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News Around Webster: Kingston, McGrath, Scharf, Cosic, Hellinger

February 17, 2017

Lindsey Kingston published "Haitians Seeking Refuge in Brazil," Kim McGrath presented a webinar on leadership and negotiation strategies, Emily Scharf co-published on transformative learning, Dan Hellinger consulted on Danielle Smith-Llera’s book on Che Guevara, and Zlatko Cosic's film "It Can't Go Forever" screens at Artspace in Tel Aviv.

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Celebrating Creativity

Adobe Creative Jam: Artist Talks, Student Competition Feb. 9

February 08, 2017

Adobe Creative Jams demonstrate and celebrate creativity all across the country, and the next event is at Webster University Thursday, Feb. 9. In addition to guest leaders from the local creative community, both the School of Communications and Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts faculty have recommended their best students to compete on design teams in a three-hour charrette showdown, with audience members helping determine the winners.

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Hoffman LaChance Contemporary hosts a reception for

News Around Webster: Lang, Cosic, Woolf, Hulsizer

January 19, 2017

A reception for Tom Lang's recent prints and drawings takes place Jan. 20 at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary in Maplewood; on the same day, Zlatko Cosic's "It Can't Go Forever #1" will screen in Karlsruhe, Germany. Separately, psychology professors Linda Woolf and Michael Hulsizer presented in Florida on "Politics, Sex and Religion."

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From Van McElwee's

Around Webster: Thomas' Aid Worker Stress, Robey's 'Beginning Jazz,' McElwee's 'Wanderung' (Migration)

February 26, 2016

Webster Geneva Psychology and Counseling head Ros Thomas' new book, "Psychological Stress - Aid Workers in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies," explores the impact on humanitarian workers of their proximity to violence, James Robey's "Beginning Jazz Dance" includes photos and video clips to teach techniques and core jazz dance concepts, and Van McElwee's outdoor video, "Wandrung" (Migration), was commissioned by the German Consul General of Boston.

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