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Sep 19, 2013
Student and Alumni Networking in New York City
Register now for this professional networking event with Moravian students and alumni who work in New York City and the greater metropolitan area. This is an opportunity to help students and to connect with other alumni and strengthen the alumni network in New York City.

For more information and to register online click here.
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Location: The Union League Club, 38 East 37th Street, NYC, NY
Contact: Pat Hanna, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations 610-625-7874

Math/CS Department Colloquium

The Mathematics and Computer Science department invites you to our colloquium "The Mathematics of Income Inequality," by Klaus Volpert from Villanova University. He will discuss how we actually measure income inequality and compare a couple mathematical models. Those who read "The Spirit Level" (our summer freshman reading text) should enjoy the discussion of what we actually mean when we try to quantify "inequality."

This is a general audience talk, but those with some familiarity with calculus will have a greater appreciation for the details in the talk.
Time: 11:45am Location: PPHAC 102
Contact: Kevin Hartshorn (610) 861-1374

Highlights From the Permanent Collection

In developing this exhibition in honor of Priscilla Payne Hurd, founder and benefactor of the Payne Gallery of Moravian College, a group of seven art history students from Dr. Radycki's ART HISTORY WORKSHOP collaborated to weave three distinct themes into a single cohesive exhibition. Foremost was to honor a life of giving to the college, and then to feature two groups of paintings donated by Mrs. Hurd which highlight the gallery's collection of works by the women of The Philadelphia Ten, as well as important works by the Pennsylvania Impressionists.

  • Elise Bremer '13
  • Dylan Fatzinger '14
  • Kaitlin Kenyon '13
  • Stephanie Kise '14
  • Kylie Sandt '13
  • Alexandra Van Buskirk '13
  • Marissa Zondag '13

Time: 12pm - 4pm Location: Payne Gallery, Hurd Campus
Contact: Dr. Diane Radycki 610-861-1627