Tag: Webster University Geneva

Expanded Geneva Summer Clusters Offer Study Abroad, Learning Community Opportunities for Students

Expanded Geneva Summer Clusters Offer Study Abroad, Learning Community Opportunities for Students

| February 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Following the success of the cluster of three courses Webster University Geneva offered students last summer on the subject of Sustainability, this year the Geneva campus will expand its offer of special clusters. These clusters of three courses each are open to all undergraduate students in the Webster University network. Ron Daniel, Webster Geneva academic […]

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Geneva Photography, Media Students Capture Museomix’s 1st Event in Switzerland

Geneva Photography, Media Students Capture Museomix’s 1st Event in Switzerland

| November 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

Webster University Geneva students in the Photography Program and the Media Department recently had a unique opportunity to play a part in expanding how museums and the community interact. The students in School of Communications programs spent three days documenting Museomix for its first event in Switzerland. Museomix encourages visitors to see museums and their […]

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Geneva-St. Louis Simulcast: Stefan Bomhard of Bacardi Sept. 29 for Walker Speaker Series

Geneva-St. Louis Simulcast: Stefan Bomhard of Bacardi Sept. 29 for Walker Speaker Series

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Webster University students, faculty and staff in Geneva and St. Louis will have a chance to hear from Stefan Bomhard of Bacardi on Sept. 29: Geneva in person, St. Louis via a live video feed in Loretto Hall. Bomhard, the European president of Bacardi, will deliver his presentation, “A Family’s Secret to Success.” He is […]

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Around Webster: Geneva Doctorates; McElwee Piece Opens Public Media Commons; Student Chemistry Research; Ruzicka at NEA Network

Around Webster: Geneva Doctorates; McElwee Piece Opens Public Media Commons; Student Chemistry Research; Ruzicka at NEA Network

| September 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Three Geneva Faculty Awarded Doctorates Three faculty members at Webster University Geneva were awarded doctorates earlier this year, following research covering a variety of business topics at universities from France to Serbia. Viktor Polic, adjunct faculty of Computer Science at Webster Geneva, defended his […]

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Snapshots: New Student Orientation around the World

Snapshots: New Student Orientation around the World

| August 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Each fall, New Student Orientation for undergraduates is a maze of activity at Webster University campuses around the world. Activities range from move-ins, ice-breakers, guest speakers, local food and introductions to the various staff and services available on campus that help make each student’s Webster experience a success. With this year’s orientations wrapped up and […]

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Webster Geneva Students Study Art History in Istanbul

Webster Geneva Students Study Art History in Istanbul

| July 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Global Citizenship Program has led to a variety of courses specifically designed to prepare students with the skills needed to meet the demands of high-impact learning in this interconnected and global century. Once such offering at Webster’s Geneva campus is an art history course that included a one-week study abroad component to Istanbul, Turkey, […]

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Geneva, Vienna Students Explore Sustainability Issues in Innovative Summer Cluster

Geneva, Vienna Students Explore Sustainability Issues in Innovative Summer Cluster

| July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

This summer term Webster Geneva offered a cluster of classes around the theme of sustainability, attended by students from the Geneva and Vienna campuses. Studying together, these Webster University students composed a learning community that explored the ethical, scientific and sociological aspects of the subject, culminating in a field trip to the Grande Dixence Dam […]

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Webster Geneva Hosts 1st Event in FIDE Chess for Girls Series, Draws TV Coverage

Webster Geneva Hosts 1st Event in FIDE Chess for Girls Series, Draws TV Coverage

| June 30, 2014 | 2 Comments

Last week was a busy — yet intentionally “quiet” — one at Webster University Geneva’s campus. The campus was host for the first of three prestigious events this summer in the “Chess for Girls” series, where Webster University chess coach Susan Polgar is conducting weeklong training capped by tournaments among the world’s top young female […]

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Around Webster: McMullen to APBS Board; Thomas’, Mansager’s Psychology Text; Eliceiri on Religion

Around Webster: McMullen to APBS Board; Thomas’, Mansager’s Psychology Text; Eliceiri on Religion

| June 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and honors for Webster University community members include: McMullen Elected to Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS) Board Victoria McMullen, associate professor in the School of Education, has been elected to the executive board of the Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS). APBS has a membership of 900 with chapters in several […]

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Students Experience Multiple Eras of Photography on Tuscany Study Trip

Students Experience Multiple Eras of Photography on Tuscany Study Trip

| May 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

For the eighth consecutive year, students at Webster University are engaged in a for-credit photography course involving travel to Italy’s Tuscany region. The class, offered through Webster University Geneva, usually consists of four students from the Webster University Geneva campus and four students from the Webster St. Louis campus. The students are accompanied by Webster […]

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