Writing Center Lecture Series

Why Write? "Open Problems, Working Hypotheses"

Inaugural lecture by Dr. Ryan Crawford

Wednesday, April 20, 4-6 pm
Room 2.14
Open to the public. Please RSVP to:

Musical: Alma und das Genie

Musical: Alma und das Genie

The award-winning satirical-philosophical musical about Alma Mahler-Werfel will be performed at Webster Vienna on March 30th at 20:00.

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Free and open to the public.

The performance will be held in German. 

Webster Vienna Open Information Evening

Open Information Evening, Spring 2016

Find out more about our Bachelor and MA/MBA degree programs

Meet with staff and faculty. Talk to students and alumni. Learn about scholarships, and much more.

Our Open Information Evening is an opportunity to see what Webster can do for you and your future!

Register here.


Famous Japanese Koto player at Webster

On the 4th February, we had the pleasure of welcoming Masami Morimoto, a famous Japanese Koto player, to Webster Vienna for the second year in a row as part of the ANTH 2510/50: World Music course. Masami Morimoto delivered a brief lecture on the history of Koto and then gave an introduction on how to play the instrument. Webster students and faculty also had the chance to try this fascinating string instrument.

Many thanks to the course instructor Dr. Lyle Barkhymer for making this happen!


Immipreneurs - supporting promising migrant entrepreneurs

What did the young multicultural group that gathered in the Webster University residence, including a Chinese, Pakistani, two Egyptians and two Polish nationals, have in common? They are all promising “immipreneurs”,there for the premiere of Café ImmiCo, a mentoring program for immigrant entrepreneurs. 

Japanese Koto music by Masami Morimoto

Welcome to experience Koto - a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument. Masami Morimoto, a famous Japanese Koto players returns to Webster Vienna to teach us about the history of Koto and and enjoy some unique music. Masami Morimoto has played in New York, Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia in the US and in Vienna, Linz and Graz in Austria, as well as other major cities in Europe.

Room 4.06-4.07

Therapy dogs

Therapy dogs offer stress relief

On Monday, December 14, the Webster Vienna Library organized the visit of three cuddly, four-legged guests to help students, faculty and staff de-stress during finals week. Almost 70 people participated in the event sponsored by the Student Government Association and used the opportunity to interact with the visiting certified therapy dogs. “We have been to schools, geriatric institutions and hospices, however, visiting a university was new to us. It was a very positive experience and we would be happy to come again”, says Gertraud Mark, the owner and trainer of the dogs.

Night Against Procrastination

Writing against procrastination

How Writing Centers can make their work visible, support writers and have fun

By Dr. Lydia Wazir-Staubmann


Symposium; Victimization of Women by Extremist Groups

Symposium on the occasion of the International Day on the Elimination of Violence against Women (VAW)

Jointly organized by the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), Vienna Liaison, and Webster Vienna


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