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Oct
23

Dual Enrollment Day

University Hall
9:00 am to 1:00 pm

High School students from GMercyU's Dual Enrollment partners will spend the day meeting faculty, participating in various activities, and learning more about life at GMercyU by touring campus, eating lunch in the dining hall and meeting students. GMercyU's Dual Enrollment High Schools are Abington, Centennial, Hatboro-Horsham, Neshaminy, North Penn, Pennridge, Pennsbury, Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Upper Dublin, Bucks County Intermediate Unit. 

SGA Info Table
Oct
23

SGA Info Table

St. Bernard's Lobby
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Learn more about GMercyU's Student Government Association and stop by for an afternoon refresher! Open to all students - free of charge!

 

Best Buddies Halloween Party
Oct
27

Best Buddies Halloween Party

Late Night Lounge
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Join GMercyU's Best Buddies for a Halloween Party on Saturday, October 27! 

Questions? Contact Andrew at harbaugh.a@gmercyu.edu.

 

Nov
05

Woke Week: Immigration Within a Historical Perspective

University Hall, W201
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

History Professor Wayne Huss, PhD will give a talk on immigration with a historical perspective. 

This event is part of GMercyU's Woke Week, which focuses on various social justice issues in light of the current political climate and in line with the Critical Concerns of Mercy.

Nov
05

Woke Week: Lies My Facebook Feed Told Me: How to Spot Fake News

Connolly Faculty Center, Tiered Classroom
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

More details to come. 

This event is part of GMercyU's Woke Week, which focuses on various social justice issues in light of the current political climate and in line with the Critical Concerns of Mercy.

Nov
05

Woke Week: Gaming for Success

University Hall, W201
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

More details to come. 

This event is part of GMercyU's Woke Week, which focuses on various social justice issues in light of the current political climate and in line with the Critical Concerns of Mercy.

Nov
06

Learning QPR, a form of suicide prevention, will allow you to recognize the warning signs, clues and suicidal communications of people in trouble and gain skills to act and save a life. Register now!

Nov
07

Woke Week: Diversity Awareness Program

Griffinaerie
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The D.A.P Diversity Training is a workshop that incorporates diversity activities, role playing, and cultural unity scenarios that focus on the value and meaning of what it means to be culturally aware and diverse in an organization or university campus. The program makes sure that the participants not only learn about diversity but also have fun while having difficult conversations.     

Nov
08

Woke Week: Immigration and Action

Merck Auditorium
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

The U.S. response to immigration on our southern border keeps shifting, with devastating effects on the children who have been separated from their parents. Come learn about what's really happening, and how you can help.  (Co-sponsored by Sigma Phi Sigma and Campus Ministry)

This event is part of GMercyU's Woke Week, which focuses on various social justice issues in light of the current political climate and in line with the Critical Concerns of Mercy.

GMercyU Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Nov
10

Woke Week: Walk A Mile in Her Shoes

Genuardi Pavilion
9:00 am

Gwynedd Mercy University is hosting Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® on Saturday, November 10. The international men's march raises awareness about sexual assault and gender violence by asking men to walk one mile in women's high-heeled shoes.