Bo Zilovic, interim STEM division chair, and Donna Vassallo, dean of career education, represented Atlantic Cape’s aviation programs at the Girls in Aviation Day at the Air Station Atlantic City at Atlantic City International Airport, Saturday, April 2.
Hundreds of girls ages 8 to 15 attended the event and were exposed to varied opportunities in the field of aviation.
Our deepest condolences to Tak and Jessie Chung, on the loss of Tak’s father, Kwok Chung of Galloway. He was 65.
Expressions of sympathy can be sent to Tak and Jessie at 317 Elton Lane, Galloway, NJ, 08205.
A viewing will be held at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 16, with funeral services beginning at 10 a.m. at Wimberg Funeral Home, 211 E. Great Creek Road, Galloway.
On April 6, Cape May Campus Security Captain Charles Mettille facilitated a virtual table top exercise provided by FEMA that focused on hurricane response and recovery that the college would need to prepare for if a hurricane interrupted services. Several colleges and private businesses on the East Coast participated.
Participants included: Scott Morgan, Cape May County Office of Emergency Management; Atlantic Cape Public Safety employees Sgt. Rogers, Sgt. Jayne and Sgt. Fernanders; William Keener, public safety and security, Eileen Curristine, human resources; Rob Townsend, facilities; Sandi Grecco and April Wolff, ITS; Shane Ritchie and Kathy Flynn, health services; Dr. Mitchell Levy and Tammy DeFranco, student services; Dorie Keener and August Daquila, business services; and Michael Bruckler, college relations.
Atlantic Cape’s Cross Functional Safe Campus Committee hosted guest presenter Sgt. Joe Guerrier from Hamilton Township Police Department at its April meeting. Guerrier, also Student Resource Officer of Hamilton Township Elementary Schools, presented “Alert, Lock down, Inform, Counter Evacuate, ALICE Training.”
The training is similar to our current active shooter training provided by the college’s public safety department.
ALICE provides advanced securing technics to classrooms or office areas.
Atlantic Cape senior nursing students conducted poster board presentations on various patient-related topics including healthy eating, diabetes education, home care information and responsible social media use, Monday, April 11, in H-building.
In every class, every semester, Susan DePhilippis, ESL, has students exchange cellphone numbers with a peer they’ve met through an icebreaker activity.
DePhilippis says, “It facilitates a sense of community among students from day one, especially with new students. It also keeps everyone up to date if someone is absent.
But, students this semester were even cleverer with their phones, solving one student’s dilemma of having to go to her native home of Colombia for a family need and resulting in missing a week of class.
The student pre-arranged with me to Facetime (video-conference) with a peer during class who positioned his phone for her to see, hear and interact with all that we were doing. So, Atlantic Cape held class in Colombia this semester — I love the power of technology for education and the ingenuity of our students.”
Please share: The Atlantic Cape Community College Communication Program will be accepting donations for “Dress for Success” on or before April 22. Please drop off gently-used professional clothing (for women or men) to Dr. Joy Jones or Professor Keith Forrest before April 22, or drop off clothing during the 9th Annual Communication Awards on April 22 in the Walter Edge Theater of the Mays Landing Campus. Donations of professional clothing will be taken during the reception from 6-7 p.m. The awards show begins at 7 p.m.
Donations may include clothing, shoes and accessories. For more information or to drop-off donations, please contact Dr. Joy Jones at email@example.com.