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April 26, 2018
“Being first can be hard. Being first can be scary. Being first can be exciting,” says Carol Traupman-Carr, associate provost. Being a first-generation college student is unquestionably an accomplishment. On March 24, 2018, Moravian College inducted 105 members to the alpha chapter of Alpha Alpha Alpha, the first honor society in the United States to celebrate first-generation students.
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April 26, 2018
The peer-reviewed achievements of Moravian faculty during 2017. This year 1 book, 18 book and anthology chapters, 20 peer-reviewed articles, 1 short story, 2 group exhibitions, 2 solo exhibitions, and 2 highly competitive awards are showcased. The scholarly communities in which Moravian faculty have shared their knowledge across the disciplines illustrates the breadth and depth of the expertise and research done by our colleagues. 

A focus of Moravian’s curriculum is the development of the skills needed to prepare our students to become problem solvers, creative thinkers, and individuals who contribute to the society around them.  Our faculty are deeply committed to applying and modeling these scholarship traits within their disciplines.  Their scholarly engagement translates into professors who are dynamic, engaging and actively seeking to expand and apply their knowledge beyond the Moravian community, which is evidenced in the 2017 publications.
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April 13, 2018
Dolly Singley joined Moravian College in August of 2017 as the assistant director for accessibility support. She holds a doctorate of special education and a master’s of education in counseling along with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. After the recent symposium “Comprehensive Care and Support for the Concussed College Student,” Inside Moravian spoke with her about her involvement with the event, her work, and her interests.
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April 13, 2018
“There’s a need for everyone to understand the dilemma of the concussed student,” says Barbara Ryan Hausman, director of academic and accessibility support at Moravian College, “and for us to take a multidisciplinary approach.” Seeing these needs, Hausman worked on a grant through the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) that would sponsor a symposium aimed at bringing people together from around the Lehigh Valley to share practices and collaborate on how to support a student—athlete or non-athlete—post concussion. That symposium, “Comprehensive Care and Support for the Concussed College Student,” took place on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
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April 13, 2018
The latest from Moravian College faculty: research, writings, presentations, and other contributions to the community and the world around us.
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April 2, 2018
The latest from Moravian College faculty: research, recognition, creative works, and other contributions to the community and the world around us.
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April 2, 2018
What are Moravian College alumni up to? Soaring in their careers, winning awards, earning recognition—just the usual. Catch up on the latest from Greyhounds around the globe.
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April 2, 2018
Chemistry can well be described as a study of relationships: the relationships of electrons, protons, and neutrons that make up atoms; the interactions between atoms that bond them together in molecules; or even the breakup of the protons and neutrons in an atom (fission) that produces a powerful release of energy. We use the word chemistry to describe human relationships, too—a romantic attraction between two individuals or the harmonious interaction and bonding among a group of people working together toward a mutual goal. Such interaction occurs regularly throughout Moravian College’s community in classrooms, clubs, sports teams, and among students and alumni, like the connection between alumni Phil Weiser and Gaby Haddad-Weiser and student Bryan Harvey.
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April 2, 2018
Moravian College's Associate Professor of Theater, Christopher Shorr, has written and directed a new musical that runs from April 5-15, 2018, at Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem. The play, a satire, explores the rumblings of fascism that Shorr has been observing around the world. “Dictators 4 Dummies” has its roots in a discussion Shorr says he had with a Hungarian colleague about the rise of fascist theology in her country. There was consolidation of power by the party in charge, increasing anti-immigrant policies, cronyism, corruption, the firing of leaders of theaters and replacing them with party loyalists. “A lot of them seemed like moves straight out of the fascist playbook from the 1930s,” Shorr says. “I thought, ‘Don’t people remember?’ ”

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