The Article Evening is an annual celebratory event for students and the community to share in the spirit of the program, and to publicly acknowledge graduating students´ work over the past two years. Students present their work on their Publishable-Quality Article or Master's Thesis. This is a wonderful event to attend if you are interested in finding out more about the program.
This year's event takes place on Thurs May 19, 2016 at 6 pm in the Cooperage. Parking in Lot J is nearest to the Cooperage, $5.00 parking fee. Campus Map.
The 2016 graduating students and their presentations:
- Cynthia Bauman, Sacred hive: Beekeeping as spiritual practice
- Abbie Coe, Living in spirit: Co-creation and divine inspiration
- Marjorie Florestal, Whether Negroes dream like the white man
- Eleanor Harding, Slacklining for the soul: Rebalancing relationship with my body
- Mark Konezny, Alchemical video: Using alchemy to explore the dark side
- Elizabeth Madigan, Awakening my soul through nature connection
- Meg Masquelier, A study of transformational relationships formed in a spiritually-based recovery group
- Bailey Murphy, Living with questions: An inquiry into alcohol as guardian of the threshold to grief
- Bridgette Pagano, The depths of Tool: A psychological analysis of the lyrics of a progressive art rock band
- Mellissa Rohrer, In relationship with the numinous: Encounters with animal and plant spirit allies in the imaginal realm
- Dena Watson-Krasts, Rediscovering beauty: One artist's quest to expose the shadow of rape culture
Hear international mythologist Martin Shaw tell the tales of living myth on Sat March 5, 10 am - 1 pm in Warren Auditorium, Ives 101. Free admission. Co-sponsored by the Psychology & Spirituality Lecture Series.