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Academic Support Team


Chris Hassay | Associate Director of the Center for Academic Excellence, Director of Academic Support, Coordinator of the Writing Center and Writing Fellows Program

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Office location: Zinzendorf 204
Office phone: 610-625-7820

B.A., M.A.T., Moravian University

Chris Hassay serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Academic Excellence focusing on Academic Support and Coordinates the Writing Center and Writing Fellows initiatives within the Writing at Moravian program. As Coordinator of the Writing Center and Writing Fellows program, Chris works with both undergraduate and graduate students across campus in Writing Center consultations, trains Writing Center Consultants, and work with Writing Fellows who are placed in courses which feature writing across campus. Contact Chris if you have any questions about academic support at Moravian University.

Chris has been with the Writing at Moravian program since 2016 in the role of co-researcher with the Writing-Enriched Curriculum (WEC) project and also serving as the program's staff assistant. He teaches first-year writing as well as worldbuilding courses in the English and Writing Arts Department. His scholarship with Dr. Fodrey and the rest of the Writing at Moravian team has appeared in Composition Forum and Writing-Enriched Curricula: Models of Faculty-Driven and Departmental Transformation, and he has presented on WEC methods and FYW pedagogy at the Writing-Enriched Curriculum Institute, College Composition and Communication Conference, International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Small Liberal Arts College Writing Program Administrators Conference, and Watson Conference. 

Trisha Moller | Coordinator of the Quantitative Resource Center (QRC), Associate Professor of Practice

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Office location: Sally 338

Ph.D. Mathematics, Lehigh University

Dr. Trisha Moller joined the Mathematics department at Moravian in 2008. Her areas of interest include Math Education, Math and Art, and Fractal Geometry. Dr. Moller is an active member in local and national organizations, including the Mathematics Association of America (MAA), and Eastern Pennsylvania/ Delaware (EPaDel) its local section, Association for Women in Math (AWM) and American Association of University Women (AAUW). She is also a passionate leader in BASD Proud Parents and a Public Education Champion fellow for Education Voters of PA, advocating for fair funding for all students. With her dedication and compassion, Dr. Trisha Moller strives to help everyone, including herself, become the “best version of yourself.”

Sela Herber | Academic Affairs Program Coordinator 

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Office location: Monocacy Hall, 2nd Floor
Office phone: 610-861-1348

B.A. '22, M.B.A. '24 Moravian University

Sela Herber works closely with the Office of The Provost, the Center for Academic Excellence, and Academic Affairs, as a whole, and serves as the technical manager of the Navigate early alert system. Sela provides administrative support for team operations and serves as a liaison to faculty, staff, and students on Navigate operations. Stop by Monocacy Hall or schedule an appointment on Navigate to ask general academic questions.