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Genetics leads bio grad to a Fulbright in Finland

Genetics leads bio grad to a Fulbright in Finland

The threespine stickleback, a shiny little fish with spines on its back and belly, is a darling of evolutionary biologists. That’s because it thrives in the ocean, where its ancestor lived, as well as freshwater. But the story of the fish’s adaptation to different environments also hooked a TCNJ student, who has now won aContinue Reading

TCNJ researchers are headed overseas to present their Big Bang–related research

TCNJ researchers are headed overseas to present their Big Bang–related research

Students Mitchell Revalski and Will Rhodes and physics Professor Thulsi Wickramasinghe have been looking back in space-time for ripples from the Big Bang. Later this month, they’ll share their findings at the San Cugat Forum on Astrophysics in Barcelona, Spain.Continue Reading

TCNJ student-faculty team studies workout efficiency

TCNJ student-faculty team studies workout efficiency

A team of researchers at TCNJ’s Human Performance Lab is using test subjects and science to figure out the most efficient way of getting thinner and stronger. Continue Reading

Art Amongst War

Art Amongst War

College curators design first-of-its-kind exhibitContinue Reading

TCNJ Junior Takes Top Hackathon Prize

TCNJ Junior Takes Top Hackathon Prize

Fun and $1,000 prize draw 105 tech-savvy students to HackTCNJ competition.Continue Reading

EY Audit Lab Opens at School of Business

EY Audit Lab Opens at School of Business

High tech room allows students to gain experience usually only obtained on the job.Continue Reading

Illuminating the invisible in health research and education

Illuminating the invisible in health research and education

Sociologist Lynn Gazley studies how social frameworks affect medical research. Continue Reading

Not your father’s orchestra conductor

Not your father’s orchestra conductor

David Vickerman, TCNJ’s director of bands, is changing people’s perceptions of classical music concerts.Continue Reading

Exhibition of Paintings and Prints by Retiring Art Faculty Member Opens January 29

Exhibition of Paintings and Prints by Retiring Art Faculty Member Opens January 29

A retrospective exhibition of 46 works of art created during the past 15 years is presented on the occasion of Ruane Miller’s retirement as professor of digital art.Continue Reading

TCNJ Communication Studies Department Named Best in the US

TCNJ Communication Studies Department Named Best in the US

The National Communication Association (NCA) has given its Rex Mix Program of Excellence Award to TCNJ.Continue Reading

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