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Three Westminster College Students Present Undergraduate Research

Three Westminster College students presented their undergraduate research at the Fourth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Maryland in October.

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Westminster College Church Relations to Host Speaker

The Westminster College Office of Church Relations will host Dr. John Burgess, former associate professor at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. to begin the first of a series of Continuing Education Events at Russell Hall.

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Westminster College Religion Professor Presents Paper

Dr. Bryan Rennie, associate professor of religion and philosophy, recently presented a paper at the Eastern International Regional Meeting of the American Academy of Religion held at Mercyhurst College.

The paper, "Compassion as Evidence of Understanding: A Response to Carl Olson's Indian Philosophers and Postmodern Thinkers," argues that while Olson, a professor of history of religion at Allegheny College, does an excellent job of presenting the thought of a collection of classical and contemporary Indian thinkers, his understanding of those contemporary Western authors dubbed postmodern is less than satisfactory.

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Student Awarded SharonSteel Scholarship

(L-R)Gloria Cagigas, Shannon Bobbert, and Lori A Darby, trust administrator of the SharonSteel Foundation

Shannon Bobbert, a Westminster College English major, was recently selected as a 2006 SharonSteel Foundation Scholar.

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Westminster College Restructures Communication Services Office; Hires Peterson and Promotes Chandler

Jody Peterson
Sandi Chandler

Westminster College recently restructured its Communication Services Department by hiring Jody Peterson as Assistant to Graphic Designer and promoting Sandra Chandler to Communication Specialist and Office Manager.

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Westminster College Shatters Application Record; Applications Up 125%

The demand for a Westminster College education has never been higher. The 156-year-old, private, liberal arts college in New Wilmington, Pa., is on pace to double the previous record for applications.

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Accounting Professor and Students Demonstrate Monopoly Teaching Game at Conference

David Smith

David Smith, Westminster College assistant professor of accounting, has modified the board game of Monopolyâ„¢ into a teaching tool for accounting students. Smith and four Westminster students recently demonstrated the modified game at the Promoting Student Success conference at the College of Southern Maryland.

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Westminster College to Celebrate Constitution Day

Dr. Angela Lahr

Westminster College will celebrate Constitution Day 2009 with a presentation and student competition Thursday, Sept. 17, at 12:45 p.m. in the Sebastian Mueller Theater of the McKelvey Campus Center.

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Choruses to Present Spring Concert

The Westminster College Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus, and Women's Chamber Ensemble will present "An Afternoon of Song" Sunday, April 18, at 3 p.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.

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Students Take Annual Putnam Examination

(l-r) Todd Changoway, Rich Ligo, Stephen Donnel, Aaron Zavora

Four Westminster College mathematics students participated in the 71st annual Putnam Examination Dec. 4 on campus.

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