This week in brief

Monday, January 14
No events scheduled.

Tuesday, January 15
11:30 - 11:50 AM – Reflections – Tim Hiller, Center for Vocational Reflection Staff
Ascension Chapel - Founders Hall

Wednesday, January 16
7:00 PM – Callie Crossley – Free Lecture
Wallenburg Hall in Denkmann
"Why Should Politics Matter to Young People?"

Thursday, January 17
10:30 – 11:30 AM – Teaching Circle Session for New Faculty
Dahl Room
Teaching Portfolios

4:00 PM – Reception in Honor of the New Exhibit in Special Collections
Special Collections, First Floor,
Thomas Tredway Library

Friday, January 18
3:30 – 5:30 PM – Friday Conversations – John Pfautz and Marsha Smith
Wilson Center
"CIEE Presentations"

Saturday, January 19
1:00 PM – Flute Master Class – Elizabeth McCafferty Plunk of the
U.S. Marine Band

Wallenberg Hall

7:00 PM – Quad City Arts Event:
Classical Jam
Wallenberg Hall

7:00 PM – Westbrook Singers to
Keynote Annual Martin Luther
King, Jr. Commemoration
Centennial Hall

Sunday, January 20
No events scheduled.















Volume 5, Issue 15• January 14, 2008

Faculty News

Mark Vincent and colleague, Matthew Weeks, recently had an abstract published in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 2007 Vol. 14, No. 14, Pages 317-331, entitled “Using Religious Affiliation to Spontaneously Categorize Others.” The abstract can be viewed by clicking here.

Mark Vincent also took a group of nine students (Brittany Adams, Amy Garczynski, Kenny Slocum, Peter Bowling, A-J Steed, Jim Clinton, Nikki Rohner, Sarah Downie, and Lindsay Laatsch) to the 17 th Annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research conference at Rockford College in November. Most of these students presented the results of research projects conducted in the Psychology Department at this conference.