July – November 2013
Meet at the Jockey Hollow Visitor Center at 10 a.m. with a bag lunch and water. NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY.
600 Tempe Wick Road
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Nursing Department Instructor Kathleen Kelley, MSN, RN, CNRN, is a guest on One-on-One with Steve Adubato and discusses the many innovative ways Caldwell University is teaching future nurses. Kelley describes the use of simulation manikins and how they are used in the nursing lab to create a patient’s real experience in a hospital setting, thereby providing students with the chance to learn hands-on with the latest technology.
Kelley also talks about her career transition from engineering to nursing, the rewards of teaching nursing at Caldwell, how she is studying for her doctorate in nursing and is doing research focusing on the nurse’s role in veteran post traumatic stress and trauma.
The broadcast schedule is:
Thursday September 12, 2013
5:30 PM - WHYY
7:00 PM - NJTV
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Caldwell University will host the panel discussion “Before Title IX, There Was Girls’ High School Basketball” on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The event, made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, will begin with a reception and photo display at 7 p.m., followed by the program at 7:45 in the Alumni Theatre on campus.
The evening will provide a chance to celebrate girls’ high school basketball and the life lessons young women learned through the sport in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s.
The program will be moderated by Linda Cimino, Caldwell University’s associate director of athletics/senior woman administrator and women’s head basketball coach. Panelists are Dr. Thomas McCabe, history professor at Rutgers Newark; Sister Elizabeth Michael Boyle, Ph.D., retired faculty member at Caldwell and a student athlete advocate; Sister Michel Rodgers, O.P., basketball coach, St. Mary’s Rutherford in the 1960’s; Louise Pastore, nee Melleno, member of Caldwell Athletics Hall of Fame, and former player who scored over 1600 points for St. Dominic Academy in Jersey City in the late 1960s. Panelists will discuss the importance of girls basketball during those decades and what the sport did for future generations. Speakers and audience members will have the chance to share the lessons and joys the sport gave and continues to give young women including the importance of friendship, teamwork, following dreams, and perseverance.
Prior to the event, anyone who played girls’ high school basketball during that eras is invited to take part in a Facebook photo contest. The owner of the photo that receives the most likes on Facebook will be eligible to win a prize.
To submit a photo of your high school basketball playing days to be placed on the Caldwell University Facebook page go to www.caldwell.edu/njchfestival or mail a nonreturnable photo to Office of Alumni Affairs, Attn: Before Title IX Event, Caldwell University, 120 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, N.J. 07006.
For more information, you can also go to www.caldwell.edu/njchfestival.
The event is being held to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month and “Sports in American Culture and Communities”.
Caldwell University is a private, Catholic, coed four-year college with a strong liberal arts core curriculum that enhances critical thinking and analytical reasoning. Its 25 undergraduate programs, 27 graduate program
At the time of All Souls and All Saints Days, the Roman Catholic community remembers family and classmates who have gone before us in faith. We invite alumni and their families to attend this Mass of Remembrance at the Motherhouse Chapel.
If you are unable to attend, feel free to send in the names of your loved ones to be entered in our book of remembrances.
To RSVP or to submit names for the book of remembrances, contact Kathleen Buse at email@example.com or 973-618-3411.