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Moravian University

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Today, Moravian University announced it will hold its on-campus commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 7, at 10:00 a.m. on John Makuvek Field, located on their Main Street campus.
Professor Waller-Peterson was hired in 2016 to teach courses at the intersection of African American literature and culture, Women and Gender Studies, and the Medical Humanities. 
Members of the Moravian University Board of Trustees take on many duties and responsibilities, including strategic planning and oversight of the university president, who is responsible for carrying out the plans of the board of trustees.  
Shining Lights, Moravian University’s Alumni & Community Awards, will be held on the Main Street campus in the Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Center for Health Sciences at 6:00 p.m.
During a long and distinguished career Dr. Collier led Moravian College through some of its most significant growth; including construction of the Hall of Science, since named in his honor, two residence halls, the Bahnson Center within Moravian Theological Seminary, the Center for Music and Arts, since named in honor of Priscilla Payne Hurd, and the Timothy Breidegam track at the Steel Field athletic complex.
The InFocus program at Moravian University is designed to give students the opportunity to help address the most urgent and compelling problems facing human beings and the world.
Byron Grigsby and Katie P. Desiderio named to Lehigh Valley Business' Power 30 for Higher Education
The St. Luke’s Psychiatric Associates office at Moravian will be staffed with two full-time psychotherapists, who will provide services to children and adults in the general community and work closely with the students.
Jane Berger tells the inspiring—and timely—story of African American women and men working in the public sector who used their unions to challenge racism and efforts by elites to destroy the last vestiges of the New Deal and the War on Poverty.
The partnership between the BASD and Moravian provides four-year tuition scholarships to two graduating seniors — one from each of the district’s two high schools. This year’s winners were chosen from 41 applicants.