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TCNJ Foundation Board elects David Rago to board

The College of New Jersey Foundation has elected David Rago, owner of Rago Arts and Auction Center in Lambertville, NJ, to its Board of Directors. “I am pleased to welcome Mr. Rago as a new member of the Board of Directors,” said Elaine Rocha ’95, chair of the board. “He brings a wealth of experience,…

Abby O’Connor honored with ACS E. Emmet Reid Award

TCNJ chemistry professor Abby O’Connor has been honored with the E. Emmet Reid Award in Chemistry Teaching at Small Colleges in the American Chemical Society’s Middle Atlantic Region. The award, which was presented during the recent ACS regional meeting held on TCNJ’s campus, recognizes an ACS Middle Atlantic Region faculty member who encourages and stimulates…

Terence Odonkor ’22 is composing the career of his dreams

Terence Odonkor received a huge compliment last spring while working as an orchestrator, arranger, and copyist for a theater production in Baltimore: the production’s music director compared him to legendary record producer and musician Quincy Jones.  Like Jones, Odonkor has found himself lending his music skills to everything from Broadway productions to regional projects alongside…

TCNJ establishes Helen T. Neidlein Class of 1968 Fund

TCNJ recently received the third-largest gift in the history of the college – a $3 million donation from the estate of H. Karl Neidlein, who died in 2019. It will be used to establish the Helen T. Neidlein Class of 1968 Fund, which will provide student scholarships, faculty support and enrichment, and additional programming for…

TCNJ helps the United Way of Greater Mercer County to Strike Out Hunger

On Tuesday, June 7, TCNJ hosted the United Way of Greater Mercer County for their annual Strike Out Hunger event.  According to the United Way, 375,000 New Jersey children are food insecure. As the end of the school year approaches, kids who rely on school meals often struggle to get enough to eat during the…

Governor Phil Murphy hosts roundtable conversation at TCNJ

On Monday, May 23 TCNJ President Kathryn Foster welcomed Governor Phil Murphy, U.S. Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal, and Federal Student Aid Chief Operating Officer Rich Cordray to the college for a roundtable discussion to highlight the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. “Employees in the public and non-profit sectors provide invaluable services to…

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