WebMUN Goes to Budapest

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.

Cooking Club Gets a Taste of Laos

Last Thursday, April 13th, Webster’s Cooking Club got a taste of Lao as Alum Ivee Sansinh taught them how to prepare a traditional meal in the Webster Augarten Dorms.

Orthodox Easter Egg Painting

The Atrium was filled with Easter spirit last Friday as students, staff, and friends came together to paint hard-boiled eggs for Orthodox Easter.

Webster Vienna Represents at Webster Leiden

On April 7th, Webster Vienna's Football Club and two students from Webster's Got Talent Vienna 2017 traveled to Leiden; their mission: to take home the gold.

Every year, Webster's European campuses come together to play football and show off their talent during the Webster European Championship Weekend hosted by either the Vienna, Leiden, or Geneva Campus. During this weekend, both a football tournament and talent show take place. This year, Leiden was the host.

Intercultural Night and Food Festival Fundraiser

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.

Xi Jinping and China's Future

The International Relations Department cordially invites you to the

Public Lecture

Xi Jinping and China's Future

Challenges Ahead, at Home, Abroad, and for US-China Relations


Bates Gill

Australian National University

Thursday, April 27th, 2017 at 5:30pm

Dr. Workie on why Public Debt is so frightening

Business and Management Associate Professor Dr. Menbere Workie is publishing a monthly commentary on economics and finance in HN Komentare, the most readable Economic Newsletter in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. His latest commentary was dealing with the question of why public debt is so frightening:

Webster Visits Mauthausen Memorial

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. 

Research Seminar | "Monetary Policy and Corporate Bond Returns"

We investigate the impact of monetary policy shocks (the surprise change in the Fed Funds rate (FFR)) on the excess U.S. corporate bonds returns.

Research Seminar | "Sovereign Debt: Service and Sustainability"

We will be discussing the dynamic evolution of sovereign debt and explore the conditions for its sustainability in terms of the relevant economic and financial conditions.


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