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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

Leiden

Leiden: 'The Human Side of Presenting/Lecturing Online' Virtual Presentation

September 24, 2020

Staff and faculty at Webster University Leiden joined an online workshop, "The Human Side of Presenting/Lecturing Online," on Sept. 15-16. These workshops were offered by Jonathan Talbott, senior faculty in the GCP and Media Studies department, who has coached more than 250 TED and TEDx talks that have achieved millions of hits online. The workshop stemmed from the constructive feedback received during the Leiden faculty meeting in July, and to facilitate Hyflex/remote teaching for students in a way that utilizes teaching tools effectively.

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Book Circle

Read, Reflect, Discuss: Join the Chancellor's Book Circle in 2020-21

September 24, 2020

Chancellor Beth Stroble invites Webster University faculty and staff throughout the global campus network to join her for the Chancellor’s Book Circle, a new venue for engagement via Zoom to provide another avenue for members of our community to connect across campuses and departments in an informal, collegial environment. The first selection is “Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men,” by Caroline Criado Perez. The book is available at no cost, with the Zoom meeting on Oct. 14.

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Jonah Mixon-Webster

Around Webster: Mixon-Webster in Harper's, Williams voting PSA, Kwon on Ferguson, Ellard NCLCA

September 24, 2020

Jonah Mixon-Webster has three poems published in the September issue of Harper's Magazine. ... Jong Bum Kwon co-edited and contributed to an issue of the journal, American Ethnologist, centered on Ferguson. ... Gwyneth Williams participated in Public Service Announcement for the City of St. Louis encouraging people to vote. ... Erica Ellard contributed to a special issue of the journal, The Learning Assistance Review, about higher education’s response to the novel coronavirus.

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