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Essentially Ours: These unsung heroes of the pandemic represent the best of TCNJ.


Essentially Ours: These unsung heroes of the pandemic represent the best of TCNJ.


Friday, February 26, 2021 3:07:52 PM

Chasing reform: How student criminology researchers and their professor are making news — and change.


Chasing reform: How student criminology researchers and their professor are making news — and change.

The work of a trio of TCNJ undergraduates made front-page national news prompting changes in policy on dangerous police pursuits in New Jersey. Kyle Rich ’22, Nick Scales ’20, and Hailey Stack ’22 gathered information on car chase policies and outcomes from police departments in all 50 states during an independent study with Assistant Criminology […]

Monday, February 22, 2021 7:09:50 AM

Making sense of baby brainpower


Making sense of baby brainpower

We’ve all lived it, but few of us can remember it — being a baby, that is. Aimee Stahl, associate professor of psychology, has spent her career researching how infants and young children learn, and as this year’s winner of the Gitenstein-Hart Sabbatical Prize, she’ll delve further into a baby’s power of recall. “During my […]

Friday, February 19, 2021 11:05:40 AM

Student game developers find an intro to tech culture in the annual Global Game Jam


Student game developers find an intro to tech culture in the annual Global Game Jam

Shortly before the start of the spring semester, TCNJ students and alumni participated in the Global Game Jam, an annual event in which people from all over the world collaborate to create video games from scratch in a weekend. This year’s event was held virtually from January 27–31 and centered around the theme “lost and […]

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 11:09:16 AM

Biology prof receives $1 million NSF/NIFA grant to study how plants respond to insect attacks


Biology prof receives $1 million NSF/NIFA grant to study how plants respond to insect attacks

TCNJ Assistant Professor of Biology Melkamu Woldemariam, a plant biologist who specializes in molecular and chemical ecology, has been awarded a $1 million joint grant from the National Science Foundation and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to support his research program and to engage undergraduate research collaborators in his work. Each year, […]

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 2:25:28 PM

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