Chad Bullock, Center for Accessibility, and Josh Carroll, Instructional Technology, earned the Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) certification from the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.
The IAAP certification program aims to better define what accessibility professionals are expected to know and increase the quality and consistency of the work performed by accessibility professionals.
The CPACC credential is IAAP’s foundational certification, representing broad, cross-disciplinary conceptual knowledge about 1) disabilities, 2) accessibility and universal design, and 3) accessibility-related standards, laws, and management strategies.
Robyn McCullough, admissions, graduated from Neumann University on Aug. 18, 2016. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Studies with a GPA of 3.90. McCullough is also 2012 Atlantic Cape graduate.
Janet Marler, associate dean of Academic Support Services, was appointed to the New Jersey Library Network Review Board by State Librarian Mary Chute for a two-year term. The board’s purpose is to advise the State Librarian on matters related to statewide and inter-regional programs and services, including interaction and linkage between the New Jersey Library Network with other state’s networks and national networks.
Dr. Mitchell A. Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, has been re-appointed to the NASPA Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs Knowledge Community Promising Practices Award selection committee.
Brandi Megan Granett, adjunct instructor of English, will have a novel published Sept. 1, titled, “Triple Love Score.”
Rosanne Weiss, senior adjunct of Information Systems and Aviation Studies, served as a judge at the first annual programming contest sponsored by the South Jersey Chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association. Nearly 100 high school students from Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Ocean and Monmouth counties competed for prizes and certificates March 18 at Stockton University. The students worked in teams to solve eight challenges, which were scored by a group of judges made up of college professors and students. Rosanne represented Atlantic Cape at this contest.
Keith Forrest, associate professor of communication, presented the paper, “When Fiction and Non-Fiction Collide: Using the Intersection between Journalism and Creative Writing to Help Students Get Published,” at the Transitions and Transactions III Conference at the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
The Curriculum Infusion of Career Development Research Project, developed by Dr. Mitchell A. Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, Janet Marler, associate dean, academic support services; and faculty including Michael Kammer, Sue DePhilipis, Maryann McCall, Judith Otterburn-Martinez, Gwen McIntyre, Michael Sargente, Tammy DeFranco, Michele Leacott, Kelly Herbst, Mary McWilliams, Erica DiRenzo and Afton Koontz, received a NASPA Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs (SAPAA) Knowledge Community 2016 Promising Practices award. The team will be recognized at the 2016 NASPA national conference in Indianopolis.