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Dean’s Letter: Oct. 14, 2014

Tuesday, October 14 Dear Students: I know that our entire community was saddened to hear the news that a TCNJ student took her own life.  If you need someone to talk with in light of this news, please do reach out to someone you trust, perhaps a counselor at CAPS or a close friend or…

TODAY Psychology Lecture from TCNJ Alumna

Fri. Oct. 17 Psychology Lecture Series Dr. Shana Cole (NYU and TCNJ alumna), Title:  “Seeing is for Self-Regulating: Motivated Perceptual Processes Aid Goal Pursuit.”  Location: Science Complex P101 12:30-1:20pm  

Dean’s Letter: Oct. 5, 2014

October 5, 2014  Dear Students: Tomorrow, you’re going to get an e-mail from me with your individual link to the annual HSS student survey. Please take the 15 minutes to fill out the survey and help all our faculty and staff do what we can to make HSS an even better place.  Four students who…

HSS Student to Present at National Eating Disorders Association Conference 2014

Shirley Wang, sophomore psychology major, will be presenting at the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Conference on October 18 in San Antonio, Texas. Shirley’s speech will be about her involvement in encouraging young adults on college campuses to have positive body image. Shirley has been interning for the organization, which is the U.S.’s premier non-profit organization…

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8 Speech for “Justice”

Community Learning Day Keynote Speaker: Wes Moore. Intellectual Theme of 2014-2015: “Justice” Kendall Hall, Main Auditorium, October 8, 2014 12:00-1:20 PM The College of New Jersey Wes Moore is a Rhodes Scholar and an Army combat veteran. As a White House Fellow, he worked as a special assistant to Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State…

Dean’s Letter: Sept. 28, 2014

September 28, 2014 Dear Students: As you may recall, I was in Kazakhstan last week. If you can’t picture it on the map, imagine India and then just keep moving your eyes up north, beyond the Himalayas.  Then keep going.  Kazakhstan is north of India and west of Mongolia. It was a fascinating visit, especially…

’14 Alumna educates in U.S., takes next step in Vanuatu with Peace Corps

Lea Chin, 2014 Sociology graduate, is taking a momentous leap from her U.S. home all the way across the globe to Vanuatu, Oceania. Starting in January, Lea will be involved in a secondary education project for the Peace Corps (P.C.) in Vanuatu, which is one of the most geographically isolated posts. Of course, not all reactions to this…

“Why We Should Not Celebrate NJ’s 350th Birthday”

On Thursday, October 2, Dr. William Carter (History) will be giving a talk called in the NJ 350th Anniversary Lecture Series called: “Why We Should Not Celebrate NJ’s 350th Birthday: Lenapes, Land, and the Legacy of Colonialism.” Time: 5:30 pm Place: Library Auditorium

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