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Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective

Come out on Friday, April 29, to Social Science 228 for a talk by Jawan Rasikh, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Pennsylvania, on “Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective.” This event is sponsored by the History Department.     Continue Reading

Dr. Diane Bates releases first book, “Superstorm Sandy”

As an environmental sociologist and professor at the College, Dr. Diane Bates has committed her professional career to trying to understand people and how they live and interact with the nonhuman environment. Last fall, Bates released her first book entitled, “Superstorm Sandy: The Inevitable Destruction and Reconstruction of the Jersey Shore” on Rutgers University Press.… Continue Reading

Successful Second Annual Graduate English Symposium

On Saturday, March 26, the English graduate program hosted its second annual student and alumni symposium, centered on the theme of change as inspired by the Cultural and Intellectual Community Program Council (CICPC) annual theme. This event continued last year’s establishment of a forum for current MA students to come together with alumni of the… Continue Reading

Dr. Richard Kamber receives FSP Instructor of the Year Award

Longtime philosophy professor and former Dean of Arts and Sciences at the College, Dr. Richard Kamber was chosen as the first recipient of the Robert Anderson First Seminar Program Instructor of the Year award on Wednesday, March 9. During his nearly 30 years at the College, Kamber has taught an impressive 24 different courses. He… Continue Reading

2010 Grad Michael Kowalczyk Awarded FLENJ Teacher Of The Year

Congratulations to Michael Kowalczyk, a 2010 TCNJ graduate with a self-designed major in Italian, who was honored with the 2016 Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey (FLENJ) Teacher of the Year Award. Kowalczyk has been teaching Italian at Bishop George Ahr High School in Edison, N.J. since September 2012. He has implemented a strong focus on… Continue Reading

Meet the 2015 HSS Academic Excellence Award Winners

Congratulations to the Humanities and Social Sciences students who received the Academic Excellence Award in their respective majors and minors on Friday, October 23. From countless hours of research, lengthy papers, internships, labs and study abroad programs, these students do it all!         Photos by Sarah Ratner Post by Kimberly Ilkowski Continue Reading

Dr. Lynn Gazley and interdisciplinary team win major NSF grant

Earlier this month, the National Science Foundation awarded sociology professor Lynn Gazley and her interdisciplinary team a major grant for their proposal, “FIRSTS (Foundation for Increasing and Retaining STEM Students) Program: A bridge program to study the sociological development of science identities.” In conjunction with professors in the sciences, including Sudhir Nayak (biology), Benny Chan… Continue Reading

Karen Dubrule wins 2015 Helen Shaw Staff Excellence Award

Congratulations to Karen Dubrule (center), program assistant in sociology and anthropology, for being amongst the winners of the 2015 Helen Shaw Staff Excellence and Special Achievement Award! Other winners include, Angela Lauer Chong, AVP and Dean of Students; Jack Fehn, committee convener; and Alexander Novak, crew supervisor in the electrical shop. Photo courtesy of TCNJ Continue Reading