On December 3rd, the students of GNST 2004 (European Culinary History: 1600 to the Present, taught by Dr. Dorothy Kopel and Mr. Christian Newman, MSe) prepared a superb first class dinner buffet with a selection of delicacies served to first class passengers aboard the Titanic the very night it sank.
Scholarships up to 50% are available until December 15th, 2012.
Our admissions team is processing applications for the Spring I term until December 20th. In order to start in January 2013, you need to send in an online application, transcripts from all previous educational institutions (for possible transfer credits), letters of recommendation, an essay, English-language test scores, CV and a copy of your passport.
Webster Vienna's Thanksgiving celebration 2012 was a real “feel good” event. While Thanksgiving as celebrated in the USA is primarily a family event, our celebration has a special feeling of a community event of “the Webster family.” Thank you to all of you who came to spend this wonderful family holiday with us here on campus and thank you for all the goodies that were contributed to our buffet.
On November 19th, 2012, Susan Polgar, director of the "Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence" (SPICE) at the St. Louis campus, visited Webster Vienna for a very inspiring guest lecture. Susan has been playing chess since the age of four and is one of the strongest female players in history and holder of several world records.
Corporate Social Responsibility: Morality or Necessity?
November 13, 2012
Corporate Social Responsibility has become a hot topic in business over the last few years. It is so frequently discussed that many simply refer to it as “CSR” with the assumption that everyone knows what this means. The question is, does anyone truly know what it means and what we are talking about when we talk about Corporate Social Responsibility?
On November 8, 2012 Webster University Vienna was honored to have U.S. Ambassador William Eacho on campus to speak on issues related to the U.S presidential election. The ambassador talked on a broad range of topics including how the results of the U.S. general election (held on November 6, 2012) would affect U.S.
Dr. Julia Skobeleva: Incorporating corporate social responsibility and sustainability into the hybrid course “Branding in Vienna” through corporate visits.
Dr. Julia Skobeleva, Business and Management Faculty, will represent Webster University Vienna at the annual conference "Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in the Classroom" with special emphasis on “Gender”.
Webster Vienna Research Faculty Michael Schneider’s works are included in Dimensions of Origin, a major international survey of contemporary work in printmedia, on view through November 30, 2012 at the Shanghai Art Museum in Shanghai, China.
Every year the Webster University Alumni Association invites approximately fifty of its top Alumni Chapter leaders from around the world to meet with program staff to discuss best practices of running and organizing alumni chapters. The Vienna Chapter was honored to co-host this year’s event in Vienna and Prague, offering the international leaders a chance to tour the Vienna Campus and meet many of our local alumni.