Students (Student Resources)

Mirza Beganovic, George Sakvarelidze, and Mohamed Yunisi

Students Win Kindles for Outstanding Work

In Spring 2014, first year Webster Vienna students enrolled in FRSH 1200 got up close and personal with issues of poverty, gay rights, WWII, multicultural society and more. Ethics is a core part of the First Year Seminar on the Vienna campus, which includes a special unit that aims to foster ethical reasoning skills.

Marathon Runners

Webster in Vienna Marathon

Congratulations to the Webster students and faculty who successfully completed the 2014 Vienna Marathon!

For decades, Vienna has been hosting its City Marathon. This year, more than 40,000 people participated, a new record.

Residence am Augarten Housewarming

Webster Vienna celebrated the opening of its new student dorms, OeJAB Webster Residence Am Augarten on Thursday, April 24, 2014. This housewarming party was open to all students, faculty, administration and alumni. We were also very pleased to host everyone that was involved in its reconstruction including Mr. Santi of the project management company, KS Ingenieure, and Helmut Herglotz representing the owners of the building from the firm, “Geduris”. Special Guest, Mag.

Project rooms under construction

Wenkheim Countdown: 17 weeks

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014:
It's Wenkheim Wednesday and just 17 weeks 'til we move into our new campus location!

Over last couple weeks, we have been documenting the progress of our latest addition to the Academic Resource Center, the project rooms. The framework of the rooms was started just a week and a half ago, and have already shown a great deal of progress.

Students will be able to reserve the work spaces for collaborative group projects, allowing them not to disturb other students who may be quietly working in the library.

Cleaning the Atrium Windows

Wenkheim Countdown: 18 Weeks

Wednesday, April 16, 2014:
With just 18 weeks to go, we're getting even closer to moving into our beautiful, new campus, Palais Wenkheim.

Since last week there has been a great deal of progress going on in the Atrium. They have finished up painting the walls, cleaning up the floors and tearing down the remaining scaffolding. The historic fountain is visible again and not surrounded by a protective wall of wood. The crew has moved in a giant lift to help them reach the glass ceiling to touch up the windows.

Food Festival

International Food Festival

On April 2nd, 2014, Webster Vienna’s Student Government Association hosted the very first International Food Festival on campus. The international student and faculty body got together, cooked, and served a variety of delicious food. Represented countries included Austria, Brazil, Ukraine, Russia, Albania, Syria, Mexico, The UK, Hungary, Macedonia, Croatia and many more. Tickets for the event were sold for 2€ each and resulted in almost 200€ which was donated to a great charity, helping children in war zones. The event was a great success.

Vienna

Vienna: 5 Years Highest Standard of Living

Yet again, Vienna has been ranked #1 on Mercer's Quality of Living Rankings. Achieving the title now six years in a row, Vienna was also highlighted by Mercer's for being #1 in the world for conferences and corporate events.

The survey analyzed 223 cities using 39 different factors including the following ten categories:

Wenkheim with scaffolding

Wenkheim Countdown: 20 Weeks!

Wednesday, April 2, 2014:
With just 20 weeks to go, this week the Palais construction crew moved the scaffolding from the back of the building to the front in order to paint. Inside, they have finished painting the atrium and have only a couple remaining levels of scaffolding remaining.

It is amazing to see how quickly the workers proceed with the carpeting. So far, the 4th and 5th floors are already fully carpeted.

With about 50 workers on the job, renovations are moving forward very quickly.

Scholars program

Webster Scholars Internships

On March 7th, the Webster Scholars Program students presented the results of their social impact internships from the last two months, a part of their second course in the program: Paradigms in Global Citizenship (GNST 2500/50). The exciting internship opportunities were brought to the students by course professor Rita Pollozhani  in cooperation with Steliana Kokonova from the Impact Hub and Reka Artner from TEDxVienna. By pairing each Webster Scholar up with a social entrepreneur, the internships provided the students a unique learning experience.

Webster Scholars Debate Group

Webster Scholars Debate

A class debate of Freshmen Seminar GNST 2500 (scholar students) took place on Friday, February 14 at 2 - 4pm at Petersplatz.  The event was on some of the course themes around Strengths/ Weaknesses and Success, based on the readings from Carlo Strenger (Fear of Insignificance) and Malcolm Gladwell (David and Goliath).
 

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