Webster’s student-organized Model United Nations Organization (WebMUN) traveled to Budapest for MUNapest, a model UN conference. From April 11th to the 15th, 9 students from the International Relations Department took part in the simulations.
Last Thursday, April 6th, Webster’s atrium was filled with food, costume, and good vibes from all over the world. The Intercultural Night and Food Festival, organized by the Student Government Association, was a success! Delicacies from all over the world were showcased as guests could taste unique dishes prepared by students, staff, and faculty.
Last Saturday, Webster students ventured to Upper Austria for a guided tour at Mauthausen, a former concentration camp from the National Socialist period of Austria's history (1938- 1945). Students spent the day learning about the tragic history of Mauthausen and the people who were sent there. The camp has been partially preserved and turned into a memorial and educational site.
Webster LEADS Students will embark on a weekend long excursion to Florence, Italy! While in Florence, participants will take part in leadership workshops, and experience Italian history at the same time. Click here for more on Webster LEADS.
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.