Events

Sep
27

34th Annual Golf Tournament

Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
11:00 am

Please join us at the 34th Annual Golf Tournament for a day of golf, friends and fun on a world-class course!

  • 11 a.m. -  Check In & Lunch
  • 12 p.m. - Shotgun Start

Cocktail, dinner and awards reception to follow! 

For registration information, please call Mia McGlynn at 215-641-5568.

 

Sep
30

Panelists include GMercyU's Assistant Professor of Public Health Nazsa Baker, PhD; Director of the Office of Violence Prevention & Trauma Recovery for Newark, NJ Keesha Sure, LCSW; and Case Worker for University Hospital Violence Intervention. 

This event is a part of the Fall 2022 Campus Conversation Series hosted by GMercyU's School of Arts and Sciences. 
 

Javier Ávila: The Trouble with My Name
Oct
06

Javier Ávila: The Trouble with My Name

Virtual
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

The Trouble with My Name tells the story of a Puerto Rican teacher moving from the island to the continental U.S. It includes pictures, poems, music, autobiographical narrative, family memorabilia, and historical accounts in order to, in a comedic style, debate the ethnic and cultural stereotypes about Hispanics and/or Latinos in America today.

Please log into GriffinEngage to RSVP and for more details!

Oct
06

Learn strategies for having a successful interview. Click link above for webinar link. 

MPH Virtual Open House
Oct
06

MPH Virtual Open House

Online
7:00 pm

Join Gwynedd Mercy University for our MPH Virtual Open House on Wednesday, October 6.

During this event, you will learn more about GMercyU’s Online Master of Public Health Program, meet with MPH faculty, review the Admissions process, and get all of your questions answered.

If you have any questions, you can reach us at admissions@gmercyu.edu.

Networking Event
Oct
13

The Business and Communications Networking Night will feature employers within business and communications roles seeking to network with GMercyU students and alumni about internships, post-graduate opportunities and, career paths. Click link above for more info!

Oct
14

Get tips for finding a job or internship by attending our quick, 20-minute, live online workshop. Click link above to learn more.

Oct
14

Panelists include GMercyU's Assistant Professor of Psychology John Gunn, PhD and Executive Director of the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center. 

This event is a part of the Fall 2022 Campus Conversation Series hosted by GMercyU's School of Arts and Sciences. 
 

In-Person Open House
Oct
16

In-Person Open House

Gwynedd Valley Campus
10:00 am

Tour campus, meet our outstanding faculty and current students, learn more about our program offerings and requirements, and have your questions answered! Click link above to learn more and to register!

Virtual Career Fair
Oct
18

Nursing Career Fair (Virtual)

Virtual
10:00 am to 1:00 pm

The Virtual Nursing Fair will provide you with ample opportunities to network and connect with industry leaders and top employers in the nursing field. View more information by clicking link above.

 Social Work in the Mercy Tradition: Global Perspectives
Oct
19

This conference, taking place October 19 and 20, is open for registration for CMHE Social Work students and faculty!

 Social Work in the Mercy Tradition: Global Perspectives
Oct
20

This conference, taking place October 19 and 20, is open for registration for CMHE Social Work students and faculty!

CURED: Movie and Discussion
Oct
21

CURED: Movie and Discussion

Virtual
7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

CURED illuminates a pivotal yet largely unknown chapter in the struggle for LGBTQ equality: the campaign that led the American Psychiatric Association (APA) to remove homosexuality from its manual of mental illnesses. Before this momentous 1973 decision, the medical establishment viewed every gay and lesbian person as diseased and in need of a cure.

Oct
24

25th and 50th Year Class Reunion

Julia Ball Auditorium
11:30 am

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, now with the more contagious Delta variant on the rise in Montgomery County, a decision has been made to move the Class Reunion from an in-person to a virtual event scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2021 to protect the health of our loyal alumni and campus community.

It is our hope that we can honor you in-person when it is safe to do so. Thank you for your understanding as safety for all is our priority at this time.

Oct
27

Speak with employers in many different industries about potential jobs and internships. The career fair is sponsored by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education (SEPCHE) schools: Arcadia University, Cabrini College, Chestnut Hill College, Gwynedd Mercy University, Holy Family University, Immaculata University, Neumann University, Rosemont College, and Salus University.

Virtual Panel
Oct
27

Virtual Nursing & Health Professions Panel

Virtual
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Meet our outstanding faculty and current students, learn more about our program offerings and requirements, and have your questions answered! Click link above to learn more and to register!

Nov
11

Panelists include GMercyU Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Patrick McGrain, PhD; Drexel University Professor of Criminology & Justice Studies Robert Kane, PhD; and Lower Gwynedd Police Department's School Resource Officer & Juvenile Detective Beth Sanborn.

This event is a part of the Fall 2022 Campus Conversation Series hosted by GMercyU's School of Arts and Sciences. 
 

Open House
Nov
13

In-Person Open House

Gwynedd Valley Campus
10:00 am

Tour campus, meet our outstanding faculty and current students, learn more about our program offerings and requirements, and have your questions answered! Click link above to learn more and to register!

2021 GMercyU Alumni At the Flyers Sponsored by GOLD Young Alumni  
Nov
18

Come out and cheer on the Philadelphia Flyers as they take on the Stanley Cup winner, the Tampa Bay Lightning!

Two Spirit Conversation
Nov
19

Two Spirit Conversation

Virtual
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

In more recent years, the Two-Spirit identity has been added to the LGBTQ+ acronym. According to the National Congress of American Indians, the definition of the Two-Spirit identity is “a contemporary umbrella term that refers to the historical and current First Nations people whose individual spirits were a blend of female and male spirits.” The term has been reclaimed by Native American LGBTQ+ communities.