Friday, Oct. 5, 2018



Fall Career and Internship Fair
Some of the employers meeting with Stockton students during Stockton’s fall Career and Internship Fair on Oct 4, were once Ospreys themselves. A common piece of advice they shared is to gain as much internship and work experience as possible while in college.

Stockton Poll Shows U.S. Senate Race in Dead Heat
The race for a U.S. Senate seat in New Jersey is a statistical dead heat, with incumbent Democrat Bob Menendez leading Republican challenger Bob Hugin by two percentage points, according to a Stockton University poll released on Oct. 1.

Make a Wave of Impact Together!
Faculty and staff were asked to “Make a Wave” on Oct. 4 at the annual Stockton New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign (NJECC) Kickoff Breakfast in the Campus Center Event Room.

Last year, Stockton set the standard for all of the other public institutions of higher education, raising $60,467. This year’s goal is to raise $61,676. There are more than 1,100 charities you can choose to support. The statewide campaign runs through Dec. 31. Every week, all Stockton employees who have donated through the campaign will be put into a drawing for a sweepstakes prize.

If you plan to make a gift through payroll deduction, you can register and donate through the NJECC online giving portal or fill out a paper pledge form. If you plan to make a one-time donation, please fill out a paper pledge form. Email or stop by Human Resources (J115) to request a paper pledge form.

This year’s committee includes Christy Cunningham (chairperson), associate director for training & organizational development; Tom Chester, assistant vice president for Human Resource Operations & payroll; Ayisha Lee, professional services specialist; Alex Marino, director of operations Atlantic City Campus; Nicole Milan-Tyner, assistant professor - visiting, School of Health Sciences; Yubi Pena, secretarial assistant; Meaghan Resta, director of publications & special projects; Tom Roth, bursar; Lolita Treadwell, deputy chief of staff; and Sharon Stubbs, program assistant.


Take a Shuttle
Shuttle serviceis now offered seven days a week to and from Stockton University Atlantic City. Both the Galloway campus and Stockton Atlantic City provide free transportation for faculty, students and staff with their Stockton ID.


Jaime Lyn Angelini Receives Health Sciences Leadership Award
Alumna Jaime Lyn Angelini was awarded the Stockton University School of Health Sciences 2018 Leadership Award for her contributions to health care and the health sciences.


Pride Alliance Raises Rainbow Flag for LGBT History Month
The Stockton Pride Alliance celebrated the beginning of LGBT History Month on Oct. 1 with the raising of the rainbow flag at the Arts and Sciences building circle.


Facebook: #StocktonSavesLives Active Minds and the Suicide Prevention Team at Stockton University has for the first time ever screened 1,001 students for depression and suicide.

Instagram: The SPACES Multicultural Reception welcomed more than 200 students, faculty and staff.

Facebook: #HispanicHeritageMonth: "I am a Proud Dominican," said Carolina Paula, a Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies major. "My favorite Latinx tradition would have to be our dancing. I love to dance Tipico, Bachata and Palo. I wouldn’t have my pride if I didn’t know how to dance. I embrace my culture by embracing my family and our beliefs. I make sure to speak my native tongue in order to keep me fluent. I cook all of the dishes that I hold dear to my heart!" 


2018 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The 2018 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is now available on the Clery page of the Stockton University website.

Financial Aid
Do you have students who are looking for financial aid assistance? The Office of Financial Aid is hosting “FAFSA Fridays” every Friday starting October 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the E Wing library to assist students with the financial aid process. Follow the Office of Financial Aid at Stockton University on Facebook and @stocktonfinaid on Twitter and Instagram for the latest financial aid updates, tips and tricks, and more!


Oct. 2-Nov. 29Unidos 2018 Fall Lecture Series

Thursdays this fall (through Nov. 1) - Farmer’s Market, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., D/F Wing Plaza/Circle

Thursday, Oct. 4-Sunday, Oct. 7University Weekend 2018

Tuesday, Oct. 9Fannie Lou Hamer Human and Civil Rights Symposium featuring Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver

Wednesday, Oct. 102018 Congressional 2nd District Debate

Sunday, Oct. 14Open House

Saturday, Oct. 20 – Stockton Coast Day

Friday, Nov. 9Council of Black Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner