In The News–Jan. 13, 2017

newspaperThe Press of Atlantic City featured Stockton and Atlantic Cape signing a partnership for Atlantic City campuses here.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted about the college and SUNY Maritime College recently signing four articulation agreements that will enable students who complete an associate degree at Atlantic Cape to progress seamlessly toward a bachelor’s degree at SUNY here.

The Press of Atlantic City featured Atlantic Cape students being able to get dual enrollment at Thomas Edison State College here, and here by NJ.com.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about the Dec. 20 Board of Trustees meeting.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about the college’s 11-day winter term.

SNJ Today posted here about the college seeking nominees for the President’s Distinguished Alumni Award, as did ShoreNewsToday.com here.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about the college being recognized by the Southern New Jersey Development Council for marking its 50th anniversary.

The Press of Atlantic City did a feature on a new aviation academy at the college for Atlantic County Institute of Technology students.

Club 50 workshops being offered by the college were featured here by The Cape May Herald Newspaper, and here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Press of Atlantic City  featured Atlantic Cape’s Miles Carter being named the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III Men’s Basketball Player of the Week in December, as did The Cape May County Herald here.

The Press of Atlantic City did a feature on the college’s Financial Aid Workshops here.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about Lynda Phommathep of Mays Landing being named the 2017 Employee of the Year.

The Press of Atlantic City did a feature on the Academy of Culinary Arts graduating 31 new chefs during its December ceremony, as did ShoreNewsToday.com here.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about the college and United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May partnering to provide educational opportunities to service personnel, as did ShoreNewsToday.com here.

The Press of Atlantic City did an exit interview with Dr. Peter Mora that was published here.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, interim president, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about how much Atlantic City’s casino industry is worth now.

The college was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com article about the Atlantic County Special Services School District.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about time running out to register for spring classes at the Academy of Culinary Arts.

The Cape May Herald Newspaper posted here about the Academy of Culinary Arts offering new short-term training.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about the March 23 Atlantic Cape Community College “Golden Gala.”

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about the college’s current art exhibit, “Food as Art,” and The Press of Atlantic City published a feature here.

Richard Benner, professor of philosophy and religion, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City feature about religious holidays.

The college’s participation in #GivingTuesday was posted here by the Route 40 News Blog.

Jim Eberwine, meteorological instructor, was quoted in this Philly.com article about recent sonic booms.

The college was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City “Their View” piece about reinventing the economic landscape of Atlantic County.

The college was mentioned in this newsworks.org article about drones.

 


Dr. Barbara Gaba Named Atlantic Cape’s Next President

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Dr. Barbara Gaba

The Princeton Patch feature

TapInto.net feature

SNJ Today feature

Press of Atlantic City feature

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