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Gwynedd Mercy University students and alumni are welcome to attend the 11th Annual SEPCHE Accounting & Finance Career Fair on Friday, September 18.
Registration, career fair details and employer information can be found at https://app.brazenconnect.com/a/picpa/e/agJRk.
Members of the Graduates of the Last Decade Young Alumni and ALL GMercyU Griffins are invited to give a warm, virtual welcome our newest graduates into the Alumni Association. Join us as we hear from the Class of 2020 on their experiences at the beginning of the COVID pandemic and help us cheer on their successes! We end the night with trivia, so grab your lucky MERV doll and come prepared to show us your trivia skills!
Please register by 12:00 p.m. Friday, September 18.
The Sisters of Mercy were founded out of a deep concern for the needs of persons who are poor. Today, these needs are being focused on through five key areas, the Critical Concerns of Mercy. We will look at the history of these five concerns as a way to focus and enhance our work in the field of social justice.
Sister Suzanne Gallagher, RSM will lead the webinar, which will go live at 7 a.m.
Students and staff who participated in Alternative Spring Break and the Nursing Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic will share their stories, photos, and lifelong learnings.
This event is a part of our Mercy Week festivities. On Sept. 24, 1827, in Dublin, Ireland, Catherine McAuley founded a home to shelter and educate young girls. This house would be the foundation for the Sisters of Mercy—and 17 U.S. colleges and universities, including ours.
Learn strategies on creating or strengthening your resume by attending our quick, 30-minute, live online workshop on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:00 p.m. You can attend from your own device (computer or phone).
To attend, click on this link at the time of the presentation.
Executive Director at The Aquinas Center Bethany Welch will lead a conversation about allyship. President of GMercyU's Black Student Union Iyana Brown and Sophomore Candace Williams will also provide insight. All are welcome to attend and participate in thoughtful discussion.
Zoom link will be posted soon.
Please join Fr. Dan Joyce, SJ for a special "Mercy Mass" streaming live online from campus. At this special Mass we will awar this year's Tender Courage award to a staff member who exemplifies our mission and core values.
Streaming information will be available soon.
Join us as GMercyU Education Professor and Director of the Autism Institute, Deborah Schadler, presents ideas to help families — during this time of online and at-home learning — find ways to create structure and work with incidental teaching, while finding and utilizing teachable moments.
This session is ideal for families and caregivers with children at home, learning virtually.
Recently published GMercyU faculty and staff authors will share their research through a digital magazine. In light of the current situation with COVID-19 and in lieu of cooking baked goods, we will be also offering a digital GMercyU cookbook filled with your delicious recipes!