Monthly Archives: April 2018

Upcoming Events at Atlantic Cape Community College

Atlantic Cape Community College is hosting the following events during the month of May:

May 1, 12:30-1:30 p.m.: The 7th Annual Writers’ Colloquium will be held 12:30-1:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 1, in the Art Gallery (D building) of the Mays Landing Campus. Students receiving Communication Awards in creative writing and journalism, as well as select students in Honors Composition II and Honors Public Speaking, will be reading and discussing their work.  For more information, contact Professor Rich Russell at rrussell@atlantic.edu or 609-343-4971.

May 9, 5:30-7 p.m.: Academy of Culinary Arts open house from 5:30-7 p.m. on May 9 in M Building of the Academy of Culinary Arts at the Mays Landing Campus. Register online at http://www.atlantic.edu/aca/visit.htm.

May 11, 2-3:30 p.m.: A closing reception for the “Faculty Selects 2018” art exhibit will be held from 2-3:30 p.m., May 11, at the gallery located in D Building of the Mays Landing Campus. Continue reading

Atlantic Cape’s Chapter of English Honor Society Inducts 15 New Members

 

eight women and one man smiling

Back row from left, Amber Hale of Villas, Bisma Munir of Absecon, Courtney Causey of North Cape May, Isabel Gomez of Egg Harbor Township, Cassandra Rosamund of Ocean City and Geolie Cayme of Mays Landing. Front row from left, Rebecca Lee of Northfield, Jaeda Cooper of Hammonton and Sarah Stefanick of Cape May.

 

Atlantic Cape Community College inducted 15 students into Sigma Kappa Delta, an English honor society for two-year colleges, on April 24, at a luncheon at the college’s Mays Landing Campus.

Inductees are Amber Bailey of Hammonton, Courtney Causey of North Cape May, Geolie Cayme of Mays Landing, Dillon Clark of Egg Harbor Township, Alexis Condo of Villas, Jaeda Cooper of Hammonton, Ethan Gabrysz of Brigantine, Brooke Gilliano of Newfield, Isabel Gomez of Egg Harbor Township, Amber Hale of Villas, Rebecca Lee of Northfield, Bisma Munir of Absecon, Enzo Ronchi of Ventnor, Cassandra Rosamund of Ocean City and Sarah Stefanick of Cape May. Continue reading

Academy of Culinary Arts Names Iron Student Chefs

two female culinary and two male culinary students with male chef educator

First-place team members from left to right: Amiri Jones of Pleasantville, Allison Ebner of Atco, Dana Rowe of Bridgeton and Mekhi Davis of Mays Landing with ACA Chef Educator Vincent Tedeschi of Northfield.

Fourteen Academy of Culinary Arts students showed their passion for food and competed in the 14th annual Iron Student Chef Competition at the ACA located at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Mays Landing Campus, April 23.

At 9:30 a.m. sharp, it was time to start the competition coordinated by ACA Chef Educator Vincent Tedeschi of Northfield. The students were organized into three teams. Their mission: to create four dishes, each incorporating a tightly guarded secret ingredient revealed only minutes before the start of cooking. The teams were given 15 minutes to create recipes and 90 minutes to cook.

The secret ingredient to be included in each team’s four dishes, from appetizers to entrée was the potato, with the catch being they had to use five different types including Yukon, Red Bliss, Peruvian Blue, Sweet and Russet. The teams were given the potatoes and a variety of other ingredients and told to produce three plates for each dish, one for display, and the others for judging. Continue reading

Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus–April 20, 2018

Submitted by Vita Stovall

The Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus celebrated Earth Day on April 17. Highlights included students being given peat pots with flower seeds made by The Cross Cultural Club, and club members Najmin Kalam and Israt Salma provided Mehndi hand-painted designs. Thanks to the club volunteers and advisers, Shirley Shields and Michael Kammer, ESL professors, for all their hard work in making the day a huge success. Continue reading

Here’s the Scoop–April 20, 2018

A message from Human Resources: 

The college will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 for Memorial Day.

Summer hours (flex time) will begin Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

Support personnel normally working 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. will work 8 a.m.-4:37 p.m. or  8:30 a.m.-5:07 p.m.  During the four-day work week, support staff work 32.5 hours per week, a 2.5-hour reduction.

Facilities, non-office personnel, will work four 10-hour days.
Please consult with your supervisor regarding your precise reporting and dismissal times.

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The Traveling Adjunct–April 20, 2018

10 Things to know about the Azores

Welcome to another edition of the Traveling Adjunct! I spent an amazing week in the Azores! And if you’re thinking of going, here are 10 things to know before you go!

But first, a bit about the Azores:

It’s an archipelago of nine volcanic islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, located about 1,000 miles off the coast of Portugal and about 935 miles off the coast of Morocco. The official name is the Autonomous Region of the Azores and it’s part of Portugal. You’ll also see the Portuguese name written – Açores.

The nine islands are Flores, Corvo, Graciosa, Terceira, São Jorge, Pico, Faial, São Miguel, Santa Maria and the islands’ volcanic beginnings are apparent everywhere, from the landscape to the lava stone fences Continue reading

‘James R. Fitzgerald: How Language Analysis Helped ID, Arrest and Convict the Unabomber’ Lecture at Atlantic Cape on May 1

manThe Atlantic Cape Community College-Rutgers University Lecture series presents “James R. Fitzgerald: How Language Analysis Helped ID, Arrest and Convict the Unabomber” at 2 p.m. on May 1 in the Walter Edge Theater of Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.

Fitzgerald is an American criminal profiler, forensic linguist and author. He is also a retired FBI agent and best known for his role in the Unabomber investigation, which resulted in the arrest and conviction of Ted Kaczynski.

Fitzgerald’s career in law enforcement began in 1976 when he was hired as a police officer by the municipality of Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania. In 1987, after 11 years of local police work culminating in his promotion to the rank of sergeant, he was recruited by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Upon graduation from the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Fitzgerald was assigned to the New York Field Division Joint Bank Robbery Task Force. Continue reading

Atlantic Cape Nursing Students Throw SimMom a Baby Shower; Donations Raised for The Women’s Center in Linwood

five female and two male nursing students smile behind baby shower table

Student Nurses Club members from left, Shannon Tarby of Somers Point, Jessica Tarves of Ocean City, Jennifer Lospinoso of Brigantine, Alicia Cibotti of Brigantine, Katherine Melo of Mays Landing and Chris Ceruzzi of Brigantine, during SimMom’s Baby Shower on April 16.

The Student Nurses Club at Atlantic Cape Community College invited the college community to a “baby shower” for SimMom on April 16 at the college’s Mays Landing Campus. SimMom is an advanced birthing simulator the nursing program acquired in 2015 to give students a hands-on learning experience in labor and delivery. Continue reading

Academy of Culinary Arts to Host Open House on May 9

The Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College will host an open house from 5:30-7 p.m. on May 9 for prospective students who love to cook and are interested in starting a career in the culinary field. The event will take place in M Building of the May Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.

The academy offers two-year degree programs in culinary arts, baking and pastry, and food service management, and specialization programs in hot foods, baking and pastry, food service management and catering.

The academy also offers two one-year certificate programs, Baking and Pastry Certificate I and Culinary Arts Certificate I. These two-semester certificates are designed to provide students with career training for entry-level positions in the baking and pastry or culinary fields. The certificates can also be used as a foundation for completing an associate degree at the Academy of Culinary Arts.  Continue reading

Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus–April 13, 2018

Submitted by Vita Stovall

two women smiling in front of jeans hanging on line

The Women’s Center located in Linwood brought Sexual Assault Awareness to the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus on Tuesday, April 10.

They provided an activity for students and staff, “The Denim Day Project,” where students decorated jeans to tell the stories of survivors. Its origin came from a case in Italy when a woman was forced to remove her jeans by her rapist and because she removed her own jeans, the courts determined consent and set her rapist free. Protestors assembled on the steps of the court and wore jeans in objection to that decision and in support of the survivor. The Clothesline Display Project is an activity where victims of sexual assault tell their story on jeans or represent memories of those who passed away from sexual assault. Thanks to Monique Corbitt and JuWana McNear, Sexual Assault staff at the Women’s Center, for bringing their team to the Worthington Atlantic City Campus.