The TrentonWorks location will serve as a center of learning as well as a stimulus for innovation and economic revitalization.
New Jersey’s Attorney General John Hoffman spoke to over 40 members of the campus and local Trenton communities
TCNJ introduces its new seal, uniting past and present.
High tech room allows students to gain experience usually only obtained on the job.
$100,000 gift will support faculty sabbatical research.
Beverly is the new assistant vice president for student affairs and executive director of athletics and recreation for the College.
Kenner is a scholar and educator with an international reputation as the “mother of neonatology nursing.”
After a national search and a recent campus visit, Amy Hecht will become The College of New Jersey’s vice president for student affairs.
The College welcomes Treby Williams to its Board of Trustees.
John Karsnitz, the longtime chair and professor of technological studies at TCNJ, retired in December 2012. A scholarship fund has been established to honor the visionary educator.