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In the News: Miller-Struttmann's bees, Cross on Minneapolis, Rumenjak on IR, MBAs in Egypt

July 24, 2017

Nicole Miller-Struttmann's research on tracking bees received additional coverage from the Associated Press and St. Louis Post-Dispatch. ... Remy Cross was quoted in AP stories about the Minneapolis Police Department after a fatal shooting of a woman who had called 911 ... Webster Leiden lecturer Nives Rumenjak was consulted for an IAmExpat profile about the international relations program. ... Seven Webster MBA grads were among 52 welcomed home through a joint U.S.-Egypt program for women scholars.

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Webster University mentions in the news

In the News: Khoo on Africa; Cross on workforce automation; Drag performer storytime

May 04, 2017

Remy Cross was quoted in the Washington Post about the impact on the workforce of automation, Agnes Khoo was interviewed on Ghana national TV about Africa's place in a potential global conflict, and the recent "Drag Performer Storytime" event at the home campus was featured with multiple alumni in the Riverfront Times.

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Stroble on education, van Marissing on Dutch law, Cross on protests

In the News: Stroble in Post, van Marissing on Dutch radio, Cross in Sacramento Bee

February 23, 2017

Webster University President Beth Stroble was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on a Chamber effort to make St. Louis a top-10 education region, Leiden director Jean Paul van Marissing was interviewed on Dutch national radio about a law affecting the telecom sector, and Criminology faculty member Remy Cross was interviewed by the Sacramento Bee on the impact of protest movements in the United States.

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Student turnout for the Residential Life Debate Watch Party spilled over into a second building.

In the News: Jensen, Karins on debate; Shah on Brexit, Trump; Cross, Barnidge on terrorism

September 27, 2016

Gina Jensen was interviewed on debate strategy ahead of the first presidential debate, Journal news editor Jessica Karins was quoted in USA Today about student reactions to the debate, Sheetal Shah wrote an article on the psychology of movements behind Brexit, Trump and Wilders, Remy Cross discussed counter-terrorism measures on St. Louis On The Air, and Robert Barnidge wrote a column on religious ideology and characterizations of the motivation behind acts of terrorism.

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Webster in the News

In the News: African-American chess players, Remy Cross 'On the Air,' Dutch youth champ

September 22, 2016

Webster freshmen Josh Colas and Justus Williams were the focus of a major feature story on young African-American chess players in The Undefeated, ESPN's African-American sports and culture site, sociology and criminology professor Remy Cross will be interviewed live on KWMU’s “St. Louis on the Air” on Friday, Sept. 23, and World Youth Chess Championship contestant Anna Maja Kazarian was on Dutch National Radio discussing Webster University and Susan Polgar.

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News media coverage highlighting Webster University

In the News: Cross on Milwaukee; Lyon on entrepreneurship; Clewell's new poetry; Chamber Singers in K.C.

August 22, 2016

Remy Cross was interviewed in a widely distributed Associated Press story on riots in Milwaukee, Little Rock's Kelly Lyon penned an article on higher education's role in entrepreneurship, English professor David Clewell talked with the Webster-Kirkwood Times about his new book of poetry, and the Chamber Singers' date with Josh Groban was covered in the Kansas City Star concert review.

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In the News: Cross on Ferguson, Barnidge on Palestinian peace talks, Orlando-Spina profile, FAFSA

February 18, 2016

Remy Cross was quoted in a widely distributed Associated Press story on Ferguson and the Department of Justice, Nicolas Spina was profiled in the Orlando Business Journal as part of a story on Webster's relocation downtown, Robert Barnidge's post on Palestinian peace talks was published at the Times of Israel, and FAFSA Frenzy was noted in the St. Louis American.

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