Psychology Archive


Missouri State Rep. Sonya Anderson met with Megan Poe (teal) and other Evangel grad students in the State Capitol.

Evangel grad students lobby on Student Legislative Day

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Dr. Murray Dempster, Dr. Byron D. Klaus and Dr. Doug Petersen.

Evangel & AGTS participate in Society for Pentecostal Studies annual conference

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Evangel University professor Dr. Grant Jones at the Mount Kenya Animal Orphanage.

Evangel students serve two weeks of Christmas break in Africa

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The Barnett Fine Arts Center is located just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave., on the front of Evangel’s campus

Five prominent alumni on panel at Homecoming 2015

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Gr15 Beh Sci

Department of Behavioral Sciences — 2015 graduation awards

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Haven_ThenNow

Then and Now: 3 big changes I’ve experienced my freshman year

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Dr. Heather Kelly

Dr. Heather Kelly: Student-centric Psychology professor

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Dr. Heather Kelly

‘Chance meeting’ brings Dr. Heather Kelly to EU’s Behavioral Sciences Department

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Truth seal

What does it mean to go to a Christian liberal arts university?

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NanetteThomas

Nannette Thomas (’07): Shares hope through Lost & Found Grief Center

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leaf

Why I decided not to graduate from college early

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Jonas 2013

Jonas Woods (’01): Christian recording artist

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Surviving College

Three thoughts on thriving in college

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Photo by Nick Warnock.

Evangel alum uses English degree as launch into digital endeavors

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Sign & Tulips, 2010

Evangel’s Department of Behavioral Sciences announces 2014 graduation awards

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2013-10.17 CJ trip to Neb

Evangel criminal justice students bring home first-place trophies

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EU Front sign, Riggs F'12

Alumnus awards scholarships to nine Evangel senior social work majors

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Jordan, Kayla 200 DPI 1.13

Evangel senior Kayla Jordan publishes research in prestigious journal

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Graduation

Faculty Blog | God’s will: “You choose”

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Emileigh Morton, a senior at Evangel, is fascinated with the idea of culture. With her teen years spent overseas in the Middle East and Africa, she has grown to love being immersed in the unique traditions of different countries. She also enjoys being immersed in Evangel’s warm atmosphere, thriving in her role as a Resident Assistant in Spence Hall and as a member of her dorm floor’s intramural powderpuff football team. Why did you choose Evangel? I chose Evangel because I had moved several times to very unfamiliar places in the couple years before college, and I wanted to return to somewhere that was familiar and felt like home. I knew Evangel would be a welcoming place, especially since my family would be out of the country. What are your areas of study? I have an International Studies Major with a Psychology Minor. I chose International Studies at first simply because I was interested in history, cultures, and governments. As my call to join the military has evolved over my college years, I have found that an International Studies major will fit perfectly with my ambition of being a linguist. Did you visit campus prior to moving in? I actually had not really visited campus before I came. I think I may have been on campus a couple times as a kid because of different church events, but I had never toured campus before I came. What makes the environment at Evangel special? People really care about you. The professors care if you're sick one day, the RAs go out of their way to build relationships with students, and leadership is willing to mentor and help students grow. The girls on my dorm floor are like family, and there is a general sense of respect and relationship that is valued across all campus departments. What is the best thing about the Social Sciences Department at Evangel? The people in my department are passionate. We watch political debates together, talk about societal issues, hear each other out, and act on our passions. The department has a lot of careers that can potentially stem from the different areas of study, and I love the interaction of different kinds of people who all have similar interests and goals. What are your career goals? I would like to join the Air Force after I graduate in May and work to become an Arabic linguist. Why should a prospective student choose Evangel? Evangel offers not only academic opportunities, but also huge life-learning opportunities. The integration of academics, spirituality, and relationships creates an environment that prepares students not only for a career, but also for the ultimate career of living life as a genuine, effective Christian. What are some activities you enjoy when you’re not in classes? I love travel, history, vintage clothing, and the outdoors. I also run an online shop where I sell vintage and handmade items (https://www.etsy.com/shop/FlashbackSummer?ref=ss_profile). My love for vintage and its place in who I am has developed here at Evangel, and I appreciate the accepting atmosphere that has fostered that self-discovery.

Emileigh Morton: International Studies major and resident assistant

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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StillSweating-Vision

Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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ThreeReasons-Vision

A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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WrightNow-Vision

Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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REPurpose-Vision

Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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NewView-Vision