In the News: Edward Jones, Continuing Education, Community Music School, Will Hocker, Professor Cornell and LaKricia Cox

Edward Jones – Webster University Partnership

Edward JonesThe Edward Jones College Career Pathways Partnership at Webster University was the subject of several media stories in the past week, some of which quoted Chancellor Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble or President Julian Z. Schuster. Stories were published by:

Other media that are working on stories to be published in the next week include the St. Louis American, KSDK and Greater St. Louis, Inc.

Center for Innovation and Professional Development 

St. Louis Magazine published a feature story on the opportunities available to adults to continue their education in the St. Louis area. The magazine devoted a good part of the article to Webster's Center for Innovation and Professional Development. The article also mentioned the TEFL certifications that Webster offers.  

Webster University Alumna named Executive Director

St. Louis-based Girls in the Know (GITK) announced that it has named LaKricia Cox as executive director. She earned a master’s degree in International Relations from Webster. A feature story was published in the St. Louis American.

Professor Cornell Featured in the Post-Dispatch

Rayme CornellAssociate Professor Rayme Cornell was featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for landing the lead role in “The Rose Tattoo” during this year’s Tennessee William’s Festival. The festival and play opens Aug. 18 and will run through Aug. 28. The feature story is online.  


Community Music School Featured in a Magazine

St. Louis Magazine ran an informative story for parents that named the best places to send their children to create and learn at the same times. Webster University’s Community Music School was highlighted in the article.

Will Hocker Featured in the Post-Dispatch

Will HockerNational NCAA Division III Golf Champion and Webster alumnus Will Hocker is preparing to compete in the U.S. Amateur Championships at The Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, New Jersey, according to a feature story in the Post-Dispatch. Hocker, who has both a bachelor’s and a master’s from Webster, is attempting to enter the professional golfing world. 

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