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TCNJ junior Gabriella Son leads #StopAsianHate march in hometown

TCNJ junior Gabriella Son leads #StopAsianHate march in hometown

On Saturday, March 27 over 750 people took to the streets of Fort Lee, New Jersey for a peaceful march to protest the March 16 murders of eight people, including six Asian women, in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. The march, which included remarks from Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, was organized by TCNJ…

Freedom reader: Alumnus Larry Abrams wins MLK award for getting books into kids’ hands.

Freedom reader: Alumnus Larry Abrams wins MLK award for getting books into kids’ hands.

“Why shouldn’t every kid in America have books?” That question tugged at Larry Abrams MAT ’95 as a young teacher in Lindenwold, New Jersey, when he learned that many students in his economically disadvantaged district didn’t have access to books at home. And that question became his motivation with BookSmiles, a labor of love —…

Center for Future Educators names Jeanne DelColle director

Center for Future Educators names Jeanne DelColle director

The Center for Future Educators at TCNJ announced today that Jeanne DelColle has been appointed as its director. DelColle is an award-winning social studies teacher who has collected numerous accolades during her 25-year career including NJ Council for the Humanities Teacher of the Year, NJ History Teacher of the Year, and 2012 NJ State Teacher of the Year. “Working…

Students still MUSE despite coronavirus challenges

Students still MUSE despite coronavirus challenges

For more than a decade, TCNJ’s Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience (MUSE) has given students an invaluable opportunity to conduct research alongside members of the faculty. Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic and limited on-campus engagement this year, the program was a success with 70 students collaborating with 40 faculty members on 46 projects. The…

Environmental sustainability education minor receives national accreditation

Environmental sustainability education minor receives national accreditation

The College of New Jersey’s minor in Environmental Sustainability Education recently received accreditation by the North American Association for Environmental Education. TCNJ’s is the only program in the state to earn this recognition, and is one of few environmental education programs specific to pre-service PreK–12 teachers at the undergraduate level in all of North America.…

TCNJ Literacy Advancement Project partners with Robinowitz Education Center

TCNJ Literacy Advancement Project partners with Robinowitz Education Center

TCNJ’s Literacy Advancement Project and Dyslexia Initiative has kicked off Dyslexia Awareness Month by partnering with the Robinowitz Education Center to broaden services to the community. The partnership will provide scholarship-supported evaluations for children and adults with literacy difficulties, including individuals suspected of having a specific learning disorder such as dyslexia. The free evaluations, offered…

Virtual convocation kicks off fall semester for Class of 2024

Virtual convocation kicks off fall semester for Class of 2024

The members of the Class of 2024 began their college journey during the most unusual circumstances, but their dedication to higher education and their communities shines through in their admissions portfolios. TCNJ President Kathryn Foster officially welcomed this extraordinary group during the college’s virtual convocation ceremony on August 24. Among the interesting facts about the…

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