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Webster Orlando staff

Snapshots: Orlando Grand Opening Downtown

August 12, 2016

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer joined Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble and Webster Orlando Director and Central Florida Regional Director Nick Spina and 200 others from the City of Orlando, Economic Developments Commission, local business leaders, and Webster alumni, faculty and staff to celebrate the grand opening of the new downtown Orlando campus on Tuesday, Aug. 2.

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Carter

Around Webster: Carter in England, Straubinger on CFHEA, Career Staff Awards, MOBIUS presentations, Woolf Keynote

July 13, 2016

Department of Music chair Jeffrey Carter is singing and leading his own choral music at two cathedrals in England; Orlando CRC Deborah Straubinger has been elected as president of the board of directors for the Central Florida Higher Education Alliance (CFHEA); Career Development's Marcie Schumert and Rebecca Nelson received awards from the Missouri Career Development Association (MoCDA); librarians Heidi Vix and Eileen Condon presented “Data-Driven Collection Review” at the MOBIUS, Psychology professor Linda Woolf will give the keynote address at the fifth annual Stanford Psychology One Conference July 14-15.

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In the News: Cross on Ferguson, Barnidge on Palestinian peace talks, Orlando-Spina profile, FAFSA

February 18, 2016

Remy Cross was quoted in a widely distributed Associated Press story on Ferguson and the Department of Justice, Nicolas Spina was profiled in the Orlando Business Journal as part of a story on Webster's relocation downtown, Robert Barnidge's post on Palestinian peace talks was published at the Times of Israel, and FAFSA Frenzy was noted in the St. Louis American.

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In the News: Arcade, Orlando, Qasem, Rodriguez, Smith

January 19, 2016

Recent news media coverage includes the Arcade Building opening, Islam Qasem's interview in Austrian newsmagazine Profil, Arnoldo Rodriguez on gas prices at Fox2, Don Corrigan's class in stltoday, the Orlando campus move, and Julie Smith's media literacy book.

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The Orlando campuses will be combined into one downtown location

Webster Orlando to Move Near Proposed Creative Village Downtown

December 16, 2015

Webster University will combine its two Orlando locations into a high-tech campus near site of proposed downtown redevelopment. The location is less than one block from the Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic basketball team, within walking distance from many major downtown corporations and only blocks away from the proposed Creative Village educational hub. The move is expected to happen in May.

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In the News: Arcade, Vienna, Orlando, Cybersecurity

October 15, 2015

The Arcade Building received a video tour at KSDK, Vienna's new partnership was in the media weekly Horizont, Webster Orlando's plans appeared in the Sentinel and Business Journal, cybersecurity appeared in InfoWorld, and the Chamber Singers' latest gig was in stltoday.

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