Accomplishments-May 30, 2014

Andre Richburg, dean, enrollment management and college relations, was elected president-elect of the New Jersey Association for College Admission Counseling (NJACAC). This position is a three-year commitment, with roles as president-elect, president and immediate past president. NJACAC is composed of secondary school counselors, independent counselors and college representatives who advocate for college access for high school students. Andre has been on the executive board for NJACAC for eight years.

Atlantic Cape professors Turiya Abdur-Raheem, Gerri Black (retired), Rich Russell, Elinor Mattern, Dave Murphy and Mary Yoa read their original work at the Noyes Museum for National Poetry Month.

Faculty read their work in honor of National Poetry Month.

Faculty read their work in honor of National Poetry Month.

Congratulations to CMCC’s Trish Hansen, who earned her AS in Criminal Justice last week. Trish is one of the smiling faces at CMCC’s front desk.

Instructor Lydia Fectau was a co-coordinator of Syracuse University’s “Cripping the Comic Con,” an academic conference on disability and pop culture in April. She also presented two papers: one on the the immortal disabled body and one on comics and suicide. She will also present two papers at Rutgers Camden’s conference “Buffy to Batgirl: Gender in Comics and Pop Culture.” Finally, Lydia is also quoted in the new book “Pop Culture Freaks,” by Dustin Kidd.

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