Encouraging Computer Science
Lynne Kesselman was an award-winning Computer Technology Educator at Egg Harbor Township High School, NJ where she taught classes such as Web Design, Computer Programming (Java/C++). Lynne Kesselman is president of the Computer Science Teachers Association’s South Jersey chapter.Read more
On August 27, 2015, Lynne and Harvey Kesselman pledged $25,000 to establish a new scholarship: The Lynne Kesselman ’82, M.A. ’05 and Harvey Kesselman ’79 Endowed Scholarship Fund. "Attending Stockton was one of the happiest and most exciting times of my life. Education truly is the key to a better society, and we must always encourage others to learn and grow," said Mrs. Kesselman. Stockton also offers a number of other scholarships.Read more
“Let’s Go Ospreys”
"Stockton’s sports teams are a great source of pride and having our own Pep Song will be another way for fans to display their Osprey spirit," said First Lady Lynne Kesselman, who chaired the university’s Pep Song Committee. The committee chose Jeff Toth, a junior at Mainland Regional High School, as the winning composer of the PEP Song, “Let’s Go Ospreys.” Lynne announced Toth during the University Weekend Parade, on Saturday, October 9, 2016, when it was played by Stockton’s new Pep Band. Lynne and Jeff are pictured, along with Talon, the Osprey mascot. Learn more about Campus Life.
Stockton Kids Got Talent Too
University Weekend include Stockton's Got Talent: Kids Too! featuring some of the most talented children of Stockton’s faculty and staff. This event benefits the Paul Lyons Memorial Lecture in American Studies Fund. Lynne Kesselman was chair of the event and is pictured with a number of the contestants. More photos can be found on Flickr. Learn more about the Paul Lyons Memorial Lecture Series.