Those busy psychologists:
at it again!
Dana Dunn, professor
of pyschology, has an article
in a special issue of the Journal
of Social and Clinical Psychology.
It’s titled “Negotiating
Realities to Understand Others: Teaching
About Meaning and Well-Being.”
his capacity as director of Learning
in Common, Dana attended a conference
on general education and assessment,
sponsored by the Association
of American Colleges and Universities,
February 17-19 in Atlanta. He reports
that compared with many institutions,
the College is ahead of the curve
regarding curricular innovation
in liberal education.
At the invitation
of Janet Sipple, chair of the
School of Nursing, Dana spoke
at a breakfast meeting of the Rotary
Club of Bethlehem Morning Star
on “Positive Psychology
and the Healthy Mind, or What Is
the Good Life?”
At the exact same
time, Robert Brill, associate
professor of psychology, spoke
to the Kiwanis Club of the Lehigh
Valley on “Current
Trends Within the Science and Use
of Employee Selection Tools.”
Fitzgerald ’07, Pennsauken,
N.J.; Eric Kratz ’07, Parsippany,
N.J.; Rachel Ramsay ’06, Cranford,
N.J.; and Jill
Seyfried ’05, Bethlehem— attended
the first New Jersey Student Society
for Human Resources Management conference,
February 12 at William Patterson
University. The keynote address was
by Steven Miranda of Lucent Technologies.
The students, who also are members
of the Moravian College chapter of
SHRM, attended sessions on topics
such as global outsourcing, managing
diversity, and workforce readiness.
Jill participated in a human resources
knowledge contest and won a gift
certificate to be put toward materials
for Moravian College’s chapter.
of psychology, participated in
the Council of Representatives
of the American Psychological Association,
which met February 17-20 in Washington,
D.C. The council is the
governing body of the 150,000-
member APA. Art is serving a three-year
term as representative of the Division
of Humanistic Psychology.
According to current records, he
may be the first member from the
Lehigh Valley to be elected to
Carol Traupman-Carr ’86,
associate dean for academic affairs,
keeps her music-history credentials
limber by writing program notes
for the Bach Choir of Bethlehem.
Her latest is a suite
of essays on A
German Requiem by
Brahms, which the choir sang March
13 in First Presbyterian Church.
Paul Thieken, off-campus
liaison for music, and his wife,
Karen, have a daughter, Katelyn
Faith. She was born February 23,
about six weeks premature, and
weighed slightly less than 5 pounds.
After a few weeks in neonatal intensive
care, Katelyn should be able to
The Olympic torchbearer
arrives at the main stadium in Athens.
Christina Scherwin ’04
Scherwin ’04 gave a talk
with slides to fourth-graders at
Lehigh Valley Academy about her experiences
as Denmark’s representative in the
javelin competition at the Summer
Olympics in Athens. She was joined
by Kerry McCoy, wrestling coach at
Lehigh University, who was a member
of the U.S. Olympic wrestling team.
Their presentation was coordinated
by Jennifer Creamer, director of
international studies. Both athletes
were featured in the January/February
issue of Lehigh Valley Style.
for young readers,
Defining Dulcie, is
puts $2.5 million into
athletic complex improvements,
renames football field
for Rocco Calvo.
of the coffee-bean count
for Reevcs Library coffeehouse.
events for Human Rights
for by Debra Torok for
Human Rights Week.
events for Brain Awareness
staff, student achievements.