News and Events

  • The WVPU Psychology Department Participates in ICPS 2017

    Professors: Dr. Marc Mehu, Dr. Peter Walla, Dr. Kathleen Hodkinson, staff member: Nataly Loumba, alumna: Kathleen Burns, student: Nikola Gojcai all took part in this year's International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) at the Austria Center Vienna.

  • Katy Witkoski is running our new podcast, the Ten-Twenty

    The Ten-Twenty: New Podcast From IR Student

    Graduate International Relations student, Kathryn (Katy) Witkowski (class of ‘17) gave us an exclusive interview on the newest podcast to hit the airwaves straight from Webster Vienna Private University. Make sure to tune in!
     

  • Bloomberg at Webster

    Yesterday, Webster Vienna's Business and Management students had the exclusive opportunity to meet with representatives of Bloomberg for Education on campus.

  • Dr. Cede Published Book on Austrian Foreign Policy

    Adjunct faculty member Ambassador Emer. Dr. Franz Cede and Christian Prosl published the English version of their book, Ambition and Reality: Austria’s Foreign Policy since 1945. The German version has been available since 2015.

    The book offers crucial insights into Austria’s diplomatic goals and policy initiatives since the end of World War Two, which former EU Commissioner Franz Fischler notes in the book’s foreword had yet to be presented concisely.

  • Dr. Wiggins Head of Media Communications

    Webster Vienna and Sister Campuses Attend INTED 2017 Conference

    This past week, Webster faculty members from Vienna, Geneva, Leiden, St. Louis, and Thailand attended and presented at the INTED 2017 conference in Valencia, Spain.

  • Dr. Wiggins

    Hungarian Online Publication shares Dr. Wiggins' Work

    An article co-written by Dr. Bradley E Wiggins, associate professor and department head of media communications, was recently re-published in Hungarian by the peer-reviewed, online journal Apertúra.

  • Chess Club Hosts Tournament

    Webster Vienna's Chess Club took over the atrium Tuesday at the first-ever locally organized chess tournament at our campus.

  • Dr. Eskerod presents research at Webster Thailand

    In late February 2017, Dr. Pernille Eskerod presented her current research on project opportunity exploitation to students and faculty at Webster Thailand. The presentations took place at Webster's Bangkok Academic Center as well as at the Cha-Am/Hua Hin campus. Dr. Eskerod has been visiting professor at Webster Thailand for the term Spring 1, 2017.

  • ICDO at Webster Vienna

    ICDO- Cultural Speed-dating and Mashup

    On the 28th of March, 2017 at 6pm - The International Cultural Diversity Organization (ICDO) presents a cross-cultural workshop, "Cultural Speed Dating & Mashup", to encourage cultural interaction among migrants. This event will be held at the Webster Vienna Private University campus. Make sure to register by March 26th.

  • Research Seminar | “Does Money Buy Happiness? A Revealed Preference Approach”

    “Does Money Buy Happiness? A Revealed Preference Approach” Research Seminar by Dr. Nikolaos Antonakakis - Wednesday, 29th March 2017 - 16:30 - 17:30, Rooms 4.06+4.07

  • Open Information Evening 2017

    March 30th, 2017 - Event Starts at 6 PM

  • Mauthausen Concentration Camp Visit

    Join us for our yearly Concentration Camp visit and get a first hand look into the Austrian Camp Mauthausen. 

  • Leiden Trip (Soccer and WGT)

    Students from various Webster Europe campuses will meet up at the Leiden, Netherlands campus to compete in Websters yearly soccer tournament. On top of this the European Websters Got Talent show will provide participants and guests with a wonderful in depth look into our students special talents! It sure is good to be a Gorlok!

  • World Bank Logo Webster Vienna event

    An Afternoon At The World Bank

    At the initiative of the IR Department, we invite you to An Afternoon At The World Bank!

  • Research Seminar | “Value Constructs and Unexpected Stakeholder Benefits in Megaprojects – a Qualitative Case Study of an Iconic Bridge”

    “Value Constructs and Unexpected Stakeholder Benefits in Megaprojects – a Qualitative Case Study of an Iconic Bridge”

    Research Seminar by Dr. Pernille Eskerod

    Wednesday, 26th April 2017
    16:30 - 17:30
    Rooms 4.06+4.07

  • Student Life Awards

    Our second annual Student Life Awards which will see some of our very own students be acknowledged for the hard work and dedication they have shown in commitment to our university.