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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.
GCU Basketball Player Takes a Shot and Nets a Fulbright Fellowship
Hanna Thrainsdottir ’22, a Georgian Court University women’s basketball forward, will receive a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship for the 2022–2023 academic year.
New Study Abroad Award Gives Flight to Student’s International Teaching Career Goals
Brianna Barbarise’s upcoming two-week study abroad experience is a story of firsts. The first in her family to attend a four-year college, the Georgian Court senior, a double major in education and psychology, will travel internationally for the first time to Ecuador in January. Brianna’s trip is possible because of a Georgian Court award, the Sister Mary Catharine Sullivan Award for Global Education.
Bringing Out the Global in the Local
Global diversity is a big deal in Lakewood, New Jersey, home to Georgian Court University and thousands of families connected by their Mexican-American or Orthodox Jewish heritage.