Faculty and School Spotlights

Ai Zhang (ARHU) COMM 3302: Advanced Public Relations

  • Dr. Zhang’s students partnered with David’s Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation to host an event in which proceeds will support families who have been touched by cancer.
  • Another Team collaborated with the Stockton Cooking Club and “Food Network Star” finalist, Nicole Gaffney, to host an event benefiting the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
  • Both projects were even featured in The Press of Atlantic City.

Jennifer Barr (BUSN) MRKT 4470: Strategic Marketing

  • ­ Students acted as marketing managers, developing integrated marketing programs, for The Avenue (Main Street Atlantic City), Little Egg Harbor Township & the City of Tuckerton, the Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union, Mays Landing Merchants Association, “Lines on the Pines” festival and The Tuckerton Seaport and Baymen’s Museum

Priti Haria (EDUC) EDUC 2241: Education of Students with Special Needs

  • ­Service-­learning projects in this course were able to explore and experience various settings such as tutoring children in schools, visits to schools or organizations that work with children or individuals with developmental needs. Students reflected on their experiences using journals and presenting to each other their experiences in class.

Luis Garcia (HLTH) HLTH 1102: Introduction to Health Sciences II

  • Students worked with Stanley Holmes Homework Completion Club where they interacted with children after school to help them with their homework, play games, and teach them about certain topics, such as bullying and first aid.
  • A team of Professor Garcia’s Students worked with Campus Kitchen where students prepared meals, and made delivers to the underprivileged of Atlantic City.
  • ­Another group of students worked on the Campus Food Drive that was collecting donations to be given to the South Jersey Food Bank where they helped collect donations across campus and deliver them to the food bank.

Tara Luke (NAMS) ­MARS 3337: Underwater Robotics

David Werner (NAMS) GNM 1136: Science of Forecasting Waves

  • Professor Werner’s students w?ere introduced to waves, surfing equipment, tracking swell, buoy models, hurricanes, weather, bathymetry, tides, wind, and coastal erosion processes.
  • Each semester the class organizes with local community partner, Alliance for a Living Ocean, for a beach clean up.

Jessica Fleck (SOBL) PSYC 3634: Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience

  • Students from this course organized a community workshop entitled, “Me, My Brain and I: Building a Healthy Brain for Today and Tomorrow”. This workshop presented the students findings from the latest research on brain health to local community members.
  • More information can be found at www.stockton.edu/brainhealth