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Moravian University Magazine - Fall 2021


In this issue, we celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, which was developed in partnership with St. Luke's University Health Network. We have more than 320 undergraduate and graduate students in programs such as health sciences, athletic training, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and physical therapy, all learning in state-of-the-art buildings in concert with a world-class hospital system.

You will also read about one of our many alumni who demonstrates the continued value of a liberal arts education. Emily Lambright Pakhtigian '15 is now an assistant professor in the School of Public Policy at Penn State University and is continuing the Moravian tradition of transforming lives. Lastly, we had a record year in total giving and total number of donors. As a way of recognizing the continued generosity and dedication of our supporters, we have established a lifetime giving society, the Via Lucis Society.


undaunted

Undaunted

Whether in academics, sport, music, or navigating a developing country, Emily Lambright Pakhtigian ’15 achieves imposing goals.

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via lucis

Following the Way of Light

Moravian University establishes a new lifetime giving society, the Via Lucis Society.

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state of the art

State of the Art

In its first five years, Moravian's Department of Rehabilitation Sciences has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence among graduate programs in its field. The future promises to be equally exciting.

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the first nurse

The First Nurse

Helen S. Merkel Breidegam (1927-2021), the namesake of our school of nursing and public health, cared deeply for all.

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