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Thommi Lawson, full-time faculty member at Myrtle Beach

News Around Webster: Henley, Tuncel, Lawson, Cosic

April 02, 2019

Charleston's Patricia Henley was honored her natural disaster preparation leadership efforts, including leading Charleston to be the first county in South Carolina to attain EMAP accreditation. ... Myrtle Beach's Thommi Lawson has published two papers, including one on using narrative therapy with trauma-exposed black youth. ... Ece Tuncel's "The Retrospective Imputation of Nefarious Intent," was selected to appear in the Best Paper Proceedings at the 2019 Academy of Management Meeting. ... Zlatko Cosic's films are screening in New York, Cuba and Italy this month.

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Browning Hall has won two more design awards.

In the News: Corley, Roberts, Media Literacy, Browning Hall

November 06, 2018

The St. Louis on the Air discussion with Webster faculty members Jessica Bellomo and Art Silverblatt and student Deja Lawson is available online. ... Kathy Corley was interviewed on Fox2 for her film, "One Toke Over the Line and Still Smokin," which screened at the St. Louis International Film Festival. ... Joe Roberts was interviewed on WalletHub about how small business owners can manage business credit cards rewards. ... Browning Hall was highlighted in stltoday for two design awards.

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David Carl Wilson

Wilson in LSE Business Review on Leadership Lessons from Philosophy

June 01, 2017

The London School of Economics Business Review featured an article by David Carl Wilson, dean emeritus and professor of philosophy, on the lessons philosophy can teach about leadership and management. Wilson addresses two recent books on philosophy in management and leadership that missed the mark.

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Consarnau

Vienna Campus Event Leads to Bloomberg Internship in London

May 12, 2017

Student Jaime Consarnau has landed a 10-week internship in London with Bloomberg, a major global provider of 24-hour financial news and information, after participating in an event hosted by the Business and Management department at the Vienna campus.

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Chavez

Luke AFB Student Earns CCME Scholarship

March 15, 2017

During the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, earlier this month, Luke Air Force Base graduate student Katie Chavez was selected as one of 15 recipients to receive a $1,000 scholarship. CCME offers students who are United States military members and veterans, as well as spouses of service members and veterans, the opportunity to apply for scholarships to assist them in completing their higher education degrees.

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News media coverage with Webster University faculty and staff

In the News: Cuille, Joe Schuster, van der Steege and Yang Fan

March 07, 2017

Endowed professor of French Lionel Cuille was profiled in the March 3 St. Louis Business Journal, Communications and Journalism professor Joe Schuster was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on former Cardinal Charlie Peete, and Madeleine van der Steege and Yang Fan were quoted on Webster Leiden's offerings for women entrepreneur development.

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Bond is profiled on page 26 of the Oct. 7-13, 2016 issue.

In the News: Bond honored as director; Hayes on ethics; Rhiney on Thanksgiving retail

October 11, 2016

Amelia Bond, chair of Webster University's board of trustees, was one of five regional leaders honored in the St. Louis Business Journal's 2016 Outstanding Directors Awards. Sister Jan Hayes, adjunct faculty member in the School of Communications, was on KTRS to discuss the ethics – or lack thereof – deployed in the current presidential race. Eric Rhiney, assistant professor, Management, was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on retailers' decision not to open on Thanksgiving.

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Anderson at Fort Leavenworth

Around Webster: Brutschin, Schubert; Yamnitz, Ferezan, Borgerding, Anderson

June 03, 2016

Vienna professors Elina Brutschin and Samuel Schubert published in ERSS on the geopolitics of the Arctic, Cindy Yamnitz appeared on a MOAHEAD disabilities services panel, Jodie Borgerding led Missouri librarians on Capitol Hill, Walker School faculty member Jeffrey Ferezan was honored for teaching impact, and Fort Leavenworth faculty member Dave Anderson was honored by the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.

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This year’s recipients are Emily Thompson, Rozan Riley, Mercedes Stephenson, Bruce Umbaugh

Excellence in Teaching: Kemper Winners Thompson, Umbaugh, Riley, Stephenson

May 10, 2016

The William T. Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching is awarded each year to two full-time and two part-time faculty members at Webster University who demonstrate teaching at its finest. This year’s recipients are Emily Thompson, Bruce Umbaugh, Rozan Riley and Mercedes Stephenson.

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Around Webster: Schollhammer, Hellinger, Barnidge, Woolf

March 04, 2016

Linda Woolf has the featured article in the February issue of the APA's Psychology Teacher Network, Ralph Schöllhammer published on technology's influence on future policy in the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Robert Barnidge lectured on presidential responses to terrorism at the Missouri History Museum, and Dan Hellinger published "Resource Nationalism and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela" in The Political Economy of Natural Resources and Development.

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