Gaudeamus

An article describing a course in the social impact of science (fulfilling the U1 LinC requirement) developed and taught by Dana Dunn, professor of psychology, will appear in the journal Teaching of Psychology. “Teaching About the Origins of Behavior: A Course on Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology” describes the effect of recent research on the nature/nurture debate. Dana taught the course last fall and will do so again in Fall 2003.

Btw, Dana is acting chair of the Philosophy Department this year.

Susan DeSanto-Madeya, assistant professor of nursing, presented the findings of her doctoral dissertation, “The Meaning of the Experience of Living with Spinal Cord Injury for the Family Unit,” at the 15th annual scientific sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, May 27-29 at Yale University.

Linda Heindel, just-retired dean of continuing and graduate studies, received a plaque for “outstanding contribution to continuing education” June 6 from the Association for Continuing Higher Education, Region IV. Linda has won the association’s service award twice, after being chair in 1994-95 and again in 1997-98.

July 15, 2003

Save the Children:
Moravian contributions of clothes and toys sent to Iraqi children.

Colleagues:
Moravian joins Annapolis Group of elite liberal arts colleges.
History with a Kick:
Moravian's contribution to the Miles of Mules project.
And the Band Played On:
Faculty blues band Lethal Combination.
Short shorts:
Musical Offering, Page-Turner, One More, Lame and Halt, and Deaths in the Family .
Nurses Without Borders:
School of Nursing starts the process of assisting a nursing program in Tanzania.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.
The Written Word:
Lebenfeld student writing awards.
Ties That Bind:
Bettie Smolansky represents Moravian at her alma mater, Lenoir-Rhyne College in North Carolina.