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TCNJ is Praised for Successful Undergraduate Research Program

TCNJ is Praised for Successful Undergraduate Research Program

The College of New Jersey was recently recognized for a unique academic curriculum that puts a central focus on undergraduate research. Here’s a sneak peek at the article published by Inside Higher Education: Lots of faculty members outside research universities say that teaching a full course load takes up most of their time, service obligations

“Exploring Economic Justice,” this semester’s inter-disciplinary forum series

“Exploring Economic Justice,” this semester’s inter-disciplinary forum series

Co-organized by Dr. John Sisko (Philosophy) and Dr. Nicholas Toloudis (Political Science), the “Exploring Economic Justice” Series includes a diverse array of lecturers and topics that will span across the Fall 2014 semester. The team also co-wrote a grant request to the New Jersey Council of the Humanities and with these funds have been able

English professor publishes novel, receives rave reviews in New York Times

English professor publishes novel, receives rave reviews in New York Times

All of us at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences are thrilled to hear the news that one of our own has been reviewed in the ever-respected New York Times. In his recent dystopic, futuristic fiction novel called “Your Face in Mine,” Associate English Professor Jess Row engages with the thorny subject of race in a

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Where is this globetrotting grad’s next stop?

Accomplishments

HSS Student to Present at National Eating Disorders Association Conference 2014

HSS Student to Present at National Eating Disorders Association Conference 2014

Shirley Wang, sophomore psychology major, will be presenting at the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Conference on October 18 in San Antonio, Texas. Shirley’s speech will be about her involvement in encouraging young adults on college campuses to have positive body image. Shirley has been interning for the organization, which is the U.S.’s premier non-profit organization

’14 Alumna educates in U.S., takes next step in Vanuatu with Peace Corps

’14 Alumna educates in U.S., takes next step in Vanuatu with Peace Corps

Lea Chin, 2014 Sociology graduate, is taking a momentous leap from her U.S. home all the way across the globe to Vanuatu, Oceania. Starting in January, Lea will be involved in a secondary education project for the Peace Corps (P.C.) in Vanuatu, which is one of the most geographically isolated posts. Of course, not all reactions to this

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