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GCU Holds 2022 Servant Leadership Summit

On January 14, Georgian Court University hosted their annual Servant Leadership Summit. More than 100 students, faculty, and staff from GCU, Caldwell University, Seton Hall University, and Drew University gathered on Zoom to learn what it means to serve, a Mercy core value, as well as to be a leader. The Mercy core values are the backbone of GCU and provide students with a foundation for ethical leadership and service.

One GCU Service Trip to Ghana Touches More Than 850 Lives

Eight Georgian Court nursing students went to Ghana in January hoping to make a difference in people’s lives. And they did, using their training to provide malaria testing/treatment, wound care, and blood pressure checks to more than 850 Ghanaians, as well as attending to two births. The people being served made a difference in the students’ lives, too.

Love on the Spectrum—Beyond Reality TV to Real Talk

Love on the Spectrum is more than just the popular Netflix series that continues to draw praise for giving audiences a look into the romantic lives of people on the autism spectrum. Love on the spectrum is a reality that university researchers and autism advocates say parents, educators, and especially autistic youth and adults need to understand, accept, and support.

Georgian Court University Remembers Bob Mulcahy

Georgian Court University mourns the loss of Robert “Bob” Mulcahy III, chair of the University Board of Trustees and a steadfast champion of the GCU mission. Mr. Mulcahy, 85, died February 8. “For nearly 10 years, Bob gave us his absolute best. This is a tremendous loss to the university and to all who were touched by his life of service,” said GCU President Joseph R. Marbach.

GCU Students Explore Research Opportunities Through NASA Space Grants: Angelina Monaco

Angelina Monaco '23, like many college students, has a lot on her plate. In addition to classes, the nursing student works part time as a patient observer at a local hospital. She even is looking to start a small Bible study with other GCU students. Still, when Eric Rosenberg, Ph.D., GCU assistant professor of applied computing and director of the computer information systems program, invited her to apply for a NASA Space Grant, Angelina was all in.

GCU Condemns Threats of Violence Against HBCUs

This week, the higher education community is responding to a wave of bomb threats targeting Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the country. Georgian Court University condemns these threats to HBCUs and all acts of hate, bias, and bigotry.

Georgian Court Launches New Jersey’s Only Direct-Entry Master of Nursing Degree

A new Direct-Entry Master of Nursing (DE-M.S.N.) program offered by the Georgian Court–Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing will launch this fall, giving career-changers and current health care workers another pathway to the profession. The 24-month program, taught in-person, is the only one of its kind in New Jersey.

GCU Professor’s New Textbook Has School Psychology Case Studies Covered

Georgian Court Associate Professor Stephanie Rahill co-authored a textbook of case studies in school psychology for studies at all levels.

Georgian Court Names Fall 2021 Dean’s List

More than 300 Georgian Court University students were names to the Fall 2021 Dean’s List. The honor reflects their hard work in the classroom and commitment to their chosen fields.

Georgian Court Students Named to Fall 2021 President’s List

More than 200 Georgian Court University students achieved the institution’s highest academic honors in the Fall 2021 semester and have been named to the President’s List.

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