In the News: Baebler on online HR; Link on networking events; Miller on ISB crane

Jul. 11, 2016

In the News: Baebler on online HR; Link on networking events; Miller on ISB crane
Recent news media interviews with Webster University community members

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes:

Baebler Featured for Online HR Degree Programs

Barrett Baebler, chair of the Management Department in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, is the featured "interview with an expert" for's ranking and overview of human resources degree programs. 

In the interview, Baebler discusses Webster's HR undergrad and graduate programs and explains Webster's online offerings.

"Our staff members are always willing to help students out via phone, e-mail or the online student commons," he explains. 

"We know that our students are busy adults, and we value being able to offer them flexibility throughout their education. If someone lives in St. Louis or near a domestic or international metropolitan campus that offers an HR master's degree, they would be able to seamlessly jump between on-campus or online course offerings.

"The learning outcomes and program requirements are the same regardless of the delivery method."

To read the full interview, visit this page, click on "Interview with an Expert" under the left-side Page Contents box, then select "Read Full Interview" button. 

Link on Importance of Employer On-Campus Networking Events

John Link, assistant director for Career Development in the Career Planning and Development Center, was interviewed by College Recruiter about the importance of networking events with employers on campus.

"Employers who attend networking events on university and college campuses have immediate access to college students from various economic and cultural backgrounds while connecting information to students about opportunities for the company or organization they are representing. This information can be helpful for short and long-term career goal setting and connecting students to professionals in the fields."

Read the full interview at here

Miller on ISB's Tower Crane Construction

Craig Miller, director, Facilities Planning, was interviewed for the Webster-Kirkwood Times story on the installation of the tower crane during construction of the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB).

"This is the first time that a tower crane has been used for a construction project on Webster University's campus, and I know they are an unusual site in Webster Groves," said Craig Miller, Sr., the Interdisciplinary Science Building project director. "Safety is our top priority and we want to make sure the community knows we have studied this closely, are working closely with the city, and have systems and protocols in place to keep everyone safe."

Follow all ISB construction news and notices here.


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