• April
    18

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    2018-04-18 18:00
    2018-04-18 18:00
    Guest Speakers

    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PANEL: Libby Jacobson

    Location:
    School of Business Lecture Hall
    200 Hudson Street
    Time:6:00 PM6:00 PM

    What Does it Mean? How Can You Make Money While Making a Difference? Who Can Start a Social Enterprise? 

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    Moderator: Libby Jacobson, CFA, MBA, MSSE

    Human-centered design (HCD) is a design and management framework that develops solutions to problems by involving the human perspective in all steps of the problem-solving process. When used properly, HCD can lead to innovative products, services, systems, and experiences. It even has a role in how faculty can incorporate the HCD framework to approach their classes, enhance their subject matter and better engage their students. Learn how.

    Panelists: Robyn Levy, Andrea Reyes, Lynn Hazan, Burna Tural.

    Faculty and students are invited to attend. Engage in dialogue. Light refrehments.

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    2018-04-18 15:00
    2018-04-18 15:00
    Athletics

    BASEBALL at St. Joseph's College

    Time:3:00 PM3:00 PM

    NJCU vs. St. Joseph's College

    Brooklyn, N.Y.

    Directions

    Man playing baseball

     

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  • April
    18

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    2018-04-18 14:00
    2018-04-18 14:00
    Guest Speakers

    CHAT & CHEW with Libby Jacobson

    Location:
    School of Business
    200 Hudson Street, room 232
    07311 Jersey City
    Time:2:00 PM2:00 PM

    HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN: What is it? Why is it Important? How Can it be Used in the Classroom?

    Jacobson headshot
    Human-centered design (HCD) is a design and management framework that develops solutions to problems by involving the human perspective in all steps of the problem-solving process. When used properly, HCD can lead to innovative products, services, systems, and experiences. It even has a role in how faculty can incorporate the HCD framework to approach their classes, enhance their subject matter and better engage their students. Learn how!

    Faculty and students are invited to attend. Engage in dialogue. Light refrehments.

    RSVP NOW to: wrutledge@njcu.edu (Deadline: Monday, April 16)

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    2018-04-18 09:00
    2018-04-18 09:00
    Special Events

    Reproductive Justice PhotoVoice Exhibit

    Location:
    Gilligan Student Union Gallery
    Time:9:00 AM9:00 AM

    Exhibition of photographs by students in Jennifer Musial’s Reproductive Justice class.

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  • April
    17

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    2018-04-17 19:30
    2018-04-17 19:30
    Performances

    NJCU Symphony of Winds & Percussion

    Location:
    Margaret Williams Theatre
    Time:7:30 PM7:30 PM

    FREE with RSVP >

    The 60 musicians of the Symphony of Winds and Percussion, under the direction of Patrick Burns, play a program of new and traditional music for symphonic band.

    Additional free performance in the community: Tuesday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m.
    Palisades Park High School, 1 Veterans Plaza, Palisades Park, NJ

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    17

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    2018-04-17 19:00
    2018-04-17 19:00
    Athletics

    BASEBALL at St. Joseph's College (LI)

    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    NJCU vs. St. Joseph's College (LI)

    Patchogue, N.Y.

    Directions

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    2018-04-17 18:00
    2018-04-17 20:00
    Special Events

    The Gothic Times Annual Celebration

    Location:
    GSUB
    Time:6:00 PM8:00 PM

    Gothic Times Celebration Flyer 2018
    The Gothic Times Annual Celebration

    guest speaker: Rosemary Ostmann 

    President and CEO, RoseComm (Marketing/PR Social Communications Firm, Hoboken NJ)

    Ostmann will be speaking on “Press Uncuffed” – her firm’s pro-bono effort to help raise awareness of imprisoned journalists. Their work was awarded best North American not-for-profit PR campaign last year, winning a SABRE Award. This campaign also involved students from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism and the Committee to Protect Journalists. Seven of the 13 journalists who were imprisoned and featured in the Press Uncuffed campaign have since been released.

    An award winning professional, Ostmann has also led the consumer and tech practices at Euro RSCG (with clients ranging from Sony and Microsoft to Weight Watchers and United Airlines). Prior to that she was director of PR at a mid-size agency in Baltimore. 

    Featuring special guest: Margaret Schmidt, Editor, “The Jersey Journal”

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