Felician College is this year’s host for the Mathematical Association of America–New Jersey (MAA-NJ) spring meeting and annual conference for undergraduate mathematics students.
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Social justice and the global church will be the focus of Felician College’s annual Pope John Paul II Lecture.
LODI, NJ -- Dr. Anne Prisco was formally installed on March 15 as the fifth president of Felician College, a Catholic Franciscan institution founded and sponsored by the Felician Sisters. She is the first lay president in the 70-year history of the College, which has campuses in Lodi and Rutherford.
The historic ceremony was held in John J. Breslin Auditorium, which followed a celebration of the Eucharist in the Immaculate Conception chapel, both on the Lodi campus. The Most Reverend David M. O’Connell, Bishop of Trenton, was the main celebrant of the Mass.
The Franciscan values of respect, service, peace and joy, and how they become integrated in the educational experience were among the compelling messages brought to life at the Academic Honors Convocation on March 12, which celebrated excellence in the classroom by students and faculty alike.
Members of Felician College’s faculty, staff, administration, Sisters and student body truly exemplified the Franciscan spirit when they participated in the Days of Service in honor of President Anne Prisco.
“I am so appreciative and really touched by all these wonderful folks who gave up their free time to volunteer out in the community,” said Dr. Prisco, who visited each of the sites. “This is what we are all about here at Felician College.”
The Felician College School of Business is hosting its third Annual Business Symposium.
Members of Young Entrepreneur’s Club are partnering with the Rutherford, Maywood Public Libraries and the IRS to offer free tax prep to those who qualify.