Sponsored by the School of Science Peer Mentors
The Jewish Cultural Studies Program presents this 2013 film with commentary from director Lawrence Richards.
A panel presentation with Dr. Enoch Nappen, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, Dr. Katherine Parkin, Dept. of History and Anthropology, and Dr. Johanna Foster, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology. Part of the Artful Explorations of Gender Series.
Panel Discussion: Hear from adherents from multiple religious and wisdom traditions about non-violence.
Social event for School of Science first-year and transfer students, sponsored by the SoS Peer Mentoring Program.
The Central Jersey Consortium for Excellence and Equity presents renowned author, essayist, and educator Tim Wise in an informative membership-only workshop for area school administrators, teachers, and support staff.
An informal meet-up event for mentors and mentees of the Leon Hess Business School’s mentoring program.
The Monmouth University Urban Coast Institute will host a symposium exploring the results of a three-year comprehensive study of the health of Barnegat Bay on Nov. 10.
Co-sponsored by the MU Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering and the New Jersey Coast Section of IEEE, this lecture includes a Q & A, refreshments, and networking.
A social event for all Health Studies and Health & Physical Education majors, with faculty and advisors on hand to answer questions and network.
Substitute School Nurse Workshop Substitute Nurses are needed in many school districts! This class is designed to present an overview of the responsibilities of the Substitute School Nurse. The Instructors will introduce key areas specific to the care of the child in the school setting. This program will provide 5.5 contact hours for nurses. Substitute Nurses are needed in many school districts! This class is designed to present an overview of the responsibilities of the Substitute School Nurse. The Instructors…
After typing more than 2,500 postcards to the President from dozens of campuses and other locations around the country, Sheryl Oring’s Activating Democracy: The I Wish to Say Project is due out in Fall 2016 from Intellect Books/University of Chicago Press.
From gym class to glucose monitoring, this program is designed to provide guidelines for the management and support of the school age child with diabetes. A focus will be on the techniques used to balance insulin and nutritional needs with school activities. Acute and chronic complications will be discussed as well as prevention and health promotion strategies. Current references and resources will be provided.
Substitute Nurses are needed in many school districts! This class is designed to present an overview of the responsibilities of the Substitute School Nurse. The Instructors will introduce key areas specific to the care of the child in the school setting.
The instructor will present an overview of conditions that require pediatric emergency care. Focusing on body systems, a review clinical findings will be highlighted. Goals and strategies for treatment will be reviewed. An emphasis will be on cases that should not be missed and how to identify the sick child in all healthcare settings.
Step up for the “Boot Camp” at Monmouth University – an immersion program for Nurse Practitioners providing specialized training in key areas. The hands-on experience will be facilitated by content experts who will share knowledge, tips and techniques for practice. The boot camp is suitable for individuals who would like to update their knowledge and/or who are new to the role.
Designed for the School Nurse or Pediatric Nurse, this workshop will cover assessment techniques, physical findings and treatment options for common skin disorders. The school health office is often the first place that a child will present with a wound, a lesion, rash, or an itch. The School Nurse’s assessment skills will determine whether the child returns to class or for further evaluation and treatment. Knowledge of skin disorders and diseases can help to ensure that a child receives appropriate care and can reduce the spread of diseases with the early implementation of infection control strategies.