Woodrow Wilson Fellow and award winning executive producer and founder of Spy Pond Productions, Eric Stange, discusses identifying the story you want to tell, how to create it, the time and cost, the dangers of not vetting stories in the news and outlets available to display documentaries.
Webster University Provost, Senior Vice President and CEO, Dr. Julian Schuster, reviews educational trends, future projects and why being a global university is so important.
Webster University’s Forensic and Debate Team Director Gina Jensen shares secrets for consistent student awards and career success.
Professor of Psychology and Academic Director of the graduate program in Gerontology-Dr Eric Goedereis discusses new methods, uses, effectiveness and opportunities in the field of Psychology.
Dean of the School of Communications, Dr. Eric Dean Rothenbuheler, discusses student advantages and the future of the School of Communications.
Interim Directer of Webster University’s Thailand campus-Dr. Keith Welsh discusses cultural difference, available programs at the Thailand campus.
Department Chair and Director of Entrepreneurship for Webster University’s School of Business-Dr. Joseph Roberts addresses questions about secrets to owning a business.
Director of the Center for Portfolio Development-School of Communication-Mindy Berkowitz explains her role and ways she helps students connect to the right internship program.
WEBSTER VOICES: Surviving as an immigrant in the U.S.A. without friends, language skills and prejudice.
Assistant Professor of TESL-Department of Language, Literacy and Leadership-Dr. Lee Johnson shares how we can help immigrants bridge the gap through English as a second language.
WEBSTER VOICES: Becoming a professional dancer requires passion, dedication, determination and training.
Born to dance? So was visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Alicia Graf Mack. Alicia discusses what it takes, how long it takes and the discipline needed to become a professional dancer.