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In the News: Stroble on Ghana; Algieri on EU; Student on homelessness

December 12, 2018

President Stroble was Don Marsh's guest on "St. Louis On The Air" to discuss Webster and Ghana; the interview can be heard online. ... In an article published in Austria's Die Presse, Franco Algieri analyzed the recent calls for a European army by French president Emmanuel Macron and German chancellor Angela Merkel. ... Nurse Anesthesia student India Johnson's interview on homelessness outreach is now viewable online at The Pulse.

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Rita Duke and Megan Weber were selected for an oral presentation.

Nurse Anesthesia Students, Faculty Present at AANA Congress

October 22, 2018

Five posters were presented representing the research efforts of Webster University Nurse Anesthesia students at the America Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress in Boston. Two Webster students, Rita Duke and Megan Weber, were selected for an outstanding oral presentation of their research with nurse anesthesia faculty and research chair Ron Gaddis cheering them on.

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Jill Stulce demonstrates lab technology during a KSDK Newschannel 5 feature on the nurse anesthesia program.

In the News: Nurse anesthesia, cybersecurity, LouFest

September 14, 2018

Webster's Nurse Anesthesia program and Browning Hall were featured by NBC affiliate Newschannel 5, including an interview with program director Jill Stulce. ... Cybersecurity program lead Paul Frazier was part of an international TRTWorld roundtable on cyber attacks recorded out of London. ... Sports and Entertainment Management program lead was interviewed on St. Louis Public Radio about why the annual LouFest music festival was canceled.

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Steed leads a demo in a nurse anesthesia simulation lab.

Faculty Member Aids Effort to Increase Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia

June 29, 2016

Increasing diversity in nurse anesthesia is an on-going goal of the field, and Webster associate professor Martina Steed is helping lead the effort. She recently was a faculty panelist for the two-day Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia Mentorship event in Pittsburgh, where she also met with prospective students interested in Webster’s MS in Nurse Anesthesia program. "The goal of events like this is to increase diversity and draw more minority and underrepresented nurses into the profession.”

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From Left: Marti Steed, Mary Ann Drake, Susan Heady and Jenny Broeder

Alumna Named Pediatrics Nurse of the Year

October 14, 2015

Faculty members from the departments of Nursing and Nurse Anesthesia in the College of Arts and Sciences attended the March of Dimes Missouri Chapter’s Nurse of the Year gala on Oct. 10, in support of six Webster faculty, students and alumni nominated for this year’s Nurse of the Year Awards. Alumna Barbara Sicking '09 won the 2015 Nurse of the Year Award in the Pediatrics category.

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