GCU launched an inaugural Servant Leadership Summit for New Jersey college students, focusing on what it means to serve and putting it into action. All students participated in service projects demonstrated how GCU and other college students are eager to serve.
Georgian Court University’s M. Christina Geis Art Gallery presents “Agnes & Eve,” a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Suzanne Goldenberg. The exhibit is on display through March 1, 2019, in the gallery and is free and open to the public.
Georgian Court alumna Riccie Johnson ’45 has been making up politicians, newscasters, and other stars for more than 65 years. Now age 94, she has been with CBS’s “60 Minutes” for nearly its entire 50-year history.
The problem with poaching, according to science journalist Rachel Nuwer, is that like any other criminal enterprise, money drives the illegal wildlife trade. It’s a multi-billion-dollar business, estimated to be the world’s third or fourth biggest contraband market. Yet compared to drugs and arms trafficking, it receives scant attention. Ms. Nuwer sheds light on the industry, its problems and solutions, during her talk at Georgian Court University on February 12, 2019.
Georgian Court University’s Departments of Art & Visual Studies and Dance have collaborated to create “Other Bodies,” an exhibit in which dance and movement inventions have been generated in response to visual artist Farris Ellington’s large paintings of humanoids with animalistic features. This event will take place on Friday, February 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Dance Studio 2 of the Wellness Center, located on GCU’s historic Lakewood campus.
While students often spend time between semesters taking a much needed and well-deserved break from their studies or traveling with families and friends, Georgian Court University faculty often devote that time reading, editing, presenting papers, and conducting research.
A graduate degree from GCU, coupled with her passion for volunteerism and helping others, put Kelly Newcomb on that path to a job she loves—teaching.
Matt Manfra will bring nearly two decades of experience in university advancement experience —including time spent engaging donors and alumni—when he joins Georgian Court University as its new Vice President of Institutional Advancement. The New Jersey native will leave his post at George Washington University to lead GCU’s fund-raising operations.
Dance auditions are Georgian Court are the perfect opportunity for students to showcase their talent and hard work as they consider becoming dance majors.
GCU’s doctor of psychology (Psy.D.) degree in school psychology, approved this week by the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, will enroll graduate students beginning late this summer.