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Sewanee students participate in Laws of Life research program

A year later, the project to study the Laws of Life Essay Contest is proceeding under the direction of Research Professor Sherry Hamby, Principal Investigator.  Ten Sewanee psychology majors and two students who majored in other departments constitute the majority of the Life Paths Research Program Interviewers and Interns.

  • Matt Hagler '13 – double major in Psychology and in English
  • Dean Hayes '11 – Anthropology major with a minor in Spanish
  • Daniel McKelvey '10 – Psychology major
  • Karimeh Moukaddem '11 – double major in International and Global Studies and in Environmental Studies: Policy
  • A. Jordan Rothschild '12 – Psychology major with minors in Religion and in Political Science
  • Logan Rothschild '13 – Psychology major
  • Lindsey Thomas '11 – major in Psychology, minor in French Studies
  • Marcela Weber '13 – Psychology major with a minor in Spanish

Current students.

  • Jessica Deimler '14 – Psychology major with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies
  • Obianuju Okonkwo '15 – Psychology major
  • Lindsay Selden '14 – major in Psychology, minor in Spanish
  • Pete Thomas '15 – Psychology major with a minor in Music

The Sewanee Mountain Messenger carried a story based on an interview with Dr. Hamby in its Friday, July 19, 2013 issue:  Sewanee Professor Leads Study of Laws of Life Contest.   (lower center, page 1;  continued top right, page 10)