Dr. Elina Brutschin

Dr. Brutschin presents at Asian Political Methodology Meeting in Tokyo

Dr. Elina Brutschin, Webster University Vienna Research Faculty, traveled to Tokyo in January for the inaugural "Asian Political Methodology Meeting".

Article about Schubert

Dr. Schubert-Strengthening Research at Webster

Dr. Samuel R. Schubert: Building the Research Reputation of Webster University

The Alum News of Webster Vienna recently published an article on the mission of the International Relations Department Head to further strengthen Webster's Research aptitude.  The article was based on an interview by Barb Carrow.  Click on the article below in order to read about International Relations Working Papers Series and other initiatives spearheaded by the International Relations department.

CDC Open House: CV check

You are ready to start your career and about to apply but not sure about your application documents? Use this CDC Open House to come and visit us and we will be happy to answer all your questions. We might also help you optimize your CV/resume and Motivation Letter to enhance your visibility as a candidate and prospective intern/employee.

Please bring your application documents (CV/resume, Motivation Letter) with you. You might find useful information for conducting your first draft on our website.

Social Media for Job Hunt? How to professionalize your Social Media Appearance

Social Media has become a major part of our lives and so it did for recruiters.

During this short 2hr-workshop, you will learn about the Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media Profiles, which ones to use and how to appear in the most professional way to optimally support your efforts of landing your dream job.

Please bring your laptop or tablet along!

Militär Aktuell article

Dr. Algieri analyzes China's Power in Militär Aktuell

How much power does China really have?

Dr. Franco Algieri (Webster Faculty)  analyzes the ability of China to project power in his article, "Wie Viel Macht Hat China Wirklich" for Militär Aktuell (4/2013), an Austrian military magazine.

The military budget of China is increasingly used to claim that China intends to play the role of a hegemon, Algieri notes, and hypothetical conflict scenarios with a highly armed People’s Republic have become a preoccupation for certain Asian states, as well as the EU and the USA.


Webster on Instagram

Webster University has launched a new Instagram account this week: MyWebsterU. Viewers of MyWebsterU can see photos and videos from the vantage point of Webster University students. Each week, a different student will take over the account and post photos of their classes, activities, job and everything else that makes up their unique Webster University experience. Students from the Webster Groves campus and other global campus locations will be posting photos throughout the semester.

winners for excellent blog

Students awarded for excellent blog

In Fall 2013, first year Webster students enrolled in FRSH Ethics got up close and personal with issues of poverty, vegetarianism, prostitution, food waste and more. Ethics is a core part of the Freshman Seminar and aims to foster ethical reasoning skills. For the Ethics final project, faculty members, Dr. Gupta and Mag. Ferris, created an opportunity for students to investigate the ethical dilemmas and concerns present right here in Vienna. Students were asked to form project teams and choose an ethically controversial topic.

Dr. Ali Participates in Arab Energy Forum

Dr. Mehdi Ali, Professor of Economics at Webster, participated in the Arab Energy Forum held in Bahrain from November 22nd-23rd, 2013.

WUV Thanksgiving Dinner 2013

Webster students, staff and family gathered together to celebrate the American holiday with a traditional Thanksgving feast!

Introducing the International Relations Working Paper Series

First IRWP papers now available online

Webster University’s International Relations Working Paper Series (IRWP) posted its first two working papers on November 25, 2013. The papers “The Interdependence and International Politics of Oil Rentier States: The Case of Saudi Arabia” No.1 (2013) by Islam Qasem and “How the Russian Energy Sector Reacts to Its Foreign Policy: The Costs of Being a Volatile Supplier” No. 2 (2013) by Elina Brutschin are now online and available for public access.


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