Academic News

Dr. Donna Cartwright, Dr. Eric Rhiney, Outstanding Undergraduate Marketing Student from Webster University Rachel Mencel, and Dr. David Brennan

Outstanding Marketing Student Honored by Faculty at AMA Conference

February 22, 2018

Webster faculty and students from Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology marketing program attended the 57th Annual AMA Student Marketing Conference. The conference, sponsored by the St. Louis chapter of the American Marketing Association, was held in St. Louis on Feb. 16. The conference featured presentations by several regional marketing professionals.

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Writing Center Open to All Webster Community Members

February 21, 2018

The Writing Center and Online Writing Center gives students, faculty, and staff feedback on essays, projects, theses, dissertations, and professional articles. Students are encouraged to use the face-to-face Writing Center whenever possible for real-time feedback and discussion. Graduate students, online students, and students at extended and international campuses are encouraged to use the OWC for writing needs.

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Molly Stehn

News Around Webster: Stehn on 'Frozen'; Brown on dating violence; History, IR students present on gender

February 20, 2018

Molly Stehn was published in The Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. ... La Vera Brown presented on teen dating violence and received a leadership award at the North Carolina Counselor Association. ... Vienna international relations grad students Krista Price and Julia Zimmerman presented at the Vienna UN Conference on Gender Equality. ... History student Katie Lade will present in Birmingham at the conference on Bystanders And Complicity In Nazi Germany And The Jim Crow South.

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Cleo Parker Robinson (Photo by Michele Knudsen)

Webster Dance Hosts Guest Choreographer Cleo Parker Robinson

February 20, 2018

Webster University's Department of Dance will host guest choreographer Cleo Parker Robinson on Feb. 28 for an open rehearsal and an artist conversation on "Race and Gender in the Dance World." The events are free and open to the public, co-sponsored by Webster's Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies Committee and the Department of Dance.

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The festival celebrates band, choir, theater, and visual art

Choral Faculty Lead Festival Choirs from Tennessee to India

February 15, 2018

Department of Music faculty recently led festival choirs from Tennessee to New Delhi. Trent Patterson, director of Choral Studies, and Stuart Chapman Hill, director of Music Education, were invited guest conductors for the two-day Rutherford County Choral Festival in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, at the end of January. The following week, Hill was the first guest choral conductor in the history of the three-day Middle East South Asia Conference Senior Arts Festival (MESAC), held in New Delhi, India.

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