Archive: March 2009

Professor’s New Book Examines What Happens “When Boys Become Parents”

In his new and insightful book, When Boys Become Parents, Mark S. Kiselica, professor of counselor education, draws on his many years of counseling teenage fathers to offer a compassionate look at the difficult life circumstances and the complicated hardships these young men experience. He dispels many of the myths surrounding teenage fatherhood and shows that, contrary to popular belief, these young men are often emotionally and physically involved in relationships with their partner and their child.

TCNJ Alumnae Honored in Conjunction with National Girls and Women in Sport Day

Professor Emerita Lilyan Wright and former swimming standout Ava Kiss ’08 were among the honorees at February’s National Girls and Women in Sport Day.

TCNJ’s ROTC Cadets Meet with Admiral Michael Mullen

Six Army ROTC cadets from TCNJ, along with fellow cadets in Princeton University’s Tiger Battalion, had the rare and unique opportunity to meet with the highest-ranking officer in America, U.S. Navy Admiral Michael Mullen.

NJAV Project is a Success thanks to Student-Alumni Collaboration

The NJAV project is a senior engineering project that began in 2004 at TCNJ, in which a team of engineering students creates an autonomous vehicle to compete in the annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC). Rather than starting from scratch each year, TCNJ engineering students improve upon the previous team’s vehicle.

TCNJ named to Presidential Honor Roll for Community Service

The Corporation for National and Community Service honored The College of New Jersey today with a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts and service to America’s communities.