Psychology

Meet the Faculty – Dr. Angela Mackey

Associate Professor of PsychologyChair, Social Sciences Division HometownBorn and raised in Laramie, Wyo., but considers San Diego to be “home.” Education“I earned my bachelor of science in biology (emphasis zoology) at San Diego State University. My goal at the time was to be an animal trainer, so I picked up a minor in psychology, which…

Class of 2021 – Evyn Hendrickson embraces her second home

“It was very liberating after I arrived here to learn that my professors and classmates supported me academically and personally. I am so thankful, and I encourage any prospective student who is considering KWC to make the KWC choice and embrace the tight-knit community here. “I chose Kentucky Wesleyan because I knew the College’s reputation…

Welcome, Rebekah “Robie” Dickinson ’24 – A Third Generation Panther

Freshman Robie Dickinson and her classmates anticipated their arrival at KWC with the usual sense of anticipation and mix of emotions that accompanies the transition from home to college life. “I was very nervous about moving into the dorm because I didn’t want to be away from my family,” Robie explained. “But now that I’m…

Why We Give – Brad ’88 and Danielle (Benson) Woodward ’88

Why we give to the College and encourage others to give. “We wouldn’t be where we are today if not for KWC. It’s hard to imagine where we would be had we not had the influences, experiences, etc. Our professors genuinely cared about us. They didn’t forget us after graduation, either. It was more than…

Why I Give – Kayce Dallas ’19

“KWC has given so much to me, and I want to remain as involved as possible. I decided that the best way to begin is by giving back. I encourage our alumni to give because the College gave so much to you. Your contributions will help students just like you in ways you will never know.”…

Meet Deborah Carter Dearing ’79

Hometown “I graduated from Metcalfe County High School in Edmonton, Ky. My father was a United Methodist minister (a second career after starting his adult life as a farmer) who served small rural churches and moved fairly frequently, so I never attended the same school for more than three years in a row while growing…