In The News—February 2015

newspaper-154444_1280 communicatorThe college was mentioned in this post from the Galloway Current about a Family Outreach Support Summit.

The members of the 1976-1979 Atlantic Community College women’s basketball team were featured in this story from the Mainland Current.

The college was also mentioned in this column from ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Cape May County Herald and ShoreNewsToday.com shared a release about the college offering a variety of programs for starting or advancing health care careers.

The Cape May County Herald featured the 1st Legislative District Economic Development Task Force meeting where President Dr. Peter L. Mora spoke in this article.

The “Taste of the Gala” cooking demonstration and tasting taking place March 10 was posted here by Jersey Bites.

Atlantic Cape Community College softball player Chelsy Seelman was mentioned here by the Press of Atlantic City, as well as here by the Cape May County Herald.

Chad Parlett, professor of psychology at Atlantic Cape, was quoted in this feature story from The Press of Atlantic City.

Black History Month events being hosted by the college were posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

Sen. Jeff Van Drew was quoted here by The Press of Atlantic City and here by NJ.com regarding transportation issue and students who attend the college.

The college’s scholarship deadline approaching was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

The college’s free career transition workshops that are being offered were posted here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Pre-Chef Grand Prix Student Cooking Competition was featured by 6abc here and in The Press of Atlantic City here.

The college was mentioned in this article from the Egg Harbor Township Current about the Crescenzo Family.

The college was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article about a forum being offered in regards to improving Atlantic County that Atlantic Cape is hosting, as well as here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, authored this column for The Press of Atlantic City.

The college was mentioned in this article from Newsworks.org about Atlantic City.

Atlantic Cape women’s basketball victory against Ocean County College was posted here by The Press of Atlantic City.

The Daily Journal mentioned the Academy of Culinary Arts in this article about a preview party for Atlantic City Restaurant Week.

Atlantic Cape’s information session about NJ Stars was mentioned here by the Ocean City Gazette.

Vendors selling African-American goods during the month of February at the college was featured here by The Press of Atlantic City.

Ethel Leith, valedictorian of the ACA baking and pastry noncredit training program, was featured here by The Middle Township Gazette.

Chris Ranelle, a registered dietitian and assistant professor of allied health at Atlantic Cape, was quoted in this article from The Press of Atlantic City about high-cholesterol foods.

The college was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City story about putting vitality back into Atlantic City’s economy.

The men’s baseball team playing at the Surf Stadium was featured in this Press of Atlantic City article, as well as this piece from ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Middle Township Gazette posted this release about South Jersey Gas customers donating $6,000 to the college, as did The Cape May County Herald here.

A public forum about Atlantic County that was held at the college was featured here by the Press of Atlantic City.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the Jersey Shore economy and job market.

Approved articulation agreements between the college and the county to provide opportunity to students of county Police Academy and Corrections Academy was mentioned in this release posted by The Cape May County Herald.

Keith Forrest, assistant professor of communication, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City feature article about the popular series “House of Cards.”

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