Category: Move-News

Mind Matters

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Graduate students in Georgian Court University’s Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant program recently presented at the 21st Century Literacy Conference. The event, hosted by the New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children and jointly sponsored with The Madison Institute,  New Jersey Principals and Supervisors, and the Foundation for Educational Administration, was held Feb. 5 in Monroe, NJ.

Graduate students in Georgian Court University's Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant program recently presented at...

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Georgian Court Commitment to Sustainability Honored by State Environmental Experts

LAKEWOOD, N.J. (December 17, 2014)—Georgian Court University was recently honored with the Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award, which recognizes environmental, academic, business, government, civic and citizen leadership from across New Jersey for their efforts to protect and enhance the state’s environment.

LAKEWOOD, N.J. (December 17, 2014)—Georgian Court University was recently honored with the Governor's Environmental Exce...

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John Bul Dau Shares ‘Living Testimony’ at GCU

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LAKEWOOD, NJ—Author and philanthropist John Bul Dau (pictured with Dr. Linda James, psychology professor) is often invited to share his life story on college campuses and with other organizations, but there was something special about his November 7 talk at Georgian Court University.

LAKEWOOD, NJ—Author and philanthropist John Bul Dau (pictured with Dr. Linda James, psychology professor) is often invit...

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Passion, Purpose and the Power of Brand at Georgian Court University

As a member of the Georgian Court University community, you share a belief in this institution, and an interest in its progress. And that’s because, somewhere along the line, GCU entered your head, and eventually, your heart.

As a member of the Georgian Court University community, you share a belief in this institution, and an interest in its p...

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Georgian Court University Joins #GivingTuesday to Encourage Spending With A Purpose

LAKEWOOD, N.J. (December 1, 2014) – When people part with their hard-earned money, they can do so with an inspired sense of purpose, particularly on Tuesday, Dec. 2, also known nationally as #GivingTuesday. Georgian Court University, which counts more than 17,000 alumni among its most generous supporters, will celebrate #GivingTuesday, a unique effort to harness the collective power of charities, families, businesses and individuals.

LAKEWOOD, N.J. (December 1, 2014) – When people part with their hard-earned money, they can do so with an inspired sense...

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‘Mercy in Real Life’ with Kerry Weber—at GCU

How are we meant to be Mercy every day? That was the question posed by Kerry Weber, a Mercy Associate and author of Mercy in the City, who spent the day at Georgian Court University on Nov. 18 to speak with the campus community and inspire us to integrate mercy works in our lives.

How are we meant to be Mercy every day? That was the question posed by Kerry Weber, a Mercy Associate and author of Merc...

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Wartime Activism, Dissent, and Transformation Focus of GCU’s World War I Conference

Lakewood, N.J., Oct. 8, 2014—“The First World War was a watershed event in modern world history and arguably the most significant event of the 20th century,” asserts Scott Bennett, Ph.D., professor of history at Georgian Court University, regarding GCU’s World War I conference, which will be held on October 17–18, 2014. The two-day event is co-sponsored by the Peace History Society.

Scholars, Authors and History Experts Examine Varying Perspectives on World War I

GCU’s World War I conference, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the start of the war, includes keynote addresses by esteemed authors Adam Hochschild and Harriet Hyman Alonso, as well as presentations by more than 50 leading U.S. and international scholars who will explore the conference themes of wartime dissent, activism, and transformation.

Georgian Court University’s World War I Conference marks a great opportunity for all who possess an interest in the First World War, modern history, and social activism.

“This will be an exciting and top-notch scholarly conference,” says Dr. Bennett, who notes that several GCU professors will be presenting their own research and chairing sessions.

Lakewood, N.J., Oct. 8, 2014—“The First World War was a watershed event in modern world history and arguably the most si...

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