[Students commented] on how Marie's classes helped them understand how to cultivate virtues like patience and humility, how to connect doctrines like creation and incarnation to art, and how art-making could be aligned with to become a way of prayer and communion with God.
Truly impressive." Ed Song (Philosophy, Political Science).
Andrea teaches clinical psychology, while Tom focuses on American politics.
Three colleagues have advanced to associate professor: Kristi Lazar Cantrell teaches chemistry and leads the pre-med program; Sarah Jirek serves in the Sociology Department and oversees the clinical internship program; and Amanda Sparkman teaches evolutionary biology and studies environmental science.
She was personable and very accommodating." Marie Schoeff (Art).
From Lisa De Boer: "She gets high marks from students in helping them connect their faith to their work as artists.
A fair share (39%) envision earning a doctorate or a professional degree (e.g., M. Many of our students in the sciences who go on to advanced degrees spend a summer in the lab, working closely with faculty on research.
This summer we have twenty-two students from all six departments of the Natural and Behavioral Sciences Division doing research in the field and in our own labs.
NEW MAJOR IN DATA ANALYTICS Based on the approval of the faculty and the trustees, Westmont will launch a new major in Data Analytics in the fall.
The Mathematics, Computer Science, and Economics faculty collaborated on the program, which blends classes from their three disciplines.