The Stockton Times - 2012

The Stockton Times

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Issue Number Twenty 12/20/12 - Azeez Formalizes Largest Donation in Stockton History, Class of 2012 Graduates, External Affairs Develops Usage Guidelines for Distinctive "S," Michael Cool Retires, MLK Day of Service Needs Project Leaders, Prestigious Writers to Attend 20th Annual Winter Poetry and Prose Getaway

Issue Number Nineteen 12/13/12 - Kramer Hall Dedicated and Gift Commemorated, Professor Zappile Recognized for Using Innovative Foreign Affairs Curriculum, Coach Matthews Celebrates Record-Breaking 515th Win, Instagram Contest, Ugly Sweater Day to Promote Donating to Rescue Mission, Emari DiGiorgio to Speak at Graduation

Issue Number Eighteen 12/6/2012 - Campus Center Receives LEED Gold Certification, Burdick Continues as Director for SCOSA, Luanne Anton Attends Conference with Students, Reynolds New Director of Institute for Faculty Development, Community Engagement

Issue Number Seventeen 11/29/2012 - Stockton Community Responds to "Sandy's" Devastation, Calderwood Helps to Bring Storm Victims to the Dinner Table, Manahawkin Instructional Site Assists Storm Victims, Hurrican Sandy Relief Funds

Issue Number Sixteen 11/15/2012 - Council Honors Lopez, Conran-Folks, Newman, GT Lenard Continues Her Role as Frosh Sem. Coordinator, Stockton Honor Veterans in Special Ceremony, Deb Figart Continues Her Role as Director of SCEFL, Community Engagement, Happy Thanksgiving!

Issue Number Fifteen 11/8/2012 - Stockton Community Weathers the Weather, Sonia Gonsalves Named Director of Academic Assessment, Galantino Shares Healing Methods at HIV Symposium, Gerontology Minor Awarded "Program of Merit" Designation, Master in Social Work Receives Full Accreditation, The Radwanskis New Edition

Issue Number Fourteen 10/25/2012 - Library Learning Commons Enhance Facility, Chirenje Trains For Race, Raises Funds With Latin Dance Night, Building Osprey Nests With Professor Rosky, Stockton Police Recognize Faculty, Wheelchair Rugby Inspires Stockton Community

Issue Number Thirteen 10/18/2012 - N.J. Speaker of the General Assembly Sheila Oliver Tours College, Professor Ogden, Students, Uncovering Art History in Vineland, Ph.D. Student at Stockton To Study Under Russell Manson, Investing in Stockton's Future, Scholarship Established to Honor Memory of Chad Adams

Issue Number Twelve 10/11/2012 - Annual Homecoming Weekend enjoyed by all, Dr. Tom Grites Lead Editor of new book advising transfer students, Professor Surya Shah recognized for outstanding research, Exhibit at Noyes Museum features student work, Stockton Kicks Off Charitable Campaign

Issue Number Eleven 10/4/2012 - Building Our Future: Education Is New Jersey's Best Investment, Professor White Meets Some Criminal Minds, Professor Zappile Attends United Nations Meeting, Service Learning Integral to Get Involved Fair, Freshman Convocation Welcomes Dan Gediman

Issue Number Ten 9/27/2012 - Introducing the Stockton College "S", Book Award Established by Carole LoBue, In Memoriam: Chad Adams, Professor Anna Evans' Poem Finalist in Rattle, Stockton to Host Orangutan Expert Dr. Birute Mary Galdikas, Singers Needed For Holiday Choral Extravaganza

Issue Number Nine 9/20/2012 - Anita Hill Speaks to Stockton Community, Voter Registration Campaign Underway, Stockton Polling Institute Ready to Conduct Research, Robert Wickward Remembered, Officer Stuart Recuperating, Manahawkin Instructional Site Open

Issue Number Eight 9/13/2012 - Stockton Continues To Advance in U.S. News Report Rankings, Dr. Reid-Merritt Champions Fannie Lou Hamer Legacy, Statue, Dr. "Kris" Krishnan Joins Provost Office Staff, Stockton Students Attend National Conventions

Issue Number Seven 9/6/2012 - Dr. Janice Joseph's Financial Gifts Aid Study Abroad, Tuition, Twin Professors Return to Their Roots to Teach, Stockton Set to Open Manahawkin Educational Center, First Stockton Critical Thinking Institute a Success, Safety Training for Event Services/Campus Center Ops.

Issue Number Six 8/30/2012 - Professor Norma Boakes Goes Global With Origami, Kyle Calderwood Gathers Educators For "Unconference," Stockton Holds Emergency Management Preparedness Drill, Frosh Move-In Signals Start of New Semester, Construction Update: Unified Science Center Building, A Big "Thank You" to the Building Maintenance Crew

Issue Number Five 8/23/2012 - Melaku Lakew Goes Global With Book Distribution, Olympian Marina Muncan New Women's Head C.C. Coach, Joseph Lema Meets Maldives V.P., Ambassador, School of Education, Human Resources Move Into New Digs, Economic Impact Fact

Issue Number Four 8/16/2012 - Rita Mulholland and Students Reach Far to Teach Others, Charles West Joins Plant Management Staff, New Legislators to Take Up Residence at Stockton, Economic Impact Fact, Stockton Named Military-Friendly by G.I. Jobs Magazine

Issue Number Three 8/9/2012 - Professor Chirenje Finds Solution to Pollution, Benefit for Nick, Levi Fox guides Tours Through a Delicious History, Council of Black Faculty and Staff Dinner and Dance, J-Wing Renovation Near Completion, Stockton Faculty and Freshmen Believe

Issue Number Two 8/2/2012 - Brian Jackson Appointed to Regional United Way Board of Directors, Dual Degree Program Brings Stockton and ACCC Together, In Memoriam: Kelee Gudzinas, Veteran's Job Fair, Howard Explores New Jersey's Lost Island, Economic Impact Fact

Issue Number One 7/26/2012 - Reva Curry Named as Executive Director of SCCE, O'Donnell Represents Stockton at Student Veteran Advocacy Event in D.C., Anita Hill Keynote Speaker for Constitution Day, Michael Pedicin is Live @ The Loft With His New CD, Alisa Hogan to Serve as Secretary for NJACAC, Anthony Lacovara is Officer of the Year

Issue Number Fifty-Two 7/19/2012 - Dr. Janice Joseph Speaks on Femicide Before United Nations, Charles Ingram New V.P. for Administration and Finance, Glo-bus Winner Driven by Stockton Professor, New Journal to Consist of Students' Work/Projects, Stockton 2020 Proposals Approved

Issue Number Fifty-One 6/14/2012 - Students, Faculty Tour Germany and Poland Holocaust Sites, Stockton Helps Local WWII Vet Tell His Story, Bidding Farewell to Pinto, Moore and Lowenstein, "Salute to Stockton" Kicks Off Its 15th Year In Margate, Manson Has Good Reason To Be Proud of Student

Issue Number Fifty 6/7/2012 - Titanic Victim's Grandson Presents Drawing of Steamship "Richard Stockton" to College, Students Help Absecon Obtain Sustainability, SCOSA Festival Proves We're Never Too Old To Play, This Week in Baby News

Issue Number Forty-Nine 5/31/2012 - Volunteer Master Naturalists Discover Secrets of Campus, Marchetti Receives IRC's Vera King Farris Memorial Award, Physical Therapy Program Re-Accredited With Flying Colors, Stockton Alum Dan McMahon Reaches New Heights

Issue Number Forty-Eight 5/24/2012 - Christine Farina Set to Release New Film, 2020 Steering Committee Proposals Approved, 2010 Valedictorian, William Harron's Daughter, Earns Master's Degree at UNC, What's Happening in K-Wing Circle?, Three New Additions to Stockton Family

Issue Number Forty-Seven 5/17/2012 - J-Wing Renovations Latest Campus Improvements, Kesselman Selected to Attend Leadership Academy, Deb Figart Presents Paper at Columbia University, Professor Situ-Liu's Class Helps to Prevent Local Crime

Issue Number Forty-Six 5/10/2012 - Stockton Conducts Largest Spring Graduation, Faculty Members Honored by Students, Stockton Honors 178 Employees at Annual Breakfast, Professor Shah Partners with Abbott Laboratories, Construction Updates

Issue Number Forty-Five 5/3/2012 - William J. Hughes Collection Formally Dedicated, What's New, Professor Rita Mulholland Leads Grad Students to India, Bubbles for Autism, Steve and Jen Expecting!

Issue Number Forty-Four 4/26/2012 - 32nd Annual Gala Successful, Campaign Exceeds Its Goal, Free to Be Annual Art Show a Huge Success, Mathematical Mayhem Comes to Stockton, Delegation From Chinese City Tours Stockton, Stockton Gets Strong Rating From Moody's

Issue Number Forty-Three 4/19/2012 - Stockton Polling Institute Creates Opportunities for College, Mary Pat Braudis Brings Her Program to the Next Level, 5th Annual DPT "White Coat" Ceremony, Stockton Neighborhood Watch Block Party Successful.

Issue Number Forty-Two 4/12/2012 - Generous Donation Received from Dean and Zoe Pappas, Professor Lisa Cox Guides Students, Seniors Through "Life," Artificial Reef Exploration Takes Stockton Under the Sea, St. Baldrick's Raises Nearly $5,000 For Good Cause.

Issue Number Forty One 4/5/2012 - Library to be Named for Richard Bjork, First President, SCOSA Website Wins People's Choice Award, Mary Ann Trail Named Interim Director of Library, New Osprey Nest Installed at Seaview, Day of Scholarship Great Success.

Issue Number Forty 3/29/2012 - Stockton Employees Build a Habitat During Spring Break, Tracy Baker Researches Wetlands of South Africa, Keenan Named as Dean of School of Education, Masters of Arts in American Studies Program, Photo SJ 2012 Brings Stockton Graduate Back to Campus

Issue Number Thirty Nine 3/22/2012 - High Attendance for Jersey Shore Science Fair at Stockton, Joe Lizza Named to AC Weekly's "Top 40 Under 40," Brian Tyrrell Named as VP of NJTIA, Wellness Day, Meet the Middle States Visiting Team

Issue Number Thirty Eight 3/15/2012 - Hammonton Center on Track for September Classes, Stockton's Recruitment Effort Wins Award, Michael Angulo Joins Office of General Counsel, 2020 Funding Awards, Professor Gandica to Speak at Physics Convention

Issue Number Thirty Seven 3/8/2012 - Night of Entertainment Showcases College Community's Talent, Stockton Participates in Women of Color Conference, Deb Figart Receives Certification, Corrine Wilsey Joins the Hughes Center Staff, Construction Updates

Issue Number Thirty Six 3/1/2012 -  Stockton Launches Public Safety and Security Center Classes, Stockton, Philadelphia University to Offer Combined Degree SCOSA Workshop on Winterization, Saving Money for Seniors, What’s New?, Reimbursement for Cycling Commuters

Issue Number Thirty Five 2/23/2012 - Latourette Named Distinguished Professor of Business Law, CRC Celebrates 25 Years of Work, Physical Therapy Faculty, Students Honored at Convention, What's New?, Charity Auction Benefits United Way and Area Singles

Issue Number Thirty Four 2/16/2012 - Panel Features Stockton's Military Spouses and Veterans, Free to Be Visits Stockton's Police Department, New Campus Carports Provide More Than Just Shade, Professor Copeland Featured in Writing Series, Albano Receives Provost's Award

Issue Number Thirty Three 2/9/2012 - Unified Science Center Construction Ahead of Schedule, Stockton Study Tour Visits UN, Lolita Treadwell Joins External Affairs Staff, Art Gallery Opening, Dawn Hans Featured Speaker for PR Council of Greater A.C., Motivational Speaker J.R. Martinez to Visit Stockton

Issue Number Thirty Two 2/2/2012 - Ambassador Hughes Provides Historic Collection to Center, Black History Month Kicks Off With Flag Raising, Philip Ellmore Voted Onto CASE District II Board, Advising Brown Bag Colloquia This Month, Energy Symposium Takes a Look Back, a Look Forward, John Froonjian Joins Hughes Center Staff

Issue Number Thirty One 1/26/2012 - Historic Exhibit Presented by Professor Sharon Musher, Nancy Hicks to Serve on Literacy Board, Occupational Therapy Program Promotes Worker Safety, Stockton Community Says Goodbye To Larry Hufana

Issue Number Thirty 1/19/2012 - Largest-Ever Day of Service Marks MLK Day at Stockton, Sharon Schulman Honored by Girl Scouts for Leadership, Women's Basketball Coach Fussner Earns His 300th Win, Red Cross Blood Drive Coming to Stockton

Issue Number Twenty Nine 1/12/2012 - Art Gallery Set to Open Featuring Faculty Members' Work, Stockton Hosts Special Olympics Floor Hockey State Championships, The South Jersey Sports Report, Learning Access Program Enjoys New Testing Center

Issue Number Twenty Eight 1/5/2012 - Gerry Matthews Picks Up His 500th Win, Stockton Community Mourns Peter Mercado, HERO Campaign Comes to Campus, David Lester Co-Edits New Book, G. Larry James Statue Project Seeks Donations

Issue Number Twenty Seven 12/22/2011 - 869 Walk in Stockton Fall Graduation Ceremonies, Music in the Air, Joseph Lema Heads to the Maldives on Fulbright Grant, Tree Carving Complete, Construction Updates