In The News – June 1, 2017

newspaperThe SJ Beer, Food & Music Festival was featured here by Patch.com, here by the Press of Atlantic City, here by ShoreNewsToday.com, here by the Courier Post and here by the Burlington County Times.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the Phi Theta Kappa Day Celebration on May 4.

Dr. Barbara Gaba being named the college’s ninth president was posted here by Inside Higher Ed.

SNJToday’s coverage of the college’s Cape May County Campus Earth Day celebration was featured here.

ShoreNewsToday.com featured the college presenting “Little Women” here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college offering hands-on FAFSA information sessions.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about Keith Forrest being named the college’s Faculty Member of the Year.

The Cape May County Herald posted about the the Sigma Kappa Delta induction here, and ShoreNewsToday.com posted here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college honoring six recipients with the President’s Distinguished Alumni Awards.

Rodney Velardi, coach of the college’s baseball team, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about Surf Stadium.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted about WorkAC, a new initiative between the the college’s Workforce Development Department, the Atlantic County Workforce Development Board and the Greater Atlantic City Chamber, here.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted about the Academy of Culinary Arts hosting an open house here.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president, Planning, Research and Facilities and dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about Carl Icahn acquiring the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president, Planning, Research and Facilities and dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about Cape May County tourism.

Michael Forest, counselor at the college, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the black male retention crisis.

The college was mentioned in this Rutgers-Camden feature about a mother who attended the college and her son that currently is a student.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the April 25 Board of Trustees meeting.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president, Planning, Research and Facilities and dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the new Wal-Mart opening.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this “The Dish” Column from the Burlington County Times.

ShoreNewsToday.com featured the Academy of Culinary Arts Iron Student Chef Competition here.

The college was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com article about scholarships for veterans.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com feature about Gregory’s in Somers Point.

ShoreNewsToday.com featured the recent Atlantic Cape inductees into Phi Theta Kappa here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the May 23 Board of Trustees meeting.

The college was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com feature about six women being inducted into Soroptimist International of Cape May County.

The college was mentioned in this NJ.com feature about a mother and daughter graduating from New Jersey City University.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this Burlington County Times feature about a graduate taking on the role of culinary arts director at Rowan College at Burlington County.

Commencement and Graduation Coverage

ShoreNewsToday.com featured Stephen R. Dunn being the May 18 Commencement keynote speaker here.

The Press of Atlantic City featured the May 18 Commencement here.

The Cape May County Herald posted about the May 18 Commencement here.

The Cape May County Herald posted about the Nurses Pinning Ceremony here.

The Cape May County Herald posted a feature about a Rio Grande graduate and her success story here.

 

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