Added for Fall 2015

| May 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

From the latest in biotechnology and new media production to mastering the art of leading organizations through change, Webster University is launching a diverse selection of new programs as it enters its second century. The three undergraduate programs and six graduate degrees, all of which will be available for the Fall 2015 semester, are designed […]

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Around Webster: Grischany book on Wehrmacht; Preuss with alumni on genome; Solomon on freelancers; Reilly on adjunct development

Around Webster: Grischany book on Wehrmacht; Preuss with alumni on genome; Solomon on freelancers; Reilly on adjunct development

| May 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments for members of the Webster University community include: Grischany Presents Book on Austrians in the Wehrmacht Thomas Grischany, professor in International Relations at Webster Vienna, has published a new book, “Der Ostmark treue Alpensöhne: Die Integration der Österreicher in die großdeutsche Wehrmacht, 1938-45.” The book is a condensed German language […]

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Falconer Awarded Fulbright Scholar Grant in Public/Global Health

Falconer Awarded Fulbright Scholar Grant in Public/Global Health

| May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Jameca Falconer, adjunct faculty member in Multidisciplinary Studies at Webster University and director for Counseling and Psychological Services at Logan University, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant in Public/Global Health to lecture and train at University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus in Barbados during the 2015 academic year, the United States Department […]

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Excellence in Teaching: 2015 Kemper Award Winners Bauer, Goedereis, Davis, Jensen

Excellence in Teaching: 2015 Kemper Award Winners Bauer, Goedereis, Davis, Jensen

| May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

The William T. Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching is awarded each year to two full-time and two part-time faculty members at Webster University who demonstrate teaching at its finest. Nominated and supported by students and colleagues, they are selected by a committee of their peers for their outstanding teaching. The award is funded by […]

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Uxa Wins 2015 IR Thesis Award for Paper on Post-Conflict Justice in Africa

Uxa Wins 2015 IR Thesis Award for Paper on Post-Conflict Justice in Africa

| May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Molly Uxa (MA ’14) has won the 2015 Award for Best Graduate Thesis in International Relations, as determined through nominations and review from IR department heads across the Webster network. Uxa earned her Global Master of Arts in International Relations from Webster in 2014. Her thesis was titled “Post-Conflict Justice: Discovering Truth and Fostering Reconciliation […]

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Welsh Appointed Ombudsman to Thailand Campus

Welsh Appointed Ombudsman to Thailand Campus

| May 4, 2015 | 1 Comment

Keith Welsh, professor, Religious Studies, has been appointed ombudsman to the Thailand campus. He will work to improve communications between students, faculty and staff and also help the University address the most pressing issues identified in the recent internal review of the Thailand campus. Welsh will assume his new duties this summer. “His experience and […]

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Psychology Student’s Senior Thesis Selected for CUR Award

Psychology Student’s Senior Thesis Selected for CUR Award

| April 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

The senior thesis research project by Ryan Metzger, a Webster University senior majoring in psychology in the College of Arts & Sciences, was selected for a Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) award. The award will help fund Metzger’s presentation of his work at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) conference in Chicago. Metzger’s senior thesis, “Does […]

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Japanese Summer Festival May 1: Karaoke, food, games and more

Japanese Summer Festival May 1: Karaoke, food, games and more

| April 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Japanese Student Association (JSA) at Webster University invites members of the Webster community to its Japanese Summer Festival Friday, May 1, from 3:30-5 p.m. in the University Center’s Sunnen Lounge. “Since we are not meeting during summer, JSA will have the festival now,” said Aori Inoue-Rodriguez, Japanese teaching assistant for International Languages & Cultures. […]

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April 26 Guest Lecture: ‘France after Charlie Hebdo’

April 26 Guest Lecture: ‘France after Charlie Hebdo’

| April 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Centre Francophone and the St. Louis & Lyon Sister Cities present a Jacques Chicoineau Lecture, “France After Charlie Hebdo,” this Sunday, April 26, with guest speaker John Bowen. Bowen, a sociocultural anthropologist and the Dunbar-Van Cleve Professor in Arts & Sciences at Washington University St. Louis, is the author of several books, including “Can Islam Be […]

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