Dr. Kelly McNeal, our newest Dean of the School of Education, served as a faculty member at William Paterson University from 2006 to 2022. She has been published as an author and reviewer in myriad publications; has served as a panel presenter, invited speaker, and workshop presenter on multiple continents; and earned her PhD in Language, Literacy, and Learning from Fordham University.
Georgian Court University Announces Year-Round 4-Day Compressed Workweek
July 11, 2022
This fall, Georgian Court University will become the first higher education institution in New Jersey, and one of the few universities across the country, to offer employees a 4-day compressed workweek option year-round—instead of just during the summer.
Georgian Court University is pleased to announce that Dr. Teri Wurmser, Dean of the Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing and Wellness at Georgian Court University, has been selected as one of the 2022 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes honorees.
National Endowment for the Arts Grant Supports GCU Dance Director Cardell’s Latest Work
June 14, 2022
Disposable Bodies, an interdisciplinary performance choreographed by Silvana Cardell, associate professor of dance and director of the dance program at Georgian Court University, has shown once again that its message of justice for all living things is not disposable.
GCU Student Lands Prestigious Research Opportunity From National Science Foundation
May 26, 2022
Jennifer Matthews ’23 has always loved science but didn’t always believe in her ability to make it a career. She attended culinary school and took web design classes before taking a chance on the scientific field. Jennifer earned an associate’s degree in biology at Ocean County College, where she was an honor student, and then enrolled at Georgian Court University, where she’s excelled as a biochemistry major. This summer, Jennifer’s unconventional path is taking her to Princeton University as part of the prestigious National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program.
The mass shooting yesterday in Uvalde, Texas, has evoked shock, sadness, grief, and a collective sense of loss. It feels like I just shared these same sentiments last week following the tragedy in Buffalo, where families are still burying their dead.