A group of Tibetan monks from the Gaden Shartse Monastery will visit Westminster College Monday-Thursday, Oct. 13-16, in the Witherspoon Lakeview Room of the McKelvey Campus Center.
Rhapsody, a composition for violin, clarinet, and piano written by Dr. Daniel Perttu, Westminster College assistant professor of music, was recently published by BRS Music, Inc., in Indianapolis.
Westminster College students in an "Understanding Religious Experience and Expression" class recently visited the Sri Venkateshwara Hindu Temple in Penn Hills.
Sarah Ortz, a Westminster College senior music education major, will present her capstone horn recital Sunday, Oct. 31, at noon in Orr Auditorium. The program is free and open to the public.
The 106th New Wilmington Mission Conference (NWMC) will be held at Westminster College July 23-29.
Westminster College's Drinko Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is now the Drinko Center for Experiential Learning.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Eleven Westminster College "Broadcast and Digital Journalism" students worked on election day as digital video journalism stringers for the online version of the New Castle News.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Westminster College announces several personal enrichment and leisure courses for community residents, covering interests ranging from understanding football to glass painting to knitting.
Westminster College biology students and their professor were invited to Philadelphia, Pa. to present their work at the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) National Meeting, some receiving awards for their travel to the event.
Dr. James Perkins, professor of English at Westminster College, recently had a short story published in the "Miamian," the magazine of his alma mater, Miami University.
"The Discovery of Electricity" is a story about Perkin's childhood experience surrounding plugging in his dad's console radio, and the resulting jolt that sent him "flying backwards across the living room." This story is one of many from Perkin's book "Snakes, Butterbeans, and the Discovery of Electricity" published in 2003 by the Mercer University Press.
"I loved the picture of the young boy tuning the old radio that they found to accompany the story," Perkins said. "I was pleased with the fact that my appearance in the "Miamian" sparked a noticeable increase in book sales."
Perkins book explores the innocence of Four-eyes, a Kentucky boy who grew up in the 1940s. Through a series of stories about his family, his childhood pranks, and his vivid imagination, this nostalgic and funny book goes down the forgotten paths and pitfalls of childhood. In the fashion of the truest Southern storytellers, Perkins invites the reader to come in, stay awhile, and listen.
Perkins who has been with Westminster College, since 1973, is also the chair of the Department of English and Public relations. He earned his undergraduate degree from Centre College, his master's from Miami University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee. During the fall term of 1998, he was a Fulbright Visiting Professor at Seoul National University in Korea. He has also been honored as a Henderson Lecturer and McCandless Fellow. His publications also include three chapbooks of poetry, "For the Record: A Robert Drake Reader (a collection edited with Randy Hendricks), and collections of short stories, and "Southern Writers at Centuries End," (a collection of essays co-edited with Jeffrey Folks).
For more information, contact Perkins at (724) 946-7347 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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