Carmen Ferrero-Pino, associate
professor of Spanish, presented a paper at the Middle Atlantic
on Latin American
Studies, February 20-22 at Muhlenberg College. She spoke
on “Escritoras Hispanas: la tradición
que abre un camino” (Hispanic women writers: a traidition
that opens a path) during a panel on new young women writers
from Spain and Latin America.
Peter von Allmen, associate
professor of economics and chair of the Department of Economics
and Business, was an external
reviewer February 20 for Bloomsburg University’s
economics department. His review was part of the department’s
regular five-year self-study. He met with faculty, students,
the dean, and the provost. “It provided a fascinating
glimpse of how resources are allocated and priorities determined
within the state higher education system,” he said.
Delta Kappa, the leadership honor society, selected Phyllis
Walsh, community service coordinator, its outstanding
leader for January.
Phyllis was one of the principal
the Martin Luther King Jr. “Day of Service” on
January 15. Not only did she set up service events at
kitchens, six day-care centers, and the Allentown Boys
and Girls Clubs, but she also provided transportation
herself when other plans fell through.
librarian Dorothy Glew, who is
also coordinator of instruction at Reeves Library, described
the online research tutorial she created at the spring
meeting of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Theological
February 19 at Philadelphia Biblical University. Director
Rita Berk and reference/public services
librarian Bonnie Falla, who is also the library’s
liaison with the Seminary, also attended the meeting.
Eva Marikova Leeds, associate professor of
economics and business, chaired a session of the Eastern
annual meeting, February 21-22 in Washington, D.C.
Then she participated in a new mentoring program called
by the association. Its goal is to help junior economists,
especially women, become better teachers and researchers
and eventually to achieve tenure.
Daniel Lucas ’75,
a C.P.A. and an attorney in Scranton, will receive
the Accounting Club’s Pinnacle
Award at its April 25 dinner. Dan has underwritten
an award for senior accounting students. The club has set
boxes around campus to support his non-profit foundation
Milk Saving Starving Children, an initiative to address
Dana Dunn, professor of psychology and
of philosophy, attended the Southeastern Teaching
February 26-29 in Atlanta. There he met with colleagues
to plan a fall 2004 conference on “Finding
Out: Best Practices for Teaching Research Methods
Khristina Haddad and Lisa
assistant professors of political science, stood
up for Moravian at the
Western Political Science Association conference,
in Portland, Oregon. Khristina presented a paper
or the Shape of Political Community in Time: 12
Questions for Feminist Theory.”
Bogle, visiting assistant professor of sociology,
presented a paper at the Eastern Sociological
annual meeting, February 22 in New York. Katie
is a scholar of dating patterns, among other
things, and her paper was
on “Formal Dating After College: How Environmental
Context Shapes Behavior.”
Danielle Anderson ’04,
Levittown, will be a new member of the dance
team, a.k.a. cheerleaders, for the Philadelphia
Soul, the Arena Football League team owned
by Jon Bon Jovi.
She also is writing an article about being
a “soulmate” for
the Bucks County Courier Times, her hometown
newspaper, where she is interning.
Nazy Madani ’05,
Hellertown, wins the Lebensfeld Prize for best
Writing 100 essay. Hers was titled “Why
She Was Built in the First Place.” A
student of adjunct instructor Nancy
Nazy receives $75.
A Farewell . . .
John Weeren, who has worked
wonders with the Moravian College Archives in not quite
two years, has left to
become assistant to Shirley Tilghman, president of Princeton
University. They are fellow Canadians. We’ll miss
. . . and a Hello
And we welcome James Tyler,
the son of two Moravian professors and an adjunct instructor
of Latin, as interim archivist.
He will be working Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
His parents were George and Dorothy
professors of business and
French respectively. Jim holds a B.A. from
Yale University and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Cornell University.
are these people? Faculty photos from
the Dark Ages.
awards, Arts Ovation awards, Seminary
art show in Payne Gallery.
on women, careers, mentors, featuring Dee Dee
Myers as keynote speaker.