January 12, 2009
U.S. Presidency Expert Available for Comment
ST. LOUIS, January 12, 2009, - Gwyneth Williams, Ph.D., Webster University professor of History, Politics and International Relations, is available to address media inquiries regarding the U.S. Presidential administration transition; the first 100 days; the role of first ladies and their administration; and limiting agendas for maximizing an administration’s success.
Williams is an authority on the U.S. Presidency, national elections, Congress, constitutional law, the Supreme Court, and politics and race, religion, gender and the American family. Williams was educated at Knox College and Princeton University and is a member of the American Political Science Association, the Women’s Caucus for Political Science, the Midwest Political Science Association and the American Association of University Professors.
With its home campus in St. Louis, Webster University (www.webster.edu) is a worldwide institution committed to delivering high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence. Founded in 1915, Webster offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs through five schools and colleges, and a global network of more than 100 campuses. Its 20,000-plus student population represents almost 150 nationalities. The University’s core values include excellence in teaching, joining theory and practice, small class sizes, and educating students to be lifelong independent learners, fully prepared to participate in an increasingly international society.
Since opening its first campus overseas in Geneva in 1978, Webster has become a recognized leader and innovator in global education, with an international presence that now includes campuses in London; Vienna; Amsterdam and Leiden, the Netherlands; Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu, China; and Bangkok and Cha-am, Thailand. Webster also has educational partnerships with universities in Mexico and Japan.