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Undergraduate Research Conference: ‘Taking the Lead’ April 18

Undergraduate Research Conference: ‘Taking the Lead’ April 18

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Please join us for the inaugural “Taking the Lead” undergraduate research conference on Friday, April 18, in the University Center Sunnen Lounge. Students presenting at this competitive conference are actively immersed in collaborative research projects with faculty, which has been identified as a high-impact educational practice. This conference seeks to increase awareness of such opportunities […]

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ILC ‘Food from around the World’ Day: I Love Cookies, April 7

ILC ‘Food from around the World’ Day: I Love Cookies, April 7

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The first Monday of every month, the Department of International Languages and Cultures in the College of Arts & Sciences will celebrate and explore food from around the world. This month, the food is cookies from various cultures. From noon – 1 p.m. on Monday, April 7, feel free to stop by the third floor […]

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Around Webster: Meyer Named Nat’l Park Artist in Residence; U.N. Picks Vautravers for Research; Collins a U.S. Magistrate Judge

Around Webster: Meyer Named Nat’l Park Artist in Residence; U.N. Picks Vautravers for Research; Collins a U.S. Magistrate Judge

| March 26, 2014 | 1 Comment

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Meyer to Record Score as Petrified Forest Artist in Residence Victoria “Tori” Meyer, assistant professor in Audio Aesthetics & Technology in the Webster University School of Communications, has been named an Artist in Residence 2014 for the Petrified Forest National Park. As part of […]

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‘Can Democracy Cure Capitalism?’ Wolff Speaks as Global Leader in Residence April 8

‘Can Democracy Cure Capitalism?’ Wolff Speaks as Global Leader in Residence April 8

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Economist Richard D. Wolff will offer a critique of the United States’ economic system in a lecture titled “Can Democracy Cure Capitalism?” in his visit to Webster University’s home campus as part of the University’s Global Leader in Residence program. The event, at 6 p.m. April 8 in the Winifred Moore Auditorium, is free and open […]

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Invitations to Meet Faculty Candidates in Nurse Anesthesia, Professional Counseling

Invitations to Meet Faculty Candidates in Nurse Anesthesia, Professional Counseling

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Upcoming opportunities to meet candidates for open faculty positions include: Nurse Anesthesia Faculty Candidate:March 27, RSVP by March 26 The Department of Nurse Anesthesia is hosting on-campus interviews for a full-time faculty position. We invite you to meet our second candidate at 12 p.m. Thursday, March 27, for lunch. Those interested in attending the candidate […]

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Webster University, St. Louis Community College Enter Articulation Agreement for Biotechnology, Research Students

Webster University, St. Louis Community College Enter Articulation Agreement for Biotechnology, Research Students

| March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University and St. Louis Community College (STLCC) have entered into an articulation agreement that formalizes a process whereby students pursuing an AAS in Biotechnology at STLCC can easily transfer credits to earn a BS in Biological Sciences with an Emphasis in Research and Technology at Webster. According to Christina Gilbert, Transfer and Articulation coordinator […]

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Around Webster: Vocal Students Win UAO Scholarships; Hancock on LGBT Issues; Bogosian, Simmons ’00 Paintings on Exhibit

Around Webster: Vocal Students Win UAO Scholarships; Hancock on LGBT Issues; Bogosian, Simmons ’00 Paintings on Exhibit

| March 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Webster Students Shine at 2014 Union Avenue Opera Crescendo Awards At the 2014 Union Avenue Opera Crescendo Awards last weekend, Randell McGee, a student of Carole Gaspar, director of Vocal Studies,  and James Stevens, a student of assistant professor Martha J. Hart, took two […]

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In the News: Rosenblum on Ukraine-Russia Conflict; Alum Sean Leahy’s Ice Sculptures

In the News: Rosenblum on Ukraine-Russia Conflict; Alum Sean Leahy’s Ice Sculptures

| March 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Rosenblum on Russia-Ukraine Situation Warren Rosenblum, professor in the College of Arts & Sciences’ Department of History, Politics, and International Relations, appeared on the “Ask the Expert” segment of KTRS 550-AM radio’s “The Martin Kilcoyne Show” Tuesday, March 4, to discuss the unfolding situation in […]

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History Panel with Rep Premier: Economic and Social Upheaval in 1970s America

History Panel with Rep Premier: Economic and Social Upheaval in 1970s America

| March 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University and The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis invite members of the community to an afternoon with writer and historian Jefferson Cowie and College of Arts & Sciences professors John Chappell and Allan MacNeill for a panel discussion on the economic and social upheavals of 1970s America. The panel discussion occurs in conjunction with […]

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In the News: MacNeill on Minimum Wage; Cuille on St. Louis French Pronunications

In the News: MacNeill on Minimum Wage; Cuille on St. Louis French Pronunications

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: MacNeill on Economics of Raising Minimum Wage After recently appearing in Jefferson City to testify for a hearing about the minimum wage in Missouri, economics professor Allan MacNeill, of Webster’s George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, penned an op/ed which ran in the […]

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