On Thursday, January 22, a group of about 60 people came to hear Dr. Tho Ha Vinh, the program director of the Gross National Happiness (GNH) Centre in Bhutan, give an overview of the concept of GNH, the implementation of this alternative paradigm for economic development in the Kingdom of Bhutan, and the importance of taking happiness and well-being into account in any measurement of development.
Webster Career Photo Day on campus: February 12, 2015, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Recording Studio, 2.15
Andreas Kowacsik, owner of the photo studio “Chochic Photography” will come to campus to take your professional picture for your CV. Costs: 25 Euros for one picture (digital copy). Please bring the money in cash with you.
Webster Vienna's Business & Management Society is currently looking for a motivated individual to take over the the lead of this student community for all interested Business & Management students.
The Business & Management Society (BMS) was founded in 2014 by student Hannah Urbanek, who has recently graduated from Webster Vienna. The BMS is under direct supervision and guidance from the Business & Management Department and you will be working directly with the department and university staff.
From Silvio Berlusconi’s stronghold on Italian broadcasting to murky ownership of the press in Bulgaria, the problem of media plurality is increasing throughout Europe. Without a variety of voices able to reach its audience, basic freedoms cannot be practiced.
Dunja Mijatović, the Representative on Freedom of the Media at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), will speak on the problem of media plurality in this Guest Lecture at Webster Vienna.
Program Director of the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan to give a guest lecture at Webster
“What aim do we assign to politics, and what is the highest good of our actions? There is, at least, practically universal agreement about its name: happiness”, Aristotle wrote in in his best known work on ethics. Dr. Tho Ha Vinh, the Program Director of the Center for Gross National Happiness (GNH) in Bhutan will discuss how GNH places happiness at the center of development in a public lecture taking place at Webster Vienna Private University on January 22 at 18:00.
This January, we welcomed our students for New Student Orientation with an assortment of activities. Between a series of tours, introductions and activities to help the students get to know each other and the university, the group was treated to a complementary breakfast and lunch. Now that they are all aware of who to contact for a schnitzel dinner or a night out of karaoke, we hope all of our new and study abroad students have a great term!