Dr. Andrea Grove , assistant professor of political science at Westminster College, recently attended the International Society of Political Psychology Conference (ISPP) in Seattle, Wash.
Four Westminster College environmental science majors recently presented their water research at the annual Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition Symposium held at Grove City College.
Todd Fleckenstein, John Greene, Kevin Hasbrouck, and Gwen Kennedy presented "Phytoremediation: Can Duckweed and Parrot's Feather Effectively Reduce Concentrations of Aluminum and Manganese from Acid Mine Drainage to EPA Standards for Surface Water."
"A rose is a rose is a rose" is probably Gertrude Stein's most famous quote. This first appeared in 1913 in the poem "Sacred Emily" and may be interpreted as "things are as they are." Or, that silly little saw might simply convey a message that using the name of a "thing" in an unusual way builds images and emotions in us of which we were unaware. Of course, we know that outside and deep inside each rose there is a special uniqueness. We just have to look for it!
More than 385 Westminster College students earned Dean's List recognition for the 2007 spring semester semester.
Delores Natale, Westminster College lecturer of public relations, will present "Finding Eudora" at Faires Faculty Forum on Wednesday, March 5, at 11:40 a.m. in the Sebastian Mueller Theater in the McKelvey Campus Center.
The Westminster Cable Network (WCN), Westminster College's campus television station, will no longer be found on cable channel 9 in the New Wilmington Borough. WCN is now Armstrong Cable channel 72, a move that is part of the purchase agreement between Armstrong and the Borough.
Westminster College offers students an outstanding undergraduate education and is included as one of "The Best 371 Colleges" in the nation, according to The Princeton Review, the New York-based education services company.
Photo-collage/digital inkjet prints created by Krista Birnbaum, Westminster College assistant professor of art, will be displayed in two exhibits this month.
Eleven solar photovoltaic panels now adorn one-fourth of the south-facing roof of the shed at the Westminster College Field Station. On a bright, sunny day they generate enough electricity to support the lights, refrigerators and computers in the Nature Center. Should the day be extra bright and we add more panels, the electric meter will reverse. We are on the grid!
Stephanie Reed, Westminster College assistant director of residence life, will present "StrengthsQuest™" Tuesday, Oct. 4, as the "Get Real!" life preparation series continues.
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