MU Health Fair 2013
What the Health?
Lots of vendors, information, and fun!Health Studies Students Invite You to Attend!Download the program/event information (PDF)
Any questions, please contact: Dr. Bojana Berić at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Laura Jannone at email@example.com
2013 Global Understanding Convention Panel DiscussionTurell Boardroom, Bey Hall
Join panel members Marina Vujnovic, Tony Lazroe, Claude Taylor and Bojana Beric on Thursday April 11th from 1:00 - 2:15pm. The question: "Why can't we all have access to the best health care in the world, right here in America?".
Contact: Bojana Beric
Soup d'ShoreSt. Luke's United Methodist Church, 595 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ
The CHCW has joined the MU Hawks Fly Together for Sandy Relief effort. We are collecting all items, including non-perishables, paper towels, aluminum foil pans, napkins, personal hygiene items, soaps, diapers, toilet paper, clothing, coats, jackets, hats, gloves, and shoes.
The collection place is the School of Nursing main office in McAllan Hall 332.
All items collected are taken to the church on Tuesdays, in the afternoon at 3 p.m. We invite volunteers to help every Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6:30 p.m. and/or to spend time serving food between 4 and 6 p.m. on Tuesdays.
Healthy Rhythms for World AIDS Day & for Hurricane Sandy Relief
Join us for a group drumming experience! It is empowering, exhilarating, and just plain fun. No musical experience required. The facilitator, Mike Osrowitz, guides through some easy warm-ups, and everyone participates. Drums provided or bring your own.
Saturday, December 1, 201212 - 1 p.m. & 1 - 2 p.m.
Rebecca Stafford Student CenterAnacon B
MU Health Fair 2012 Video
The Kortney Rose Foundation
The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was set up by Kortney’s mom as a way to channel her grief after losing 9-year-old Kortney to a rare brain tumor called brain stem glioma. The foundation hopes to make a difference in the fight to find better treatments and ultimately a cure for pediatric brain tumors, thus creating Kortney’s legacy of helping other children with brain tumors through the promise of research. In the past five years the foundation has donated more than $528,000 to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s brain tumor research efforts, specifically the hospital's Large Scale Genome Project and Brain Tissue Consortium.
May 5, 2012 – NJ Marathon Family Running Events and Mini Fair
8:30 a.m. – Noon
Download and Print the Application – Use this link to view and print the PDF application.
May 6, 2012 – NJ Marathon, Half Marathon, and 2-Person Team Relay Half Marathon
Do not apply through NJ Marathon Web site. We must enter you as part of TEAM KORTNEY.
Full Marathon application – Please click “OK” and then “Open” to access application
Half Marathon application - Please click “OK” and then “Open” to access application
2-Person Relay Half Marathon team (each person runs 6.55 miles) - Please send an e-mail to Kristen Gillette at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the relay form or if you have any questions.
Registration fees are on the forms and check should be made out to The Kortney Rose Foundation and form and payment mailed to 41 Summerfield Ave., Oceanport, NJ 07757
Please visit www.thekortneyrosefoundation.org for more information or to make a donation.
Friends of Socrates
Open Forum Discussions
Random Acts of Violence: Are They Really Random?
Brown Bag Luncheon Sessions
When: Every Wednesday, Noon to 1 p.m.
September 26 through December 12, 2012
McAllan Hall, Room 302 (Nursing Conference Room)
Download Fall 2012 flyer
First Brown Bag Luncheon Session Fall 2012
Invited panel presentation by:
Melissa Dale, Director of Compliance
Dr. Franca Mancini, Director of Counseling & Psychological Services
William McElrath, Chief of MUPD
When: Wednesday, September 26, 12 to 1 p.m.
Wilson Hall, Room 106
Download Meeting flyer
RSVP to Bojana Beric at email@example.com
Or simply — JOIN US!
Monmouth Area Vegetarian Society (MAVS)
Offered through Monmouth University’s Center for Human and Community Wellness, Monmouth Area Vegetarian Society (MAVS) is a non-profit, non-sectarian educational organization.
Events offer a SHARE-A-DISH DINNER of completely vegetarian foods (a Vegan Potluck dinner) followed by a lecture, workshop, or forum related to our educational mission.
Spring 2013 Events
Sunday, February 24 at 1 p.m.
Plant-based Sports & Fitness Nutrition presented by Marc Rosamilia, owner of Bio-Balance Fitness and former vegan bodybuilder, now fitness professional and coach. This event will have a vegan potluck.
Sunday, March 10 at 1 p.m.
A discussion with Jenny Brown, Co-Founder & Director of the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary and award-winning author of The Lucky Ones. This event will have a vegan potluck.
Sunday, April 28 at 1 p.m.
Animals: Our Moral Schizophrenia and Veganism as a Moral Baseline presented by Gary L. Francione, distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers University, acclaimed author of numerous books, and founder of The Abolitionist Approach. This event will have a vegan potluck.
Follow MAVS on Facebook for healthy recipes, events, and updates. For more information about MAVS, please feel free to contact us at any time. You can send an e-mail to Professor Mary Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about MAVS.
Zumba Fitness at Monmouth University
Frequently Asked Questions
A video of Monmouth students and employees participating in Zumba Fitness is available on YouTube.
For more information about Zumba at Monmouth University, please send e-mail to Chris Hirschler at email@example.com
Monmouth University Community Garden
Sponsored by the School of Social Work.
What: The Monmouth University Community Garden is an innovative project which will provide a great location for community and campus members to come together to grow produce and community. Gardeners will have the option of having an individual plot or working on the communal plots. The produce from the communal plots will be donated to local organizations and individuals in need.
Visit the Monmouth University Community Garden Web site.
Eye to Eye
Eye to Eye is a national mentoring program that pairs young students in grades 5-8 who struggle with Learning Disabilities (LD) and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) with college students who face similar learning challenges. Using an art-based curriculum, younger children learn to value their own unique minds, build self-esteem, and acquire skills necessary to become their own self-advocates. Interacting one-on-one with college mentors also allows younger students to see the potential success stories they can someday become.
Monmouth University began working toward starting a chapter of Eye to Eye last spring. Two MU students who are registered with the Department of Disability Services attended a training at Brown University last August and now serve as coordinators of the program. They have trained other MU students with learning differences to be mentors for approximately fifteen students who attend St. Jerome Elementary School in West Long Branch. Mentors and mentees meet weekly for one hour after school on Wednesdays during the spring semester.
The mission of Eye to Eye is to improve the lives of people with learning differences. Monmouth University joins many other college chapters throughout the United States who are involved in working with younger students as they come to understand, accept, and work with their own unique learning styles.