On October 14th, 2016 Webster University Vienna, under the organization of the Career Development Center and with support from the International Relations Department, hosted a career lunch with Dr. Knut Kirste, Policy Adviser at NATO, on working for international organizations, with a particular focus on NATO, UN and the OSCE.
On May 18, 2016 Webster Vienna Private University celebrated the completion of the 2nd Alumni Mentoring Program at Palais Wenkheim. After welcome drinks in the atrium at Palais Wenkheim, Stefano Cantini, President of the Vienna Chapter of the Alumni Association and Alexandra Deubner, Senior Career Development Officer at the Vienna campus, thanked all present mentors and mentees for their wonderful participation and commitment.
On November 5, 2015, the Vienna Chapter of the Webster Alumni Association and the Career Development Center at Webster Vienna Private University successfully kicked off Webster´s Mentoring Program for their local mentors and mentees at Palais Wenkheim in Vienna – strongly supported by their corporate partner ACCELOR Consulting & Business Development GmbH, a renowned Viennese Executive Coaching and Training company.
Webster Vienna Private University hosted the Global Village of AIESEC, the world’s largest student organization. As part of the Wiener Integrationswochen, visitors were invited to explore the world on one day. Students of AIESEC presented their home countries in the beautiful atrium of Webster Vienna Private University and introduced interested guests to taste their food, learn about their culture, their music and their lifestyle.
Webster University Career Services and Career Planning & Development teams in Geneva, St. Louis, Leiden and Vienna collaborated together to create a unique opportunity for students to meet and interact with an international recruiter from the World Bank.
The Head of the department for Business and Management at Webster Vienna, Nikolaos Antonakakis, gives his view on perspectives for the greek economy and its perspectives in an article in "Kleine Zeitung".
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. The article was identified as a definitive piece of scholarship on the topic of internet memes and was included in a special issue of Apertúra along with re-publications of related, definitive scholarship by others.
Article on innovation within Webster Vienna along with a special feature on the Vice President and Provost of Webster University, Dr. Julian Schuster, and the Head of our Business department in Vienna, Dr. Nikolaos Antonakakis.