Special exhibit highlights School of Psychology & Counseling faculty scholarship

The exhibit is located in the Library lobby.Written by Robert Sivigny, University Librarian

Publications by faculty in the School of Psychology & Counseling are currently on exhibit in the display case in the front lobby of the Library. The exhibit is one in a series of displays commissioned by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs to celebrate faculty contributions and research in the various schools at Regent. The display includes works by professors Rosemary Thompson, Stephen Parker, Benjamin Keyes, Gabriel Dy-Liacco, James Sells, and Mark Yarhouse.

About the exhibit, Dr. Mark Yarhouse from the School of Psychology & Counseling remarks, “You see in this display a range of interests represented among these particular faculty members. We see our faculty members in the SPC contributing original research in peer-reviewed journals, writing textbooks for the broader field, developing Christian integration textbooks for Christians interested in psychology and counseling, and receiving recognition for their work and service in the field.”

The display will continue through the first week of March.