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Due to the forecast of heavy snow for the region, the College has canceled all classes and closed all administrative offices on Tuesday, January 27.

Posted on January 26th, 2015 at 9:10 pm

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Dean’s Letter: Winter Break 2014-5

Sunday, November 30 Dear Students: I hope you all had a safe and happy Thanksgiving celebration. Here we are:  the final week of classes and my last weekly message of the fall semester. As you approach the challenges that lie ahead — final papers, projects, and exams — I urge you to plan carefully how…Continue Reading

Be a Tutor, Change the World

Be a tutor and you can end the cycle of crime. Requirements? Attend one of the following orientations in Forcina 320: Wed., January 28 at 11 am Thurs., January 29 at 12:30 pm Friday, January 30 at 2 pm Pass a Background check and Clearance Fill out Availability forms Please feel free to e-mail with any…Continue Reading

Welcome and Welcome Back

Welcome and Welcome Back to all our students for the Spring 2015 semester.  Enjoy the first week of classes and keep on the look out for the exciting guest lectures and performances planned for the semester, including Close Readings, Politics Forum, the International Film Festival and our Exploring Economic Justice Series.  Among the special events,…Continue Reading

Winter Break

Students have finished writing their papers and final exams and faculty are busy grading them as our community disperses for the winter break.  We’ll be back in the New Year with information about special events, student awards, and exciting opportunities.  Until then, we wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season.Continue Reading

Congrats to the two winners of the Mary A. Roebling International Travel Award!

Two HSS students have been granted the prestigious Mary A. Roebling International Travel Award, named for influential TCNJ mentor and local philanthropist. Donor Gale Wayman, who was mentored here by Ms. Roebling, gave a generous donation to being the Fund that created this award. The award provides funding for academic study outside of the U.S.…Continue Reading

Two students win “Paul A. Stellhorn Undergraduate Paper” for outstanding N.J. History research

Established in 2004 to honor Paul A. Stellhorn (1947-2001), adistinguished historian and public servant in New Jersey, this award goes to stellar papers written by undergraduate students about New Jersey’s history. The 2014 ceremony took placed on Sat., November 22 at the New Jersey Forum at Kean University where Steven Rodriguez, junior History & Philosophy double major with…Continue Reading

Crossing Borders: HSS Students Present on Feminism, Power and Technology in Puerto Rico

Four HSS students presented at the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) – Feminist Transgressions, November 13-16, 2014 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Aman Gill ’15 and David Sanchez ’16 presented: “Doing Feminist Activism and Research Digitally” “Faculty and students will present together and discuss the possibility of using new digital tools to challenge and transform…Continue Reading

MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Internship Positions

The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce has internship positions for TCNJ students: International Trade Specialist Intern Legislative Research Intern Economic Development Intern Each of these positions requires 10-15 hours per week and each can be a credit-bearing opportunity. After reading the information below about each of these positions, if you have any questions or wish to…Continue Reading

Dean’s Letter: Nov. 23, 2014

November 23 Dear students,With Thanksgiving break approaching, we are entering the final phase of the semester.  No doubt, at this point, you are busy writing papers and preparing for exams.  From one perspective, you face ‘many tasks’ and ‘a lot of work.’  But there is another perspective that I would like you to consider: at…Continue Reading

Hurricane Sandy Photo Exhibit Opens in SSB Atrium

Dr. Elizabeth Borland (Sociology) curated this exhibit based on insight obtained during Summer 2013 undergraduate research program she conducted alongside ’14 Sociology alumna, Jessica Scardino. These four photos and many others of local artists and residents of the Jersey Shore can be found in the hallway of the Social Sciences Building Atrium. The duo took…Continue Reading

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