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Webster's Got Talent 2014

What an amazing night at our second Webster’s Got Talent Vienna show!!!

The talent show was successfully held on Feb 13th. All the participants showcased their talent in front of a big crowd of students, staff and guests.
Congratulations to our 1st place winner Syreel Mishra with her amazing Bollywood dance performance and our 2nd place winner Artyom Rayevskiy with his electrifying Elecro-dance.They will get the chance to defend their title and represent Vienna at the Webster’s Got Talent Finals in London on March 29th.

Students Meet Austrian Filmmaker

Erwin Wagenhofer, one of Austria’s leading documentary film-makers, gave a stimulating talk to Webster students and faculty in Vienna’s Burg Cinema on Friday 14th February after a showing of his latest film alphabet. The documentary, which takes a critical worldwide look at educational systems based on competitiveness and economic needs rather than individual creativity, is particularly relevant to Webster’s 2013-14 Year of International Human Rights theme - the rights of people with so-called disabilities.

Dean’s List

Congratulations to Dean's List Honorees!

In recognition of academic excellence, a Dean’s List is compiled each academic semester. To qualify, students must complete at least 12 credit hours at Webster University, of which no fewer than 6 credit hours must have regular letter grades. All enrolled coursework must be successfully completed, with no Incomplete or Withdrawn grades recorded. Qualified students who achieve a current semester GPA of 3.80 or higher will be placed on the Dean’s List for that semester.

MyWebsterU

Webster on Instagram

Webster University has launched a new Instagram account this week: MyWebsterU. Viewers of MyWebsterU can see photos and videos from the vantage point of Webster University students. Each week, a different student will take over the account and post photos of their classes, activities, job and everything else that makes up their unique Webster University experience. Students from the Webster Groves campus and other global campus locations will be posting photos throughout the semester.

winners for excellent blog

Students awarded for excellent blog

In Fall 2013, first year Webster students enrolled in FRSH Ethics got up close and personal with issues of poverty, vegetarianism, prostitution, food waste and more. Ethics is a core part of the Freshman Seminar and aims to foster ethical reasoning skills. For the Ethics final project, faculty members, Dr. Gupta and Mag. Ferris, created an opportunity for students to investigate the ethical dilemmas and concerns present right here in Vienna. Students were asked to form project teams and choose an ethically controversial topic.

WUV Thanksgiving Dinner 2013

Webster students, staff and family gathered together to celebrate the American holiday with a traditional Thanksgving feast!

WebsterLEADS Kickoff Evening

The power of leadership: what legacy would YOU want to leave as a WUV Student Leader? What sort of input will you need to pay attention to in the here and now if you intend to have this kind of impact?  

Student resources

Undergraduate Advising Cafés

“Webster University has so many resources for students, it is important for them to learn to navigate the system as soon as possible and make the most of their academic career,” remarked Jennifer Ebner-Daigle about the undergraduate advising office's latest initiative.

Vienna, the Most Prosperous City in the World!

Vienna has, once again, found itself at the top of another worldwide city-ranking.

This time, the city gained the title of most prosperous city in the world according to "State of the World's Cities 2012/2013", a 152-page study performed by United Nations Human Settlements Programme HABITAT experts.  

Decisions were based on two sections: The first section took into consideration productivity, quality of life, infrastructure, and environmental sustainability. The second additionally evaluated equity and social inclusion.

Webster Students raise 700 euro for Kenyan Elementary School

Students at the Vienna campus held a fund-raising social event in September 2013. They succeeded in raising 700 euros – congratulations! The money will go towards supporting an elementary school in western Kenya. The money will most likely be spent on much-needed school books, desks, and chairs for the elementary students. The school is one of three supported by the Waluka project, a charity run by adjunct faculty member Giles Pope.

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