Tag: Webster University School of Communications

In the News: Rocero talks gender issues; Rishe on sports betting; STLBJ on Ferguson; Corrigan’s book as model

In the News: Rocero talks gender issues; Rishe on sports betting; STLBJ on Ferguson; Corrigan’s book as model

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Rocero Discusses Transgender Issues, Inclusiveness on Channel 5 Wednesday night’s guest speaker Geena Rocero was interviewed live on NBC affiliate KSDK-TV to discuss the topics covered in her lecture at Webster University. Rocero, who has appeared in Macy’s catalogs, Hanes ads, a John Legend video […]

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Around Webster: Teeter ‘Lucky to be Me’; Cosic wins RAC fellowship; Alumni Emerson teaching awards; Howes’ business book

Around Webster: Teeter ‘Lucky to be Me’; Cosic wins RAC fellowship; Alumni Emerson teaching awards; Howes’ business book

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Teeter Brings ‘Lucky To Be Me’ Back Nov. 22 Conservatory of Theater Arts faculty member and renowned musical theatre performer Lara Teeter reprises his cabaret performance of Lucky To Be Me at the Gaslight Theatre Saturday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. After taking it to […]

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Around Webster: A&S trio on learning communities; Houk’s Williams play; Stiles on Ed Psychology; Eliceiri on religious literacy; Martin on instructional tech

Around Webster: A&S trio on learning communities; Houk’s Williams play; Stiles on Ed Psychology; Eliceiri on religious literacy; Martin on instructional tech

| November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Houk Artistic Director for Tennessee Williams Revival Carolyn Houk, School of Communications adjunct faculty member and former Conservatory of Theatre Arts student, is the artistic director for the St. Louis theatrical debut of “Stairs to the Roof,” one of St. Louis native Tennessee Williams’ […]

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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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Snapshots: PR Employer Tour Connects Students with Local Professionals

Snapshots: PR Employer Tour Connects Students with Local Professionals

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Public Relations students in Webster’s School of Communications received a window into the professional world as they toured three local organizations on Nov. 7, gathering tips and tricks of the PR trade. The event, sponsored by the Career Planning & Development Center and School of Communications, featured visits to FOCUS St. Louis, Osborn Barr, and […]

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In the News: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis On The Air’ Today; Jerry Mitchell Feature

In the News: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis On The Air’ Today; Jerry Mitchell Feature

| November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent and upcoming media coverage involving Webster University community members includes: Corrigan on ‘St. Louis on the Air’ for Media Literacy Week School of Communications professor Don Corrigan will be on St. Louis Public Radio’s  “St. Louis On The Air” with Don Marsh Monday from noon to 1 p.m., and you can listen live online. […]

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Snapshots: SOC Internship Expo Connects Students with Opportunities

Snapshots: SOC Internship Expo Connects Students with Opportunities

| November 5, 2014 | 1 Comment

Webster University School of Communications students turned out in force  for the 2014 Internship Expo on Oct. 30, with a full range of media and communication organizations in the fields of journalism, audio, visual, social media and strategic planning attending. The expo, hosted by the Center for Portfolio Development & Internships, providing opportunities for students […]

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SOC Alumnus Gets Larger Audience for Documentary

SOC Alumnus Gets Larger Audience for Documentary

| October 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

Released earlier this year, the documentary film Spanish Lake by Webster University alumnus Phillip Andrew Morton, a 2002 School of Communications graduate, follows the racism and housing issues of Spanish Lake, Missouri. Spanish Lake is located less than 10 miles away from Ferguson, which has captured news headlines across the nation as protestors have gathered […]

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Around Webster: West playwriting award; Bauman journalism award; Schoultz in Peace Corps; Bode at NLCS

Around Webster: West playwriting award; Bauman journalism award; Schoultz in Peace Corps; Bode at NLCS

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent professional news and accomplishments by Webster University community members include: Edele (Calamity West) Wins Playwriting Award Calamity West (the pen name of College of Arts & Sciences alumna Lizz Edele) has won a $25,000 arts award for playwriting from 3Arts in Chicago. She is one of 10 recipients, each awarded an unrestricted $25,000 for […]

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Serving the Community: Webster Student Literacy Corps Receives Grant from Maritz

Serving the Community: Webster Student Literacy Corps Receives Grant from Maritz

| October 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

St. Louis-based Maritz, a company that assists some of the world’s largest corporations to engage and inspire their employees, partners and customers, has awarded a $20,000 grant to Webster University’s Student Literacy Corps. The grant will support the work of student tutors during the 2014-2015 academic year. “Maritz has been a long-time supporter of the […]

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