Rosanne Weiss, senior adjunct of Information Systems and Aviation Studies, served as a judge at the first annual programming contest sponsored by the South Jersey Chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association. Nearly 100 high school students from Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Ocean and Monmouth counties competed for prizes and certificates March 18 at Stockton University. The students worked in teams to solve eight challenges, which were scored by a group of judges made up of college professors and students. Rosanne represented Atlantic Cape at this contest.
Keith Forrest, associate professor of communication, presented the paper, “When Fiction and Non-Fiction Collide: Using the Intersection between Journalism and Creative Writing to Help Students Get Published,” at the Transitions and Transactions III Conference at the Borough of Manhattan Community College.