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Friday, April 9, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: DPT Students Receive White Coats, Take Oath, Six Inducted into National Black Studies Honor Society, Stockton Poll Finds Deep Divide on Biden Policies; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Get Vaccinated, Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Nathan Long; FRAME-WORTHY: Sisters Make a Difference for Food Pantryl WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Facebook, Instagram; FROM THE SIDELINES: Varsity Eight Earns First-Ever MARC Crew Of the Week Honor, Press of Atlantic City- Daniel Do, Alves Earns NJAC Honorable Mention Nod, Stockton Cross Country Teams Earn USTFCCCA Academic Honors; OSPREY NOTES: Spring 2021 Commencement Ceremonies May 11-13, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Office of Continuing Studies offerings, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Dancers on the Boardwalk, Keeping the “Wild” in Wildlife, Summer at Stockton Info Session, Criminal Justice Lecture Series, Murphy Writing Online Getaway, SETchella Music Festival, Unity Day Preconference, Emerging Choreographers Showcase, Colonel Kenneth R. Stow Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament, Reading Poems - Celebrating Spring and Natural World

Friday, April 2, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: New Cannabis & Hemp Research Initiative Sprouts at Stockton, Hughes Center Hosts Local Assemblymen, Scholarships Available to New Graduate Students, Students Thrive in Washington, D.C.; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Christina Noble; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Qualifies for NFHCA Academic Team, Women’s Rowing Hits the Water After 17 Months, Four Ospreys Receive NJAC Postseason Honors; OSPREY NOTES: State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Office of Continuing Studies offerings, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Yom HaSHoah, Dancers on the Boardwalk, Keeping the “Wild” in Wildlife, Summer at Stockton Info Session, Criminal Justice Lecture Series, Murphy Writing Online Getaway, SETchella Music Festival, Unity Day, Colonel Kenneth R. Stow Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament,  Reading Poems - Celebrating Spring and Natural World

Friday, March 26, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Return to Normal Operations Planned for Fall, New Scholarship to Help Students Majoring in Technology, Minorities Want COVID Vaccine; Fewer Receiving It, Statement in Support of Our AAPI Community; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Home-Buying Workshop Focuses on Atlantic City Real Estate; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Ryan Terrell; FRAME-WORTHY: Picture Stockton … Turing Sap into Syrup; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter; FROM THE SIDELINES: Volleyball: Stockton Repeats NJAC Champions, Men’s Soccer: Stockton Posts Third Straight Shutout, 2-0, Osprey Outlook: Baseball Preview; OSPREY NOTES: Celebrate Diversity: Second Issue of the Stockton CCDIE Digest, Student Involvement Award Nominations Sought, Read the SCOSA Newsletter, Host an Event for Stockton’s AAPIH Celebration, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Office of Continuing Studies offerings, Women’s History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Yom HaSHoah, Summer at Stockton Info Session, Colonel Kenneth R. Stow Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament,  Reading Poems - Celebrating Spring and Natural World

Friday, March 19, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Stockton Promise Guarantees Free Tuition and Fees, Award-Winning Initiative Supports First-Gen Students, LIGHT Issues Report on COVID Impact in A.C., Tune into Stockton Now; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Gravitz Family Endows Scholarship, Stockton AC Phase II Named Leading Infrastructure Project; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Matthew Olson; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn; FROM THE SIDELINES: 13 Field Hockey Players Earn NFHCA Academic Honors, Men’s Soccer: Stockton Tops Kean 1-0, Livestream NJAC Playoffs; OSPREY NOTES: Summer at Stockton Info Sessions March 25, April 14, Host an Event for Stockton’s AAPIH Celebration, Singers Sought for Virtual Stockton Concert, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Office of Continuing Studies offerings, Women’s History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Book Discussion- “Good Neighbors, Bad Times Revisited, Open House Week, Regulating Marijuana in N.J., 11th Annual Paul Lyons Memorial Lecture, “Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism,” Reading Poems - Celebrating Spring and Natural World

Friday, March 12, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Nursing Students Get a Shot to Make History at Megasite, LIGHT Survey Shows Visitors Will Return to A.C., Fim Celebrates Life, Legacy of Bill Hughes, Music Industry Icon Says “Dream Big, but Plan;” WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Amee Shah; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Volleyball Remains Unbeaten with 3-0 Victory, Osprey Outline: Field Hockey Preview, Livestream NJAC Playoffs; OSPREY NOTES: Bulk Mailing Reminder, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Spring Ahead; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Women’s History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Book Discussion- “Good Neighbors, Bad Times Revisited, Open House Week, Regulating Marijuana in N.J., 11th Annual Paul Lyons Memorial Lecture, Reading Poems- Celebrating Spring and Natural World

Friday, March 5, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Black History Month Marches into the Future, Student Dancers Conquer COVID with Drive-In Performance; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Stockton Begins Youth Summer Rowing Program; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Opens Season with 3-1 Victory, Livestream NJAC Playoffs This Weekend; IN MEMORIAM: Lynn Kramer; OSPREY NOTES: Read the Fund Times, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Reminder: Opportunity to Participate in Age-Friendly University Survey; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Women’s History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Spring Dance Concert, Stockton Day the Maple Grove, Open House Week, 11th Annual Paul Lyons Memorial Lecture

Friday, Feb. 26, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: New Film Highlights Career of Ambassador William J. Hughes, Education Key to Cannabis Tourism, Meet the Elders of Atlantic City; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Trustees Approve Lease Negotiations for AC Phase II; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Matthew Bonnan; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Women’s Basketball: Stockton Earns First Win of the Season; Men’s Basketball: Stockton Completes Sweep of Rutgers-Camden, 65-46; OSPREY NOTES: Celebrate Diversity: First Issue of the New Stockton CCDIE Digest, Read the SCOSA Newsletter, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Black History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Black Women and Voting Rights, Women in Hip Hop, Spring Dance Concert, Stockton Day the Maple Grove, Open House Week, Upcoming Continuing Studies offerings

Friday, Feb. 19, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Rosenbergs Endow Second Scholarship in Parents’ Memory, Mark Giannantonio to Chair LIGHT Advisory Board, Tune into Stockton Now; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Jenny Wagner; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Campus Center Surprises Ospreys Who Soar Safely; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Edged by NJCU on Buzzer Beater, Carmelia Named to EDP Promising Young Coaches List, Stockton Athletics Mourns the Loss of Stephanie Allocco; OSPREY NOTES: Opportunity to Participate in Age-Friendly University Survey, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Black History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Contunuing the Conversation: Race, Racism and Anti-Racism, Communication Studies Speaker Spotlight- Vanessa Maria Graber, Destination Cannabis, International Faculty and Staff Network Meet and Greet, Music of African Americans, Black Women and Voting Rights, Women in Hip Hop, Spring Dance Concert, Open House Week, Upcoming Continuing Studies offerings

Friday, Feb. 12, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: UBSS Flag Raising Celebrates Black Excellence, Mock Trial Team Exhibits Excellence in Competition, Hospitality Program Ranks 7th in Nation; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: COVID-19 Vaccination Information Session March 8 with AtlantiCare, Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; FRAME-WORTHY: Collection Highlights Nego League Baseball; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn; FROM THE SIDELINES: The Bounce is Back, Women’s Basketball Profile, Men’s Basketball Profile, 28 Ospreys Qualify for Fall 2020 CSAC All-Academic Team; IN MEMORIAM: Jo Frances Stow; OSPREY NOTES: State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Roster Verification Reminder for Faculty, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Black History Month events, City of Hope: The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Music of African Americans, Communication Studies Speaker Spotlight- Vanessa Maria Graber, Destination Cannabis, International Faculty and Staff Network Meet and Greet, Black Women and Voting Rights, Spring Dance Concert, Upcoming Continuing Studies offerings

Friday, Feb. 5, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: MLK Day of Service Succeeds Live and Online, MLK Panel Addresses Youth Voting Power, Summer Business Academy Offering Scholarships; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; FRAME-WORTHY: Snowy Semester Start; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Leon Named NJAIAW Woman of the Year Honoree, Osprey Outlook: Men’s Basketball Preview, Osprey Outlook: Women’s Basketball Preview; OSPREY NOTES: Read the Fund Times, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Roster Verification Reminder for Faculty, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Black History Month events, High School Diploma Test Preparation, How to Prepare for Tax Season, Music of African Americans, Poetry Readings in the Maple Forest, International Faculty and Staff Network Meet and Greet, Upcoming Continuing Studies offerings

Friday, Jan. 29, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: HOlocaust Horrors Teach Lessons for Today, Faculty Work Featured in Art Gallery Show; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Michele Previti; FRAME-WORTHY: Ospreys Spring into New Semester; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Twitter, Instagram; OSPREY NOTES: Volunteers Still Needed for MLK Day of Service, Read the SCOSA Newsletter, State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Submit Your Black History Month Events, Roster Verification Reminder for Faculty, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, MLK Day of Service, High School Diploma Test Preparation, How to Prepare for Tax Season, Music of African Americans

Friday, Jan. 22, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Landaus Create Scholarship for Undergraduate Research, LIGHT Launching Gaming, Hospitality & Tourism Journal, Exhibit Inspired by 'Red Summer' of 1919; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; FRAME-WORTHY: Boats Sink for Science; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: SJSCA Names Courage Award in Honor of Stephanie Allocco; Stockton Announces 2021 Basketball Schedules; OSPREY NOTES: State Aid Renewal Deadline April 15, Submit Your Black History Month Events, Roster Verification Reminder for Faculty, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Spring Semester Begins, Maple Sugaring, Faculty Senate meeting, MLK Day of Service, High School Diploma Test Preparation, Protect Our Planet: Problems and Solutions, Introduction to Visual Literacy, Music of African Americans 

Friday, Jan. 15, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Free Homework Program Helping Area Students, Mini-Courses Offered to the Public, MLK Day of Service Moved to Jan. 30; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: McHugh Talks Winter Basketball Season; OSPREY NOTES: Submit Your Black History Month Events, Roster Verification Reminder for Faculty, Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Murphy Writing Winter Getaway, Maple Sugaring, Spring Semester Begins, MLK Day of Service, High School Diploma Test Preparation

Friday, Jan. 8, 2021 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: A Response to the Violence in Washington, D.C, Maple Sugaring Begins at Stockton, Event Design Class Creates Virtual Events, Choose Stockton in January; WE’RE HERE TO HELP: Resources Available to Staff, Faculty; SPOTLIGHT ON: Deborah Figart; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Esports FIFA Players Take First and Second in Conference, Basketball Coach Helps Rescue Man; OSPREY NOTES: Submit Applications for Day of Scholarship 2021, Read the Fund Times; VIRTUAL UPCOMING EVENTS: Upcoming Events Hosted by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Murphy Writing Winter Getaway, Spring Semester Begins, MLK Day of Service