Susanna Krotchko Larmore cherishes her time at Moravian and all of the friends she made along the way. She appreciates the opportunities that her rigorous education and training have provided her, and she is very grateful for her MC experiences.
Elizabeth Kuehner Mauch, Ph.D. has been appointed to lead Bethany College as its 15th president. She has served as the interim president since July 2019 and is the first woman to be appointed to serve at Bethany College as president. Mauch came to Bethany as the vice president of academic affairs. Prior to that, she served as the dean of the college of education at Bloomsburg University. Before that, she was a professor of mathematics and interim dean.
In July 2019, Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, named Elizabeth Mauch ’93 interim president. Mauch has been serving as acting president since July 8 and currently serves as vice president of academic affairs at Bethany. Mauch holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Moravian College and a master’s degree and doctorate in mathematics from Lehigh University.
April Barton has been named the new dean of Duquesne University’s law school. Most recently she served as associate dean for academic affairs at Villanova’s Charles Widger School of Law. Barton graduated from Moravian College with a degree in physics and went on to earn her law degree from Villanova where she was honored with the Herman Mitchell Schwartz Award given annually to the person in the graduating class who, in the opinions of the faculty, has contributed the most to the achievement of equality of opportunity and treatment for women.