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Global IR Student Orientation in Geneva

Global IR Student Orientation in Geneva

| January 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

A cohort of the Global M.A. in International Relations class gathered Jan. 16, their first day at Webster’s Geneva campus, for an orientation lunch hosted by Alexandre Vautravers, head of International Relations, International NGO, History & European Studies department in Geneva. Eighteen students attended the lunch, which provided them an opportunity to meet key staff […]

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Open House Shines Light on Geneva Campus

Open House Shines Light on Geneva Campus

| November 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

Prospective students and parents packed Webster University’s campus in Geneva for “Open Day” information sessions Wednesday, Nov. 9. The day featured information booths for undergraduate and graduate programs at the Geneva campus, as well as info on Webster’s award-winning study abroad program and residential life facilities. A panel of current students shared their Webster experiences […]

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Security Affairs Author Martin Van Creveld in Geneva

Security Affairs Author Martin Van Creveld in Geneva

| October 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

The author and military and social historian Martin Van Creveld delivers a guest lecture at Webster University’s Geneva campus Thursday, Oct. 20. Van Creveld is one of the best known and respected writers of strategic affairs. A social historian, he has revolutionized military history in the 1980s. He has addressed the evolution of leadership and […]

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Webster Counseling Conference Gathers in Geneva

Webster Counseling Conference Gathers in Geneva

| October 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Drawing practitioners from the Geneva-Lausanne area, the U.K., Ireland and the U.S. Webster University Geneva’s 2010 accreditation by ANSCO, the Swiss National Association of Counseling, formalized the Geneva counseling program’s dedication to establishing, developing, and upholding high standards in the counseling field in Europe. A little more than a year later, Webster Geneva has demonstrated […]

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Webster WINS Program Adds Cincinnati as Partner

Webster WINS Program Adds Cincinnati as Partner

| October 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Following a successful conference in Geneva, the Webster International Network School (WINS) program has expanded to include the University of Cincinnati (UC) as a partner institution. UC’s director of International Programs, Kurt Olausen, is pleased to affiliate with Webster University and looks forward to many future successes. “This partnership brings many new international opportunities to […]

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August 2011 Employee Spotlight

August 2011 Employee Spotlight

| October 5, 2011 | 1 Comment

Sharon Phillips, representative, Academic Advising, and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Gebre-Michael, student accounts manager, Webster-Geneva, share the Employee Spotlight honors for August 2011. Sharon Phillips‘ career with Webster began in 1990 when she was hired as an admission counselor, a position she held for several years before moving out of state. She eventually moved back to St. […]

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Geneva Counseling Conference to Kick Off with ‘The Last Survivor’

Geneva Counseling Conference to Kick Off with ‘The Last Survivor’

| October 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

Webster University Geneva’s previously announced first Counseling Conference, “Building Bridges: Individuals and Families in Transition,” kicks off later this month with the showing of Michael Pertnoy and Michael Kleiman film The Last Survivor. The film, screened Oct. 19 at 6 p.m., will be followed by a roundtable discussion, moderated by Joe Pirri, and a cocktail […]

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Webster Geneva Workshop: Getting the Best from Your Creative Team

Webster Geneva Workshop: Getting the Best from Your Creative Team

| September 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

What cultural considerations are specific to international media production? How can a manager use a team’s diversity to produce effective socially responsible media content that works across cultures? The Department of Media Communications at Webster University’s Geneva campus is holding an international media management workshop that addresses these questions.

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Webster Geneva Students Climb Mont Blanc, Honor a Friend

Webster Geneva Students Climb Mont Blanc, Honor a Friend

| September 14, 2011 | 1 Comment

Two Webster Geneva students recently climbed the tallest mountain in the Alps, one of them doing it to honor a late friend and fellow Webster student. Zach Lovell, from St. Louis, Mo., conceived the idea to ascend Mont Blanc as he prepared to study abroad at Webster’s campus in Geneva, Switzerland. The climb was a […]

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Oct. 19-21: Webster Geneva International Counseling Conference

Oct. 19-21: Webster Geneva International Counseling Conference

| September 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

On Oct. 19-21, Webster Geneva will hold its first International Counseling Conference titled, “Building Bridges: Supporting Individuals and Families in Transition.” The program includes a series of keynote speakers, panel discussions and workshops with a range of experienced psychologists and practitioners from the Geneva-Lausanne-area, the United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States.

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