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Around Webster: Jensen on debate; Nomikos on Balkans; Rosen on sims in teaching; Wiggins on fake news

September 14, 2017

Scott Jensen published two articles in forensic journals and will present a paper next week. ... John Nomikos edited "Intelligence Beyond the Anglosphere: Mediterranean and Balkan Regions." ... Amanda Rosen published a journal article on using games and role-playing exercises to teach research methods in political science, and will present a workshop on the topic. ... Bradley Wiggins published an analysis of "fake news as a socio-cultural and political phenomenon."

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International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics

Löwstedt, Wiggins, Schwärzler-Brodesser, Rockwell in International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics

June 05, 2017

Webster University School of Communications faculty members Anthony Loewstedt, Bradley Wiggins, Monika Schwärzler-Brodesser and Rick Rockwell have papers in the latest edition of the International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics. Loewstedt and Wiggins co-edited the special issue, with several of the papers originating at the annual Media Trends conference held in Vienna. They teach at Webster's Vienna campus, while Rockwell is based in St. Louis.

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radio

Radio Preservation Task Force Speaker Feb. 22

February 20, 2017

The School of Communications welcomes Josh Shepperd, the national director of the Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force, for a discussion on key issues in the humanities, such as historical memory and advocacy for cultural visibility. Shepperd will present a lecture, Radio Preservation and Locating the Missing Voices of U.S. Cultural History, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. in the East Academic Building, room 102.

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Speakers at the lecture on perceptions of Africa

Ghana Faculty Lecture on Africa's Perception Around the World

November 28, 2016

Most people who live outside of Africa fail to truly understand this rich, complex, and diverse continent. Globally, it is perceived as a land plagued by poverty, war, diseases, etc. Webster's Ghana campus hosted a public lecture with faculty discussing how these perception of Africa are shaped largely by how it is portrayed by the media.

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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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