Anna Whetstone was accepted into the class of 2017 Rutgers University Physician Assistant program, starting this fall.
Caitlin Worrich of Bethlehem, Pa. was hired as band director and extended-care coordinator at The Swain School.
On Halloween, Kristi Beisecker started a 60 day graphic design contract position at Minuteman Press New England in Enfield, CT.
Brittany Keller moved from Philadelphia to Atlanta in September and is working for Norfolk Southern as a management trainee in the network and service department, with a focus on unit trains, which are trains that carry one commodity. She left a position teaching calculus in Philadelphia in order to begin the position at Norfolk Southern. Since moving to Atlanta she has been traveling extensively.
Lindsay Henkelman is pursuing a Master of Social Work at University of Alaska Anchorage. She currently has a practicum placement at Alaska native Tribal Health Consortium where she travels to rural villages in Alaska working on domestic violence prevention and suicide prevention and intervention.
Carolyn Latkovich is pursuing a MSEd in Special Education with an Autism concentration from Monmouth University. Carolyn teaches fourth grade at Cedar Hill Elementary in Basking Ridge, N.J.
Katherine Morash is pursuing her masters in International Education from la Universidad de Alcala de Henares, Instituto Franklin, Teach and Learn program outside of Madrid, Spain. Katherine also interns at the Aquinas American School in Pozuelo de Alarcon, also outside of Madrid.
Nicholas Guerriero and Amie Ballo ’11 were recently engaged. An October, 2014 wedding is planned.
Steven Feldman has been awarded the William J. Yankee scholarship from the American Polygraph Association. Steven is a project manager at the National Council for Science and the Environment in Washington, D.C. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree, full-time, at the Institute of World Politics, also in Washington.
John Dimler played in his first GALV Lehigh Valley Open on July 30. John finished 2-over for the tournament.
Kristie Beisecker writes that her first year out of College has been a whirlwind. Since March Kristie has been exhibiting her Kirlian photography work which she produced in Jeff Hurwitz’s Alternative Photography course. Her work has been exhibited at a Leadership Conference at Harvard University and in NYC at the Empire Hotel. Kristie has won an Award of Excellence from an international exhibition where she was one of fifteen artists chosen to exhibit their work in Washington, DC at the Smithsonian Institute at the Ripley Center from October – December. Her work has also been exhibited at the Montreal Art Center in Montreal and at Celebrations Gallery and Shoppes in Pomfret, Conn.
Jamie Theirolf and Zach Dease recently got engaged. A December 2013 wedding is being planned.
Since November Kristi Beisecker has been working as a medium and a psychic at the Original Tremont Tearoom in Boston. This historic tearoom was founded in 1936. Some of her alternative photography has been exhibited recently at Harvard University and at the Empire Hotel in NYC.
Sean Pressmann has been named a recipient in the inaugural Lehigh Valley Business publication’s 2013 Forty Under 40 awards program in recognition of his work with the Jack Pressman Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Kevin Kirsche has accepted a position at Hampden-Sydney College working as a graphic designer.
Caitlin Dean is pleased to announce her marriage to Aaron Bach ’10. They were wed on October 5 at the “Palace at Somerset Park” in Somerset NJ. Members of the bridal party included alumni Katie Lynn ’12, Caitlin Adolph ’11, Robert Hercik ’11 and current student Madeline Webb ’13. Other alumni include Valerie Mariotti ’09, Kat Roberts (Diek) ’09, Emily Starner ’09, Carolyn Latkovich ’12, Jaki Borden ’12, Jillian Pagliei ’10 and Stephen Gross ’11. Current students included Lauren Kowalczyk ’14 and Samantha Anderson ’13. Faculty included Dawn Ketterman-Benner.
Emily Cohen and Brittany Garzillo ’13 received a College Production Award from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) during the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Awards ceremonies on September 22 at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia.
Emily was the executive producer, editor and director of photography on a documentary produced last Spring titled Three Students, Three Expressions of Art. Brittany was the writer, reporter and producer. They received the College Production Award in the category of “Arts and Entertainment/Cultural Affairs” for the documentary, which focused on Moravian’s art department and detailed how three exceptional students followed their passions for the arts and used art to express themselves and illustrate who they are.
They were part of the inaugural semester of PBS39 College Production U, a 15-week session in which television professionals from PBS39 partnered with Moravian College to produce this documentary.
Melissa Andreas is working as a resident director while studying student affairs in higher education at Kutztown University.