Prize People

Impact awards for service to the College above and beyond the call of duty recently went to:

John Reynolds, professor of political science, for the diversity program Promise of the Rainbow. Given March 25 by Ann Stehney, vice president for planning and research.

Adam Stauffer, development coordinator for the Blue & Grey Club. Given March 19 by Bob Schoenen, vice president for institutional advancement.

The vice presidents’ awards are $500.

Two of Allentown’s Arts Ovation Awards went to:

Rudy and Rose Ackerman. Rudy is Priscilla Payne Hurd Professor emeritus of Arts and Humanities emeritus. Alongtime teacher at the Baum School of Art in Allentown, he taught at Moravian from 1963 to 2002 and is represented in the faculty art show currently in Payne Gallery.

Renzo Faggioli, who has been ceramicist in residence with the Art Department since 1986, and also is an instructor at the Baum School.

Moravian Theological Seminary paid tribute to two alumni at its annual reunion luncheon March 12.

• The John Hus Award went to Rev. Dr. Samuel Marx ’39, ’42 for his outstanding service to the ministry, especially in Central America. He also is a medical doctor and an editor (now retired).

• The Seminary this year instituted an award in pastoral counseling, named for the Right Rev. Bishop Edwin W. Kortz ’31, ’34, a resident of Moravian Hall Square in Nazareth. The first recipient is Louise Young ’90, a nurse and counselor with a private practice in Bethlehem.

March 30, 2004

April Fool!:
Who are these people? Faculty photos from the Dark Ages.

Prize People:
Impact awards, Arts Ovation awards, Seminary alumni awards.

The Art Beat:
Faculty art show in Payne Gallery.

Women's Work:
Conference on women, careers, mentors, featuring Dee Dee Myers as keynote speaker.

Campus calendar.
Faculty/staff/student achievements.