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GCU students can now apply for emergency cash grants made possible by the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (CARES Act). The application and eligibility requirements are available at https://georgian.edu/application-for-higher-education-emergency-relief-fund/. Virtual instruction and events remain ongoing. A live Commencement ceremony will be held on campus in the fall, most likely on an October weekend. Admissions events and select student activities have moved online, while all other public and campus events, activities, and athletics have been canceled for the semester. Always check GCU e-mails and https://georgian.edu/health-services/coronavirus/ for the most up-to-date information.

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Acclaimed Researcher Talks Climate Change, Biology, and Poverty at GCU

Respected scholar, educator and researcher Catherine N. Duckett, Ph.D., will address the question, “Is Climate Change an Emergency?” as she talks about its effect on biodiversity and on people. Her lecture takes place Tuesday, October 30, at 2:00 p.m. in the North Dining Room at Georgian Court University.

Celebrated Oceanographer and Explorer David Gallo to Visit GCU

David Gallo, Ph.D, is the ultimate explorer whose research and adventures continue to captivate audiences worldwide. The well-known scientist brings stories from his travels, discoveries, and deep sea research at Georgian Court University on Wednesday, October 17, at 6:00 p.m.

Georgian Court University Names New Academic Leaders

New leaders have taken the helm of Georgian Court University’s academic programs, including its School of Business and Digital Media and the School of Education.

In FEMA Corps, a Mercy Core

Stefannie Nicholson ’13, '15 was sent to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria to help coordinate disaster response. She found the Mercy core values immensely helpful as she worked with federal officials and locals in need of help.

Georgian Court University Welcomes Royalty for Unique Sport

Georgian Court University hosted His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, for a short visit at the university’s historic Lakewood campus. The visit formed part of a two-week national program of engagements in support of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award USA and included an afternoon of Court Tennis matches at the iconic GCU court.

Convocation 2018: A Celebration of Academic Excellence

Georgian Court welcomed new students and celebrated the academic excellence of students and faculty at Convocation 2018, a ceremony that officially marked the start of the 2018-19 academic year.

Ammon Foundation Partners with Georgian Court for Scholarships

A new partnership between the Ammon Foundation and Georgian Court University will help people recovering from addiction as they work to earn a college degree. The scholarship program is effective for the fall of 2018.

GCU Named Among National Colleges of Distinction

The 2019 honor from Colleges of Distinction marks the third consecutive year GCU has proven itself worthy of the accolade, which focuses on schools that deliver a modern, student-centered approach to teaching. The honor reflects GCU’s unique learning environment and vibrant programs that engage students through service learning, global education, intensive writing courses, undergraduate research, capstone projects and internships.

STEM Women Explore Math, Science, and More at Teentech

More than 120 students from high schools throughout New Jersey attended Teentech 2018, a day of hands-on workshops designed to engage girls in the broad opportunities available in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at Georgian Court University on May 30. The American Association of University Women of New Jersey (AAUW NJ) sponsors Teentech to encourage girls to pursue a STEM education in high school and college so that they will be prepared for jobs in fast-growing industries that generally pay more than jobs traditionally held by women.

GCU Rocks: Gen Ed Students Participate in Kindness Rocks Project

This spring, Nancy Sardone, Ph.D., associate professor of education, offered her GEN400 students an exciting way to fulfill their service learning requirement—the GCU Kindness Rocks Project.

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