Faculty Lecture: Kevin Meyer
Dr. Kevin Meyer, associate professor of psychology, neuroscience, and human development at the University of Mount Union, will present the Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 13 in Presser Recital Hall, Cope Hall of the Giese Center for the Performing Arts on Mount Union’s campus.
Meyer will present “Humor, Seriously: Exploring the Connections between Humor and Well-being.” He will discuss how research in the field of humor studies enhances our understanding of how a more rigorous and positive sense of personal well-being is developed and nurtured.
Meyer earned his Bachelors of Arts in psychology, Masters of Science in early childhood development in psychology and his Ph. D in human development and family science from
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Established in 1959, the Faculty Lecture features a member of the Mount Union faculty. This annual event affords the chosen faculty member an opportunity to give a special lecture relating to interesting or important developments in his or her own field or exploring matters of general concern to the faculty.
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