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Call for Papers: Webster Hosts Philosophy of Management International Conference July 13-16

January 04, 2017

Webster University will host the 12th annual Philosophy of Management International Conference at the Gateway Campus in downtown St. Louis, July 13-16. It will be of special interest to philosophers, management researchers, management teachers and students, practicing managers, and consultants. Submission of conference papers are due Feb. 22.

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News around Webster

Around Webster: Barrett's Day Review; Woolf on TOPSS; Ft. Leavenworth security roundtable; Ali on OPEC

December 19, 2016

Bill Barrett’s review of a Dorothy Day book appears in the Catholic Worker, Linda Woolf was named to an APA committee on secondary schools, Katie Ervin, Gary Hobin and Mark Wilcox joined the CGSC Foundation National Security Roundtable, and Mehdi Ali was an oil analyst at the Nov. 30 OPEC meeting.

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Bond is profiled on page 26 of the Oct. 7-13, 2016 issue.

In the News: Bond honored as director; Hayes on ethics; Rhiney on Thanksgiving retail

October 11, 2016

Amelia Bond, chair of Webster University's board of trustees, was one of five regional leaders honored in the St. Louis Business Journal's 2016 Outstanding Directors Awards. Sister Jan Hayes, adjunct faculty member in the School of Communications, was on KTRS to discuss the ethics – or lack thereof – deployed in the current presidential race. Eric Rhiney, assistant professor, Management, was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on retailers' decision not to open on Thanksgiving.

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