Michele August-Brady, associate
professor in St. Luke’s
Hospital baccalaureate program at Moravian College, won the
school’s excellence award. She has taught for more
than 13 years in the School of Nursing in both the diploma
program and the baccalaureate program. Janet Sipple,
professor and dean of nursing, says she has been “a
driving force in the pursuit of teaching excellence, curriculum
program enhancement, leadership, and personal-professional
Alma Miles, visiting professor
of nursing, will be the guest of Channel 69’s Talk
with the Doctor,
discussing aging with Dr. Donna Miller. The show airs at
6:30 p.m. Monday,
Michael Thompson ’86,
an adjunct instructor in criminal justice, has been appointed
an assistant district
of Northampton County, matching fellow adjunct Patricia
Dervish, an assistant district attorney for
Lehigh County. Sociology
chair Jim Ravelle says: “I will
try to think of a way to inexpensively commemorate the
notes that the criminal justice adjuncts include District
(and candidate for State Attorney General) John
and police captain Robert Righi, who
is director of criminal investigations for the City of
Bob Mayer, professor of
education, has an article called “The
Long Struggle: African-American Voting Rights” in
the March issue of Cobblestone, a magazine
of history for children
in grades 4-8.
On March 25, the College hosted a teleconference
Engaged Learning Environments for Today’s Students.” Some
25 faculty and staff from Lehigh University and Moravian,
Cedar Crest, and Muhlenberg Colleges attended. It
was coordinated by the College Assessment Committee
sponsored by LVAIC
and our Office of Institutional Planning and Research.
A videotape of the conference and an informative
are on three-day reserve at Reeves Library. The instructor
is Bob Brill, and the reserve number
New arrivals around campus include Justin
Tyler Fleming, born April 10 to sports information
Fleming and his wife, Sandy; and Catherine
born April 19 to Payne Gallery’s David
Leidich and his wife, Erin. Catherine has a 23-month-old
sister named Maisie.
Photo courtesy Dave Roth
These pub-crawlers in Kansas City
are Dave Roth ’85 (second from left) with Kansas City
jazz greats Wayne Goins, Bobby Watson, and Stepanie Nakasian.
On the right: Greg Carroll, president of the International
Association of Jazz Educators.
up to date in Kansas City, where Dave Roth ’85,
artist-lecturer in music (jazz piano) went to the Music
Teachers National Association
conference, March 27-31. Not only was he
recognized for his work in creating the MTNA/IAJE (International Association
of Jazz Educators) Alliance, but he also was asked to perform at the closing-night
gala with the Kansas City All-Star Band and Bobby Watson.
* Karen Stoneback, Facilities
* Barbara Parry, Alumni House
* Peggy Cook, Business, a.k.a. "Payroll Peggy"
*** Connie Carfagno, Duplicating
*** Dorothy Bauder, Facilities
*** Barbara Schultz, Facilities
**** Ed Bolcar Jr., Facilities
**** Larry Mayers, Facilities
***** Lillian Behrens, Bursar
***** Sue O’Hare, Bursar’s Office
star stands for five years.
Investment Club is a first-place winner
at the RISE conference for college
and university investment groups.
Loaded and Play Ball!:
softball sets records, Ed Little
(baseball coach) passes 300th career
win mark, Jason Toedter wins MAC
men's singles championship.
on Moravian math conference, for which
math prof Michael Fraboni received an
ODK Leadership Award. Math
faculty solves a Google puzzle.
new faculty members.