Dr. Cairns welcomed to CJ faculty staff

Waynesburg University had some changes in the staff over the summer break. Among them was a new chairperson promoted in the Department of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences.  Dr. Kenneth Cairns, a psychologist who worked 20 years in the Pennsylvania Corrections Department in the prison system, retired in 2019 and joined the University to teach … Continue reading

Chamber of Commerce looks to break personal record

Potentially breaking a new record all while making their goals to help neighboring organizations is just what one Greene County organization aims to do. According to its website, the Greene County Chamber of Commerce works “to provide services and programs that will increase the success of member businesses and organizations and enhance the economy and … Continue reading

Local church offers final Lenten lunch

The season of Lent is referred to as a time of preparation and an opportunity to grow closer to God. As a result, it is a time of personal reflection that gets people ready for Easter and Good Friday. It also means another annual tradition as people search their local communities for the ideal fish … Continue reading

Cairns to publish textbook

Dr. Kenneth Cairns, a familiar face and name at Waynesburg University as an assistant professor of criminal justice as well as a university counselor. Cairns earned his doctorate in Psychology at Case Western University in 1992. After three years of work, Dr. Cairns will have his very own textbook titled “Forensic Psychology: An Inside Perspective … Continue reading