November 2013 – March 2014
Celebrate the holiday season with the High School Honor Band and Caldwell University Wind Ensemble and Choir! Featuring works by NJ composer, Joseph Turrin and an international Christmas celebration and culminating with the annual carol sing along, under the direction of Laura Greenwald and Rebecca Vega.
One of the top jazz guitarists of our time, Paul Meyers combines a deep understanding of the jazz tradition with strong influences of Brazilian, Latin and classical music to create a truly unique sound.
Don’t miss out on our Spring Job and Internship Fair! Employers from a variety of organizations recruiting students and recent graduates for internships and full time positions will be in attendance. Recruiters will also be looking for graduate students and alumni to fill positions of all levels. Employers will include corporate, government, and nonprofit organizations.
Employers can find additional information and a registration form by clicking here or by contacting Christine Szeluga or Geri Perret in the Career Planning and Development Office at 973-618-3290 or email@example.com.
Students: For general information on the Fair including a list of currently registered employers, click here. Career Planning will offer workshops in February to help students prepare resumes, network with employers, and make the most of the Job and Internship Fair.
Campus Community: If you know organizations/employers that would like to participate in the fair, or are interested in setting up a classroom or club visit this semester, please contact us!
Walk-in-Wednesdays are back! January 29 and February 5 – 10AM-12PM and 1:30PM-4:30PM. No appointment necessary. Students, drop in to have your resume reviewed, talk about internships, career options and more. Visit us in the Alumni Theatre, 2nd floor in the Center for Student Success.
Caldwell University will celebrate its first Pi Day on March 13-14 in the Jennings Library. Pi is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Whatever the size of a circle, when its circumference is divided by its diameter the result is always 3.14159–known as pi. Most famously celebrated by Princeton University, Pi Day became a national event in 2009 when the House of Representatives officially recognized it through Resolution 224. The goal of Pi Day is to increase math understanding among the American public.
Math faculty will kick off Caldwell University’s celebration on Pi Day Eve, March 13 at 11:00am in the Library lobby. At noon, pop artist Michael Albert [http://www.michaelalbert.com] will deliver an original Pi Day puzzle and speak about his Pi art in the Main Reference Room. The festivities will continue through Friday, March 14 with Math faculty leading games, activities and challenges in the Library lobby. All are welcome to join the celebration!