Errare humanum est

InCommon apologizes for several errors in last issue’s list of the end-of-term Impact Awards.

• Bev Kochard ’73, vice president for student affairs, gave the award to Anne Dutlinger, associate professor of art, for her interaction with students after the death of David Evans ’04.

• Dennis Domchek, vice president for administration, gave the award to Marilyn Ramsey, assistant director of admissions, for rejuvenating Blue & Grey Days.

• Bernie Story ’80, vice president for enrollment, gave an award to Sandy Fluck, professor and chair of education, for the enormous work of coordinating the departmental review by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. We inadvertently omitted Sandy from the list.

• Ann Stehney, vice president for planning and research, gave an award to Stephen Simmons, director of continuing education at Moravian Theological Seminary, for the multicultural curriculum (including the Urban Ministry program) and other work he has instituted using an $80,000 grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation.

July 14, 2004

The March Upcountry
Moravian police officer serves in Kosovo.
Bethlehem Street
Free-standing photo of Bethlehem Street in Tondabayashi, Japan, our sister city.
Lead the Way!
14 Moravian students attend LeaderShape, a leadership camp and workshop at the University of Illinois.
Errare humanum est
Corrections to Impact Awards announcement in last issue.

Gaudeamus
Faculty, staff, student accomplishments, new hires, faculty and staff departures, etc.