NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Nearly forty Westminster College students met the requirements for graduation in December.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Three senior early childhood/special education majors who are members of the Westminster College chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education accepted two honors on the chapter's behalf. The honors were presented at the Kappa Delta Pi's 49th Biennial Convocation Oct. 23-26 in Dallas.
Dr. Kirk Lunnen, assistant professor of psychology at Westminster College, recently presented "A Multi-Perspective Examination of Therapist Self-Disclosure" at the Psychotherapy Research meeting in Utah.
"The real story is that this presentation was a collaborative project with senior psychology major Brooke Arens," Lunnen said. "We found that therapists tend to underestimate how much clients/patients want to know about them (the therapists) and underestimate the impact of personal information on the therapeutic process itself."
"I am excited that my capstone research was accepted as a panel presentation at this meeting," Arens said. "Dr. Lunnen is my research advisor for capstone."
The final component of Liberal Studies at Westminster is a senior capstone course, which is at least a four-semester-hour course within the major designed to provide an opportunity for students to evaluate and assess the strengths and limitations of their major field.
Arens is a daughter of Brent and Beverly Maguire, Erie, and a graduate of Meadville Area High School.
Lunnen, who has been with Westminster since 2002, earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, and his master's and Ph.D. from Ohio University.
For more information, contact Lunnen at (724) 946-7203 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Rita Akin, assistant professor of economics, and Dr. Daniel Fischmar, professor of economics and business, presented their research, "Shock and Causation Across Asset Classes" at the Midwest Economics Association Conference in Chicago.
"The paper examined whether futures and spot markets for foreign exchange interact in a predictable fashion," Fischmar said. "Though both the futures and spot markets follow a random walk, we found that they have a common, predictable trend component."
Akin, who has been with Westminster College since 2003, earned her undergraduate degree from Lafayette College and a master's and Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Fischmar, who has been with Westminster College since 1975, earned his undergraduate degree and master's from Roosevelt University and Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University.
The Westminster College Concert Choir and the Chamber Singers will perform a fall concert Sunday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel.
Four Westminster College students received honorable mention in the East Central Colleges (ECC) Ninth Annual Student Literary Competition.
Local elementary students from kindergarten to second grade recently enjoyed "Reading is Fun" night sponsored by the Kappa Delta Pi, an international education honor society.
During the night of reading, students were invited to celebrate the theme, "Spring Fling, It's a Family Thing," by playing a game to get to know each other, drawing a mural, and reading books. The mural can be found on the third floor of Old Main.
Westminster College will celebrate "Geek Week" Monday-Friday, Nov. 13-17 at 7 p.m. each night in the Hoyt Science Center.
Westminster College recently hired Elizabeth Hildebrand to serve as Publications Director.
The Westminster College Chamber Orchestra will present the second concert in its Classical Series Sunday, March 2, at 3 p.m. in Orr Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
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