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May 22, 2014
MayReg
All freshmen participate in MayReg. The one-day program provides an opportunity for you and your parents to re-visit the campus and learn more about Moravian College. Most importantly, it provides an opportunity for you to meet with faculty advisors and upper-class student advisors, select courses for the fall term, and better understand our programs, resources, and support networks. Visit the MayReg Website to learn more.
Time: 8:30am - 4:00pm Location: HUB and PPHAC
Contact: Michelle Shafer 610 861-1510
Collaborative Action Research Network's (CARN's) East Coast American Study Day

"Moravian Teacher Researchers In Action: New York City, Rural New Jersey, and Eastern Pennsylvania."

Participants in the CARN Study Day will tour three American secondary schools--one in New York City, one in rural New Jersey, and one in eastern Pennsylvania--where teams of Moravian College alumni have used action research to transform teaching and learning for adolescents.

Britain's Edge Hill University senior lecturer and CARN Coordinating Group member Dr. Mary McAteer will join Moravian College Department of Education faculty and Study Day participants on the three-school tour.

The day will conclude on the Moravian College campus, where Dr. McAteer will lead participants in a discussion of how the Moravian action researchers enacted their beliefs to transform their practice to make a demonstrable difference in the lives of young people.
 Location: Moravian College
Contact: Joseph M. Shosh, Ph.D. 610-861-1482