In the News — Nov. 24, 2015

newspaperThe college was mentioned in this article from ShoreNewsToday.com about a current student, Mark Gabriel, being one of the state’s youngest elected officials.

The vegan dinner hosted at the Academy of Culinary Arts was listed here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Dr. Otto Hernandez, vice president of academic affairs, spoke about STEM and aviation programs being offered at Atlantic Cape in this ShoreNewsToday.com article.

The college was mentioned in this NJ.com article about a current student who was part of the NJ-STEP program. 

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president of planning, research, facilities & executive support, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about being “seasonally adjusted.”

The college was referenced in this article from The Press of Atlantic City about Rowan University offering a 3-year degree.

The college was mentioned in this NJ.com article about making college more affordable to all residents.

The recent dual-admission agreement between Stockton and the college was featured here by SNJToday, here by Philly.com,  here by NJBiz, and here by The Press of Atlantic City.

The Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Celebration was featured here by The Press of Atlantic City. Bruce Johns, director of culinary operations at the Academy of Culinary Arts, and Kelly McClay, dean, Academy of Culinary Arts, were quoted.

October’s Board of Trustees meeting press release was posted here by the Cape May County Herald.

SNJToday featured the recent food drive for students here.

The “Corresponding Women” exhibit displayed at the art gallery was featured here by The Press of Atlantic City.

Recent wins by the women’s basketball team was featured here by The Press of Atlantic City.

An overview of the Dramatic Writing Seminar that was held at CMCC was posted here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Hunter-Doherty Scholarship information for Cape May County residents was posted here by the Cape May County Herald.

 

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