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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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Using microphones and computer algorithms to rapidly identify and quantify bee activity could reduce the tracking costs for farmers and conservationists.

Science Professor's Bee-Tracking Research in the News

June 12, 2017

The recently published study on bee tracking co-authored by Nicole Miller-Struttman is making news across the nation, with coverage in public radio and science-focused outlets. With declines in pollinating species of bees concerning scientists, environmentalists and farmers, Miller-Struttman's research using microphones and computers to track bees provides a safer, less time-consuming and less expensive way to track and quantify bee flight activity.

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Webster in the news

In the News: Polgar Israel feature; Solomon on media mergers; Hall on Comey; van Marissing on leadership

May 12, 2017

Susan Polgar was profiled in the Times of Israel feature, "The female chess grandmaster who checked male privilege," Eileen Solomon was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Sinclair's proposed purchase of Tribune Media, William Hall was quoted on Jeff Sessions' role in James Comey's firing, and Jean Paul van Marissing was interviewed for thoughts on leadership in the Dutch magazine, Hello Zuidas.

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Webster Wins Marketing Awards for Recruitment, Inclusion, Fundraising, Social Campaigns

April 14, 2017

Webster University won several marketing and communication campaign awards from Higher Ed Marketing and the Collegiate Advertising Awards. Webster received honors for undergraduate recruitment ("You, Unlimited"), diversity and inclusion advertising, social media ("Cooking Up a Quality Education" video), and alumni donor and faculty/staff campaigns (Calendar Year-End Fundraising).

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Webster University's student population has grown to reflect the increasingly diverse environment in which we now live, work and learn.

Serving as Champions of Diversity and Inclusion: Op/Ed by President Stroble

February 27, 2017

President Elizabeth Stroble penned an editorial about the importance of diversity and inclusion in for the Friday, Feb. 24, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "Success on our university campuses, in partnership with the communities we serve, and in our neighborhoods and workplaces demands that we embrace human differences while building on commonalities," she writes.

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The story appeared Feb. 16 with St. Louis Magazine photo illustration by Kevin A. Roberts.

In the News: Webster MBA student from Egypt profiled in St. Louis Magazine

February 22, 2017

"The faculty went out of their way to ensure that her transition was going smoothly." Webster University student Asmaa Hassan Ahmed Ali was profiled in St. Louis Magazine for her experiences since coming to St. Louis via an international scholarship program that helps Egyptian women earn MBAs.

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Webster the Netherlands Website Relaunched

January 27, 2017

After months of collaborative work from staff in Leiden and across the network, Webster University the Netherlands has relaunched its website with the aim of enhancing the user experience and providing visitors with an easier way to learn about Webster University, the only American university in the Netherlands.

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Showing Webster's Leiden campus to the world

Webster Student in Leiden Takes Over StudyInHolland on Instagram

November 03, 2016

Webster student Tre'Shawn Griffin is in the midst of a two-week "takeover" of the StudyInholland Instagram account by Nuffic, the organization for internationalizing education in the Netherlands. An American student studying international relations at the Leiden campus, Griffin is posting snapshots and thoughts about student life, living in the Netherlands, Leiden and Webster University. Follow along on Instagram @studyinholland.

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Michael Cottam, Sean Coleman, Janice Neal, Bill Houth and David Handrahan.

Western Region Directors Conference

August 10, 2016

Webster directors in the Western Region had their first annual conference last week, hosted by David Handrahan of the Luke Air Force Base location. The entire conference was filled with training as well as opportunities to brainstorm about new and innovative ways to reinvent extended campus operations, with participation via WebEx from key departments in St. Louis.

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Admissions, GMC Launch Virtual Campus Tour

May 26, 2016

The Office of Admission and Global Marketing and Communications have launched a virtual campus tour, offering a highly-engaging and interactive virtual reality experience that is expected to generate prospective student interest and increase conversion rates. This tool serves as a supplement to in-person, individualized campus visits and offers an additional resource for prospective students who cannot personally visit campus for any reason.

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The banners measure 31.5” wide x 78.5” tall.

GMC Offers Vertical University Banners For Event Use

March 29, 2016

Global Marketing & Communications invites members of the Webster University community to use one of its new vertical floor banners, at no charge. Measuring 31.5” wide x 78.5” tall, the banners are easy to use and come in an easy-travel case weighing only seven pounds. The height of the banners allows the Webster brand to be highly visible at a trade show or college event held in a crowded room.

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