Events

Upcoming SOBL-related Events - Spring 2021

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January

17th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

  • Saturday, January 30th, 9:30am
  • Galloway and Atlantic City Campuses

 

February

 

Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA) - Older Adult Education, Socialization and Recreation Events

  • Several events scheduled throughout the month

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Stockton Institute for Lifelong Learning (SILL) - Music of African Americans

Presenter: Beverly Vaughn, Professor of Music and Africana Studies

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Globalization Lecture Series - Cultural Nuances of Loss and Grief under Pandemic and Disasters: Implications to Philippine Social Work Practice

  • Thursday, February 11th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Speaker: Guia Calicdan-Apostle, Associate Professor of Social Work

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Childhood Application Seminar Series (CASS) - The Legalization of Marijuana and the Implications for Child Welfare and Other Unconventional Paths to Working with Children

  • Tuesday, February 16th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (password: 062871)

Speaker: Dawn Konrady, Director, Child Welfare Education Institute (CWEI)

Presented by the Childhood Studies Minor

Criminal Justice Career Series - Women in Law Enforcement

  • Tuesday, February 23rd, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Alumni Speakers:

  • Cat Marino (BA/MA) - Madison PD (Wisconsin)
  • Ashley Kumar (BA) - Arlington County PD (Virginia)
  • Nicole Pinkham (BA) - New Orleans PD (Louisiana)
  • Nancy DiPalma (BA) - U.S. Supreme Court PD (Washington, DC)

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(CANCELLED) Globalization Lecture Series - Supreme Court Case Involving Puerto Rico's Colonial Status

  • Thursday, February 25th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Speaker: Arleen Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Criminal Law

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March

 

Stockton Institute for Lifelong Learning (SILL) - Think Humanities, Act Creatively: An Environmental Humanities Overview

Presenter: Kristin J. Jacobson, Professor of American Literature, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, and American Studies

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Psychology Speaker Series: Race, Ethnicity & Diversity - Examining the origins of racism from a developmental perspective

  • Wednesday, March 3, 4:00-5:00pm
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Presenter: Helana Girgis, Assistant Professor of Psychology

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Stockton Institute for Lifelong Learning (SILL) - Optimal Brain Wellness: Current Research and Practical Strategies

Presenter: Christine Gayda-Chelder, Assistant Professor of Psychology

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What's the Difference? An Examination of Counseling Professions

Presented by the Psychology Program

Panelists include Elyssa Smith and Terrilyn Battle, both Assistant Professors in the MA Counseling program, among others.

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Globalization Lecture Series - The Future of International Education: What We Have Learned From COVID

  • Thursday, March 11th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Speaker: JY Zhou, Director, Office of Global Engagement & Senior International Officer

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Continuing the Conversation: Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism - "This Moment: Confronting America's Legacy of Social and Racial Injustice"

  • Tuesday, March 23rd, 12:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (passcode: 335971)

Presented by the Africana Studies Program

Speaker: Patricia Reid-Merritt, Distinguished Professor of Africana Studies and Social Work

Childhood Application Seminar Series (CASS) - Two presentations followed by Q & A

  • Tuesday, March 23rd, 4:00-5:00pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (passcode: 412149)

Presentations by doctoral candidates at the Childhood Studies graduate program at Rutgers University-Camden:

  • Michelle Storrod will present on Ecological Ruptures & Strain: Girls, Juvenile Justice and Phone Removal
  • Mary Mitsdarffer will present on The Impacts of Federal and State Immigration Enforcement Polices on Latinx English Language Arts Achievement

Cannabis Legalization in New Jersey: Lessons in Legalization from Other States

Co-sponsored by the Stockton American Democracy Project/Political Engagement Project and the Cannabis Studies Minor

Speaker: Dr. John Hudak, Deputy Director of the Center for Effective Public Management and a senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution

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Globalization Lecture Series - Hindu Nationalism in India, COVID19 Pandemic & the Systematic Disenfranchisement of Minorities

  • Thursday, March 25th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Speaker: Manish Madan, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

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Suicide Awareness Event - Virtual Screening of the Documentary, My Ascension (followed by Q&A panel and discussion)

  • Saturday, March 27th, 6pm
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Sponsoredy by Stockton's Master of Social Work Alliance and Active Minds

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April

 

Globalization Lecture Series - Protests around the Globe: Why, When, and How People Protest

  • Thursday, April 1st, 4:30pm
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Speaker: Nusret Sahin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

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Global Literacy Talks - W.H.O. and the Pandemic

Hosted by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), in partnership with The New York Times and World101

Criminal Justice Career Series - Environmental Law Enforcement

  • Tuesday, April 6th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here

Guest Speakers:

  • SSA Dorothy Manera, US Fish and Wildlife, Vineland, NJ
  • Lt. William Brennan, Chief Petty Officer, USCG Reserves
  • Representative from the NJ State Police, Marine Bureau

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Childhood Studies Speaker Series - A Conversation about William Frantz Public School

Speaker: Meg White, Associate Professor of Education, and co-author of William Frantz Public School: A Story of Race, Resistance, Resiliency, and Recovery in New Orleans

Stockton Institute for Lifelong Learning (SILL) - Reading Poems: Celebrating Spring and the Natural World

Speaker: Nancy Reddy, Assistant Professor of Writing and First-year Studies

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Psychology Speaker Series: Race, Ethnicity & Diversity -Transformational Differences in America by African American Psychologists from Arkansas

  • Thursday, April 8th, 2:30-3:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (passcode: 874657)

Speaker: Dr. Patricia Griffen, Clinical Psychologist

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Globalization Lecture Series - Displaced Population Around the World After COVID

  • Thursday, April 8th, 4:30pm
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Speaker: Elma Kaiser, Assistant Professor of Social Work

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Recruiting Session - United States Drug Enforcement Administration

  • Thursday, April 8th, 4:30pm
  • Virtual - Join Here

Recruiter: Special Agent Anthony Jennings

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Globalization Lecture Series - Cultural and Literacy Dialogues Between Asia and Latin America

  • Tuesday, April 13th, 12:30pm
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Speaker: Gorica Majstorovic, Professor of Spanish

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Criminal Justice Lecture Series - Becoming First

Speaker: Colonel Melissa A. Zebley, Superintendent of the Delaware State Police

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Grant-Seeking Panel: Meet the Experts

Hosted by the Stockton University Foundation and moderated by Jennifer Kosakowski, Executive Director of Development/Corporate and Foundation Relations

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Psychology Speaker Series: Race, Ethnicity & Diversity - The roles of working memory, stereotype threat, and academic attitudes in student learning and achievement

  • Tuesday, April 20th, 2:30-3:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (passcode: 908346)

Speaker: Dr. Latasha Holden, Provost's Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology at Florida State University

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Political Science Spring Celebration (virtual)

  • Tuesday, April 20th, 4:30-5:45pm
  • Zoom link will be sent to invitees

Political Science faculty will recognize Political Science majors and minors, induct new Pi Sigma Alpha members, and announce the awardees for the Alan Arcuri Pre-Law Scholarships

Global Literacy Talks - Climate Change on Earth Day

Hosted by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), in partnership with The New York Times and World101

Unity Day 2021 - Pre-conference on Unity of Religions and Spirituality: Do Religion and Spirituality Matter in the "New Normal"?

Featured Speaker: Kevin Locke “Tokaheya Inajin” - International Hoop Dancer, Educator, Traditional Storyteller from Lakota and Anishnabe Indigenous Tribes

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Childhood Application Seminar Series (CASS) - two research presentations from doctoral candidates at the Childhood Studies graduate program at Rutgers University-Camden

  • Thursday, April 22nd, 4:30-5:30pm
  • Zoom - Join Here (passcode: 598614)

Presenters:

  • Diana Carolina Garcia Gomez will present on CULTIVATING HOPE: Children’s and Youth’s participation in collective memory processes in post-accord Colombia
  • Smruthi Bala Kannan will present on ‘Clean Bodies in School: An ethnographic study of sanitation and hygiene discourses in Tamil Nadu, India’ 

Globalization Lecture Series - Environmental Issue in the New Normal: New Administration, Same Pandemic

  • Thursday, April 22nd, 4:30pm
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Speaker: Tait Chirenje, Professor of Environmental Science / Sustainability

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Globalization Lecture Series - Representation of Gender in Edward Albee's Drama

  • Thursday, April 29th, 4:30pm
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Speaker: Inga Zhghenti, Fulbright Scholar

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May