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Dorothy Glew, reference and public service librarian, and Julia Maynard, director of the Bethlehem Digital History Project, attended the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Library Association, Oct. 13-17 in Philadelphia.

Rosemary Gish-Ebersole ’92, who works in the Continuing Education department of the Seminary, was named “October Leader of the Month” by Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society.

Carol Baker Libby, adjunct professor of chemistry, attended “Chemistry Is in the News,” a September conference on using newspapers as teaching tools, at the University of Missouri. Baker Libby uses the New York Times as a primary text in her Writing 100D section.

Several faculty members of St. Luke’s Commemorative School of Nursing at Moravian College presented informational displays at the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association convention Sept. 29 in Harrisburg:

Pamela Adamshick, assistant professor, “Community-Based Practice in Support of Teens: The RICHES Program at Liberty High School.”

Michele August-Brady, associate professor, “Global Nursing Education,” which described her address to an annual health congress in Croatia and her site visits to Croatian health-care institutions.

Janet A. Sipple, professor and chair of the school, “Nursing Practice in Advanced Foot Care for the Elderly.”

Inna Kolesnikova ’03 won the parking raffle organized by Delta Tau Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternities. More important, the raffle raised more than $250 for the trust fund established for the children of Noel Foster ’82, who died in the World Trade Center attack.

November 20, 2001

Headline Issues
Simple Gifts
They Shall Return (and They Did)
The Man from Hope
Gaudeamus
Take Note!
Housekeeping
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