Category Archives: Spring 2008

TCNJ Magazine: Spring 2008 Edition

Today’s Forecast Calls For…

Today’s Forecast Calls For…

umbrellas pictureHeaded to campus? Then be sure to check out Nate Magee’s Web site to see whether or not you’ll need that umbrella. Magee, an assistant professor of physics, recently oversaw the installation of a weather station on the Science Complex roof. The station continuously records a full range of meteorological data that is being used in TCNJ classrooms and is feeding into National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) computers. Continue Reading

From Student to Coauthor

From Student to Coauthor

klug book coverAs a student in Professor Steve Klug’s biology class, Michael A. Palladino ’87 used the first edition of Concepts of Genetics, the seminal text written by his professor. Over the years, the book has been translated into 10 foreign languages. The ninth edition was just published, and Palladino, now a biology professor at Monmouth University, was one of Klug’s coauthors. Continue Reading

New Whitman Book a Product of TCNJ’s Sesquicentennial

New Whitman Book a Product of TCNJ’s Sesquicentennial

whitman book coverWalt Whitman: Where the Future Becomes Present, now available from University of Iowa Press, features 10 essays originally delivered on TCNJ’s campus in 2005 during Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass: The Sesquicentennial Symposium. 
The book was coedited by David Blake, associate professor of English, and Michael Robertson, professor of English, both of whom organized the 2005 event. “The book is a wonderful testament to 
all that TCNJ did for Whitman studies during the sesquicentennial of Leaves of Grass,” said Blake. Continue Reading

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