As part of their work of their National Science Foundation grant Jim Taggart ISAS and Al Jou Mathematics conducted a Business Industry Leadership Team meeting at the Association of Unmanned Systems International’s 2019 Exponential Conference in Chicago. The purpose of the meeting was to get industry input on indented program learning outcomes for the College’s new Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Field Technician A.A.S. degree program.
Organizations represented included:
Aerial Photography of NJ
University of Arkansas Fort Smith
NJ American Water
Rutgers University Center for Advanced Infrastructure Technology
FAA William J Huges Technical Center
Students from the Worthington and Mays Landing campuses visited Stockton University on Friday April 5, 2019. Vita Stovall, Advisor and Adjunct Professor of Social Science took seven students from Worthington, Bibi Asma, Shagufta Bibi, Marta Stott, Cecilia Doan, Jonathan Zuniga, Blanca Hoyos and Cristian Tello. Michael Forest, Counselor and Eric Stewart, Program Coordinator from The Student Success Center took three students: Christina Kane, Nilela Scott and Asia Alexander to experience first-hand the atmosphere at the new Atlantic City four-year university. James Rodia, Assistant Director of Admissions greeted the students upon arrival in the state of the art Academic Center.
The tour guide, Alex Marino, Director of Operations was amazing. He was very knowledgeable and gave excellent details about all the programs available to prospective students. He encouraged everyone to live on campus for that real college experience.
After the tour, students were treated to a fabulous buffet lunch that was so graciously provided by the Stockton University kitchen staff. The students found the Stockton experience very valuable.
Vita M. Stovall