In the News–Aug. 31, 2018

newspaperThe Cape May County Herald posted here about the college receiving its Middle States reaccreditation, and the Press of Atlantic City did here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the June 26 Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees meeting.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about Atlantic Cape faculty teaching abroad in Central Europe.

Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape, had this piece published in the Cape May County Herald in regards to drone technology and the Cape May County area.

Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the launch of the Community College Innovation Challenge.

SNJ Today posted here about the college hosting drone information sessions at its Cape May County Campus on Aug. 23.

The Academy of Culinary Arts “Cook Your Way to 18K” Contest cook-off was featured here by the Press of Atlantic City, here by SNJ Today, and here by the Cape May County Herald.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college earning a recent ranking as one of the top online community colleges in New Jersey.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college receiving two national grants to support its drone technology programs here, and SNJ Today featured it here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation Board of Trustees electing three new officers at their June meeting.

Atlantic Cape’s art gallery exhibit, “Living Canvases Through a Lens,” was featured here by the Press of Atlantic City.

The college was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article about Atlantic City’s Class of 1950 giving back in the means of scholarship money.

The upcoming art exhibit to be featured at Atlantic Cape’s art gallery, “Atlantic County Parks,” was featured in this Press of Atlantic City article.

The college was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article about the aviation industry and its merits in Atlantic County.

Paula Stewart Davis, dean of student affairs & enrollment management, was quoted in the Press of Atlantic City article about the significance and impact of the EOF program.

The college hosting a Paramedic Science Program information session through its Workforce Development Division was posted here by the Daily Journal.

Academy of Culinary Arts graduate Aaron McCargo Jr. was featured in this Philadelphia Inquirer article about his plans to open Camden County’s first beer garden.

Myrna Keklak, associate professor and division chairperson of Nursing & Allied Health Programs at Atlantic Cape, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about how crucial college nursing programs are.

 

 

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