Dine and Discuss with Social and Behavioral Sciences:
Social Work, Psychology, and Sociology
When: December 18th, 2018 Time: 4pm-6pm Location: Sitnick Theatre | David and Carol Lackland Center
(715 Grand Ave. Hackettstown NJ 07840)
Come join us for our Dine and Discuss with Social and Behavioral Sciences on Tuesday, December 18th where you will discover all the amazing advantages that a Social and Behavioral Sciences degree can do for you! You’ll have a chance to meet and get answers to your questions from members of our faculty, as well as representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Life, the Career Center, and more.
Ready to make a positive change in the world? Centenary University graduates who study the social and behavioral sciences make a big impact—around the nation and the world. Working side-by-side with professors, our students have unique opportunities to conduct research, co-author studies, make scholarly presentations, and gain real-world experience before they graduate, giving them a jump-start on graduate school and the job market.
“At Centenary, we like to help students through classes, research, and other opportunities in order to mentor them, support them, and get them to where they want to be. I aim to get them involved in certain experiences they never thought they could do so they can see that they are able to do it.” – Dr. Keith Morgen, Associate Professor of Psychology
400 Jefferson Street Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840