Inside Moravian
e-Newsletter of the Moravian College Campus Community 9/17/13
Dr. Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D., director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University, one of the founders of the field of neuroethics, speaks in front of a black screen. 

ABOVE: Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve, a feature-length documentary that examines the Federal Reserve and its policies, will be shown Tuesday, Sept. 17, in the HUB's Prosser Auditorium. It is being shown by the Department of Economics & Business.


News & Notes

Economics and Business Department to Host Film, Panel Discussion

The Department of Economics & Business will hold a special screening of the film, Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve, a feature-length documentary that examines the Federal Reserve and its policies. The film will be followed by a panel discussion led by Moravian College faculty members and alumni. The event will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 17, with the film at 6 p.m., and the panel discussion beginning at 7:45 in the HUB’s Prosser Auditorium.The public is welcome to attend and admission is free of charge.

Narrated by acclaimed actor Liev Schreiber, Money for Nothing is the first film to take viewers inside America’s central bank and reveal the impact of Fed policies. Current and former Fed officials, top economists, financial historians, famed investors and traders provide unprecedented access and take viewers behind the curtain to debate the future of the world’s most powerful financial institution. The key tenet underlying Money For Nothing is the belief that a more fully and accurately informed public will promote greater accountability and more effective policies from our central bank—no matter the conclusions any individual draws from the film. Watch the trailer here

Panelists include Moravian College faculty members James West, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Economics and Business, and Eva Leeds, Ph.D., associate professor of economics and business. Moravian alumni participating will include Joshua Dodd '99, senior vice president, Univest, and Joan Keifer Dickinson ’86, vice president, Mid Penn Bank. The panel will be moderated by John Rossi, associate professor of accounting at Moravian College.

A Night of Moravian Stars

Moravian College will host A Night of Moravian Stars, a faculty gala recital featuring members of the College’s music faculty, on Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Hall. Inna Eyzerovich (violin), Holly Roadfeldt (piano), Deborah Andrus (clarinet), Martha Schrempel (piano) and Arianna Goldina (piano) will all be featured. The event costs $15 for general admission and $10 for seniors and students. Foy Hall’s Peter Hall is located on the Hurd campus. For more information, contact (610) 861-1650 or email

In the News

The College’s new initiative to become an All-MacBook Pro and iPad campus was featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Sept. 9 article was titled “Moravian College Will Market Itself as an All-Apple Campus.” To read more, click here. The Express-Times also discussed the initiative in its Sept. 14 article, “Moravian College to issue MacBooks, iPads to freshmen.” To read more, click here.

Members of the Moravian College Marching Band helped lead the Budweiser Clydesdales in Bethlehem Sept. 12. To read more, click here.

Joyce Hinnefeld, Ph.D., associate professor of English and director of the Writing Center, penned an essay titled “Rare Talent, Imperfect Art,” discussing her thoughts on teaching. To read her essay, click here.

Kevin Hartshorn, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics, hosted “How Do You Fold a Paper into Thirds” on Sept. 17. The event was a Math Society meeting and Epsilon talk.

Publications & Conferences

Dana S. Dunn, Ph.D., assistant dean for special projects and professor of psychology, published a book review, “Living Well: Taking the Long(itudinal) View,” for the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. It appeared in the Journal’s Sept. 2013 issue.

Joel D. Wingard, Ph.D., professor of English, attended the 2013 Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) conference in Savannah, Ga., in July. Wingard was part of a panel in the mentoring strand of the conference program called “Crafting and Resisting Identities on the Job Market.” In his role on the panel, he discussed “Fit and the Small College.” The audience was largely graduate students and graduate program directors. Also on the panel, via Skype, was Courtney Werner '06, who last year completed a successful job search with her Ph.D. in hand. She is an assistant professor of English and director of college writing at Hope College. Wingard's other involvement at the CWPA conference was as a member of the best-article committee. The committee agreed on the best article from the 2010 and 2011 volumes of the journal Writing Program Administration. Out of 20 articles published in those two years, the committee chose one by Lori Salem and Peter Jones of Temple University on faculty attitudes toward teaching WAC [writing-across-the-curriculum] courses. 

Other News

Career Center Open House Scheduled for Sept. 17

The College’s Career Center, Center for Leadership and Service and United Student Government are hosting an open house on Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the HUB office, across from Prosser Auditorium. Refreshments will be served. Visit us in our new shared space, learn about all of our services and events this semester, ask questions, and meet the staff!

Additionally, the Career Center will be hosting drop-in hours this semester. In need of a resume review? Have questions about Career Hound? Stop by at the following times:

  • Mondays:  2 to 4 p.m.
  • Tuesdays: 10 a.m. to noon
  • Wednesdays: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Thursdays: 8 to 10 a.m.

No appointment is necessary during drop-in hours. Please call (610) 861-1509 or email with any questions.

Silent Auction Runs through Sept. 26

A silent art auction, which benefits the Aphasia Center of the Moss Rehabilitation Hospital, is running now through Thursday, Sept. 26, in the H. Paty Eiffe Galley in the HUB. It features an exhibit to support the College’s IN FOCUS initiative of health care. The Art Club and Johnny Haik ’14 and Abbey Rosko ’15 have developed an exhibit in coordination with this year’s theme. Moravian students, faculty members, alumni and staff have donated drawings, paintings, prints, photography and other works.
To bid on a work of art, write your name, contact information and bid on the auction sheet by the work of art. (The bids must be at least the minimum bid, and higher than any previous bids; whole dollars only.) Winning bidders will be contacted at the end of the auction on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 4 p.m.

Amnesty International Hosts First Meeting

Amnesty International at Moravian College is hosting its first general meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. in PPHAC, room 113. Amnesty International is a global movement of more than three million supporters, members and activists in more than 150 countries and territories who campaign to end grave abuses of human rights.Contact Katie Makoski at with any questions.

Women’s Basketball Team to Hosts Clinics

Moravian College women’s basketball will be hosting a series of clinics this fall. Each clinic provides a unique opportunity to improve your basketball game. Whether you are a beginner, trying organized basketball for the first time, or an advanced player looking to elevate your game to the next level, we have something for you! For more information on the clinic offerings and to register, click here.

It costs $35 per clinic. If you sign up for more than one clinic, the cost is $30 per clinic. The parent/daughter clinic is $25. Each additional child is $5. Team discounts are available.

Lunch ‘n’ Learn Returns Oct. 30

The next Lunch ‘n’ Learn, titled “‘Care’-ful Meal Planning,” will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from noon to 1 p.m. in the UBC room. It will be presented by Susan Hurd, RD LDN

The chef will demo 3-4 ingredient entrée ideas; freezer to crockpot ideas; variations in prepping proteins, starch, vegetables; three accompaniments. The presentation will also include online recipes, shopping lists, pantry stocking, basic cooking tools, planning for the week, and creating meals from all stages.

This event is free to all staff, faculty and students. All attendees will be entered for a chance to win an oven-proof pan. The Lunch ‘n’ Learn series is sponsored by SODEXO and PAWS. To register, email Jessie Ervin, by Wednesday, Oct. 23.

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