Due to impending winter weather, this event has been canceled. There is no alternative date.
Attend GMercyU's Nursing and Healthcare Job Fair to meet with potential employers in the industry.
Students and alumni DO NOT need to pre-register. This event is free for candidates. For additional information click here.
Due to impending winter weather, this event has been postponed. Check back for a rescheduled date.
GMercyU's Philosophy Program and the Philosophy Society is hosting the Fourth Annual Philosophy Colloquium on Wednesday, March 21. The theme of the Colloquium is “Can an American Business Model Work for Higher Education," which will address the general question of the “corporatization” of the American university.
The presenters include:
Deanne D'Emilio, JD
You've applied. You've been accepted. Now it's time to officially become a Griffin!
At Accepted Student Day, you will have the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and current students. There will be tours of our campus as well as a campus fair to learn more about what GMercyU has to offer. You'll also have the opportunity to deposit, chat with Residence Life, and meet MERV the Griffin! You will recieve three meal tickets to be used in GMercyU's Dining Hall. You can purchase additinonal meal tickets for $5.
Registration is now open for the annual Education Job Fair. You can register with Career Development. We have registration forms and entrance badges in our office in the Keiss Library and Learning Commons. The cost is $5 (cash) and this gives you early access to the event.
You can get additional information at www.dvec.net.
Gwynedd Mercy University's Austim Institute is hosting the 11th Annual Autism Conference on Saturday, April 7.
The 2018 Conference will offer close to 25 workshops presented by highly respected professionals in the area of autism spectrum disorders. The content of the workshops is research-based best practices for working with individuals on the autism spectrum presented to an audience of professionals, preparing professionals, and family members.
There are four tracks geared towards specific audiences:
Gwynedd Mercy University's Special Education Club is hosting the Sixth Annual Alex Valeno Exceptional Person’s 5K Walk/Run on Sunday, April 8, 2018.
Alex Valeno was an active club member and co-president of the club until January 2013, when she suddenly passed away due to congenital heart disease. In order to honor her, the club has started The Alex Valeno Special Education Award and has designated the 5K in her name. All money raised during this event gets donated to support local charities.
In the Mercy tradition of service, members of the GMercyU community will gather to package more than 15,000 meals to benefit Catholic Relief Services. There will also be a "Prayer Walk" in Rotelle Lounge where you can learn more about CRS, taste the meal that will be packaged, and participate in political outreach.
For more information, please contact Director of Campus Ministry Christine Eberle at email@example.com.
A discussion of the Integration of the Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy into the Seminar Courses. Sister Cora Marie Billings, RSM, who is a member of the Anti-Racism Transformation Team for the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, will serve as the keynote speaker followed by a panel discussion with GMercyU faculty.
The Academic Symposium is part of the weeklong Presidential Inauguration celebrations.
This annual event will feature more than 20 organizations providing health and wellness services, including nutritional counseling, eye exams, and information on sports safety. The event is free and open to the public.
GMercyU's Health and Wellness Fair is part of the weeklong Presidential Inauguration celebrations.