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Sep 18, 2014
Student & Alumni Networking Event in Philadelphia
Meet Moravian students and advise them on their career interests and job opportunities in the greater Philadelphia area. Network with other Moravian alumni who live and work in the area.

Hosted by Matthew Donnelly '04, Manager of Retail Analytics

Click here to register online.
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Comcast Center (43rd Floor) - 1701 JFK Blvd.
Contact: Pat Hanna 610-625-7874
"The Bluebird Effect" - Julie Zickefoose

Please join us to hear Julie Zickefoose talk about "The Bluebird Effect"

Julie Zickefoose's book, The Bluebird Effect: Uncommon Bonds With Common Birds, was Oprah's Book of the Week in April 2012. It's an amalgam of memoir, natural history and beautiful watercolor paintings and life sketches. Julie and her family live in a ranch house topped by a 42 foot tall birdwatching tower. 186 species of birds and 78 butterfly species have graced the 80-acre sanctuary to date. With a dozen species of breeding warblers and more gardens than any one person should probably try to take care of, Indigo Hill has everything Julie needs to keep writing and drawing for a very long time.
Time: 7:00 pm  Location: UBC Room, HUB
Contact: Diane Husic 610-625-7100

Flu Shot Clinic
Free shots (processed through the recipients health plan. Open to ALL Employees.
Time: Noon - 1 pm Location: Reinhard Room, HUB
Contact: Carol J. Meixell 861-1528
International Artist Presentation

Hung Liu's unusual biography infuses her work with a unique richness; her paintings are steeped in Chinese culture, contemporary and ancient. While she has a foot in both cultures?China and the United States?her art is born of a traditional Chinese art education. She fuses images from 7th Century Tang tomb mural paintings of princes and princesses with Western imagery such as St. Christopher carrying a baby across the river, surrounded by her signature circles of color, an abstract pattern which dances energetically across the surface.
Time: 4:30pm Location: Payne Gallery, Hurd Campus
Contact: David Leidich