Webster is truly a global university. Below are a few images from President Stroble's global visits, as well as some recent visitors from around the world to the Webster University home campus.
President Stroble and Provost Schuster attended a Webster University reception for Middle Eastern alumni at the home of Princess Aliya in Muscat, Oman, while traveling through the area.
Webster University was honored to host visitors from HANBAN, a branch of the Chinese Ministry of Education, in January 2013. The Confucius Institute at Webster University was recently selected from more than 400 Confucius Institutes around the world to receive the "Confucius Institute of the Year" award by HANBAN.
Provost Schuster and President Stroble welcome Russian visitors to campus in St. Louis. Evgeny Bykov, dean of faculty of Physical Training and Sport at SUSU and Russian Chess Grand Master, Alexandr Ryazantsev were on hand to develop a partnership agreement between SUSU and Webster University.
Representatives from the sponsoring Beijing Language and Culture University visited the Confucius Institute at Webster University in November 2012 for its scheduled five-year review of Chinese program quality, cultural activities, and community outreach.
Webster established a partnership in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, where a growing under-24 population in Central Asia seeks business and communications education.
Delegates from current partner Yunnan University of Finance and Economics (YUFE) visited President Stroble at Webster's home campus in 2012.
The GLIR program brings distinguished thought leaders like WWF president Yolanda Kakabadse to share their insight in forums with students and faculty.
Signing of the long-term lease to the historic Palais Wenkheim, which will be the new campus in Vienna, Austria. Relocation from the current site to the Palais will conclude by the fall 2014 semester. Webster's Vienna campus was first established in 1981.