Archive: November 2008

Student Volunteers Honored by Governor Corzine

A team of Bonner Community Scholars from The College of New Jersey was honored by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection on Thursday, December 4, 2008, at a reception at the governor’s mansion in Princeton.

Communication Studies Students Continue Winning Streak at Annual Conference, Win National Office, Set Records for Student Papers

Communication studies students from The College of New Jersey continued their tradition of setting national records at the annual conference of the National Communication Association (NCA) November 20-24 in San Diego, CA.

Poverty Simulation Helps Interfaith Service Group Better Understand the Problems Faced by the Poor and Hungry

A group comprising TCNJ students from different faiths and denominations took part in
The Community Action Poverty Simulation run by the Trenton-based organization Crisis Ministry at Princeton University.

Alumni Award Nominations Sought

The Alumni Association is soliciting nominations for the 2009 Alumni Awards, which will be formally presented as part of Reunion Weekend, May 1–3, 2009. Read on to find out how to nominate someone.

Rebuilding Patients’ Minds and Bodies

As a teenager heading off to college more than two decades ago, Ellen Deibert ’85 could not have predicted that she would one day be on the leading edge of any medical field, much less be counted a specialist in the complexities of brain trauma.

Homecoming 2008 Video Highlights

Video highlights from Homecoming 2008, which took place on October 17-18.

Homecoming 2008 Photo Gallery

Re-live moments from TCNJ’s 2008 Homecoming festivities, held October 18, 2008.

TCNJ Student Swims in Summer Olympics

Gilbert Kaburu, a student in TCNJ’s Graduate Global Programs at the Johannesburg, South Africa, site, represented his home country of Uganda in the 2008 Summer Olympics, competing in the 50 meter-freestyle event.

Engineering Students Help Bring Life to Poverty-Stricken Village in Thailand

Students from TCNJ’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) traveled to Thailand this past summer as part of a multi-group effort to build houses and bring fresh water to an area beset with extreme poverty.