Tag: Webster University College of Arts & Sciences

Around Webster: Visionary Awards; Brutschin’s conflict research; Barnidge’s Pakistan workshop; Ehrhard student employment coordinator

Around Webster: Visionary Awards; Brutschin’s conflict research; Barnidge’s Pakistan workshop; Ehrhard student employment coordinator

| March 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments for members of the Webster University community include: Pollock, Nadal MA ’75 Named 2015 Visionary Award Winners Kelly Pollock, adjunct faculty member, and Cecilia Nadal (MA ’75), were among the seven women recognized for the 2015 Saint Louis Visionary Awards. Pollock, executive director of COCA, was honored as Outstanding Arts […]

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In the News: Schubert on ISIS, Pollak on EU; Chess in NY Times; WILLOW in RFT

In the News: Schubert on ISIS, Pollak on EU; Chess in NY Times; WILLOW in RFT

| March 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Geraghty-Rathert’s WILLOW Project in RFT The Riverfront Times ran a full feature on the Community Coalition for Clemency and  The Women Initiate Legal Lifelines to Other Women, or WILLOW Project, founded by Anne Geraghty-Rathert, associate professor of Legal Studies and Chair of Women and Gender […]

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GLA Day 2 Focus: Exploring Student Services, and Philosophers on Leadership

GLA Day 2 Focus: Exploring Student Services, and Philosophers on Leadership

| March 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

The second day of the Global Leadership Academy 2015 cohort’s meeting in St. Louis focused on a theme that will be carried throughout the year: Serving Students. The stage for exploring that theme was set by Ted Hoef, dean of Students, who joined the fellows for breakfast and presented an overview of Student Services. He […]

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Around Webster: Green’s Trio grant; Sharp’s adjunct role; Kleinman on musical brain; Cuille on WWI

Around Webster: Green’s Trio grant; Sharp’s adjunct role; Kleinman on musical brain; Cuille on WWI

| March 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments for members of the Webster University community include:  Walker School Selects Sharp for Adjunct Administrator Role Lori Sharp has been named the Adjunct Faculty Administrator for the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology. The position supports the Walker School’s strategy to “build structure and processes to attract, retain, […]

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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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German Language Students Present Brecht’s Lindbergh Play on Galaxy Radio March 4

German Language Students Present Brecht’s Lindbergh Play on Galaxy Radio March 4

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Webster University students in the advanced German course will present a radio play about Charles Lindbergh in German on Webster’s Galaxy Radio at 2:45 Wednesday, March 4. Cody Helms, Chandler Waite, Clara Oberneufemann and Will Johnson present: Der Ozeanflug (“The Flight across the Ocean”), a “Lehrstueck” (teaching play) by the German dramatist Bertolt Brecht, inspired […]

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‘Making Art in Cuba’ Frames CIE Talk with Global Leaders in Residence March 3

‘Making Art in Cuba’ Frames CIE Talk with Global Leaders in Residence March 3

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Join the Center for International Education, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the Office of Corporate Partnerships as Global Leaders in Residence Flora Lauten and Raquel Carrio share their experience as working artists in Cuba, one of the world’s last remaining communist states. A Cuban-inspired lunch will be provided for this event on March […]

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10 New Graduate Certificate Programs Reflect Changes in Society, Careers

10 New Graduate Certificate Programs Reflect Changes in Society, Careers

| February 27, 2015 | 1 Comment

Webster University is launching 10 new certificate programs for adults with college degrees who seek additional training to advance in their careers. The new programs reflect recent changes in society, from technological advancements to shifting demographics in many communities. The certificates are designed to be stand-alone or a stepping-stone to an advanced degree. They are […]

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Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grants: Spring 2015 recipients announced, Summer/Fall applications due April 13

Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grants: Spring 2015 recipients announced, Summer/Fall applications due April 13

| February 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Office of the Provost and Office of Academic Affairs are pleased to announce that proposals are now being accepted from students for the Provost’s Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant Program for funding to be used in the Summer/Fall 2015 semesters. The deadline for applications has been extended to April 13. “Thanks to committed faculty members […]

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In the News: Cross on looting behavior; Carter on Webster music; Alum leads STL elections

In the News: Cross on looting behavior; Carter on Webster music; Alum leads STL elections

| February 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Cross on Fox2 about Looters’ Behavior in Ferguson Fox’s St. Louis affiliate Fox2 News has been reviewing footage of looting amid last year’s Ferguson protests, as a way “for law enforcement and criminologists to take a closer look at their behavior.” For the criminology angle, […]

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