Colby King, a 2007 Westminster College graduate and current sociology graduate student at the University of South Carolina, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA) Aug. 1-4 in Boston.
The Mathematics Association of America (MAA) Board of Governors announced the election of Dr. Barbara Faires, Westminster College professor of mathematics, as secretary-elect of the MAA.
Dr. R. Tad Greig, director of bands and chair of Westminster College's Department of Music, was selected to receive the Keystone Salute, the highest honor conferred by the Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs (PFMC).
"After This Strange Starting: Method, Theory and the Philosophy of Religion(s)," written by Dr. Bryan Rennie, Westminster College Vira I Heinz professor of religion, was published in Method and Theory in the Study of Religion.
Brett Glavey, a Westminster College senior sociology major, is one of eight students nationwide who received a 2011 Samuel Robinson Award from the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Westminster College hosted "Behaviors, Disabilities and Curriculum in the Early Childhood Environment," two workshops for early childhood educators, Feb. 4 and 18.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Westminster College sophomore broadcast communication major Chelsea Haybarger and team Sunshine's entry took the grand prize in the Titan Terror Project showcase Oct. 18 in the Sebastian Mueller Theater of the McKelvey Campus Center.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Dr. Sararose Lynch, assistant professor of education, was published in the August issue of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics journal Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School.
The department of art will host a reception on Wednesday, Nov. 5 from 4:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. in the Foster Art Gallery in Patterson Hall. Artists will speak about their art work at 5:15 p.m.
Westminster College recently received a $1,851 grant from the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance for partial support of Capelle Meisters, a classical organ concert series being offered by the Department of Music through the new Western Pennsylvania Cultural Arts Center.
The first in the series of three concerts, Organ Versus Brass, is scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel.
"Complementary yet opposing instrumentation creates an attractive and interesting concert," said Dr. Elizabeth Harrison, college organist and assistant professor of music. "This event will feature joint repertoire for organ and brass, as well as individual pieces from some of Westminster's own top-flight classical musicians."
In addition to Harrison, this concert features the Westminster Faculty Brass Quintet, which includes Andrew Erb, Paul Gerlach, Robert Cole, Dr. Tad Greig, and Robert Antonucci.
Harrison, who designed this series of concerts, shared her enthusiasm and knowledge about the events.
"The title of our series, Capelle Meisters, is taken from music history. The word "Capelle" means chapel and the word "Meisters" means masters. Historically Capellemeisters were the musicians who composed and performed for weekly and sometimes daily worship services and during the Renaissance and Baroque eras, they were considered the most outstanding musicians," Harrison said.
"Following that tradition, our Capelle Meisters brings some of our country's best musicians to our campus to perform a wide variety of church music using the organ in our chapel. We feel incredibly privileged to have received this grant and to offer this series to Westminster and to the surrounding community!"
The series of concerts continue in 2005 with "Masterworks for the Organ" featuring Dr. Dana Robinson from the University of Illinois School of Music Feb. 4, and "Capelle Improvisations" by Dr. William Porter, professor of organ and harpsichord at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., April 1.
The grant also includes funding for outreach activities, such as demonstrations and master classes, for area kindergarten through high schools, Westminster College students, and community organists.
This project is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts, the regional arts funding partnership of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency. State government funding comes through an annual appropriation by Pennsylvania's General Assembly and from the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency. PPA is administered in this region by the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance.
The concert series is open to the public. Voluntary donations will be accepted.
For more information, contact Harrison at (724) 946-7024 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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