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Deadline Extended for Fall, Fall 1 Starfish Early Term Progress Survey

September 14, 2018

Deadline extended for current Starfish Early Term Progress Survey. Due to recent access issues to the Student Success Portal, powered by Starfish, the Early Term Progress Survey – Fall and Fall 1, 2018, which was set to expire at 11 p.m. CST on Monday, Sept. 17, has been extended to 11 p.m. CST on Friday, Sept. 21.

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Jill Stulce demonstrates lab technology during a KSDK Newschannel 5 feature on the nurse anesthesia program.

In the News: Nurse anesthesia, cybersecurity, LouFest

September 14, 2018

Webster's Nurse Anesthesia program and Browning Hall were featured by NBC affiliate Newschannel 5, including an interview with program director Jill Stulce. ... Cybersecurity program lead Paul Frazier was part of an international TRTWorld roundtable on cyber attacks recorded out of London. ... Sports and Entertainment Management program lead was interviewed on St. Louis Public Radio about why the annual LouFest music festival was canceled.

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Students working in interdisciplinary science building

Psychology Student Completes Competitive Research Experience

September 12, 2018

Webster University student Kathleen Lamb was one of nine students selected for the competitive eight-week Washington University Summer Research Experience in Aging and Neurological Diseases Program. This highly competitive opportunity has students conduct research on neurological conditions and diseases that often interplay with the aging process: stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and dementia.

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Katie Ervin directs the Fort Leavenworth campus location.

News Around Webster: Ervin, Kracen, McLaughlin, Weiner

September 11, 2018

Dorcas McLaughlin presented a training workshop at an international psychotherapy conference in Malmo, Sweden. ... Vienna's Seth Weiner completed work on the sound for a film in the ORF III: Pixel, Bytes and Film program. ... Amanda Kracen will speak on "Fighting Burnout" at a workshop at Washington University School of Medicine. ... Fort Leavenworth's Katie Ervin is co-chair of this Saturday's American Royal Red, White and ‘Que-A Salute to the Military.

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Condoleeza Rice

CHINA Town Hall: A videoconference featuring Condoleezza Rice

September 06, 2018

China Town Hall is a national conversation on China taking place in scores of communities throughout the United States and in Greater China. This year's event includes a national videoconference featuring former U.S. Secretary of State and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. Hosted in St. Louis by the Confucius Institute, locally the videoconference will be followed by an in-person lecture by Joan Kaufman, speaking on “China’s Current Health and Demographic Challenges.”

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Elsa Fan (right) will moderate the talk by Elanah Uretsky (left).

Confucius Institute Event: Doing Business in China

September 05, 2018

The Confucius Institute at Webster University will host an event, "What They Don't Teach You about Doing Business in China in Business School," on Wednesday, Sept. 26, on the main campus in Webster Groves. Hear from Elanah Uretsky, an anthropologist at Brandeis University whose research includes medical anthropology, HIV/AIDS, gender roles and disease transmission. A reception follows her talk, which is moderated by Elsa Fan, assistant professor of anthropology at Webster University.

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Freedom: The American Hustle

Webster Presents, 'Freedom: The American Hustle' a Multi-Media Exhibit

September 05, 2018

Webster University presents "Freedom: The American Hustle," a multi-media exhibit by St. Louis artists John K. Blair and Vaughn Davis Jr., at the Arcade Contemporary Art Projects at the Gateway campus. The opening reception is 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. The exhibit takes its title and much of its inspiration from seminal films from the 1970’s Blaxploitation genre, some of which will screen at the Webster Groves campus the weekend of Sept. 8-9. A panel discussion with the artists and Webster faculty members will be held Friday, Oct. 12, at the Arcade.

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Walker School Dean Simone Cummings was profiled in the St. Louis Business Journal.

In the News: Cummings featured; CMS on NPR; WILLOW in national news

September 04, 2018

Simone Cummings was featured in the St. Louis Business Journal on work-life balance. ... Coverage of WILLOW Project client Angel Stewart went national, with Associated Press stories appearing in outlets across the country. ... Community Music School student Jerry Chang's live performance will air along with an interview on NPR's From the Top this week.

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Geraghty-Rathert is professor of Legal Studies and director of the WILLOW Project.

In the News: Geraghty-Rathert on WILLOW Project, Angel Stewart Parole

August 30, 2018

Anne Geraghty-Rathert was interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio, Associated Press and the Riverfront Times about the case of Angel Stewart, a woman who has spent the past 25 years in prison despite suspicions that she was also a victim in the crime for which she was convicted. Stewart has been paroled by Missouri, with help form the WILLOW Project, but still has a life sentence in Iowa. Geraghty-Rathert is professor of Legal Studies and director of the Willow Project.

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Students watch the 'Meet the Artists' lecture

Webster Geneva 'Meet the Artist' Series Connects International Artists to Local Community

August 29, 2018

Webster University’s Geneva campus hosted the first season of a monthly "Meet the Artists" lunch lecture series this summer, giving artists the chance to present their work and creative process to an audience from the campus community as well as external guests. Each artist was also interviewed for a podcast. The series, which will return next year, was co-hosted by Webster University's Global Citizenship Program, the Webster Center of Creativity and Innovation, and the Department of Media Communications, and organized by Julianna Sandholm-Bark.

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Resume Drop-Off

Career Center Resume Drop-Off Service for Students

August 29, 2018

The Career Planning and Development Center (CPDC) is excited to introduce a new resume drop-off service for currently enrolled Webster University students. In-person or through e-mail, students can drop their resume off at the CPDC and receive feedback via e-mail within a week by a member of the CPDC team.

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Andrea Miller

News Around Webster: Miller on sociology; Liberati's grant; Cosic films

August 22, 2018

Andrea Miller organized a panel at the American Sociological Association’s preconference, “Incorporating Trans and Intersex Concepts and Activities into the Sociology Classroom," and was recognized for service to the ASA. ... Ryan Liberati received a professional development grant from the Illinois Counseling Association. ... Zlatko Cosic will have films screened at two international festivals in September.

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