Students and faculty from Vienna supported Webster Geneva in a high-end production project during the public symposium of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva. For two days the live video-presentation and recording of the international event was carried out by the small, but highly professional team from Vienna.
Seize the unique opportunity to attend the CTBTO's upcoming course on the political and diplomatic aspects of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban treaty (CTBT), entitled, Proven Treaty, Political Challenge: The CTBT and Multistakeholder
“One of the best weekends ever!”
“One of the most epic weekends I've had in a long time!”
“Start to finish it was simply an amazing experience with great people.”
“Thanks everyone!” “
“Great weekend guys, you will all be missed.”
All comments that were accompanied by tears, kisses and hugs at Geneva’s International Airport on Sunday, June 9, 2013 when the Webster Geneva and Vienna students bid farewell after an amazing weekend together.
The annual induction ceremony of the Vienna Chapter of Delta Mu Delta, a prestigious international honor society in business, was traditionally held in Café Landtmann on June 12, 2013. The existing Delta Mu Delta members as well as Webster Vienna faculty and staff were pleased to welcome Ms. Kristi Magllara and Mr. Philipp Ferdinand Prassl to the society.
Dr. Christopher Kummer, Director of the Graduate Business Programs at Webster University Vienna, will present a paper at the World Economy Research Institute's Annual Conference at the Warsaw School of Economics, June 6-7, in Warsaw, Poland. The theme of the conference is "Fostering Innovation and Competitiveness in the EU at National and Regional Level". The paper deals with the effect of Competitiveness on Mergers & Acquisitions in Europe.
Congratulations to all Graduating Students!
Our graduation weekend started with the Honors Convocation Cocktail on the evening of May 17th. Over 100 people attended the celebration of the best students in the beautiful location of Palais Eschenbach. Sixteen awardees received their certificates. Families and friends were invited to join this proud moment.
This year's career event: "Psychology Careers Unveiled: From the Lab to the Real World" was an exciting mix covering a number of areas in psychology, which had not yet been presented in previous years: neuroscience, industrial medicine, tinnitus, family psychology, autism, drug abuse, and military psychology.
A Webster Vienna graduate, Armin Hübner, won the annual International Relations Thesis Prize. The prize is open to all International Relations graduate students within the entire Webster network. His thesis, Ghana and the Resource Curse, was supervised by Webster professor Dr. Eric Frey. Hübner earned his M.A. in International Relations and graduated in 2011.