News Articles

Chancellor Beth Stroble

In the News: Stroble on Suggs Scholars; Webster value in WalletHub; Cooper, Stephenson on pandemic

October 22, 2020

Chancellor Beth Stroble was interviewed live on KMOX and in the St. Louis American about Webster's Suggs Scholars. ... Mercedes Stephenson was interviewed by Red Latina on the pandemic's impact on the Latino community. ... Jameca Woody Cooper was quoted in USA Today about the fate of community policing during the pandemic. ... WalletHub ranked Webster University among the "top performing schools with the lowest possible cost for undergraduates" in Missouri.

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Amanda Kracen

Around Webster: Kracen research; Dixon panel on diversity; apprentice teaching

September 14, 2020

Amanda Kracen and several Webster alumni who were her research assistants co-published a paper on psychologists providing clinical care in psycho-oncology. ... Trezette Dixon appeared on a special panel discussion on a Society for Human Resource Management panel, "Diversity Despite Disruption." ... A Medium interview with MAT graduate Betsy McMahon discusses teaching during the pandemic and how the School of Education helped students navigate field experiences during these unique times.

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Hall

In the News: Hall on Bush-Clay; Liberati on children in pandemic; Alum book; Rodak

August 13, 2020

A story quoting Bill Hall on a prominent Congressional primary appeared in more than 300 newspapers in the United States...Ryan Liberati was interviewed live on Fox2 about the effects of the pandemic on children. ... Webster Alumnus Willie (Mac) McDaniel was featured in several newspapers for his book chronicling his childhood in 1950s Selma, Alabama. ... Dawn Rodak, campus director for Webster's Melbourne Metropolitan location, wrote an article in Space Coast Business.

tags: academics, employee news, faculty, webster life, in the news, psychology, counseling, political science, webster today, extended campus, alumni

Positive Psychology and Learnings About Our Mental Health During the Lockdown

Positive Psychology and Learnings About Mental Health During the Lockdown

August 11, 2020

In the past fifteen years, positive psychology and the use of positive psychology interventions have seen a surge of public interest. The western cultural narrative around taking care of one’s mental health has partly shifted from being a taboo to becoming a trendy topic. Western millennials and generation Z have to some extent freed themselves from previous generations' stigma around mental health and seeking professional help to improve well-being.

tags: vienna, psychology, extended campus, global

Jameca Sooper was the guest on Aug. 5.

Jameca Woody Cooper addresses racism and mental health on Webster Speaks

August 07, 2020

To be Black in America is to constantly walk on eggshells, to live within a construct of racial inequity, and the daily feeling of personal and secondhand trauma – issues that are only exacerbated by the effects of COVID-19. That is how Jameca Woody Cooper, PhD, MA, characterized the effects of racism on mental health in the Aug. 5 edition of Webster Speaks: Dialogues on RACE, EQUITY and INCLUSION. Watch an enhanced replay of the episode here.

tags: faculty, school of education, webster life, diversity and inclusion, webster speaks, psychology, school psychology, webster today

Warren Rosenblum

In the News: Rodney, Rosenblum, Smith, Cooper

June 29, 2020

Warren Rosenblum was interviewed on NBC affiliate KSDK and KWRH radio about the historical context of Christopher Columbus and Confederacy monuments and their removal. ... Jameca Woody Cooper was interviewed by MEL Magazine on “How to Use Motivational Interviewing Tactics to Make People Realize They’re Wrong." ... Julie Smith was on the “Persons of Interest” podcast on how to debunk false info on social media. ... Basiyr Rodney penned an op-ed in the newsletter for the PanAfrican Ahmadiyya Muslim Association USA.

tags: academics, college of arts and sciences, employee news, faculty, in the news, media literacy, psychology, history politics and international relations, school of communications, school of education

Pease

Effects of Global Pandemic: Webster World Report Podcast 10

June 26, 2020

The tenth edition of the Webster World Report features a discussion with two of Webster’s international relations faculty, Kelly-Kate Pease and Franco Algieri, about the current state of diplomacy, police brutality, and human rights in the U.S. in the wake of the George Floyd protests. The news segment of the program features short audio with Webster University Ghana's Christa Sanders and Mjiba Frehiwot, and Amanda Kracen of the Psychology Department discusses stress relief during the pandemic.

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Mansouri

In the News: Ridenhour in Post; Woody Cooper, Mansouri on Medium

June 02, 2020

Student-athlete Jason Ridenhour was featured for his achievements on being named All-American athlete by the NCAA on the front page of the sports section in St. Louis Post-Dispatch.... Jameca Woody Cooper published a post on Medium about how COVID-19 is disproportionately impacting low-income and minority communities in the United States... Soheil Mansouri published a piece on Medium about the growing need for more English as a Second Language instructors in the classroom.

tags: employee news, faculty, webster today, psychology, esl, in the news, school of education, students, athletics, track and field

Christina

In the News: Stroble on commencement, Stewart in Wash. Post, Falconer on remote treatment

April 21, 2020

Chancellor Beth Stroble was interviewed on Pulse about Webster's virtual commencement plans. ... School of Communications adjunct faculty member Christina Stewart, aka "Steenz," was profiled in the Washington Post as one of the few black female cartoonists to have a regular comic strip in a mainstream newspaper. ... Jameca Falconer was quoted in American Psychological Association news about the challenges for psychologists treating patients remotely during the pandemic.

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Joe Roberts

In the News: Roberts on small business, Reddy on exercise, Falconer on anxiety

April 20, 2020

Listen to Joe Roberts' interview on St. Louis Public Radio about resources small businesses can access to get through the loss of revenues during the pandemic. ... Dave Reddy was on Fox 2 discussing exercises people should be doing while following stay-home orders. ... Jameca Falconer was quoted in the AARP newsletter and in Mother Jones about reducing fear and anxiety and handling social isolation during these difficult times.

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Alexanderia Smith

Around Webster: MacCartney, Goedereis in JISE; George, Smith present; GMC ad award

January 28, 2020

Dani MacCartney and Eric Goedereis published a peer-reviewed article, "Creating Common Ground: A framework for promoting interdisciplinarity," in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education. ... Rebecca George and Alexanderia Smith will present at the Faculty Women of Color in the Academy National Conference. ... Global Marketing and Communications won a silver award from Higher Ed Marketing for an ad promoting last year's Diversity and Inclusion Conference.

tags: academics, college of arts and sciences, employee news, global marketing and communications, south carolina, psychology, sociology, professional counseling, news around webster, faculty, webster today

Pollak

Around Webster: Pollak election, Corrigan awards, Kracen keynote, Christeson arts

October 07, 2019

Webster Vienna director Johannes Pollak has been elected chairman of the Institute for European Politics board of directors. ... Don Corrigan won two first-place awards for journalism at the 153rd Missouri Press Association convention. ... Amanda Kracen was the keynote speaker for the Mental Health Assembly to kick off the mental health week at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA). ... Con Christeson and two colleagues will present with Americans for the Arts in Oakland this month.

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Phyllis Nawrot (MAT '00) was featured in the Houston Chronicle for her Citizenship Education Teacher of the Year Award.

In the News: Goedereis, Miller-Struttmann, Patterson, Werfelmann, Nawrot '00

April 19, 2019

Eric Goedereis' insights on millennials during St. Louis On the Air can now be heard online. ... Nicole Miller-Struttmann also appeared on the show to discuss her bee research. ... School of Education alumna Phyllis Nawrot praised her time at Webster in a Houston Chronicle feature about her Citizenship Education Teacher of the Year Award. ... Trent Patterson and David Werfelmann will discuss Harmonices Mundi on Classic 107.3 FM Monday, April 22.

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Iacobacci

News Around Webster: Kracen research, Iacobacci book, Cosic screening

March 08, 2019

Amanda Kracen presented findings on research co-authored by Webster students at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society conference. ... Nicoletta Iacobacci of Webster Geneva presented her book, "Exponential Ethics," which explores the ethical challenges surrounding the use of the latest technologies such as artificial intelligence and robots. ... Zlatko Cosic's 'Tapeta Lucida' will screen during the St. Louis Symphony: Live at the Pulitzer series March 26-27.

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News Around Webster: Foley, McGrath, Woolf, Boakye

News Around Webster: Foley, McGrath, Woolf, Boakye

February 06, 2019

Tate Foley's "In Shadows" is on view through Feb. 9 at the Bolivar Gallery at the University of Kentucky. ... Kim McGrath presented “Women in Leadership: Candid Conversations with Positive Disruptors,” at the AIEA conference. ... Linda Woolf presented at the 41st Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. ... Webster Ghana librarian Ernest Boakye a case study in the Library Philosophy and Practice Journal.

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