Checkmate! Provost Schuster's Perfect Play
Webster just made a great
move! The University will soon welcome chess grandmaster Susan Polgar and her Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence (SPICE) to Webster. Polgar and all members of her reigning national collegiate champion Texas Tech "A" chess team will leave that institution for Webster thanks to a perfect play by Webster Provost Julian Schuster. Read all about it in The New York Times
Walker School Special Seminars & Courses
Free Public Event:
St. Louis Business Sports Business Symposium
Sports is a big dollar industry where companies spend billions just to advertising during a game or with a star athlete.
The Walker School's St. Louis Sports Business Symposium with sports economist Patrick Rishe will take you off the playing field and into the finances of athletics from facility funding to the future of the Rams and the economics of Missouri's transition from the Big 12 to the SEC.
Reservations are encouraged for this free and open-to-the-public event.
New Webster Course:
The Business of Sports
Dr. Rishe's new two-day course BUSN 3100/BUSN 5500 Issues in Business: The Business of Sports explores everything from collective bargaining to a team's economic impact in its community. Webster students can register now for this special two day-one credit hour course Issues in Business: The Business of Sports.
NEW WEBSTER COURSE:
Do you have what it takes to operate your business on a world wide scale? Today, going global is a necessity for most companies. That's why the Walker School is offering a course designed to teach students how to capitalize on a worldwide marketplace by better understanding how to manage the flow of goods, information, and resources. Register now for BUSN 5680 - Issues in Business: Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management with Dr. Run Niu.