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Webster alumnus Drew Jordan won a Pulitzer Prize as part of the New York Times' Visual Investigation Team

Pulitzer Prize

School of Communications alumnus Drew Jordan won a Pulitzer Prize this month as part of the New York Times' Visual Investigation Team, which analyzed multiple sources that captured Russian planes bombing hospitals and civilians in Syria.

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Steven Doty and his service dog Filos

Service Dog

Webster alumnus, current employee and Air Force Veteran Master Sgt. Steven Doty is raising awareness of PTSD in veterans by sharing his story about how he met his best friend and service dog, Filos.

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Webster University

On the Front Lines

Webster University is offering free use of North Hall to doctors and nurses who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and who need to live closer to Mercy South Hospital.

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Four nurse anesthesia students visited Guatemala in February to volunteer at a medical clinic

Guatemala Volunteers

Four 3rd-year Nurse Anesthesia students spent a week in San Raymundo, Guatemala in February as part of a medical mission trip with Refuge International.

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Recent News

Webster alumni Abigail Pfeiffer and Dominique Nadeau

Interracial Gay Couple Finds Love and Success after Webster

August 07, 2020

When Webster alumni Abigail Pfeiffer and Dominique Nadeau met each other the fall semester of their sophomore year, they never thought that they would be spending the rest of their lives together, but now the two are happily engaged. Pfeiffer, who majored in biology, and Nadeau, who majored in theatre studies and dramaturgy, have not only made successful careers for themselves after graduation, but also lives filled with love.

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Professor Linda Woolf was awarded the Charles L. Brewer Award for Distinguished Teaching of Psychology by the American Psychological Association/American Psychological Foundation

Webster Psychology Professor Receives National Distinguished Teaching Award

August 06, 2020

Professor Linda Woolf was awarded the Charles L. Brewer Award for Distinguished Teaching of Psychology by the American Psychological Association/American Psychological Foundation (APA) last month. Only one professor of psychology in the United States is selected for the award annually. It is considered one of the highest life-time achievement awards in the profession of psychology.

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Ece Tuncel

Around Webster: Tuncel, Link, Christeson, Cosic

August 06, 2020

Ece Tunce has a paper on negotiations published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. ... John Link was a featured presenter at the MidWest Association of Colleges and Employers Virtual Conference. ... A compendium of Con Christeson's reflection prompts are featured by the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA). ... Zlatko Cosic had films screening in Berlin and streaming this month at e-flux.

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Zoom

Information Technology Announces Beta Launch for Zoom

August 05, 2020

The Information Technology department recently announced that Webster University will launch Zoom as the new web conferencing solution. We have worked hard to make sure this option is available to you for the Fall 2020 semester. The Information Technology department is excited to announce a beta launch for faculty and staff, and access is now available. During this beta launch period, support will be limited and is intended to collect some early feedback on faculty and staff experience with the tool.

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