Collaboration between Georgian Court University and Catholic schools in the dioceses of Camden, Metuchen, and Trenton will increase the availability of Catholic education in Central and South Jersey.
GCU Trustee Deirdre Mullan, RSM, Ph.D., inspires the Georgian Court community to be kind, be merciful, and make a difference. As part of GCU’s Inaugural Week Lunch and Learn series, GCU Trustee Deirdre Mullan, RSM, Ph.D., spoke of the extraordinary power of mercy.
A Business Leaders Breakfast offered a welcome to the business community from the new president and provided a forum for the announcement of the new School of Business and Digital Media.
The Catholic intellectual tradition (CIT) and its significance in higher education, specifically at Georgian Court, was viewed through the lenses of theology, business, and education during a panel presentation by three faculty members as part of GCU’s Inauguration Week events.
Faculty, staff, and administrators joined Dr. Ponton as he discussed vocation and calling in the context of the Catholic Church and psychologists at the “Helping Students to Develop Their Calling” presentation on October 19.
Scholarships funded by donors help make Georgian Court University’s average cost of tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year just under $18,000, a figure that positions Georgian Court as more affordable than many other state schools, GCU President Marbach said.
Dr. Marbach’s friends and family celebrated at the Inaugural Grand Cocktail Reception with the campus community, alumni, and donors after the formal investiture ceremony while raising funds for scholarships.
PolitiFax, the must-read weekly round-up of New Jersey’s political happenings, recently named GCU President Joseph R. Marbach among its Oct. 21 “winners.”
Joseph R. Marbach, Ph.D., was inaugurated as Georgian Court University’s ninth president on October 16, 2015, with the theme “Answering the Call: Transformation through Catholic Education.”