The Effects of Normative Ethics Perspectives on Moral Disengagement and Behavioral Ethics Intentions | Join a Nov. 16 discussion on how ethics predispositions can affect our willingness to behave unethically. View Event
Muhlenberg College Announces Faculty Promotions Read More
Fall 2021 Pennsylvania COVID-19 Poll | A new Muhlenberg College/Morning Call poll asks Pennsylvanians what they think about vaccine mandates, masking in public schools, how elected officials are handling the pandemic and more. Read More
Muhlenberg Web Sports
Football Shuts Out DelVal in Second Round | The Mules (11-1) advance to the quarterfinals for the third straight season, where they will face No. 4 Mount Union. Read More
79 Named to Academic Honor Roll | Seventy-nine Muhlenberg student-athletes were named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the fall 2021 season. Read More
Seven Named to Sportsmanship Team |
Seven Muhlenberg athletes were recognized for their behavior on the field, court and course with their selection to the 2021 Fall All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team. Read More
Dr. Oz is running for Senate in Pennsylvania, but does he live here? | Chris Borick, director of Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, says convincing the public that you are truly a resident of the state and care about the state and are vested in the state is a different thing. Read More
Ask the Experts | Ranajoy Ray-Chaudhuri, associate professor of economics, offers tips for using reward credit cards. Read More
After Sean Parnell exits, Pa. Senate race becomes an 'open event' for GOP | Professor Chris Borick comments. Read More
The Morning Call
NCAA Division III football: A day for the defense as Muhlenberg blanks DelVal to return to national quarterfinals Read More
PHOTOS - Menorah Lighting at Muhlenberg College | A large crowd gathered for the lighting of a giant menorah in the heart of campus. View photos
Lehigh Valley-area players have pushed Muhlenberg College toward the top of NCAA Division III football | It didn't take long for Muhlenberg football coach Nate Milne to know he's working in an area that's a hotbed for high school football. Read More
The New York Times
Just in the Nick of Time, a Connection | Samantha Fleischman and Allison Saltstein spent three years at Muhlenberg College before meeting in January 2010, during Ms. Saltstein's final semester. Read More
With purchase of edX, this company is betting big on a prestige brand in online higher education | A Chronicle of Higher Education article by Jefferson Pooley, professor of media and communication, is quoted. Read More
Muhlenberg College Professor Discusses Omicron Variant | Assistant Professor of Biology Giancarlo Cuadra is confident based on science that the current vaccines will offer some degree of protection against serious illness from omicron. Read More
A Pa. state lawmaker hasn't become governor in 70 years. Jake Corman hopes to be the exception | Professor Chris Borick says it generally comes down to voters' preference for a clean slate. Read More
Michele Deegan and Lanethea Mathews-Schultz , Dean of Academic Life & Prof. of Political Science and Prof. & Chair of Political Science, with their Moravian colleague Sabrina Terrizzi published "State versus Federal Health Insurance Marketplaces: A Bigger Deal for Medicaid and a Smaller Deal for the Individual Mandate," in Health Policy Open. Read More
Casey James Miller , assistant professor of anthropology, presented a paper entitled "All Aboard: Truth, Responsibility, and Coming Out on the PFLAG China Rainbow Cruise" at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
Casey James Miller , assistant professor of anthropology, organized a panel entitled "Queer Asias: Questioning 'Truths' at the Intersection of Queer, Asia, and Anthropology" at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
Roland Kushner and Greg Collins presented "The Art of the SuperFIPS: Geographic Modeling of Regional Arts Capacity Using Adjacent -County Measures" to the 50th annual conference of ARNOVA, the Association for Research on Nonprofit and Voluntary Action" in Atlanta. Kushner also chaired three sessions at the conference.
Byungchul Cha published "Lagrange spectrum of a circle over the Eisensteinian field" in the journal Monatshefte f"ur Mathematik. (The online version just went
live. This is joint work
with Heather Chapman '20, Brittany Gelb '21 and Chooka Weiss'20, which was based on collaborative research during Spring 2019.
Media and Communication
Elizabeth Nathanson published "Hope Wears a White Collar: RGB Memes and Signifying Intergenerational Solidarity" in the book Networked Feminisms: Activist Assemblies and Digital Practices (eds Shana MacDonald, Brianna Wiens, Michelle MacArthur and Milena Radzikowska). Read More