Dr. Samuel R. Schubert commented on FM4’s news magazine show Reality Check today, Dec. 1, about the recent decision by OPEC member countries to reduce oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day on the condition that non-OPEC countries reduce production by 600,000 barrels per day, in order to increase oil prices.
Following the surprising results of the United States’ presidential elections, Webster Vienna Private University hosted a panel discussion on the potential consequences of president-elect Donald Trump’s time in office to international relations on Wednesday.
Nature Energy has featured recent work by Dr. Brutschin and Dr. Fleig (Heidelberg University) as research highlight. Nature Energy is a "Nature"-branded journal and aims to publish best research from across the field of energy.
On September 21st, 2016 Webster Vienna had the distinct honor of having Reiko Yamada, survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945, visit our campus. Despite the many hardships Reiko has had to endure after the bombing, her message is one of peace, love, forgiveness and a call to the youth of today to be aware of the dangers that lie in nuclear proliferation and war.
On Monday, September 12th, 2016, Dr. Samuel R. Schubert appeared on Austrian National Television’s (ORF) "Zeit im Bild (ZIB) Magazin" commenting the U.S. presidential elections. In the interview, he discussed the recent pneumonia diagnosis of the Democratic candidate, Sec. Hillary Clinton, and its possible impacts on her campaign, as well as the general elections.
Joshua Zakary, who is a double graduate of Webster University (B.A., Marketing, Leiden ’06; M.A., International Marketing, Vienna ’08), spoke to current Webster Vienna students about his career in the humanitarian sector on September 14, 2016.
On September 6th 2016, the Academic Council of the United Nations System (ACUNS) Vienna Liaison organized a panel discussion, which was hosted by Webster Vienna Private University on “Youth Combatting Discrimination and Prejudice on the Grounds of Ethnicity and Religion”. The discussion was chaired by Dr. Franco Algieri, the Head of the International Relations Department at Webster Vienna. The panelists that participated in this discussion were: HE Ol’ga Algayerova, the Head of the Permanent Mission of the Slovak Republic to the International Organizations in Vienna, as well as Ms.
Three Webster students, Anda Radu, Zak Kilhoffer, and Arbana Gjoni took part in the Crans Montana Forum on Central to Far-Eastern Europe held in Palais Niederösterreich, Vienna, between 29 June and 1 July. The forum featured an impressive roster of participants and speakers including three current heads of state, several former prime ministers, a number of current parliamentarians, and dozens of experts in corruption, energy security, migration, development, and other pertinent topics.
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.
Article on a current Bachelor Thesis research of Caroline Gatter, a Webster Vienna student, and Kathleen Hodkinson, Assistant Professor at Webster Vienna Private University, on the differences between Tinder versus online dating agencies.