Westminster College was represented by three faculty mathematics faculty members and a senior mathematics major at the annual Joint Mathematics Meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America held Jan. 6-9 in San Diego.
Westminster College continues its "Get Real!" life preparation series Thursday, Oct. 2, with "Wheels and Deals" presented by Bill Fitts, a New Castle car dealer.
Jason Howard, Westminster visiting lecturer of music, will present excerpts from "Three Pieces for Saxophone and Piano: A Nighttime Trilogy" at Faires Faculty Forum Wednesday, April 22, at 11:40 a.m. in Orr Auditorium.
More than three dozen Westminster College students and staff will participate in Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge alternative spring break March 6-13 in Birmingham, Ala.
Dr. Kristianne Kalata Vaccaro, Westminster College assistant professor of English, will speak at Faires Faculty Forum Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 11:40 a.m. in the Sebastian Mueller Theater of the McKelvey Campus Center.
Dr. Kristin Park, Westminster College associate professor of sociology, and Brett Glavey, a 2011 Westminster graduate in sociology, presented at the North Central Sociological Association meeting April 1 in Cleveland.
Dr. Mandy Medvin, Westminster College professor of psychology, and Dr. SoYoung Kang, adjunct education faculty, will present "Stress and Coping: American and South Korean Preschoolers" Wednesday, March 21, at 11:40 a.m. in McKelvey Campus Center's Sebastian Mueller Theater.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Summer Zickefoose, Westminster College visiting assistant professor of art, has two pieces of artwork that are displayed and were curated into exhibitions in Kentucky.
The Westminster College Bookstore and Titan Gift Shop will offer discounted prices on specialized items throughout the holiday season. The sales will be available in-store.
Brian Helsel, a 1997 Westminster graduate, will perform the works of Steve Barr, a 1998 Westminster graduate, Monday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel.
The program, which will be played on a new Steinway piano donated by the class of 1954, will begin with "Sonata No. 2, Op. 22" by Schumann, and end with Bolcom's "Two Ghost Rags." The balance of the program will be Barr's "Five Miniatures of Summer."
"The work reflects the composer's impressions of several aspects of summer that are found in the outdoors," Helsel said, who debuted this work in a concert broadcast through West Virginia Public Radio. "This set of brief movements explores scenes in chronological order over the course of a single day, using a variety of harmonic and formal structures, while attempting to preserve economy of means."
While at Westminster, Helsel earned his degree in vocal music education and piano performance, and his master's from Duquesne University. He has taught music for eight years, most recently in the Butler Area School District. Helsel also advises extra-curricular choral groups at Butler Senior High School, and is the assistant director and accompanist for the Blazing Star Choral Society, and the community choir of Butler County. He has played piano and organ for the Butler Symphony, and the North Main Street Church of God in Butler, and trumpet for the Butler Brass Quintet.
Barr composes music for a variety of genres, including choral, vocal, symphonic and orchestral works, chamber music, as well as keyboard solos and electronic music. He earned his master's degree from the University of South Florida, and his Ph.D. from West Virginia University.
For more information, contact the Westminster College Department of Music at (724) 946-7190.
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