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

TCNJ team designs a curriculum that teaches schoolchildren about ecology through lessons on contemporary artists

The visual arts are a powerful social force, but K–12 art classes are often presented with a stiff or outdated curriculum.Continue Reading

Communication Studies Professor Gary Woodward’s Article Featured in Times of Trenton

Communication Studies Seniors Gear Up for Exciting Grad Schools and Careers in Health

As the semester winds down and the weather warms up, seniors across campus are seen standing in line to pick up their graduation caps and gowns, finalizing post-graduation party plans, and saying some of their last goodbyes.  Ashley Reed, Maidel De La Cruz, Jordan Kohn, and Kelsey Zinck are among those taking part in theContinue Reading

Communication Studies Alumnus Speaks on How Social Media and Crisis Mapping Are Changing the Field

As part of the School of the Arts and Communication Brown Bag Series, guest speaker Tom Hipper (Communication Studies, 2007) visited the College in the Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, March 21, for “Communication During Disasters: How Social Media and Crisis Mapping Are Changing the Field.” Read more about his talk here.

TCNJ Communication Studies Students Victorious in Human Rights Spring Scholarship

On Saturday, April 12, communication studies students were victorious in presenting refereed papers on coverage of human rights claims at national and state scholars’ conferences. The topics ranged from cross-national coverage of HIV/AIDS (right to access to health care services, in particular emergency medical treatment) and rape and rape culture (right to personal security) toContinue Reading

Despite Conflict and Repression, Creativity: Afghan Visual Scene Is Focus of Exhibition in Ewing

Artworks Trenton to present exhibition of TCNJ student works

An exhibition of new work by advanced art students at The College of New Jersey entitled young galaxy  is being presented at Artworks Trenton from Friday, April 11 to Saturday, May 3, 2014.  young galaxy is a free-wheeling, jostling, exuberant, compelling, and wild collection of fresh works.  As this cohort of advanced visual arts studentsContinue Reading

TCNJ’s Choirs to take part in Third Annual Hand-in-Hand Concert on March 26

The College of New Jersey Department of Music is pleased to announce that TCNJ’s Choirs will once again be performing in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall as part of the third annual Project Hand-in-Hand concert. The choirs, led by Dr. John P. Leonard, along with 90 high school students from the earthquakeContinue Reading

TCNJ curators design first-of-its-kind exhibit

College curators design first-of-its-kind exhibitContinue Reading