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Dr. Donna Cartwright, Dr. Eric Rhiney, Outstanding Undergraduate Marketing Student from Webster University Rachel Mencel, and Dr. David Brennan

Outstanding Marketing Student Honored by Faculty at AMA Conference

February 22, 2018

Webster faculty and students from Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology marketing program attended the 57th Annual AMA Student Marketing Conference. The conference, sponsored by the St. Louis chapter of the American Marketing Association, was held in St. Louis on Feb. 16. The conference featured presentations by several regional marketing professionals.

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Webster faculty in the news

In the News: Page, Woolf on school shootings; Ibroscheva on #metoo; Reddy on 'smart' gyms

February 19, 2018

Webster's Florida State counseling program director Kristin Page was interviewed by multiple local news outlets about how to respond to tragedies like last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida. ... Linda Woolf's article on the topic was one of Psychology Today's "Essential Reads" on Thursday. ... Exercise Science director Dave Reddy was in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the evolution of "smart" gyms. ... Elza Ibroscheva was quoted in Footwear News article about how the #MeToo movement challenges the marketing industry to diverge from "sex sells" policies.

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News around Webster

Around Webster: Wallner, Kleinman, Alakoc, Dinh-Trang

November 22, 2017

Tony Wallner co-edited two books and authored a chapter on chemistry curriculum. ... Burcu Pinar Alakoc received an International Studies Association award for her project on Syrian refugees in Turkey. ... The most recent installment of Kim Kleinman’s long term biographical project on the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Edgar Anderson was published at Science Direct. ... Thanh Dinh-Trang's paper was accepted for the Fulbright Association Conference.

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Walker School Students at the St. Louis AMA conference

Marketing Student Recognized at AMA Conference

March 02, 2016

Webster faculty and students from the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology's marketing program attended the 55th Annual Student Marketing Conference on Feb. 19. Kelsey Meyer, a senior marketing major, was recognized as the Outstanding Undergraduate Marketing Student from Webster University for the 2015-16 academic year.

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Webster alumnus Dave Mead and Netherlands campus director Jean Paul van Marissing

Alumnus Profile: Marketing in the Netherlands

January 25, 2016

Webster University alumnus Dave Mead, who graduated from the Leiden campus in 1994 with a BA in Strategic Marketing Management and Media Communication, has used the combined perspectives of American and Dutch education in his work for two companies and with charities. The leader of the Webster University Alumni Association the Netherlands is stepping down after nine years of service to create more time for his volunteer work.

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