Datebook

Saturday, January 14
Doris Schattschneider, professor emerita of mathematics, is interviewed by Studio 360, a program co-produced by National Public Radio and Public Radio International, for a program on “Symmetry.” Studio 360 is a “look at the myriad intersections between the arts, popular culture, and everyday life.” In our area, “Symmetry” will air at 7:00 a.m. on WHYY (91-FM) out of Philadelphia. But for those who think this is a mite early, it will be available as RealAudio on the program’s website, www.wnyc.org/studio360/, and as a podcast.


Sunday, January 15
Heard @ Moravian features a faculty string quartet: Linda Kistler and Inna Eyzerovich, violin; Agnès Maurer, viola; and David Moulton, cello. With extra cellist Gerall Hieser, they’ll play Schubert’s lovely Cello Quintet. 7:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $12, $6 students and seniors. Ext. 1650.


Monday, January 16
Classes begin.


Saturday, January 21
The chaplains’ office, the Leadership Center, the Office of Institutional Diversity, and the Religion Department are co-sponsoring a workshop on “Preparing Students for Global Leadership: Understanding Religious Diversity and Spirituality,” 8:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m., UBC Room, HUB. To sign up: kdenton@moravian.edu.

The workshop was created by presenters Peter Laurence of the Educational Transformation Project at Wellesley College and Diana Denton, professor of drama and communication at the University of Waterloo, Ontario. It addresses the growing phenomenon of those who describe themselves as “not religious but spiritual” and what this means for traditional religions and global interaction.


Sunday, January 22
Deborah Andrus, artist-lecturer in music (clarinet), performs Brahms’ clarinet and cello trio and Bartók’s “Contrasts,” written for Benny Goodman (at right). 4:00 p.m., Peter Hall. $12, $6 students and seniors. Ext. 1650.

 


Ongoing
“Moment in Time: The Bethlehem Steel Plant Today” is a look at the Works as expressed by more than 50 local, regional, and national artists, including several from Moravian, led by Krista Steinke Finch, assistant professor of art (new media). It closes January 29. Payne Gallery. Ext. 1680.

January 10, 2006 (pdf version)

In Conference:
Moravian forms new athletic conference with seven other colleges.

First and Foremost:
Dana Dunn's book is named one of the year's best by American Library Association's Choice magazine. Student team from Moravian wins area computer programming competition, places well in regionals.

Game Plan:
Stephanie Seaman tops 1,000 career points in Moravian Winter Classic Basketball Tournament.

Datebook:
Campus calendar.

Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Kimono Girls:
Winners of International Dinner talent competition.