In the News: Stroble on Ghana; Nurse Anesthesia student; Rothenbuhler and Starkey

Dec. 7, 2018

Recent news media coverage involving Webster University includes:

Stroble Discussing Ghana at 'St. Louis On The Air'

In the News: Stroble on Ghana; Nurse Anesthesia student; Rothenbuhler and Starkey
Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble

President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble will her recent trip to the Ghana campus and how the campus fits Webster's global strategy during a live interview with Don Marsh for "St. Louis On the Air" Friday, Dec. 7, at noon.

The program airs on St. Louis Public Radio, the regional affiliate of National Public Radio, online and on the air locally at 90.7 FM. It replays again in the evening and will be available online.

Read more about the Ghana visit by Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster in this recent story.

 

Nurse Anesthesia Student Featured for Community Work

Browning Hall

Nurse Anesthesia student India Johnson was interviewed by FOX 2/KPLR 11 reporter Shirley Washington about a homeless outreach program that she is active in. During the interview, she mentioned how nursing fits into her overall philosophy of community service.

The interview will air as part of a segment on Channel 11 Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m., and will be posted online at "The Pulse of St. Louis" program site.

 

 

Rothenbuhler, Starkey in News for Media History Foundation

Rothenbuhler and Starkey
Rothenbuhler and Starkey were recently named to leadership of
the St. Louis Media History Foundation. 

Eric Rothenbuhler and Jennifer Starkey were in Joe Holleman's St. Louis Post-Dispatch/stltoday column after they were named president and vice president, respectively, of the St. Louis Media History Foundation.

Rothenbuhler, dean of the Webster University School of Communications, takes over after serving the organization as vice president. Starkey is director of Community Engagement at Webster.

The foundation preserves local media history and maintains the St. Louis Media Halls of Fame.

Read the column here.

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