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Faculty-student research duo uncovers surprising ways to improve public health messaging

After two years of pandemic life, COVID fatigue is real. That goes for pandemic messaging, too, as people have grown weary of a barrage of statistics, shifting mandates, and guidance. But recently published research by a TCNJ professor may hold lessons for effective public health communications going forward. Spoiler alert: it could involve TikTok dance…

TCNJ community collects 1,200 pairs of socks for Rescue Mission of Trenton

  TCNJ President Kathryn Foster joined Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds-Jackson and representatives from Ewing Covenant Presbyterian Church at the Rescue Mission of Trenton on Friday, March 18 to cap off a very successful five-week sock drive. Sponsored by Assemblywoman Reynolds-Jackson, who represents the 15th legislative district in New Jersey, the “NJ Socks for Homeless” initiative collected…

TCNJ partners with Thomas Jefferson University to add doctor of pharmacy program

TCNJ announced today that starting in fall 2022, the college will offer a doctoral program in pharmacology in conjunction with Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.   Students in this new program will spend the first four years of the program at TCNJ pursuing a bachelor of science in biology or chemistry. Then, provided academic requirements are…

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses her craft at TCNJ

As a journalist, Nikole Hannah-Jones says there’s an innate skepticism that comes with the job. “If your mother says she loves you, check it out,” she joked on stage to a packed Kendall Hall. Hannah-Jones, staff writer at New York Times Magazine and editor of The 1619 Project, has spent her career investigating racial inequality…

Julie Williams earns national honor from the Society of Health and Physical Educators

Julie Williams, a health and physical education teaching major, has been selected as the SHAPE America “Major of the Year.” This national award celebrates outstanding undergraduate students in the fields of health, physical education, recreation, and dance. “Winning this award has shown me that I am positively contributing to my future profession,” Williams, a senior, said. “All…

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