The Stockton Times - 2015

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Issue Number Ten 12/17/2015 - Beverly Vaughn Leads Choir of 200 Community Members in ‘Messiah’ Production at Borgata, Faculty Members Organize, Volunteer Career Success Workshop, Nathan Morell Completes Marathon, Raises $900 for Special Olympics, Champion Named in Inaugural Gingerbread House Competition, Channell, Barnabei, Situ-Liu, Marino Win Prizes in ECC Raffle, Darryl Greer of HESIG Participates on Panel at University of Oxford, Latourette Presents at National Symposium in Washington, D.C., Construction Corner: Pomona Road Parking Lot Project to Commence 

Issue Number Nine 12/10/2015 - Galloway American Legion Donates $25,000 Supporting Student Veterans in MSW Program, Important Message About Emergency Alerts at the University, Graduate and Continuing Studies Hosts Annual Research Symposium, Button Wins Division of Victimology’s Faculty Teacher of the Year Award, Beverly Vaughn’s Classes Raise Money for Music Academy in Africa, Stockton Seaview Featured on Comcast’s ‘Traveling Golfer,' Stockton Reaches $50,000 Goal in ECC, Three Win Prizes in Raffle, Construction Update: Quad Project Delayed, Portion of Lot 0 Closed

Issue Number Eight 12/3/2015 - Board of Trustees Names Harvey Kesselman Fifth President of Stockton University, Stockton Board of Trustees Approves New Academic Programs, Summer Tuition Rates to Promote Instructional Site Enrollment, Stockton’s Active Minds Receives 2015 Chapter of the Year Award, More Than 300 Attend 31st Annual Students, Faculty & Staff Dinner, Stockton Foundation Hosts Annual Scholarship Recognition Dinner, Stocktonians Named to Atlantic County Economic Alliance Board, Stockton Police Department Participates in No Shave November, Nine Stockton Staff Members Win Prizes in Recent ECC Raffles, Construction Update: Quad Project Delayed Until After Spring 2016

Issue Number Seven 11/19/2015 - Record-Breaking Stockton Volleyball Team Makes First NCAA Sweet Sixteen Appearance, Stockton Police Department Shares ‘8 Signs of Terrorism’ Brochure, Erin O’Hanlon Joins the Board of Covenant House in Atlantic City, Office of Global Engagement Hosts International Education Week, Kate Nearpass Ogden Launches Book on Yosemite at Kramer Hall, Son of Survivors Provides $100,000 Fund for Holocaust Educators, Fleet Reserve Association Establishes New Veteran Scholarship, Stockton Receives Special Achievement Award for ECC Success, David Burdick, Elaine Bukowski Win Prizes in ECC Weekly Raffle

Issue Number Six 11/12/2015 - Stockton University Trustees Approve Approve Amended Showboat Sales Agreement, Stockton Honors Veterans, Ranked #6 in Nation for ‘Best for Vets,’ Walker Wins Eighth Consecutive NJAC Championship, Named Coach of the Year, Council of Black Faculty and Staff Holds 34th Annual Fundraiser, Stockton University, Atlantic Cape Sign Dual Admission Agreement, School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics Welcomes New Faculty, Toni Hilsin and Morgan Cullers Win First ECC Weekly Raffle

Issue Number Five 11/5/2015 - Athletics Hosts Concussion Awareness Game, Stockton University Announces Emergency Preparedness Website, SCCE Contributes to Latino Exhibit at Atlantic City Historical Museum, Carol Waties in New Role at Small Business Development Center, Stockton University Establishes New Biodiversity Committee, School of General Studies Welcomes New Faculty Members, Stockton’s Steven and Jennifer Radwanski Welcome Baby Boy

Issue Number Four 10/29/2015 - Stockton Hosts CCSC Eastern Conference, Task Force Defines Shared Governance; Invitation from Chair of Stockton’s Board to Attend Open Discussions on Shared Governance, Service-Learning, SCCE Present at Campus Compact Conference, Michael Pedicin Serves as Musical Director for Concert at UArts, Missy Delaney of Mail Room Welcomes New Granddaughter, Brian Kowalski Named Interim Associate General Counsel at Stockton, Social & Behavioral Sciences Welcomes New Faculty Members 

Issue Number Three 10/22/2015 - Stockton Hosts New Jersey Veterans Summit, Announcement of Appointees to Space Management Committee, Deborah Gussman and Sharon Musher Each Publish New Books, University Relations & Marketing Welcomes Shilon Anderson, School of Business Welcomes New Faculty Members to Stockton, Stockton University Community Remembers Robert McKeon, Construction Corner: Construction, Parking Changes on Dec. 21

Issue Number Two 10/15/2015 - Stockton Celebrates University Weekend, Foundation: 2015 Stockton Golf Classic Most Successful to Date, Search for Provost & VP for Academic Affairs Begins, Luis García Appointed to Board of the South Jersey AIDS Alliance, Hughes Center Hosts Legislator-in-Residence Joseph Kyrillos, Library Team Updates Stockton University’s Digital Collections, School of Health Sciences Welcomes New Faculty to Stockton, Reminder: Open Enrollment for Health Benefits, Flexible Spending, Construction Corner: Construction, Parking Changes on Dec. 21

Issue Number One 10/8/2015 - Stockton Celebrates Civil Rights Legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer with Keynote Address, William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy Hosts First Research Reception, The School of Arts & Humanities Welcomes New Faculty Members, Retired Stockton Faculty and Staff Gather for Local Luncheon, Donna Albano Takes Students on Faculty-Led Program to Italy, Construction Corner: Construction, Parking Changes on Dec. 21

Issue Number Fifty-One 10/1/2015 - Stockton Receives Additional NOAA Funding, Stockton’s Economic Inequality Initiative Hosts Kick-Off Event, Rona Whitehead Continues as Stockton’s Activist-in-Residence, Stockton’s ARTP Performs Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Testing, Lolita Treadwell Named Executive Assistant to the Provost

Issue Number Fifty-One 9/24/2015 - Stockton’s Enrollment Hits New Record, Wendel White Featured on Award-Winning ‘State of the Arts’ Episode, Stockton Hosts First Annual Ability Fair, Draws 200 from Community, Tom Grites and Patty Weeks Welcome Families’ First Grandchild, Stockton Kicks-Off New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign, Provost’s Office, Institutional Diversity & Equity Host Bias Workshop, Sena Named Special Assistant to VP of Administration & Finance, Stockton’s Brian Jackson, Jon Rosky Install New Osprey Nest, Perch

Issue Number Fifty - 9/17/2015 - Board Authorizes Contract Negotiations with Dr. Harvey Kesselman Regarding Presidency, Board of Trustees Authorizes Sale of Showboat Property in A.C., Stockton Releases Independent Review of Showboat Purchase, In Case You Missed It: Institutional Name Changes in Effect, Constitution Day Keynote Leaves Stockton Community Inspired, Stockton’s 12th Annual Day of Service Draws 500 Volunteers 

Issue Number Forty-Nine - 9/10/2015 - Stockton University Ranked in Top 15 Public Regional Universities of the North, Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center Named Top Center, Staff Launch Men of Color Retention Initiative Mentor Program, CARE Program Holds Orientation for Faculty, Staff Mentors, Deeanna Button of CRIM Receives ACJS’ 2016 New Scholar Award, Alex Marino Volunteers as Celebrity Chef at Taste of the Quarter, Essential Learning Outcomes (ELO) Launches New Website 

Issue Number Forty-Eight - 9/3/2015 - Stockton Summer Enrollment Increases, Green, Collins, Stockton Production Services Receive Telly Awards, Wendel White Publishes Work in Buildings & Landscapes Journal, Stockton Brings Professional Development to Galloway Teachers, Faculty & Staff Cycle for SOAR, LoBiondo Visits Health Sciences, Construction Corner: Updates on Parking Lots 0 and 1, William J. Hughes Center Welcomes Kevin Coopersmith, Update Stockton Email Signature for Faculty and Staff 

Issue Number Forty-Seven - 8/27/2015 - Matthew Bonnan Co-Authors Paper Announcing New Dinosaur Species, Patricia Chappine Publishes Book on New Jersey Women in WWII, University Relations & Marketing Publishes Editorial Style Guide, Pedro Santana Completes Harvard Professional Development Program, Kamini Naik of NAMS Participates in India Day in Atlantic City, CPO Peter Baratta Inducted into Rotary Club of Atlantic City, Stockton University Community Remembers Linda C. Smith, Melissa, Joan Vander Ryk and Family Welcome Baby Girl

Issue Number Forty-Six 8/20/2015 - Stockton Launches Susan Allen to NASA, Office of Human Resources Announces New Management System, ARHU Brings Performing, Visual Arts Summer Workshops to A.C., Dr. Tartaro, Dr. Duntley Co-Direct Ninth Annual CSI Summer Camp, School of Education Hosts Annual TeachMeetNJ Unconference, Stockton University Welcomes Staff Members in Various Departments, Parking Updates: Lot 0 to Open, North Lot Closed to Commuters

Issue Number Forty-Five 8/13/2015 - Judge Approves Stockton to Sell Showboat, Stockton Named to Princeton Review’s ‘Best in the Northeast’, University-wide Search Committee for Provost Announced, Seaview Named A Beautiful Weekend Getaway in New Jersey, Bob Heinrich Named Chief Information Officer, Cabinet Member, Kristi Troster Named Interim Field Hockey Coach for 2015 Season, Stockton University Community, Remembers James P. McGettigan

Issue Number Forty-Four 8/6/2015 - 'Studying the Holocaust at Stockton University’ Debuts on Jewish Life TV, Stockton Faculty Host STEM Workshop for Female Teens at AAUW, NAMS Offers SEAS Program for Rising High School Seniors, Dean Keenan Appointed to Board of New Atlantic City School, Dr. Janice Joseph Elected to International Executive Committee, Dr. Darryl Greer, Daniel J. Douglas Present Research at ETS, Robert Wallace of Facilities and Susan Zennario of PAC Wed, Dr. Tom Papademetriou Named Director for Hellenic Studies, University Relations & Marketing Launches Media Resources Site 

Issue Number Forty-Three 7/30/2015 - Stockton, Noyes Museum of Art, Bay-Atlantic Symphony Receive $426,781 in NJ Arts Grants, Teaching Circles Announced for Academic Year 2015-2016, Faculty, Staff Present at Student Government-East Institute, Messina Family Dedicates Bench in Honor of Dominick A. Messina, Dr. Lisa Cox Presents at International Scientific Meeting in London, The School of Arts and Humanities Welcomes Joseph Sramaty, University Relations & Marketing Service Request Form Reminder

Issue Number Forty-Two 7/23/2015 - Shared Governance Task Force Holds Meeting, Documentary Wins Awards in Various Film Festivals Worldwide, Faculty Present at Why the Humanities Matter Summer Institute, CSPAN3 Airs Panel Segment with Dr. Michelle Craig McDonald, The Office of Service-Learning Welcomes Erin O’Hanlon, The Office of Human Resources Welcomes Bart Musitano, Construction Corner: K-Wing Elevator, Restrooms Now Closed

Issue Number Forty-One 7/16/2015 - Stockton Welcomes Philadelphia University’s Physician Assistant Studies Program Students, Schulman Named to Southern New Jersey Development Council Board, Dr. Moscovici Featured for Lecture Given in Argentina Wine Country, Drs. Tripepi and Zwick Attend Microbiology Conference in Texas, Stockton Begins Thinning Phase of its Forest Management Plan, Stockton’s Manahawkin Instructional Site Welcomes Maria Giunta, Facilities Management and Plant Operations Welcomes John Fritsch, Free-to-Be Child Care Center Announces Official Name Change, Construction Corner: Elevators, Stairs, Lot Zero Projects Continue

Issue Number Forty 7/9/2015 - BOT Names Dr. Kesselman Interim President Effective Sept. 1, Approves New Appointments, Tuition, Fees, Meal Plans for 2015-2016 Held at 2 Percent Increase, Stockton Announces New Organizational Leadership Doctorate, Trustee Pappas, Wife Zoe Commit $250,000 to Establish Greek Fund, Council of Black Faculty and Staff Presents Gift to Foundation, Stockton University Announces Successful Year-End Giving, Future Academic Quad Video Available on Stockton Website, Grants Office Now the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Construction Corner: Elevators, Stairs, Lot Zero Projects Continue

Issue Number Thirty-Nine 7/2/2015 - Stockton University Receives $742,000 Additional Funding in Final State Budget, First Year of Stockton Center for Community Engagement’s Homework Completion Program a Success, Susan Allen’s Photography Selected for Display in Presidential Wing, Dr. Patricia Reid-Merritt Visits Whitney Plantation in Louisiana, Christina Cavaliere Receives 2015 Article of Excellence Award, Patricia Donahue, Walter Tarver Present at EACE Conference, Elaine Ingulli Retires After 29 Years of Service at Stockton, Office of External Affairs Creates User-Friendly Link for Request Form

Issue Number Thirty-Eight 6/25/2015 - Faculty, Staff Organize Conference in Cyprus, Richard Trama Organizes Annual Graduate Liberal Arts Symposium, Rubenstein, Papademetriou Obtain Grant to Fund Mural in AC School, Alex Marino Serves as Judge for Miss New Jersey Pageant 2015, Sramaty, Stockton Oratorio Society Perform at Carnegie Hall, Dr. Israel Posner Retires After 42 Years of Service at Stockton, Dr. Nancy Davis Retires After 41 Years of Service at Stockton

Issue Number Thirty-Seven 6/18/2015 - Stockton Faculty, Staff Members Present at American Democracy Conference, Gwathney Presents Awards to Amoriello, Chandler and Dr. Lakew, Kathy Franzese of Human Resources Retires After 25 Years of Service, Diana Meischker of Stockton’s PAC Retires After 18 Years, Dr. Laurie Shanderson Participates in Program at Harvard, Foundation Receives Gift from Winners of Up to Us Competition

Issue Number Thirty-Six 6/11/2015 - Admissions Wins Two Advertising Awards, Faculty, Staff Participate in G. Larry James Legacy Fund Bike Ride, Jessica Kowal Presents at United Way’s Power of the Purse Event, Dr. Jean Abbott Elected Trustee of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, Dr. Deb Figart Participates in Global Roundtable on Living Wage, Stockton Hosts Dare to Dream Student Leadership Conference, Faculty Share STEM Opportunities with Female High School Students, Val Julien to Step Down as Stockton Softball Coach on June 15

Issue Number Thirty-Five 6/4/2015 - Stockton ARTP Assumes Land Lease, Stockton Faculty Teach Aspiring Educators at NJFEA Conference, Robert Heinrich Named Executive Director of Computer Services, Coach Val Julien’s Softball Team Donates LPGA Tips to Foundation, Dr. JY Zhou and Dr. Linda Feeney Present at CLAC Conference, Dr. Shulman, Yep and Tomé Have Journal’s Top Downloaded Article, The Grants Office Welcomes Todd Regn as Executive Director

Issue Number Thirty-Four 5/28/2015 - Seven Projects Receive 2020 Funding, Nathan Morell Receives 2015 Anchor Award for Education, SRI&ETTC’s Michelle Wendt Helps Organize Edcamp Unconference, Men’s LAX Coach Zulauf Named Skyline Conference Coach of the Year, Free-to-Be Visits Stockton University Faculty and Staff Members, Stockton’s MSOT Program Creates Pillowcases for Kids with Cancer, Dr. Situ-Liu Performs at SCOSA’s Aging Successfully Festival

Issue Number Thirty-Three 5/21/2015 - Dr. Harvey Kesselman to Remain Acting President at Request of Board of Trustees, LIGHT Hosts Seventh Annual Jersey Shorecast at Carnegie Center, Hughes Center Looks at Impact of Geography on Economic Opportunity, Five SOBL Faculty Honored for More Than 200 Years of Service, Marianne Larsen of Development/Alumni Welcomes First Grandchild, Construction Corner: Area Between Lakeside Lane, Lot 1 Closed

Issue Number Thirty-Two 5/14/2015 - Stockton University Confers 1,390 Degrees, Task Force on Interim President Seeks Stockton Community’s Input, Dr. Murray Kohn Honored for Teachings at Retirement Celebration, Dr. Elizabeth Elmore Establishes Endowment in Mother’s Memory, Construction Corner: F-Wing Elevator Returns to Service

Issue Number Thirty-One 5/7/2015 - Three University-Wide Task Forces Announced, More Than 200 Employees Honored at Annual Employee Recognition Breakfast, Stockton University Celebrates Dr. Harvey Kesselman’s Career, Retirement Farewell Celebration Held for Dr. Dennis Weiss, Dr. Norma Boakes Organizes Stockton’s Annual Origami Showcase

Issue Number Thirty 4/29/2015 - Message from the Stockton University Board of Trustees on Transition Plan, More than 500 Guests Raise Over $300,000 at Scholarship Gala, Dr. Fleck, Students Organize Workshop on Building a Healthy Brain, Career Center’s Walter Tarver Elected President-Elect of EACE, Dr. Janice Joseph Leads Delegation on Crime Prevention in Qatar, 100 Percent of Stockton MSOT Graduates Pass National Boards, Dr. Carol Rittner Invited to Attend Forum in Fez, Morocco, Bring Your Kids to Work Day, Dr. Devine Wins Bow-Tie Contest

Issue Number Twenty-Nine 4/23/2015 - Stockton University President to Resign, SRI&ETTC Hosts Civics Education Conference for Teachers, Stockton Faculty Discuss Research on Various Radio Programs, Dr. Allison Brings Hip Hop Summit to Campus, Local Community, Faculty Members Across Disciplines Participate in Shark Week, SOBL, Psychology Program Dedicate Lending Library to Dr. Lester, Stockton University Welcomes Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Twenty-Eight 4/16/2015 - Dr. Susan Davenport Named Interim Provost, Dr. Peter Straub Named Interim Dean of School of NAMS, Hughes Center Hosts Legislator-in-Residence, Lecture at Kramer Hall, Radwanski Receives Outstanding Orientation Professional Award, Stockton University Receives MonArc Corporate Citizenship Award, Christina Butterfield Named Program Assistant in External Affairs

Issue Number Twenty-Seven 4/9/2015 - Hughes Center Hosts Ruth J. Katz Presentation on the Affordable Care Act, Israeli Film Artist Eran Riklis Speaks to Dr. Marcia Fiedler’s Class, Audrey Wolfson Latourette Presents at NYU School of Medicine, Faculty and Staff Present at NJEDge Faculty Showcase at NJCU, Institutional Research Launches Online Institutional Data Dictionary, Stockton Welcomes Sharon Kalani; Cindy Gove Takes on New Role

Issue Number Twenty-Six - 4/2/2015 - Stockton Ranked Second Safest Campus in NJ, Faculty, Staff Honor Dr. Barlatt, Dr. Dugan, Jaynes at Retirement Party, Stockton University Hosts Fourth Annual Mathematical Mayhem, Christian Allen Awarded D III Strength and Training Coach of the Year, Stockton’s Grants Office Hosts 15th Annual Day of Scholarship, Stockton University to be Honored at MonArc Awards on April 10

Issue Number Twenty-Five - 3/26/2015 - Stockton Group Provides Clinical Services, Presents Lectures in Bogota, Colombia, Garden State Film Festival Recognizes Holocaust Resource Center, Stockton University Begins Active Management of Campus Woods, NAMS Hosts ‘Deep Sea Shipwrecks: History Revealed’ Event, Construction Corner: Exterior Stairs, Elevator Renovations Update 

Issue Number Twenty-Four - 3/19/2015 - Stockton University Hosts 26th Annual Pinelands Short Course to Explore Region, Stockton Community Volunteers for Alternative Spring Break Project, Dr. Patricia Reid-Merritt Receives Award for Outstanding Service, Joseph Lizza Receives NACA Award for Volunteer Leadership, School of Education Recognizes Efforts of Partner School Districts, Michelle Andre’s Field Hockey Team Records Best GPA in Nation, Dr. Gonsalves Reappointed as Director of Academic Assessment, Construction Corner: Exterior Stairs, Elevator Renovations Continue

Issue Number Twenty-Three - 3/12/2015 - Dr. Harvey Kesselman Named Next President of the University of Southern Maine, Stockton University Establishes New Center, Names New Director, Two Stocktonians Honored in AC Weekly’s Top 40 Under 40, Stockton’s Main Soccer Field Receives Fields of Excellence Award, Big Blue Features New Signage, Dance Faculty Works Featured, Haley Baum, Brian Pluchino Featured in Relay for Life Publication

Issue Number Twenty-Two - 3/6/2015 - Stockton Team Wins National Competition, Consult Updated Brand Guidelines for New Logos, Templates, Stockton Chosen to Participate in Economic Inequality Initiative, Dr. Sara Martino’s Class Raises Awareness of Eating Disorders, Faculty, Staff Participate in Critical Thinking Workshop, Sessions, N-Wing Elevator Re-Opens; J, N-Wing Stairs to Close Next Week, Coach Matthews, Coach Fussner Make Division III NCAA Tournament, Murphy Writing Recognized by Beyond the Margins Writing Group

Issue Number Twenty-One - 2/26/2015 - Theatre Program Premieres Modern Greek Masterpiece ‘The Courtyard of Miracles,' Dr. Figart, Dr. Mutari Co-Author Book on Life in Casino Industry, Service-Learning Hosts Merit Badge Fair for 250 Boy Scout Troops, Stockton Federation of Teachers Holds Adjunct Awareness Week Event, Dr. Gerald Martin Performs Lion Dance for Chinese New Year

Issue Number Twenty - 2/19/2015 - Stockton University Celebrates New Name, Introduces New Brand Identity, Faculty, Staff Collaborate to Screen, Film on Alzheimer’s Disease, Kramer Hall, Manahawkin Highlight Achievements in Annual Reports, Stockton Hosts ICCAs; Stockapella Ranks Third in Competition, Joe Fussner Inducted into South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame, Dr. Jonathan L. Johnson of Residential Life Welcomes Baby Boy

Issue Number Nineteen - 2/12/2015 - The Hughes Center Honors Five New Jerseyans, Stockton-Island Campus FAQs Available on Portal Next Week, Co-Facilitators of the SCTI Present Workshop on Critical Thinking, Noyes Arts Garage Hosts Event Raising $10,000 for Scholarships, Stockton Goes Red for Women, Title IX Deputy Coordinators Named, Dr. Tom Grites Receives Transfer Champion Award in Atlanta, Stockton Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments, Construction Corner: Exterior Stair, Elevator Renovations Continue

Issue Number Eighteen - 2/5/2015 - Stockton Kicks Off Black History Month, Dr. James ‘Mac’ Avery Backpacks Northern Laos Over Winter Break, College to ‘Go Red for Women,’ Fighting Heart Disease, Stroke, Academic Affairs Announces User-Friendly Updates to Website, Stockton Welcomes Director of Human Resources Thomas Chester, Aviation Research & Technology Park Elects Officers for 2015

Issue Number Seventeen - 1/29/2015 - Wendel White's ‘Manifest’ Debuts at Museum, NAMS Faculty, Staff Participate in SeaPerch Program Kickoff, Faculty Plan to Apply Seminar Tools to Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Vote for Stockton Arts in the Discover Jersey Arts Awards, Patricia Kelly of Residential Life Welcomes Baby Daughter, Construction Corner: Exterior Stair, Elevator Renovations Continue

Issue Number Sixteen - 1/22/2015 - MLK Day of Service Draws Nearly 1,000, Dr. Taneja, Stambaugh Receive Community Engagement Award, Coastal Research Center Publishes Article in Scholarly Journal, Dr. Manish Madan Receives New Scholar Award Recognition, Jim Gwathney’s Intramural Teams Celebrate Victories on the Road, Stockton Welcomes Maggie Quinn as Director of Purchasing, Construction Corner: Exterior Stair, Elevator Renovations Continue

Issue Number Fifteen - 1/15/2015 - HESIG Report Recommends Changes to Make Higher Education More Affordable, Effective, Three Faculty Members Organize Women in Academia Conference, Dr. Laurie Shanderson Publishes Article in Insight Into Diversity, Stockton Hosts Weekend Events for Special Olympics New Jersey, Construction Corner: Exterior Stair, Elevator Renovations Continue, Cynthia Parker Appointed as Stockton’s Interim Chief of Police, Stockton Welcomes New Staff Members in Various Departments

Issue Number Fourteen - 1/8/2015 - Dr. Mastrangelo to Lead Collective Impact for Health Equity in Vineland City Project, Kim Williams, Women’s Lacrosse Team Volunteer at FoodBank, Faculty Across Disciplines Present at Symposium in Puerto Rico, Faculty, Staff Members Share Their New Year’s Resolutions, Elevator Work Begins Jan. 12; Exterior Stair Renovations Continue, Natalie Havran Retires from the Office of Human Resources 

Issue Number Thirteen - 1/2/2015 - Stockton in Kiplinger’s Top 100 Best Values; Stockton, ACCC Offer Dual Degree in Biomedical Science; Stockton, Rowan’s Osteopathic Medicine to Offer Dual Degree; Eight Faculty-Led Projects Approved for 2020 Funding; Stephanie Clineman Named to Garden State Film Festival Board; Haines Retires as Men’s Soccer Coach, Starts as Assistant AD; Faculty Members From Various Schools Receive Promotions; College Welcomes Link as Social Work Accreditation Specialist