Celebrate spring with the Georgian Court Community Chorale’s spring concert. On Saturday, May 18, enjoy a wide range of music from a Swahili adaption of the Lord’s Prayer to a medley from Rogers’ and Hammerstein’s South Pacific in the Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel on the Lakewood campus at 7:00 p.m.
Dr. Cassandra Lo examined the impact of traumatic experiences on high-school-age black males, through journaling exercises, peer sharing and teacher support. Her research found that for students who experienced loss, especially those who are marginalized and silenced because of their identities, testimonials of trauma are necessary to share, but are often suppressed and not witnessed by others.
Georgian Court celebrated the research and scholarship works of students and their faculty mentors during the annual Academic Excellence Celebration, featuring a day of poster and oral presentations of compelling research across a wide range of academic disciplines.
Lakewood, N.J., April 15, 2019—Five new study abroad programs will be led by Georgian Court University faculty in 2020, the university’s Global Education program recently announced. From learning about business in Germany to exploring history and education in South Africa, GCU faculty members will deliver lasting lessons as they travel the globe with Georgian Court…
Think an internship is merely required to fulfill credits? For two Georgian Court University students, they have had a significant impact on their career trajectory.
More than 60 area high school students who recently completed the Mini-Medical School at Georgian Court University received a head start on their goal of becoming health professionals.
Global education at Georgian Court University includes volunteer abroad opportunities, such as the recent work of GCU social work and nursing students in Peru.
GCU junior Amber Rizzi doesn’t let cerebral palsy slow her down. She’s on a mission to let the world to know that people with disabilities are just like everyone else. At 15, Amber created the Children’s Voice Foundation (CVF), a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, which has raised thousands of dollars to help children with disabilities.
For Gemma Brennan, Ed.D., ’84, ’93, some of the most valuable lessons she has taught haven’t been to children—but to fellow teachers. The two-time Georgian Court alumna has worked as a teacher and a principal, and she has been an adjunct faculty member at The Court for nearly 20 years.
The undergraduate nursing program at Georgian Court University recently celebrated its 10-year partnership with Hackensack Meridian Health. Since its inception, the Georgian Court–Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing has provided an exceptional hands-on education that equips students for nursing careers.