Stockton University’s Arts and Humanities Performing Arts program will present James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” on April 5-9 in the Performing Arts Center. The show intertwines several Brothers Grimm fairy tales and explores the consequences of each character’s wishes and choices.
Nicholas Fleming, an eighth grader at St. Vincent de Paul Regional School in Mays Landing, N.J., loves cats. So for his science fair experiment, titled: ”Is that cat fat?”, he measured 20 of them, including his own pet, Luna, to find out which ones were at healthy weights and which could stand to lose a few.
“I recorded their breed, gender, whether they were indoor or outdoor cats and their ideal weights and determined their ‘pet body score,’” he explained today at the Jersey Shore Science Fair at Stockton University. Continue reading Nearly 600 High School Students Compete in Jersey Shore Science Fair at Stockton University
“The world needs software engineers,” said Robert Heinrich, chief information officer for Information Technology Services at Stockton University, to the next generation of technology consumers and creators.
Nearly 130 students from 11 high schools in Atlantic, Ocean, Monmouth and Cape May counties participated in the Computer Science Teachers Association South Jersey (CSTA-SNJ) computer science competition at Stockton University.
“Our lives will only continue to be augmented by technology and the devices that support our daily lives,” Heinrich continued. Continue reading High School Students Told, ‘The World Needs Software Engineers’ at Coding Competition
KESHA and The Creepies will perform at Stockton University on Tuesday, April 4. The concert will be held at 8 p.m. in the Sports Center, located at 101 Vera King Farris Dr. in Galloway, N.J. Doors open at 7 p.m. Continue reading KESHA and The Creepies Headline at Stockton University on April 4
More than 560 Pinelands Short Course attendees spent the day learning about the unique wildlife, ecology, people, folklore and history of New Jersey’s 1.1 million-acre Pinelands National Reserve at nearly 40 educational courses taught by experts.
“Our biggest goal is to help raise awareness of the Pinelands and provide people opportunities to learn about this area. The more people know, the more they want to protect and support the Pinelands,” said Paul Leakan, communications officer for the New Jersey Pinelands Commission.
In one classroom, Matt McCort gently held a cream-colored northern pine snake covered in dark blotches, a pattern that blends well on a sandy surface or the forest floor, as participants admired the specimen. The snake softly hissed, but remained calm as he curled around McCort’s safe hands that are experienced in handling wildlife. Continue reading Pinelands Short Course Prepares Nature Enthusiasts to Become Protectors of NJ’s Environment
Stockton University again this year will host the Jersey Shore Science Fair, the region’s largest with nearly 600 students from 43 middle and high schools from across New Jersey competing on Saturday, March 18.
Anna Deavere Smith, a nationally known playwright, educator and actress whose credits include roles on The West Wing, Nurse Jackie, Black-ish and Madam Secretary, will give a public presentation titled: “Snapshots: Portraits of a World in Transition,” at Stockton University on Thursday, April 6 at 6 p.m. Continue reading Anna Deavere Smith to Present ‘Snapshots: Portraits of a World in Transition’ on April 6
AtlantiCare, in partnership with Babies “R” Us®, will host a ‘Mommy & Me’ Brunch Saturday, March 11 at 11 a.m. at the Smithville Inn in Historic Smithville.
The family-friendly brunch will include story time, crafts with characters, toy demonstrations by Toy Market, and gift giveaways from Babies “R” Us. Magna Dias, M.D., medical director, CHOP Care Network at AtlantiCare and Jennifer Tioseco, M.D., neonatologist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and medical director, ARMC’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), will share tips for raising happy, healthy children. Continue reading AtlantiCare to host ‘Mommy & Me’ Brunch Saturday, March 11
Nearly 800 students networked with employer representatives from about 140 organizations seeking interns, part-time and full-time staff at Stockton University’s Career and Internship Fair.
This semester’s fair saw the largest turnout in history for this growing event, which moved into a larger venue, the Sports Center, last semester.
Donna Albano, associate professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies, and her students formed a line and lights flashed as a photographer captured headshots to help students establish a professional online presence. Nearby, Campus Police Sgt. Tracy Stuart spoke with students, accompanied by her K-9 partner, Hemi.
America in the 1960s, an era that encouraged LOVE, was populated by “Mad Men” and “Mod Women” trying to navigate the new normal. In this freshly conceived production of Neil Simon’s classic, “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” true comedy ensues when a modern man in the hip Sixties looks for something new and different, but ends up finding himself in the same situation, again and again…and again! This show is sure to have audiences laughing at the Stockton Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, March 8. Continue reading See Neil Simon’s ‘Last of the Red Hot Lovers’ March 8 at Stockton Performing Arts Center