In addition to Stephanie Giebler ’05, whose “Bisutería” is
on Page 1, winners of the “Hounds Around the World” international photography
• Second place: Jindrich Novak, Merrill Scholar from the Czech
• Honorable mentions: Todd Bennett ’06, “Lost in
Dubrovnik,” and Judy Stevenson ’06, “Great
The photos were shown in the HUB November 11-December 5.
the photographers donated their works to the December 7 art auction, whose proceeds
of more than $300 went to Hurricane Katrina relief. The Art Department also thanks
art donors Dennis Domchek, vice president for administration, and Doris
professor emerita of mathematics. Chelsea Shepherd ’07 organized the event,
and Rob Valente ’07 was the auctioneer.
Kelly Denton-Borhaug, assistant
professor of religion, presented a paper to the American Academy of Religion,
November 18-22 in Philadelphia. “The Rhetoric of Sacrifice:
Tales of Obfuscation and Glorification” investigates the discourse
of sacrifice used by the Bush administration in the buildup to and support
of its military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
On the Yahoo homepage
(www.yahoo.com) is a photo of David Zinczenko ’94,
editor of Men’s Health magazine. He wrote an entry on
getting healthy in 2006.
Bill Falla, adjunct instructor of religion,
presented a paper called “Redeemed
by Beauty: Teilhard as Poet” at the “Teilhard’s Legacy:
Rediscovering Fire” conference, November 17-19 at Chestnut Hill
Eva Makarova Leeds, associate professor of economics,
presented a paper, “Analyzing
Development in the Arab World,” at the Southern Economic Association
conference, November 20 in Washington, D.C. She also was a discussant
for a session organized by Lisa Cave, who was an
assistant professor of economics at Moravian last year.
Brass released its long-awaited Christmas CD just before the holidays.
Carol Traupman-Carr ’86, associate dean
of academic affairs and brass arrangements, is represented with
her scoring of “O
Come, O Come Emmanuel.” Her classmate,
Brian Hay ’86, plays trombone in the ensemble,
artist-lecturer in music, plays tuba. Visit www.allenorgan.com/store/aoc-031-00080.html
to hear a sampler from the CD.
Art Lyons, professor of psychology,
published an article in the 2006 issue of The Humanistic
the Past, Creating a Future: Challenges for Humanistic Research” traces
the history of humanistic research, offers a challenge to researchers
not to assume a defensive reactionary mode, and presents five
critical themes to be explored.
Clarke Chapman, professor of
religion, attended the annual meeting of the Society of Christian
Ethics, January 5-8 in Phoenix. He chaired a session on the
evangelical voter in 2004. He also was the reviewer/juror for a paper on
Jewish political scientist Michael Walzer as a dialogue partner
for Christian ethics. And the Arizona weather was wonderful!
• Changes have been made to the College’s
Family Medical Leave Act policy to reflect parental leave for new children (born,
adopted, or in foster care). Contact the Human Resources Office for information,
or read online in the faculty or staff handbook. Ext. 1527.
• Jenzabar users:
Share your tips and techniques with Paul Edinger, CIT, or Carol Traupman-Carr ’86,
associate dean for academic advising, who will be attending the first PA EX
Users Conference, March 10 at Peirce College, Philadelphia. Paul is email@example.com,
at Ext. 1648; Carol, firstname.lastname@example.org, Ext. 1348.
• Seminary 101,
a five-session introduction to seminary education, will be held 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Mondays, February 13-March 13. Information: email@example.com or Ext. 1512.
• The editor of InCommon is on medical leave and apologizes for the missed issue of
January 24. She hopes to print a catch-up issue later this semester. In the meantime,
InCommon returns to its regular biweekly schedule.