Moravian University announced that U.S. News & World Report has included the Bethlehem school in its 2023 rankings for Best Regional Universities-North (#36), Best Value Schools-Regional Universities-North (#34) and for Social Mobility Among Regional Universities-North (#114).
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U.S. News & World Report ranks Moravian University #36 among the Best Regional Universities in the North
Delivery robots work with Sodexo to roam the Main Street campus for food deliveries to students
Tehonica joins Moravian after successful stints in recruiting and admissions at Bethlehem Catholic High School, Alvernia University (PA) and Cedar Crest College (PA), as well as time spent at Misericordia University (PA) as the Head Baseball Coach/Coordinator of Athletic Operations.
Moravian University’s M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology program earns full accreditation from national associations
Moravian’s Master of Science (M.S.) program in speech-language pathology is the first program with a problem-based curriculum to earn national accreditation.
Moravian University announces Dr. James Scifers has been named Associate Provost and Dean of the College of Health Sciences
Scifers has led Moravian’s Rehabilitation Sciences program since 2016
The newly formed school will be led by Dr. Freda Ginsberg, MBA.
Moravian University announced that Laquita C. Blockson, Ph.D. will be named the first Dean of the School of Business and Economics, while also serving as a Professor of Management.
We speak with Bryon Grigsby, President of Moravian University and David Rowe, who served as Interim President of Lancaster Theological Seminary (LTS) who discuss how they partnered to integrate LTS into Moravian to operate alongside the existing Moravian Seminary.
Black, Latino males often face distinct challenges at college; this program helps prepare them for success
Tyler Daley dreams of being a social studies teacher one day, but as a young Black man, he knows going to college to pursue this goal could prove especially challenging.
Zora Martin Felton, the first Black graduate of Moravian College for Women, remembered as a trailblazer and force for change
No matter what Zora Martin Felton accomplished, she always shifted the spotlight off herself, aiming to elevate the achievements of others.