Archives for: March 2015

Let the Journey Begin! GCU in Costa Rica

GCU students and faculty are in Costa Rica for 10 days of exploration and discovery. Led by GCU Professor of Biology Louise Wootton, Ph.D., the group will collect data and even leave behind motion-activated cameras in the rainforest so they can continue to observe wildlife in the region after they return to campus.

GCU students and faculty are in Costa Rica for 10 days of exploration and discovery. Led by GCU Professor of Biology Lou...

Read More »

Arun Gandhi to Deliver Message of Peace at Georgian Court University

Lessons from My Grandfather – Nonviolence in a Violent World

Lakewood, N.J., Mar. 25, 2015—Few names in world history evoke powerful images of integrity, courage, social harmony, and compassion as Gandhi. And few people understand the influence and responsibility of that name like Dr. Arun Gandhi, the 80-year-old grandson of legendary peace advocate and spiritual leader Mohandas ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi.

Lessons from My Grandfather – Nonviolence in a Violent World Lakewood, N.J., Mar. 25, 2015—Few names in world history ev...

Read More »

GCU in Florida Celebrates Alumni Fun, Sun and Friendship

 

West Coast Alumni

GEORGIAN COURT ALUMNI IN FLORIDA recently spent time with Sister Rosemary and other members of the university’s staff.  GCU’s Florida-West Coast event was hosted by Amy Habib ’60 at the beautiful Island Country Club in Marco Island and a Florida-East Coast event held in West Palm Beach at Café Sapori. In the featured photo above, alumni who joined in the fun included:

Seated (l. to r.), Ellen Gallagher ’64; S. Dorothy Lazarick ’67; Pat Dombal ’63; S. Diane Szubrowski ’68
Middle row (l. to r.), Susan Boston, ’76; Theresa Heulitt ’84; Mary Ann Richards ’63; S. Rosemary E. Jeffries ’72
Back row (l. to r.), Mary Nothnagel ’70; Darlene Brown ’88; Patricia Scharff ’75; Marie Mimi Butler ’64; Donna Hughes ’66; Rosemarie Correia ’59; and host Amy Habib ’60

  GEORGIAN COURT ALUMNI IN FLORIDA recently spent time with Sister Rosemary and other members of the university's s...

Read More »

Georgian Court Hosts Neuroscience Conference, April 10

Knowing that the brain is the seat of change, some clinical mental health professionals are turning to new tools in neuroscience to improve patients’ lives, according to conference organizers behind Neuroscience: The New Frontier for Mental Health Professionals. The one-day event is slated for Friday, April 10 from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at Georgian Court University.

Knowing that the brain is the seat of change, some clinical mental health professionals are turning to new tools in neur...

Read More »

Georgian Court Gets High Mark for Financial Responsiblity

3D9A9700

WHEN IT COMES TO passing the U.S. Department of Education’s financial responsibility test, Georgian Court University gets top marks. Each year, the federal agency scores degree-granting, private colleges on a scale of minus 1 to 3. Georgian Court recently received a 3—the highest possible score—coming in higher than several other private New Jersey institutions.

WHEN IT COMES TO passing the U.S. Department of Education's financial responsibility test, Georgian Court University get...

Read More »