Archive: Winter 2013

Video: Plays of the Year 2013

Check out the action that made TCNJ’s sports highlight reel this year.

A time to be bold

President R. Barbara Gitenstein discusses the challenges facing TCNJ and shares her plans for the years ahead.

Boston hero

When two bombs exploded during the running of the Boston Marathon last April, David Yasenchock ’89, a lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserve, was called in to coordinate the federal government’s response.

The indefatigable Peggy Lloyd ’35

After the Great Depression erased her tuition fund, Peggy Lloyd worked her way through college. These days, the energetic centenarian keeps busy by working tirelessly in support of her town’s Pops Orchestra and Arts Center.

Looking back: Winter 2013

Lake Ceva doesn’t see many ice-skaters these days, but the scene in this undated photo would have been common in winters past.

Designing for Trenton

IMM students are using technology to empower local nonprofits and facilitate social change.

Powering the future

A new lab on campus is fueling research in smart energy conversion, distribution, and utilization.

Chemistry ranked as one of the nation’s best undergrad programs

The department ranks in the top four percent of programs nationally in graduation of ACS-certified bachelor’s degree chemistry graduates, and is the top producer of ACS-certified bachelor’s degree chemistry graduates in New Jersey.

Bringing light, and life, to East Africa

Professor Marla Jaksch and students in her Gender and Development in Tanzania class delivered and installed solar suitcases to off-grid medical and health facilities.