2017 Global News Articles

Ghana campus director Christa Sander speaking to students

Ghana Campus Director Promotes Webster During African Tour

March 15, 2017

In response to the increasing demand for higher education in much of Africa, Ghana campus director, Christa Sanders and her enrollment team visited several countries in West, Central and East Africa to talk with senior administrators, teachers, advisors, students and parents about the educational opportunities available at Webster Ghana as well as the international network of campuses.

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A group of attendees at an academic conference at Webster Thailand

Webster Thailand's International Relations Department Gathers Experts in Regional Security, Migration

February 28, 2017

Webster University Thailand hosted an academic conference Feb. 22-23 in collaboration with Calcutta University, covering the 'Regional Dynamics in Asia.' It was organized by the International Relations department. The event brought together scholars from Webster University Thailand and Calcutta University as well as a contribution from Thammasat University.

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Kelvin Doe, left

Innovator Kelvin Doe Inspires Students at Ghana Campus

February 27, 2017

Webster Ghana hosted Kelvin Doe (aka DJ Focus), a 22-year-old Sierra Leonean who produced batteries, a FM transmitter, a sound amplifier, a three-channel mixer and a mic receiver by using rubbish from solid waste containers. Doe, who focuses his passion on engineering, started building his own radio station at age 11 by using discarded metal, cargo boxes and cables.

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Webster Ghana's Black History Month events include panel discussions and educational events for local schools.

Ghana Marks Black History Month with AAAG, Du Bois Centre, U.S. Embassy

February 16, 2017

Webster's campus in Accra, Ghana, partnered with with the African-American Association of Ghana (AAAG), the W.E.B. Du Bois Centre, and the U.S. Embassy to celebrate Black History Month with a series of panels and educational events for high schools and children on topics such as Pan Africanism, the diaspora, and African arts and culture.

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