Westminster College is in the business of creating human beings at our best. This year, we invited alumni, students and friends in the community to learn from our very own faculty scholars and alumni business leaders on how we can all live our lives with a mindful purpose.
Each month, we sat back and developed our best selves through the scope of research- and wisdom-based education, learning how our best selves impact community. We didn’t want to keep this wisdom to ourselves, so here it is, neatly packaged for your viewing pleasure! Feel free to watch, take notes and send us what you learned!
Addie Domske '12 and Anna Richards '72 will explore their greatest passions during our first online TITAN Talk. In their talk, "Forever Shaken: Changing how we view language and group dynamics in a post-pandemic world."
We are all shaken as a society by this global pandemic—but will we remember that feeling of personal insecurity once we collectively flatten the curve and a vaccine is made readily available? Join Addie Domske (BA, M.Div, MSW) as she brings in her clinical training in systems group theory and her professional life as a theologian and activist to challenge us to be truly changed by what we have learned about society—our collective group—during these chaotic, pandemic times.
Dr. Karen Resendes, associate professor of biology and co-director of the Drinko Center
Dr. James Rhoads, professor of political science
Tim McNeil ’96, head coach for the men’s and women’s track & field and cross country teams
Brandon Phillian ’09, a Wilmington Area High School teacher and head football coach.
Dr. Bob Badowski, assistant professor and chair of the School of Business and
Summer Zickefoose, assistant professor of art
Dr. Mandy Medvin, professor of psychology;
Gina Vance, assistant vice president for student affairs;
and Sarah Gellman, Westminster counselor
What in the WORLD is out there? Searching for Planets beyond our Solar SystemDr. Thomas Oberst, professor of physics
The World and You: What We Can Learn from the PastDr. Angela Lahr, associate professor of history
The "Chemistry" of BeerDr. Pete Smith, professor of chemistry
The "Chemistry" (relationships) of PeopleDr. Sherri Pataki, associate professor of psychology
How to Start SomethingDaniel J. Miller ’95, Springfield Restaurant Group
Public Speaking: Feared More Than Death, A Friend Throughout LifeDr. Randy Richardson, associate visiting professor of communication studies
Living in the Present and Growing your CreativityDr. Lisa Hickman, religion adjunct faculty
Digging Wells, Building Fires, Planting SeedsDr. Dar Huey, professor of education emeriti
The Time Value of MoneyBrian Petrus, business administration faculty
Running the Race and Recognizing the JourneyTodd Cole, lecturer of education
The Mindful Mind: Creating a Sense of Calm in Life's Turbulent WatersDr. Alison Dubois, associate professor, graduate school chair
Exercise and the MindDr. Deanne Buffalari, assistant professor of neuroscience and psychology