Tag: Webster University College of Arts & Sciences

Around Webster: Huang in Counseling Journal on PTSD; Wilson Named to MO Arts Council; Johnson Cano ’06 Met Premiere

Around Webster: Huang in Counseling Journal on PTSD; Wilson Named to MO Arts Council; Johnson Cano ’06 Met Premiere

| January 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Notable recent professional accomplishments by members of the Webster University community include: Huang’s PTSD Article Leads January Journal of Counseling and Development Hsin-hsin Huang, co-chair of the Professional Counseling Department in the College of Arts & Sciences, has the lead article in the January issue of the American Counseling Association’s Journal of Counseling and Development […]

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Cuban Theatre Duo Coming in February as Global Leaders in Residence

Cuban Theatre Duo Coming in February as Global Leaders in Residence

| January 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

This February, Webster University will welcome Cuba’s most celebrated theater duo – director Flora Lauten and playwright Raquel Carrio – as the College of Arts & Sciences 2015 Global Leaders in Residence. The co-founders of Cuban theater company Teatro Buendia will spend five weeks at Webster’s home campus, sharing their expertise in literary adaptation, translation and production […]

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Graphic Design Students Create Unique Mark for International Languages & Cultures

Graphic Design Students Create Unique Mark for International Languages & Cultures

| December 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

This semester, the International Languages and Cultures (ILC) Department in the College of Arts & Sciences worked with Webster University graphic design students to create a unique mark that characterized the philosophy and mission of the department. Associate professor Noriko Yuasa of the Art, Design and Art History in the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine […]

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Around Webster: Erickson’s ‘Snow Geese’ honored; ‘Latin Pulse’ on Venezuela; Rishe on NCAA bowl game market

Around Webster: Erickson’s ‘Snow Geese’ honored; ‘Latin Pulse’ on Venezuela; Rishe on NCAA bowl game market

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent accolades and accomplishments by the Webster University community include: Erickson’s ‘Snow Geese’ Honored Michael Erickson‘s short story “Snow Geese” – one of 2,000 submissions reviewed by writer and contest guest judge Ben Fountain — was awarded honorable mention in the 18th annual Zoetrope Short Fiction Contest. As a result, Erickson’s story will be sent […]

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Student Research on E-Cigarettes Wins at Undergraduate Psychology Conference

Student Research on E-Cigarettes Wins at Undergraduate Psychology Conference

| December 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

Two psychology students represented Webster University at the 10th Annual Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference, which was hosted by Lindenwood University Nov. 14-15. Kayla Theberge and Ian Simpson, received second place in the Empirical Posters Group 3 for their research on health psychology. Their student research work was titled “E-Cigarettes: Is the ‘E’ for Emerging Adults?” and […]

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In the News: Stroble in INSIGHT; Farish book among ‘Best of 2014,’ Conservatory Broadway World nominees

In the News: Stroble in INSIGHT; Farish book among ‘Best of 2014,’ Conservatory Broadway World nominees

| December 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Stroble Featured as Diversity Visionary in ‘INSIGHT Into Diversity’ Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble is featured in INSIGHT Into Diversity after receiving the Diversity Visionary Award from the magazine. This award honors individuals who have made significant past and present contributions to diversity […]

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Department of Psychology: Senior Thesis Presentation Sessions Dec. 11, 16

Department of Psychology: Senior Thesis Presentation Sessions Dec. 11, 16

| December 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Department of Psychology invites the university community to attend our Senior Thesis presentation sessions on Thursday, Dec. 11, from noon–1:45 p.m. in the Library Conference Room and Tuesday, Dec. 16, from 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the University Center Presentation Room. Compared to last year, this year saw nearly triple the students pursuing the Senior […]

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Around Webster: Power Suburb; Notabene’s CASE award; Sullivan on cybersecurity; Hellinger’s Latin America text; Rishe on MLB pricing

Around Webster: Power Suburb; Notabene’s CASE award; Sullivan on cybersecurity; Hellinger’s Latin America text; Rishe on MLB pricing

| December 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent accolades and accomplishments by the Webster University community include: Webster’s Home Ranked as ‘Power Suburb’ A national analysis of income and population changes calls Webster Groves, the St. Louis suburb where Webster University was founded in 1915, one of the nation’s top 12 “power suburbs.” The entry, as captured in the St. Louis Business […]

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Graphic Design Students Create Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies Brochure

Graphic Design Students Create Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies Brochure

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Graphic design students in the “Design for Good” (DESN 4200) course taught by Noriko Yuasa recently teamed with Webster’s Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies to create a new five-page program brochure. The project allowed the students to practice their skills on a for-print project, with the Institute as the “client.” Five teams of […]

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Faculty Candidate Presentations: Anthropology & Sociology

Faculty Candidate Presentations: Anthropology & Sociology

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Department of Anthropology and Sociology invites faculty and staff to meet candidates for a combined sociology/criminology position over lunch on the dates below. Lunch will be from noon – 12:50 p.m. each day, at the locations listed. The candidates are being considered for an assistant professor position and feedback from the community is considered […]

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