Here’s the Scoop–July 26, 2018

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Paula Davis, dean of student support services and enrollment management, spoke at Stockton University’s 50th anniversary celebration of the signing of the legislation that created EOF. The program highlighted a Stockton EOF participant from each of the five decades and Davis represented the 1970s. She shared about her parents not graduating from high school, but that they had aspirations their children would.


On Thursday, June 29, Atlantic Cape hosted a New Jersey Stars Program Orientation for eligible NJ STARS students from Atlantic and Cape May counties. The event was well attended and included giveaways and light refreshments.

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We extend our condolences to Dorothy Filomena on the loss of her beloved father, Daniel Vitalo of Folsom. He was 90.

Expressions may be sent to Dorothy at 1105 Black Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037.


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The Communication Advisory Board meeting on June 28 featured attendees from across the country.  Among the participants were media and PR professionals in Los Angeles, San Diego and New York City.  Attendees from outside the Philadelphia region attended the meeting via conference call. The meeting also featured high school media teachers as well as faculty from four-year schools including Dr. Carl Hausman from Rowan University—who was the outside reviewer for the recent Communication Program Review.  In addition, the Board featured input from 12 Atlantic Cape Communication Alumni including Kaleef Lloyd from the first graduating class in 2007.  Atlantic Cape attendees included: Keith Forrest (Convener), Heather Boone (associate professor of social science), Jennie Thomas (senior adjunct of communication and English) and Dr. Denise Coulter (dean of liberal studies).

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English Department adjunct Joseph F. Berenato was a writer guest the weekend of July 7 at the 40th annual Shore Leave, a science-fiction convention in Hunt Valley, Maryland. Berenato was a member of several discussion panels, greeted many fans, and sold and signed several of his books examining sci-fi and pop culture, including Star TrekStar Wars, and Planet of the Apes.

 

 


Carol Fraone, college recruiter, shared the following admissions and recruitment updates: 

Cape May County Opioid Crisis Summit and Recovery Court Graduation in Cape May Court House on June 27:

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Hometown Celebration in Mays Landing on June 30:

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