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Johnson and Johnson Career Day: Wed, Feb 25

johnson-and-johnson-law-suitThis Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Johnson and Johnson will be represented on campus for Johnson and Johnson Day. The format for their day is to host two table sessions in academic buildings. The format will follow:
     9:00am – 10:00am | Social Science Bldg, Science Complex, and School of Business
     3:30pm – 4:30pm   | Social Science Bldg, Science Complex, and School of Business
They will be passing out information to students, informing them about available co-op positions, and providing coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and cookies at both times.

Dr. Thomas Healy’s Lecture “The Justice Who Changed His Mind”: Tues, Feb 24

WHAT and WHO? “The Justice Who Changed His Mind: Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Story Behind Abrams v. United States,” by Dr. Thomas Healy of Seton Hall University WHERE? Library Auditorium WHEN? Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 12:30 to 1:30 pm WHY? Tao Dumas, Assistant Professor of Political Science is teaching a course this semester that has direct relationship to…Continue Reading

English M.A. Graduate Symposium: Poetic Justice, Sat., Feb., 21

English MA Graduate Symposium: Poetic Justice WHEN? Saturday, February 21, 2015 8:30AM-4:30PM WHERE? Business Lounge, The College of New Jersey Sponsored by: Office of the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of English, English MA Graduate Program, Women’s and Gender Studies Graduate Certificate Program The principal aim of this event is to further engender…Continue Reading

Happy and Smart Students (And Faculty!): Brittany Saxton

  See this story in its bite-size version on our Instagram and Facebook. “What’s your greatest accomplishment?”  “I think probably connecting with people.” “Do you have one specific moment you remember above others?” “I think especially being involved on campus you get to know a lot of different kinds of people. And I think being extremely…Continue Reading

Happy and Smart Students (And Faculty!): Dr. Miriam Shakow

  See this story in its bite-size version on our Instagram and Facebook. “Why are you pursuing this career?” “When I was younger, I suppose in middle school or maybe even younger, I was really interested in meeting different kinds of people. I did a foreign exchange in high school and I had wanted to go to Latin America…Continue Reading

REGISTER For the First Annual D.C. Networking Trip!

Details below if you wish to be a part of TCNJ’s first D.C. Networking Trip! DC CAREER DAY OVERVIEW: Wed., March 4 beginning at 5:30 AM (the bus will leave exactly at this time!) The registration link is This all day program, to be held in D.C. on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, is an exciting opportunity to…Continue Reading

TCNJ’s Official Women’s History and Archival Tour of London, Winter 2015

During the Winter 2015 semester, Dr. Ann-Marie Nicolosi (History) led a group of students on a tour through London rightfully named  “Documenting Women’s History: Comparing the US and British Suffrage Movements.” Cecilia Colbeth, program coordinator for the WGS department, joined and this course even teamed up with a British Theatre and Literature course led by two English…Continue Reading

Student to Attend Global Summit and Assist North Korean Refugees in South Korea

Mi-Yeon Park, by Jaryd Frankel 2015 Congratulations to sophomore International Studies (I.S.) major and W.I.L.L. student, Mi-Yeon Park, who has received an invitation to  participate in the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) in March 2015 at the University of Coral Global in Miami, Florida. According to our I.S. chair, Dr. Matthew Bender, “CGI U…Continue Reading

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