Look Well, O Wolves!

Introducing new faculty and administrative staff for 2005-06:

Alissa Busci 04, assistant director of admissions. B.A., Moravian College.

Lee Chasen, visiting assistant professor of mathematics. B.S., Bloomsburg University; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Cynthia Dauscher, user support analyst, CIT. B.S., Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Kelly Denton-Borhaug, assistant professor of religion. B.A., California State University at Northridge; M.Div., Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union.

Shari and Stephen Dunham, assistant professors of biochemistry. Shari: B.A., Drew University; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Stephen: B.A., Hamline University; Ph.D., Montana State University.

Laura Gordon 99, assistant director of student life. B.A., Moravian College; M.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Michael McGuire 03, network administrator, CIT. B.A., Moravian College.

Sean Mulholland, assistant professor of economics. B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Clemson University.

James Paxton, instructor of history. B.A., University of Toronto; M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Maria Schantz, assistant professor of nursing. B.A. and B.S.N., Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales; M.A. and Ph.D., Temple University.

Craig Underwood, media services manager. B.M., Lebanon Valley College.

*For those who have forgotten, the phrase comes from the opening chapter of The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, in a scene in which new members are accepted into the pack.

September 20, 2005

Roommate Wrangles:
A Dear Abby column advises college students and their parents on how to resolve roommate conflicts.

Skulldiggery:
Paleontologist and conservation activist Richard Leakey to speak at Cohen Arts & Lectures.

We the People:
Speaker for Constitution Day.

Look Well, O Wolves!:
New faculty and administrative staff.

Datebook:
Campus calendar.
Man of La Mancha:
film series introduces Moravian's tribute to 400th aniversary of "Don Quixote."
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.

Todo el Mundo:
New book by Spanish faculty discusses Spanish as affected in different parts of the world by indigenous languages.