President's Report 2013-2018
Five Years of Progress
Moravian College continues to improve student education and experience by bringing the latest resources in technology, equipment, classrooms, buildings, and other facilities to campus. Just this year, the college introduced new dining rooms on North and South Campuses, a new Center for Global Education, and a resource pantry for students in need. The physics department received its first images from a collaboration on a robotic observatory at the Mars Desert Research Station near Hanksville, Utah. And the Alumni House is back and newly renovated.
The biggest changes to the landscape over the past five years reflect the college’s academic expansion into health sciences, particularly at the graduate level. Our commitment to technology put Apple laptops and iPads in every student’s hands beginning with 2013’s freshman class and ensures state-of-the-art resources for art and music students.
From North to South, Moravian's campuses have seen significant renovations and expansions, including a cutting-edge health sciences center. Plus: Get to know our faculty and academic programs, and student life opportunities.
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Presenting the alumni, friends, students, and parents who have made contributions to the college and seminary in 2018.
We thank you.
The Class of 1968
Experience is Priceless
George Myers '82
Operation Educate Vets
CJ Wimley '83
The Value of Learning by Doing
Meet the recipients of life-changing scholarships provided by the generous support of our Greyhound community.
Kayleigh Bennett '19
Gladys Edgar Marcus '42 Scholarship
John H. Reimers Music Scholarship
Mike Gallo '19
Harlan F. Fulmer, MD, and M. Eleanor Kern
Shirley A. Albright Memorial Scholarship
Nick Zambelli '19