The Stockton Times - 2013

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Issue Number Fifteen 12/19/2013 - Stockton Fall Commencement a Day of Distinction, Graduate Research Symposium Showcases Capstone Projects, SCCE Embarks on Initial Discussions for Sandy Recovery Project, NJTV Classroom Close-Up Features Summer Tutoring Program, Stockton to Partner with County on Central Dispatch Facility, 26 Boxes of Food Donated at Holiday Party Sent to Food Bank, College Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Fourteen 12/12/2013 - Holocaust Program, Centers Receive Diversity Legacy Award, Professor Honored for Decades of Dedication to Community, Osprey Coaches Have Successful Fall Season Full of Highlights, International Education Week Featured Many Campus Events, Board of Trustees Votes Not To Increase Summer Tuition, Fees, College Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Thirteen 12/05/2013 - Gallery, Museum, Shops Open at Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City, Dr. Hallock-Waters Runs NYC Marathon in Fight Against Cancer, Athletics' Rollman Family Welcomes

Fraternal Twins, 2020 Initiatives: Funding Helps Continuing Projects, Dr. Majstorovic Directs Two All-Spanish Plays at Dante Hall, College Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Twelve 11/21/2013 - 2020 Initiatives: Writer Lili Mendoza Begins Residency, College Receives $2.2 Million in Child Welfare Education Grants, Dr. Calicdan-Apostle Presents at Annual National Summit in NC, College Hosts Dr. Saul Petersen, Office of NJ Campus Compact, Mailroom's Dawn Ireland, Family Welcome New Granddaughter, Volleyball Coach Walker Leads Team to Second Round of NCAAs, College Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Eleven 11/14/2013 - College Signs Pact with A.C. Historical Waterfront Foundation, College Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments, Dr. Xiangping Kong Presents at Dalian University in China, Dr. Hood Named New Director of Essential Learning Outcomes, Interprofessional Case Study a Huge Success, Stockton Named 'Best for Vets' in ranking by Military Times

Issue Number Ten 11/7/2013 - Polling Institute Excels During Latest Election Season, Dr. Israel Posner Lectures at Macau Polytechnic Institute in China, College Team in Competition Sponsored by Clinton Global Initiative, Office of International Services Joins International Education Week, Zipcar Launches Car-Sharing on Campus with Two Vehicles, Stockton Welcomes New Staff in Many Departments, Schools, Laurie Griscom's son, Cole, 10, Developing as Pianist, Composer

Issue Number Nine 10/31/2013 - 2020 Initiatives: LehrerDance Residency Draws in Community, PT Program Celebrates National Physical Therapy Month, Over 100 Volunteers Participate in Make a Difference Day, College Named as 'Up and Coming' by U.S. News & World Report, Kent Green's Video on Artist Hannah Price Featured on NPR, SCOSA Raises Funds for Alzheimer's Association in Walk, Bake Sale

Issue Number Eight 10/24/2013 - Dr. Carol Rittner's Film 'Sisters' Shown at College, to Air on PBS, Scott Huston Uses Technology to Plant Awarenss of School Garden, Dr. Trout, Students Help Build Computer Lab for Phila. School, Let's Talk About Stockton! Event Draws Many Faculty, Staff, Faculty, Staff Presenting at Campus Compact Conference, Dr. Shanderson Brings Class to AtlantiCare Diversity Event

Issue Number Seven 10/17/2013 - Nacote Creek Celebrates 20 Years of Environmental Education, Research Shows College Athletes Doing Well Academically, Author Mary Roach Speaks at Largest Freshman Convocation, Dr. Michael Busler to be Regular Columnist for Two Websites, Dr. Hallock-Waters Raising Funds for Brain Cancer at NYC Marathon, Office of E-Learning Announces Monthly Newsletter 'E-Luminate'

Issue Number Six 10/10/2013 - 10th Fannie Lou Hamer Symposium Features Dr. Cornel West, Meet Stockton's First Activist-in-Residence, Erin O'Hanlon, Kent Green, Ernie Rockelman Team Up for 'Haunted, Inc.', College Approved for Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Chapter, Dr. Jessica Bonnan-White Establishes Stockton@Peace Series, Win-Win: Donate to Charitable Campaign, Be Eligible For Prizes

Issue Number Five 10/3/2013 - Eight New Courses Approved in General Studies, Introducing New Faculty: School of General Studies, New Blog Highlights Stockton Students' Achievements, Dr. Bill Quain Helps Bermuda to Rebuild Hotel Industry, Dr. Kelly Keenan Raises Funds in Bike Ride for Multiple Sclerosis, Don Hudson Named New Assoc. VP for Facilities & Construction

Issue Number Four 9/26/2013 - Social Work Faculty Volunteer, Present Research in Uganda, Introducing New Faculty: School of Arts & Humanities, Dr. Kesselman on NJ Higher Education Team for Implementation of PARCC, Dr. Wei, Student Present Paper at IEEE Conference, Dr. Wharton to be Panelist in Conference on Reproductive Justice, Dr. Eisele Receives School of Health Sciences Leadership Award

Issue Number Three 9/19/2013 - Unified Science Center Officially Opens with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Introducing New Faculty: School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Dr. Lisa Cox to Help Revise National Social Work Standards, Trustees Approve 100% Undergraduate Tuition Waiver for Families of Full-Time Employees, Faculty and Staff Help Incoming Freshmen Experience S.O.A.R.

Issue Number Two 9/12/2013 - 10th Annual Day of Service Focuses Efforts on Atlantic City, Introducing New Faculty: School of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Interdepartmental Staff Partner on New Online Grants System, Rose Scaffidi Receives Funding to Lead Nursing Initiative Team, Jacob Feige's Work Featured in Campus Art Gallery Exhibition, New Health Insurance Information to come from Human Resources

Volume Three, Issue Number One 9/5/2013 - CBFS to Honor Founders of Africana Studies for 30th Anniversary, Introducing New Faculty: Schools of Health Sciences, Education, Dr. Busler Presents at Sustainable Development Conference, New Health Sciences Faculty Embark on New Projects, Proposals, Michael Pedicin to Release Latest CD, "Why Stop Now...Ubuntu", Beverly Vaughn's Cousin Representing Ohio in Miss America Pageant

Issue Number Fifty-Two 8/29/2013 - Stockton Named a Public College of Distinction, Introducing New Faculty Members: School of Business, Amy Konczal Designs Winning Costume at Otakon Conference, Steven Evert Helps Start Marine Technology Society Student Chapter, Jedediah Morfit Finalizes Atlantic City Public Art Installation, Parking on Campus to Improve This Fall, Education, NAMS Faculty Host 1st Math Science Partnership Workshop, Dr. Tait Chirenje Shares Salsa Dancing at Third Thursday Event

Issue Number Fifty-One 8/22/2013 - 2020 Initiatives: Funding Helps Three Projects Continue, Water Molecule Bonds Science and Art Outside Science Center, Dr. Barr, Dr. Rubenstein Named to SCCE Faculty Fellowships, Jon Heck Lends Expertise to Football Injury Prevention Statement, Hughes Center to Host Legislative Debates This Fall

Issue Number Fifty 8/15/2013 - Wendel White Teaches Atlantic City Youngsters Photography, 'State of the Arts‘ Receives 4 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Nominations, Dr. Mary Lou Galantino Reflects on Trip to Haitian Clinics, Edward Cornell to Judge Atlantic City‘s Boardwalk Art Show, CARE Program Staff Trains 44 Peer Mentors at Orientation

Issue Number Forty-Nine 8/8/2013 - NJTV Show to Feature Stockton Tutoring Program, In Memoriam: Jose "Nick" Santana, Stockton Ranked Among "Best in Northeast" by Princeton Review, Jedediah Morfit Opens Solo Show at Philadelphia Sculpture Gym, ARHU's Marieann Bannan Welcomes New Grandson, Graphics' Sarah Messina's Art Featured in President's Office, Gene Cranmer Retires from Computer Services after 35 Years, Stockton Presents Data to Community to Improve Youth Services

Issue Number Forty-Eight 8/1/2013 - EOF Summer Program's Faculty, Staff Help Students Prepare, Production Services Staff Wins Three Film Awards with 'Ghost Light', Dr. Janice Joseph Teaches Abroad, Receives Two Awards, Stockton Hosts US Holocaust Memorial Museum Workshop, Johana deJesus' Daughter, Niece Win Titles at Pageant, Joseph Toth Elected to Two Library Leadership Boards

Issue Number Forty-Seven 7/25/2013 - Faculty, Staff Contribute to Success of LEAD ACT Program, Joseph Lizza Appointed as NACA Regional Coordinator & Chair, Student Development, External Affairs Welcome New Employees, E-Learning Training Modules Developed by Staff Taking Course, Alisa Hogan to Head NJ Assoc. of College Admissions Counselors, Dr. Linda Wharton Witnesses DOMA's Demise at Supreme Court, Dr. Tait Chirenje, Dr. Patrick Hossay Lead Learning Trip in West

Issue Number Forty-Six 7/18/2013 - Stockton to Help K-12 Math Teachers with $1 MIllion Grant, Dr. Galantino Taking Daughter, Student to Haitian Clinics, Criminal Justice Faculty, Police Department Share Knowledge at CSI Camp, NAMS Faculty, Facilitate, Participate in Scientific Education Workshop, Residential Life Director, Staff Attend Training Conferences, Dr. Wondi Geremew and Wife Welcome New Daughter, Dr. Mastrangelo Using Grant to Fight Childhood Obesity,  Manahawkin Instructional Site Wins Best Dressed Window

Issue Number Forty-Five 7/11/2013 - No Increases in Tuition or Fees for 2013-14 Academic Year, Sergeant Tracy Stuart Named Officer of the Year, Dr. Susan Davenport Named Vice Provost for E-Learning, Athletics to Sport New Look, 2 Professors Teaching in South Korea, College Joins National CyberWatch Consortium, External Affairs Launches New Customer Satisfaction Survey

Issue Number Forty-Four 6/27/2013 - School of Education, Master's in Education Program Receives 7-Year Accreditation, Hughes Center's Aliyah Montague to Pass Crown to Next Miss AC, Faculty, Staff Present at AASCU National Meeting in Denver, NAMS Officially Moves in to Unified Science Center, Campus Art Gallery Features Work from Visual Arts Faculty

Issue Number Forty-Three 6/20/2013 - Stockton Is New Home to Southern New Jersey Talent Network, External Affairs Launches New Service Request Form, Faculty, Staff Visit Alumna's Art Installation on National Mall, Harry Maurice Retires; New Scholarship Named in His Honor, Heidi Hartley of Graphics and Husband Joe Welcome Baby Boy, India Karavackas Receives Advisor Encouragement Award

Issue Number Forty-Two 6/13/2013 - Dr. Daniel Hernandez, Ilene Eberly, Interns Conserving the Cape, Joe Lizza, Sgt. Maione, Mangiello, SCEMS Receive NJCUSPA Awards, Office of Institutional Research Welcomes Dennis Furgione, Phi Delta Kappa Donates Trees to Stockton

Issue Number Forty-One 6/6/2013 - 2020 Initiatives: Lili Mendoza to be International Writer-in-Residency, Denise Gallaro Retiring from Institutional Research, Richard Stockton Heir Spotted on Campus, Alexander Marino Recognized for Community Service, Stockton Neighborhood Watch Receives State Award, Campus Reaches Peak Solar Energy Production

Issue Number Forty 5/30/2013 - Culture & History Center, Activist, International Writer Residencies Are Latest 2020 Initiatives, Dr. McNeely-Greene Honored by Stockton’s SVO, Faculty Speak at New Jersey Campus Compact Conference, Dr. Gussman, Dr. Kinsella, Class Recover Lost Writers, Create Exhibit

Issue Number Thirty-Nine 5/23/2013 - Second Faculty Member, Dr. Galantino, Recognized by Fulbright, Dr. Koh  Named Director of Center for Digital Humanities, Faculty Help Atlantic County Seaperch Win at Competition, Employee REcognition Day Honors More Than 180, Mimi Weisel Welcomes Fourth Grandchild, Nate and Kristin Morell Welcome Daughter

Issue Number Thirty-Eight 5/16/2013 - Faculty, Staff Honored at 2013 Spring Commencement, Two Stockton Employees Receive Degrees at Commencement, Librarian Carolyn Gutierrez Retiring After 25 Years, Dr. Posner to Judge Ms. New Jersey Senior Pageant, Stockton Teams Raise Over $4200 in March for Babies, Stockton Faculty of the Year Honorees Chosen by Students

Issue Number Thirty-Seven 5/9/2013 - Dr. Robert Nichols Receives 4th Fulbright Award, 2020 Initiatives: Stockton's All-Organic Campus Farm, Faculty, Staff Inspire Student Senators to Pursue Higher Education, Lauren Rizzo-Heiler Welcomes New Granddaughter

Issue Number Thirty-Six 5/2/2013 - 33rd Annual Scholarship Benefit Gala Raises Over $440,000, Wendel White to be Honored by Literacy Organization, Marine and Environmental Field Station Recovering Lost Crab Traps, Dr. Levy to become Fusion Liaison Officer for Atlantic County, Bubbles for Autism Draws Record Crowd in Fourth Year, Stockton Opens Woodbine Instructional Site Anne Azeez Hall

Issue Number Thirty-Five 4/25/2013 - 2020 Initiatives: Stockton's 'Ajax' Performed in Greece, Joseph Molineaux Recognized for Community Leadership, Dr. Boakes Uses 'Origami at the Movies' to Visualize in Math, Stockton, Seton Hall Co-Host 'Informed Investing' Seminar Here, Faculty, Staff Participate in March for Babies on Sunday

Issue Number Thirty-Four 4/18/2013 - Forest Stewardship Plan Approved, State's 1st on Public Land, Dr. Calicdan-Apostle Delivers Speech on Equality at Area Prison, Dr. Lisa Cox Featured on National Social Workers Blog, Career Panel, Jill Glasser, Assist. Director of Financial Aid, Retiring, Will Travel, Dr. Trout, Dr. Manson Win Grant to Study Aircraft Wake Patterns, Stockton Team to Attend Institute on Integrative Learning, Faculty Senate Elects Dr. Jackson, Dr. McDonald and Dr. Lyke

Issue Number Thirty-Three 4/11/2013 - Dance Company Coming to Stockton, Part of 2020 Initiatives Program, Triple-Stockton Grad Speaks at DPT 'White Coat' Ceremony, Stockton's Ninth Circle Players Performing in Dante Hall, College Selected as Flagship Campus for Faculty Resource Network, Faculty, Staff Aid Synchronized Quail Hatching Experiment

Issue Number Thirty-Two 4/4/2013 - Student Credits Faculty, Staff in Helping Her Win Fulbright Award, Dr. Philip Ellmore Selected for Executive Leadership Academy, Stockton Seaview Wins Three National Golf Awards, WWII Bombardier Tells Dean Thomas O'Donnell's Veterans Class of Tragedies and Luck During Missions, Faculty and Staff Show Off Talent for Fundraiser, Nursing Program Boasts Perfect Licensure Passing Rate

Issue Number Thirty-One 3/28/2013 - Faculty and Staff Take Study Tour of WWII, Holocaust Sites, Dr. Claudine Keenan to Attend 'Becoming a Provost Academy,' Brian Jackson at dedication of Rosa Parks Statue in D.C., Dr. Joseph Trout Presents at American Physical Society, Dean Janet Wagner's Blog on Grandmother's STEM Work Goes Viral

Issue Number Thirty 3/21/2013 - National Philosophers Conference a Success at Stockton Seaview, Associate Professor of Environ. Sciences Dr. Geller Retiring, Stockton Staff Advise on Alternative Spring Break in N.C., Faculty, Staff Train in Victim Advocacy During Alternative Spring Break On Campus, 'Old Stocktonite' Finds New Role with 'Foodie Tuesdays', Emari DiGiorgio Welcomes Daughter 

Issue Number Twenty-Nine 3/14/2013 - Dr. Jan Colijn, Dean of General Studies, To Retire, Development and Alumni Affairs Present at CASE District II Conference, Dennis Fotia Visits Brasilia, Brazil for Middle States Commission, Faculty and Staff Share Their Best Practices at Conferences, Cunningham to Appear in Stockton's "Vagina Monologues", Collection Drives Seek Medical Equipment, Cellphones

Issue Number Twenty-Eight 3/7/2013 - Farina's "Gamers" Wins Gold at Indie Film Festival, Nick Ummarino Creates Original Series on SSTV, Tana Tracey Retiring from NAMS, Nelson Morales Walking in March for Babies, Helping to Raise Funds,  Noyes Museum of Art Opens Gallery within Kramer Hall, Stockton Police Offer Emergency Preparedness Training, Stockton Staff Do the Harlem Shake, Getting 43,000 Views, Gerontology Minor Program Accepts Merit Award at Annual Meeting

Issue Number Twenty-Seven 2/28/2013 - Visual Identity Guidelines, CBFS Scholarship Donation, Two Recognized for Achievements in Academic Advising, Audrey Latourette Named President of Legal Studies Group, Ruth Ade Retiring from Purchasing Department, PDK Honors Joseph Marchetti, Jedediah Morfit Creating Public Art Installation in Atlantic City

Issue Number Twenty-Six 2/21/2013 - Dr. David L. Carr Receives Hughes Center Honor, Phi Delta Kappa Presents Check, Stockton Sustainability Program Reaches More Students, Anna Evans' Poem Named 2012 Rattle Poetry Prize Readers' Choice, Dr. Busler to Speak on Business at Bahrain Conference, Stockton Joins Recycling Competition, "A Concert of Dance" Features Faculty, Stockton Faculty Demonstrates Underwater Robot at SeaPerch

Issue Number Twenty-Five 2/14/13 - Physical Therapy Faculty Present Research, Faculty Band and More at "Hammonton Loves Stockton," CWA Gathers Valentines for Overseas Troops, New Grandparents and Graduate in Stockton Community, Joseph Rubenstein's Classes Working With Storm Victims

Issue Number Twenty-Four 2/7/13 - SCOSA Partners with National Association for Staff Training, Master of Social Work Celebrates Full Accreditation, Civil War Series Kicks Off with Opening Ceremony, Lewis Leitner Presents at World Universities Forum, What's New in the Food Court 

Issue Number Twenty-Three 2/1/13 - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Officially Dedicates Kramer Hall, SFT Union Office Receives Updates, Graphics Brings Home Gold, Deputy Chief of Police Joe Mangiello Retires, Laurie Shanderson Wins Diva Medal at Half Marathon, Coach Gerry Matthews Inducted into NJSWA Hall of Fame

Issue Number Twenty-Two 1/24/13 - MLK Day of Service Fills Campus Center, College Partners to Help Develop Arts District, Gene Cranmer Visits Ghana, Stockton to Celebrate African American Civil War Veterans, In Memoriam: Nancy Ashton, Apply for FEMA Assistance

Issue Number Twenty-One 1/10/2013 - "Surveying South Jersey" at Library, Tom Nolan named to National Physical Therapy Task Force, Nick Sena joins Office of Development, Alumni Affairs, Plant Management Busy During Break, 9th Annual MLK Day of Service Set for January 21, need Food and Phones