Students in Biological Psychology (PSYC 225) participate in the first course lab using psychophysiology equipment acquired during the summer. Shannon Joyce (Biomedical Science), Jes Schneider (Biology), and April Collins (Psychology) record electromyographic (EMG) activity from Kristian DeRidder’s (Psychology) forearm. This is the first of seven labs that are now part of the course. In future labs, students will record and analyze stomach contractions (EGG), brain activity (EEG), emotion (facial EMG), and stress (EDA and EKG).
Instructor Eliza Warren (Literature & Languages) and 26 of her CBU students attended the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington at the National Civil Rights Museum on August 28. There were performers, bands, speakers–including a man who was at the March in ’63, a recitation of Dr. King’s “I Have A Dream” speech, and much, much more.