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Webster is hosting a free Capsim course for area business leaders

Webster Welcomes Area Business Leaders for a Two-Day Capsim Seminar

August 14, 2018

Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, along with the Office of Advancement, will welcome 30 local corporate leaders for a Capsim® Business Strategy Seminar at the EAB on Aug. 16 and Aug. 17. This experience is a complimentary two-day seminar for corporate leaders with several years of business experience.

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DJ Kaiser and Yupa Saisanan Na Ayudhya presented on inclusion and ecotourism.

News Around Webster: Faculty, Students Present at Summer Conferences

August 14, 2018

DJ Kaiser and Yupa Saisanan Na Ayudhya presented an article about inclusion and ecotourism from research in Thailand. ... J.P. Palmer published two cases in a new text on human resource management. ... Linda Woolf, Michael Hulsizer, Esa Alaraudanjoki and Debbie Stiles presented at the American Psychological Association convention. ... Stiles also presented with student Rika Yamaguchi at the International School Psychology Association conference.

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Simone Cummings, dean of the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology

In the News: Stroble on Education, Labor; Cummings feature; Essig podcasting

July 11, 2018

President Stroble was quoted in Diverse Issues in Higher Education about how the proposed merger of the federal departments of labor and education could impact college students. ... Dean Simone Cummings is the subject of a feature on Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. ... School of Communications faculty member Jeremy Essig and his new comedy podcast with Tina Dybal was profiled in The Riverfront Times.

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Congratulations to the 2018 Alumni Association Awards recipients!

Congratulations to the 2018 Alumni Association Award Winners

June 29, 2018

The Webster University Alumni Association is proud to announce the 2018 Alumni Award recipients as Manal Fakhoury, Joan Marie Godoy Liere, Eve Coulson and Christopher Whitmore. The awardees will be honored during Reunion Weekend at the Alumni Awards Ceremony and Reception on September 29, 2018. Congratulations to these amazing alumni!

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Presenters spoke about trade, governmental relations and entering the Brazilian market.

Webster Geneva Hosts Conference on Swiss Business with Brazil

June 28, 2018

Sixty members of the local business community gathered at Webster University's Geneva campus for a half-day conference to exchange insights, experiences and common interests for business in—and with—Brazil, in a conference organized by Dominique Jolly, head of Walker School programs at Webster Geneva. Six of the presentations are viewable in PDF form.

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Simone Cummings, dean of the Walker School

In the News: Cummings on healthcare; Wellness award; Gilbert on transfers

June 19, 2018

Simone Cummings was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about a proposal to build new cancer treatment centers at several Mercy hospitals and clinics. ... Christina Gilbert was quoted in a story about what prospective students should ask at college fairs. ... The Pharmacy Choice medical news service covered the institutions like Webster University that recently won UHC's "Well Deserved" award for wellness.

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Webster alumni and DAU fellows Bryan R. Cleve and Corry B. Cox with Fort Leavenworth director Katie Ervin.

Students Complete DAU Senior Service Fellowship Program

June 04, 2018

Two Webster graduates recently completed the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Senior Service Fellowship program. The fellows spend 10 months in the program and all take classes through Webster. Two of the fellows, Bryan R. Cleve and Corry B. Cox, also completed their MA in Management and Leadership from Webster during this time. Webster's Fort Leavenworth director, Katie Ervin, presented them with their degrees at their graduation ceremony at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

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Dean Cummings on NBC affiliate KSDK television.

In the News: Cummings on jobs, Smith on media, Cross on police, Folds of Honor alum

May 25, 2018

Two students were featured with Dean Simone Cummings in a TV segment on what graduates should be doing to find a job. ... New photography graduate Beatrice Gibson is featured as a Schnucks Folds of Honor scholarship recipient. ... Julie Smith was featured by Experts Finder for her ability to translate her expertise on media literacy and social media to reporters. ... Remy Cross was quoted in a story in the Webster-Kirkwood Times about police advisory boards.

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Commencement 2018

In the News: Pease on NPR; Curtis on cybersecurity; Tony-nominee alumni; Shifting demographics

May 14, 2018

Kelly-Kate Pease's sit-down on the nationally broadcast NPR program 1A is now available online. ... Jim Curtis appeared on the educational podcast "Yes College" discussing Webster's cybersecurity program. ... An Inside Higher Ed column examines how schools like Webster have evolved over the decades to meet changing demographics, like non-traditional and online students. ... A sydnicated round-up of Tony nominees highlights where they went to school, like Webster alumnus Norbert Leo Butz.

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Julie Smith

In the News: Frazier, Smith, Roberts, Browning Hall

April 26, 2018

Paul Frazier was interviewed on Fox News and in the New York Post about cyber security relating to a hacking claimed by an MSNBC personality. ... Julie Smith was on KMOX discussing social media usage and depression. ... Joe Roberts was quoted in WalletHub about best practices for handling credit cards for businesses. ... The innovation award for Browning Hall was featured in PHCP Pros magazine.

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Webster University's Colorado Springs location

Webster Receives 'Best of Colorado Springs' for 4th Consecutive Year

April 24, 2018

Webster University has been selected for the 2018 Best of Colorado Springs Award in the University category by the Colorado Springs Award Program for the fourth consecutive year. The award recognizes companies that have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category, and enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community.

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Pinar Alakoc received the Deborah Gerner Grant for Professional Development at the ISA conference in San Francisco.

News Around Webster: Alakoc, Anderson, Hipsher

April 23, 2018

Pinar Alakoc received a professional development grant at the ISA Conference, and separately had a paper accepted for the Journal of Political Science Education. ... Kristen Anderson's book, "Abolitionizing Missouri: German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America," was reviewed in the American Historical Review. ... Thailand's Scott Hipsher contributed a chapter to the book titled, "Higher Education, Leadership, Management and Marketing."

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Nikolaos Antonakakis

Around Webster: Antonakakis, Cuille, Jensens, Rosenblum

April 17, 2018

Warren Rosenblum is giving two talks this week on the origins of the Nazi euthanasia program. ... Vienna's Nikolaos Antonakakis published a guest post for the London School of Economic's British Politics and Policy Blog drawing upon research with Ioannis Chatziantoniou and David Gabauer. ... Lionel Cuillé spoke at Brown University on the 50th anniversary of the Paris student revolution. ... Gina Jensen and Scott Jensen were presented the CSCA Outstanding Contributions to Forensics award.

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A panel of leaders discussed the arts' impact on St. Louis culture and business.

In the News: Impact of Webster Conservatory, Arts in St. Louis

April 13, 2018

An experts roundtable hosted at Webster University is featured in the St. Louis Business Journal, with arts leaders from across the region discussing the impact of the arts. ... A guest commentary by Tony Award winner Terry Schnuck highlighted how "arts are good for business," noting the many Webster alumni who've made their mark. ... The cover of the Ladue News this week features the Conservatory 50th anniversary with quotes from Dottie Englis. ... President Stroble is interviewed in the Post-Dispatch's "Advancing St. Louis" series.

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