Westminster College will host International Peacemaker the Rev. Yousif Matar Kodi from the Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church (SPEC) at vespers on World Communion Sunday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. and at Chapel worship Monday, Oct. 6, at 11:40 a.m. Both services in Wallace Memorial Chapel are open to the public.
Changing Religious Worlds: The Meaning and End of Mircea Eliade, edited by Dr. Bryan Rennie, Westminster College Vira I. Heinz Chair in Religion, was recently translated into Romanian by Elena Bortă.
Two Westminster College professors were nominated for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Professor of the Year program.
Dr. Sherri Pataki, Westminster College assistant professor of psychology, co-authored "Ways of Giving Benefits in Marriage: Norm Use, Relationship Satisfaction, and Attachment-Related Variability" that was recently published in Psychological Science, a publication of the Association for Psychological Science.
Westminster College junior psychology major Devon Struthers and Dr. Jamie McMinn, associate professor of psychology, presented "Stolen Thunder in Dating Relationships" at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting May 6-8 in Chicago.
Dr. Michael Aleprete, Westminster College assistant professor of political science, co-authored "The Strategic Development of Border Areas: Explaining Variation in Interaction Opportunity Across Land Borders" in a recent issue of International Interactions: Empirical and Theoretical Research in International Relations.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Dr. Sandra Webster, professor of psychology, recently had her research published in The Korea Fulbright Infusion (Volume 5).
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Dr. Rena C. Zito, Westminster College assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice studies, was recently published in the Journal of Family Issues.
Camille Hawthorne, associate dean of student affairs, and David DiDesiderio, a senior public relations major from New Wilmington, recently received a special merit award from the American Cancer Society in recognition of their efforts organizing the Relay for Life at Westminster College.
The Relay for Life at Westminster College is sponsored by the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, and has raised about $130,000 for the American Cancer Society over the past five years. DiDesiderio has held a leadership position in that fund raising effort for the past four years.
"I got involved with the first relay on the day of the event because I was part of a team. It was apparent that they needed some assistance, so I began attending planning meetings with Alpha Sigma Phi and the American Cancer Society," Hawthorne said. "It's not technically part of my job, but I made it part of my goals each year."
DiDesiderio is a son of Margaret and Gerald DiDesiderio of New Wilmington, and a graduate of Wilmington Area High School.
Hawthorne, who has been with Westminster since 1988, earned her undergraduate and master's degrees from Northwestern State University of Louisiana.
For more information, contact Hawthorne at (724) 946-7112 or e-mail email@example.com.
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