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Professor Jodi Weinstein publishes book: Empire and Identity in Guizhou: Local Resistance to Qing

Professor Jodi Weinstein publishes book: Empire and Identity in Guizhou: Local Resistance to Qing

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TCNJ’s Kappa Delta Pi chapter wins ACE Award

TCNJ’s Kappa Delta Pi chapter wins ACE Award

TCNJ’s Gamma Zeta Chapter revieves the Academic Chapter Excellence AwardContinue Reading

Amy Hecht appointed VP for Student Affairs

Amy Hecht appointed VP for Student Affairs

After a national search and a recent campus visit, Amy Hecht will become The College of New Jersey’s vice president for student affairs. Continue Reading

TCNJ health communication interns study South Africa’s use of entertainment to fight AIDS and gender-based violence

TCNJ health communication interns study South Africa’s use of entertainment to fight AIDS and gender-based violence

Students explore the country’s anti-AIDS campaign with a new faculty-led health communication internship.Continue Reading

TCNJ student addresses international public health experts at Paris symposium

TCNJ student addresses international public health experts at Paris symposium

Medical Sociology studies deepen senior Jigna Rao’s TB patient advocacy work.Continue Reading

Education professor inducted into prestigious fellowship

Education professor inducted into prestigious fellowship

Blythe Hinitz, professor of elementary and early childhood education, will join the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) international education honor society.Continue Reading

TCNJ welcomes new trustee

TCNJ welcomes new trustee

The College welcomes Treby Williams to its Board of Trustees.Continue Reading

Sorority advisor receives top honors from National Panhellenic Conference

Sorority advisor receives top honors from National Panhellenic Conference

Dave Conner named Outstanding Panhellenic Advisor.Continue Reading

Trenton Violence Reduction Strategy

Trenton Violence Reduction Strategy

Young people in Trenton will soon have an opportunity to get out of gang culture and into job training programs, thanks to the efforts of an interdisciplinary team from The College of New Jersey and colleagues at the Trenton Police Department and Rutgers University-Camden. The Attorney General’s Office will provide $1.1 million.Continue Reading

Change agent: Gautam Prasad ’98, MD, PhD

Change agent: Gautam Prasad ’98, MD, PhD

A revolution is afoot in the field of cancer care. Spurred by new insights into the genetic basis of tumors, scientists are pursuing ever-more-precise therapies to block their growth at the molecular level, engendering hopes that even the most complex and aggressive malignancies may one day yield to treatment.

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