Interested in game design? How do you get started? Where can you get experience if no one will hire you until you have experience? Webster University School of Communications Game Design Professor Lisa Brunette talks about available jobs, competition, the business of game creation and more in this revealing interview.
Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation Executive Director Amy Scheers discusses how the foundation fosters, promotes, and encourages young people in the St. Louis region to discover and participate in the joy and wonder of live performances. The program showcases talented teens from the St. Louis area as students compete for college scholarships, cash prizes, special awards and public appearance opportunities.
Could you be risking your grade on a project or class by unknowingly plagiarising? Do you know Webster Univerity’s policies on Academic integrity? The answers in this podcast may surprise you.
Webster U’s Global Leadership program offers faculty and staff an opportunity to enhance leadership skills. Learn what’s involved and how to participate in this self-directed program.
What will happen to our planet if we do nothing to address Global Warming? What can we, as individuals, do to avoid the damage to our planet due to Global Warming? From Webster University’s Department of Biology, Dr. Nicole Miller-Struttmann, shares insights into the reality of Global Warming, what could happen if nothing is done and how an increase of just 4 degrees could cause a chain reaction of catastrophic measure to many parts of the world.
EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. Travel along with Roman and Josh through Wichita, Kansas as they share stories and impressions about restaurants, macaroons, a large Native American guarding the city, and donuts that rivals national chain Voodoo Donuts
EXPLICIT LANGUAGE: What’s it like to be a boomerang kid? For that matter what “is” a boomerang kid? Are you one of them? This podcast explores the emotional aspects of being a boomerang kid, how it affects relationships and personal growth