School of Communications
Webster Students Dominate at Awards Ceremony
Webster University students brought home nearly half of the scholarships awarded at the recent St. Louis Press Club and Journalism Foundation annual scholarship luncheon.
Communications Students Advance to NSAC National Finals
School of Communications students have successfully competed in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) semi-finals and will now advance to the national finals in early June.
Alumna Drives Around the World
For 80 days, Carolina Bianchi drove through 20 countries on three continents and logged 29,000 kilometers (about 15,500 miles).
Debaters Bring Home Two National Championships
Webster's Forensics and Debate team brought home several individual and team awards from a national tournament including two national championships.
The Webster University School of Communications offers programs covering a wide range of communication specialties. The curriculum integrates theory and practice, emphasizes experiential learning, promotes creative thinking and incorporates global learning experiences.
The School of Communications is known for:
- Small classes where faculty and students get to know each other's strengths and interests
- Hands-on experience with equipment and resources early in the program
- Internships and portfolio development that make students employable upon graduation
- Collaboration across disciplines within the School and across the University
Chart your path. Achieve your goals. The School of Communications offers academic excellence at a vibrant home campus, at locations around the world, and online.
The Center for Portfolio Development & Internships provides internship opportunities and information to communications students finishing their degrees.
Master the communication and technical skills needed in today's evolving sports industry. Learn from the great faculty and use the latest equipment.
Professional Growth- Roberto Max Salas, BA Advertising/Marketing and Communications 2006
"Webster really taught me the importance of having a mentor, or someone you can go to for advice. I am always in touch with a few of my former professors, like Sally Howald and Charlie Claggett. Having mentors is extremely important to the growth of a professional because they can help you make key career choices."
Creative Community- Karalynn I. Miller, BA in Video Production, 2008
"What I enjoyed most about Webster University was being part of a community of bright, creative and supportive students. I learned just as much from classmates as I did from my professors."
Passionate about Careers- Gail Vogt, BA in Advertising and Marketing Communications, 2008
"What I enjoyed the most about Webster University was meeting great people. Everyone at Webster is passionate about what they are doing and they are always excited to share their experiences."
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