Join us for the 2nd annual Latin American Foodways Festival hosted by Villamaría at Maryville College next Sun. 10/26 from 12:30-2:30 in Alumni Gym at Maryville College!!! Great food from local vendors & some interesting presentations/displays, including “The Delicious Rhythms of Latin America: An Interactive Demonstration," presented by Amber Nejme and Kyle Rydell (MC music students) & Dr. Doug Sofer (MC History professor). Hope to see lots of friends there!
Please help out senior psychology major, Amber Vargas, who is currently conducting her senior thesis research.To be a participant, you must be at least 18 yrs old. The study is on perceptions of witnesses who testify during court trials. Participants will receive an online survey, read a short passage, & respond to Qs. It takes abt 15 minutes. If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help out my senior thesis student, Amber Vargas, who is a psychology major at Maryville College.To be a participant, you must be at least 18 yrs old (you don't have to be a Maryville College student!!!). The study is on perceptions of witnesses who testify during court trials. Participants will receive an online survey, read a short passage, & respond to Qs. It takes abt 15 minutes. If interested, email email@example.com.
Get ready... 2 weeks from today is the 2nd annual Latin American Foodways Festival hosted by Villamaría at Maryville College on Sun. 10/26 from 12:30-2:30 pm in Alumni Gym!!! Great food from local vendors & some interesting presentations/displays, including “Foodways of Brazil,” by Alessandra Tozzi Calvento Mitchell... nos vemos!
Don't forget -- THIS Sat. beginning at 10 am before the Homecoming game... the infamous Behavioral Sciences BBQ cookout near the MacArthur pavillion across from the football field (this year with our friends from Natural Sciences & Math and Computer Science divisions, too)! Come hungry... bring a drink or side dish to share if you wish... or just show up and enjoy! Happy Homecoming!
“BEING DIFFERENT ISN’T WHAT MATTERS…WHAT MATTERS MOST IS LOVE.” Authors share Herbert The Hedgehog. 3 Important lessons: 1. Being different isn't what matters...what matters most is love. 2. The ones who love you most will always be there for you. 3. The most important thing you can ever do is always be yourself. Why is the book so important to share with professionals? Herbert The Hedgehog is the springboard to a difficult conversation that may otherwise never occur because it “hits home”. Children and adults who otherwise may not share their inner most fears and feelings, lose themselves in the story. They relate to Herbert and talk about “him” projecting their own experiences, thoughts, and feelings, beginning the amazing process of greater understanding and, in some very important instances, healing. Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlrcRpg4XG4 Facebook.... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Herbert-the-Hedgehog/241517869221751