Stockton News - March 9, 2018



Manahawkin Expansion

Manahawkin Expansion Welcomes Students, Simulators

Stockton  formally dedicated the new 7,915 square-foot expansion to the University’s Manahawkin location on March 8.The expanded location, which will serve Stockton’s nursing students, includes a six-bed Foundations of Nursing lab, complete with simulated patients and seven physical assessment examining rooms.

Video helps Spanish Speakers Apply for Passports

A video developed by Stockton students, faculty and staff is helping Spanish speakers apply for U.S. passports. The project, developed through Stockton’s Diplomacy Lab, was led by Jessie K. Finch, assistant professor of sociology, and Merydawilda Colón, executive director of Stockton’s Center for Community Engagement.



Steven Kalman, assistant professor of Chemistry, was recently accepted to participate in the Research and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (REAP), funded through the research offices of the U.S. Army.


Stockton Holds CSI Workshop for High School Students

Twenty high school students from Gloucester City High solved a “murder” at Stockton University on March 1 during a mini-CSI reenactment that showed them crime scene investigations are much different than what they see on television.
CSI Workshop


Facebook#TransformationTuesday: First is an aerial image of Stockton's Galloway campus during the construction of the Sports Center, which opened in 2000. The more recent image shows the additionof the Stockton University Campus Center, added in 2011, and the new Academic Quad currently under construction.
Facebook Quad


James Rodia ’11 recently joined as the transfer coordinator and assistant director of Admissions. Rodia comes to Stockton with extensive higher education experience. Hepreviously served as the academic adviser for both University Advising Services and the department of Psychology at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. Rodia has a B.A. in Political Sciencefrom Stockton. “It is great to be back at Stockton and I am extremely excited and thankful for this wonderful opportunity,” Rodia said. “Having been a transfer student myself, I am very much looking forward to helping and assisting both our current and perspective students in any way possible."

Destiny Talley ’12 recently joined as an assistant director of Admissions.Talley brings with her over nine years of higher education experience. Most recently, Talley served as project director of the New Jersey Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) program at Salem Community College. Talley earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice from Stockton and a master’s degree in Education from Washington State University. She is also a proud EOF graduate and first generation college graduate. “I am truly honored to return home [to Stockton] to provide an opportunity to uplift and help students succeed,” Talley said.


Seniors Jared Lewis and Kaitlyn Dermen earned All-Atlantic Region accolades from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. They are headed to the NCAA Division III Championships this weekend.

Men’s lacrosse defender Colin Wharton was chosen as a Preseason DIII All-America Honorable Mention by Inside Lacrosse Magazine.


Wednesday, March 21 - Spring 2018 Career and Internship Fair
Saturday, April 28 - Stockton University’s 38th Annual Scholarship Benefit Gala

Spring 2018
 - Take a Jitney Shuttle Tour to Stockton’s Atlantic City Campus
Learn more about living and learning at Stockton in Atlantic City. Mobile tours will all leave from the Stockton Campus Center. The short version tours will be about one hour. Longer tours, which include a walking tour, will take about two hours. 

Tour Dates: 
March 21 – long – 10 a.m. 
April 3 – long – 10 a.m. 
April 17 – long – 2 p.m. 
April 26 – long – 10 a.m.

For more information, contact Haley Baum or Brian Jackson.

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