Lindsay Donohue, a Georgian Court University senior with a dual major in English and Education K-12, traveled back in time via literature and research to examine marital expectations and the masculine mindset of Victorian society for her recent undergraduate research project, “The Victorian Era: Manliness, Marriage, and the Masculine Mindset.”
Georgian Court University will not increase tuition costs next academic year, a move that effectively holds the cost of attendance for at current levels for both undergraduate and graduate students, university officials recently announced.
The Mid-Atlantic Mercy Association presented new members during an April 23 covenant ceremony at Georgian Court University. The event nearly packed GCU’s Marron Chapel where dozens of family members and friends, Mercy Associates from across the region, and several Sisters of Mercy who welcomed the new associates into their ministry.
Entrepreneurs visited Georgian Court University on March 15 for “How to Be an Entrepreneur,” an event hosted by the GCU Business Club.
Georgian Court students involved with Beta Beta Beta, the biology honor society, recently held a fundraiser to encourage acorn sales. That’s right, acorns—all part of GCU’s love for sustainability.
On Sunday, April 3, more than 50 Georgian Court–Meridian Health School of Nursing students and recent graduates and one nurse educator were inducted into the GCU Meridian Nursing Honor Society.
Tap your toes as the Chorale at Georgian Court University presents their annual spring concert on Saturday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m. The performance will be held in the Casino Auditorium on GCU’s historic Lakewood campus.
Guests for the 2016 Georgian Court University Commencement Ceremonies include the president and CEO of Meridian Health, the chairman of OceanFirst Bank and OceanFirst Foundation, and two Sisters of Mercy.
Christopher Bellitto, Ph.D., and Rabbi Brooks Susman, the duo also known as the “God Squad,” recently presented “Catholics and Jews: Changing the Conversation,” at Georgian Court University. Dr. Bellitto, an associate professor of history at Kean University, and Rabbi Susman, a noted author and founding rabbi of Congregation Kol Am, are frequent lecture partners who blend education, humor, history and scholarly expertise while examining many aspects of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
From the importance of creating new academic programs aligned with what consumers and employers need most to historic mission and vision formed by the Sisters of Mercy, Georgian Court University President Joseph R. Marbach gave SCAN-TV host, Len Kiczek, plenty to discuss and ponder during a recent interview on the cable-based TV show hosted by the Social Community Activities Network.