Caldwell University Alumni Association
Shore Chapter Student and Alumni
Meet & Greet
You and your family are invited
to meet & greet with current and incoming students, parents, and alumni
at the Home of Barbara Langella ‘65
404 Pine Avenue
Manasquan, NJ 08736
August 5, 2015
5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
JOIN US FOR AN ADULT UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE INFORMATION SESSION!
Adult Undergraduates – Bring your transcripts for immediate consideration and admissions. There will be an informal presentation followed by individual meetings with advisors.
Since 1969, Caldwell University has successfully served the Adult Undergraduate community. Our Adult Undergraduate programs offer flexible schedules, personalized advising, financial aid and distance learning options – all to meet your lifestyle!
Graduate Students – Join us at an Information Session! Learn more about Caldwell University graduate admission and program requirements. Meet and discuss your program of choice with a program coordinator in an informal atmosphere. Application fee waived for attendees.
RSVP at http://www.caldwell.edu/rsvpinfo
Save the Date
Jersey Shore Chapter Outing
“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”
Saturday, August 22, 2015
@ 2 p.m.
Spring Lake Community House
Reception to follow.
The Caldwell University Alumni Association Shore Chapter
invites you to support their scholarship fund with
An Afternoon at Spring Lake Theatre
Performance followed by a wine and cheese
gathering at the theatre
Tickets: $50 per person (includes reception)
Limited seating available. Please reserve by July 15.
For more information, please
email Carol Dunphy at: email@example.com
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the
Jersey Shore Chapter Jane Haveron
Continuing Education/Graduate Studies Scholarship
For more information Click Here.
The Caldwell University Education Division will host the fourth annual literacy conference “Open Books, Open Minds” on Friday October 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This conference will provide educators, teachers, writers and publishers with the opportunity to meet one another and to share thoughts about the great world of literature. The forum will shed light on exciting happenings in literature, poetry and writing at the K-12 level.
The keynote speaker will be award-winning author, editor and publisher Marc Aronson, who will present on “What Do We Mean by the Non in Non-Fiction?” Dr. Aronson gives talks, conducts workshops and holds webinars on the Common Core English language arts standards as they pertain to students, librarians, parents and teachers. He is a frequent contributor to the Library Journal and the author of a number of nonfiction books, including “For Boys Only,” “Witch-Hunt,” “The Griffin and the Dinosaur” and “Sugar Changed the World.”
The luncheon speaker will be author Stephen Baker, who will present on “The Future of Knowledge in the Age of Smart Machines.” Baker’s writings provide classroom teachers with much to consider as they are called upon to make decisions about the education of future leaders. His first published book, “The Numerati,” discusses the increasing role that data-mining plays in shaping politics, business, law enforcement and even romance.
The panel discussion “Girls Run the World: Writing for Today’s Independent Teen” will feature dynamic New Jersey young adult authors Kieran Scott, Jen Calonita, Elizabeth Eulberg and Sandra Hall.
There will be a number of workshops throughout the day including:
“What’s New in the YA Book World.”
“You’re Going to Hate this Book: Getting Young Boys Interested in Reading.”
“Teaching the Power of Language in Writing.”
“Put It in Drive: How Google Apps and the Common Core Connect.”
“Kick It into Over-Drive! Taking Google Apps to a New Level in Education.”
“How Argumentative Can We Be? Critical Questioning, Common Core and the Toulmin Writing Model.”
“Arrested in the PARCC: Critical Thinking, Common Core and PARCC Readiness.”
“The Marriage of Fiction and Non-Fiction: Developing Deeper Understanding.”
“Collaborative Puppetry and Literacy: Telling Our Stories, Creating Our Characters.”
“Undiscovered Treasures: Free Public Domain Books Online.”
Registration is $75. Information on the conference and a registration form can be found at www.caldwell.edu. For questions, contact Audrey McGowan at 973-618-3523 or AMcGowan@Caldwell.edu or Debbie Giordano at 973-618-3407 or DGiordano@Caldwell.edu.