In the News: Johnson, Williams, Barnidge in National Interest
May 25, 2016
Recent news media coverage involving Webster University community members includes:
Johnson in Dutch Magazine on Cybersecurity Threats
As Leiden prepares to offer the master's in Cybersecurity this fall, Tom Johnson, interim dean of the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, was interviewed in the Dutch magazine Hello Zuidas:
"It’s high time companies and public agencies start to recognize the dangers of cybercrime and the huge consequences it may entail. One attack is all it takes: all of your company and customer data could suddenly become public knowledge. Companies need to get up to speed."
Williams in Mother Jones on Responses to Trump Campaign
Gwyneth Williams, professor in the Department of History, Politics, and International Relations in the College of Arts & Sciences, was quoted in Mother Jones magazine for an article about “Men's Rights” organizations that are expressing concerns about a potential Donald Trump presidency.
Barnidge: France Still Hasn't Learned after Sykes-Picot
Robert Barnidge, lecturer and coordinator of International Relations, authored a feature in The National Interest, titled "A Century after Sykes-Picot, France Still Hasn't Learned," discussing France's approach to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.