On Monday, October 30, Sal St. George of St. George Living History Productions will bring actress/comedienne Goldie Hawn to life in Georgian Court’s Little Theatre on the historic Lakewood campus in a program entitled “Goldie Hawn: From Flower Power to Power Player.”
On Thursday, November 16, join Georgian Court University for a day trip to historic Philadelphia for a rare and exciting opportunity to experience the Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor at the Franklin Institute and as well as a chance to see the city’s iconic sights.
At Georgian Court University, supporting students with disabilities in a holistic manner greatly improves the retention and graduation of those with learning disabilities—from ADHD and autism spectrum disorders to psychological or neurological challenges. GCU’s specialty program, The Learning Connection, continues to help these students find success.
Ed Deveau, chief of the Watertown, MA, Police Department, who led the 20-hour search on April 19, 2013, for now-convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, will speak at Georgian Court University on October 26.
Officials from Georgian Court University and Immaculata High School are partners in a new guaranteed admissions agreement that gives students at the Somerville-based school a range of advantages as they prepare for college.
Australian journalist Shannon Harvey, a proponent of mindfulness and its power, brings her personal message of the connection between mind, body and health to Georgian Court University as she screens her film, “The Connection.”
The new Middlesex agreement signed by GCU President Joseph R. Marbach, Ph.D., and MCC President Joann La Perla-Morales, Ed.D. reflects the institutions’ shared commitment to providing meaningful, viable options for those pursuing higher education.
Georgian Court University is a “Best Bang for the Buck,” according to Washington Monthly magazine, which recently placed GCU in the top 50 Northeast schools on its list. At #39, GCU is in the top 15 percent of the 385 regional college and university rankings in America’s Best Bang for the Buck Colleges, which focuses on institutions that improve social mobility among students.
Stephanie Rahill, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, is on a mission: helping school psychologists have the greatest possible impact. At the 2017 conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, where she presents annually, she was a speaker in four sessions, two of them related to school psychologists’ effectiveness and report writing.
When Claire Gallagher, Ed.D., looks at a classroom, she sees more than desks and chairs. As an architect and an educator, Georgian Court University professor of education sees an opportunity to help more students learn.