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Journal Staff Earns 21 Award Wins at MCMA Conference

April 13, 2017

The staff of the Webster University student newspaper, The Journal, received 21 awards from the Missouri College Media Association, including first place Sweepstakes Award in its division of college newspapers. This award acknowledges the most awards won overall. The six other first place awards included best website, news writing, column writing, feature photo, and entertainment and political cartoons.

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During her weeklong visit as Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Mercedes Tunstall delivered a public talk,

Wilson Fellow Talks Cybersecurity, Social Media, Finance with Students, Partners

April 11, 2016

Mercedes Tunstall concluded her visit to Webster University last week as the second Woodrow Wilson Fellow from the Council of Independent Colleges. She spent April 4-8 in St. Louis visiting faculty members, students, alumni and community members in several engaging occasions to discuss social media, privacy, legal issues and cybersecurity. Her background as a Washington attorney and FTC staff attorney lent great insight to students in legal studies, cybersecurity, human rights and communications and journalism courses.

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Faculty member Barry Hufker and students Beth Augustin and Kayla Rogers represented the audio production program at Hazelwood's 2016 STEM Fair.

Around Webster: Hwang on 1700s England, Austen; Barrett's 'Camera Obscura'; Corrigan on climate; Hufker audio production

March 09, 2016

Sheila Hwang presented in Oklahoma on her Faculty Research Grant about 18th-century England and will present Sunday, March 13, to the Jane Austen Society; Bill Barrett presented in Texas on his "camera obscura" research; Don Corrigan presented on climate change and weather; and Barry Hufker brought two students to represent the audio production program at the 2016 STEM Fair.

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Around Webster: Corrigan on radioactive landfill; Cuille on dance and poetry

November 06, 2015

School of Communications professor Don Corrigan has been heavily engaged in coverage and awareness of the radioactive West Lake Landfill issue. Lionel Cuille recently co-presented 'Exploring Dance through Poetry" with Dawn Karlovsky of Karlovsky and Company modern dance.

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