Here are photo highlights from University spring events, including the Student Involvement Awards pictured above.
The 10th anniversary G. Larry James Legacy Bike Ride
on June 2 registered 160 participants. The annual event is held in memory of 1968
Olympic gold medalist G. Larry James, who was a longtime staff member at Stockton.
This year’s ride raised more than $25,000, bringing the total raised in 10 years to
about $180,000. View more photos
The Graduate Research Symposium
on April 27 featured 41 presentations from different disciplines. From the use of
mindfulness meditation to lower blood pressure to “Challenges Facing South Jersey
Historical Preservation,” students represented their research and celebrated their
graduate school journey with the Stockton community. View more photos
More than 700 people supported Stockton’s 38th Annual Scholarship Gala
at Borgata Hotel Casino on April 28, which along with sponsorships and donations,
raised over $500,000. “Our guiding principle is ‘students first,’ ” said Kesselman,
president of Stockton University. “That is why you are here. Every scholarship makes
it easier for our students to succeed.” View more photos
The School of Health Sciences hosted the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Pinning Ceremony
for 30 graduating students on May 10. “You are going to have a front row seat to
some of the most intimate and impactful aspects of people’s lives,” said Coleen Rossi,
RN, MBA, CCM and keynote speaker for the ceremony. “Don’t take it for granted.” View more photos
Stockton welcomed Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic
, His Excellency Haris Lalacos, on April 16 for a reception hosted by the Dean C.
and Zoe S. Pappas Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies. Student veterans
presented Lalacos, who is also a veteran, with a poster of the Student Veterans Organization
logo made up of hundreds of small pictures from their 12-day study tour to Greece.
View more photos
The annual spring Career and Internship Fair
on April 3 welcomed hiring employers, such as casinos, hotels, social service agencies,
law enforcement and heath care businesses and agencies, to meet and greet with Stockton
students seeking jobs. View more photos
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