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The fall 2020 semester will see the introduction of the HyFlex course model (dual modality) for classes, which will feature some students learning online with others in a physical classroom on campus.
Moravian College was selected for this prestigious designation for its achievements through the college’s InFocus college-wide initiative.
College students in the Lehigh Valley have turned into essential workers making supplies for a local hospital. Computer science students at Moravian College are 3D printing stethoscopes and face shields for St. Lukes.
Pelletiers and Reimer are among more than 2,100 U.S. citizens who will study, conduct research, and teach abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.  Recipients of Fulbright awards are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement, as well as their record of service and leadership potential in their respective fields. 
Two local colleges and an Easton business have joined in the work to help protect front-line medical professionals during the coronavirus pandemic. They are using 3D printers to create medical equipment during these tough times.
“I've been in college admissions for over 32 years and I literally thought that I had seen it all up until this,” said Mary Beth Carey, executive director of admission and financial aid at Moravian College.
CIU 20 provides educational support to 79,000 public school children in Northampton, Monroe, and Pike Counties in Eastern Pennsylvania.  
During the coronavirus pandemic, four students and Jeff Bush, assistant professor of computer science, have been pulling long shifts in Moravian’s 3D printing lab to make those tools for first responders and health care workers.
Lehigh Valley With Love interviews Scott Dams, Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing at @moraviancollege to discuss the college's response, safety of students, transforming in-class experience to online and preparations for an uncertain future.
“As faculty, we’ve always seen them through one lens, the students in a classroom,” said Moravian biology professor Cecilia Fox.