Anna Rosenberg, 72, of Ventnor, was not directly a victim of the Holocaust, but her life represents the hardships ordinary people in Germany faced after World War II.
That story is now a book, “A Hard Life Leavened with Love” published through the Writing as Witness Program at the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at Stockton University. Continue reading Stockton publishes Ventnor woman’s story from WWII Germany to Atlantic City
Stockton University has been approved by the Panamanian Ministry of Education to offer training to teachers from Panama as part of the government’s Bilingue Initiative.
The University has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Universidad Latina de Panama to expand opportunities for Stockton students to study in Panama.
The Panama Bilingue initiative is a national effort to improve public education and economic development in the country by increasing the English language fluency of its citizens. Continue reading Stockton signs agreement with Panama to train teachers in bilingual initiative
Sixty-two eighth grade girls from throughout New Jersey will immerse themselves in science experiments and meet women working in science and technology fields at the third annual Tech Trek camp from July 16-22.
The camp is co-sponsored by the American Association of University Women and Stockton University and is designed to interest girls in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Students are recommended by their schools to participate and the majority of the camp is funded by grants and donations. Continue reading Stockton Hosting 62 girls at Annual Tech Trek STEM Camp
More than 150,000 baby oysters, or spat, will be planted next week in the Tuckerton Reef, the first-ever bottom oyster restoration site in the Southern Barnegat watershed.
The project has also generated an expanded oyster recycling program, using shells from Long Beach Island area restaurants.
In 2015, Stockton University’s Marine Field Station partnered with Parson’s Mariculture and the American Littoral Society on a proposal to the Barnegat Bay Partnership’s shellfish research program.
The team was awarded $52,000, most of which was used to establish the pilot-level Tuckerton Reef with aquaculture-set oyster spat on whelk shell and transplanted seed from the Mullica River. The balance of the funding has contributed to continued efforts on the Toms River Good Luck
Point site, led by Al Modjeski of the American Littoral Society.
Continue reading Stockton Marine Field Station to Plant Baby Oysters at Tuckerton Reef Restoration Site
If you are 55 years of age or older, you can spend time on the beautiful Ocean County College (OCC) campus, make new friends, enjoy delicious meals, learn to write poetry, be alert to “senior scams,” discover the “second half of life,” and see a show at the planetarium! Continuing and Professional Education will offer a two-day mini-vacation Active Adult Session: “Delight in the Joy of Summer” from 9:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16 and Thursday, August 17, Novins Planetarium (Building #13), OCC Main Campus, College Drive, Toms River, NJ. Seating is Limited. Registration Required. Continue reading ACTIVE ADULT SUMMER SESSION OFFERS TWO-DAY ADVENTURE AT OCC
Come hear acclaimed artists play classic jazz and swing at the Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts at Ocean County College (OCC) during its new performing arts season. The “Grunin Presents” and “MidWeek Jazz” lineup features big-name stars along with up-and-coming talent of local, national, and international acclaim. Shows take place on the Main Stage, Grunin Center, OCC Main Campus, College Drive, Toms River, NJ. Please use Parking Lot #2.
Continue reading LOCAL TO BIG-NAME JAZZ STARS SIZZLE AT THE GRUNIN CENTER 2017-2018
The Ocean County College Foundation invites you to tee off at its 16th Annual Golf Outing at Pine Barrens Golf Club, Jackson, NJ, on Tuesday, October 10 featuring “Beat the Pro” and “Putting” contests! Event will be held rain or shine.
The entry fee is $325 per player. Your contribution includes brunch (9:30am), use of driving range (9:30-11am,) before the shotgun start (11am), along with green fees, golf cart, and a golf gift. An Awards and Cocktail Reception (4pm), in the clubhouse, will follow the tournament. Soft spikes and golf attire are required. Continue reading OCC FOUNDATION GOLF OUTING SET FOR OCTOBER 10 AT PINE BARRENS
Enjoy a celestial experience at the Robert J. Novins Planetarium (Bldg #13) on the Ocean County College Main Campus, College Drive, Toms River, NJ. Please park in Parking Lot #2. Enjoy a variety of laser, kids, and sky shows!
Patriotic Craft & Indoor Firework Laser Show (All Ages) – Saturday, July 1 at 11:00 a.m. (craft) and 11:30 a.m. (laser show), $10 all seats. Join in the celebration with an indoor fireworks display set to the songs from Laser Spirit. Using a mix of pop, classic rock, oldies, adult contemporary, and patriotic music, this motivating laser show will make you proud to be a visionary, idealist, achiever, and American! Stirring laser effects and beautiful background artwork and images come together to produce an uplifting and inspirational experience.
Continue reading CELEBRATE “CHRISTMAS IN JULY” AND ATTEND A PREMIERE DINOSAUR PARTY DURING THE MONTH OF JULY AT PLANETARIUM!
Go on an incredible nine-day guided historical and cultural adventure throughout France and Brussels, Belgium with Ocean County College on the Battlefields of Europe Travel Seminar, January 4 to January 14, 2018. Members of the community are welcome to participate on a non-credit basis. Participants must be at least 18 years of age and out of high school. Students will be enrolled for three college credits during the spring 7-Week Hybrid Session. Scholarships available for full-time OCC students – an application is required. Registration Deadline: October 20, 2017.
Continue reading TRAVEL TO FRANCE WITH OCC AND DISCOVER THE “BATTLEFIELDS OF EUROPE”
Ocean County College (OCC) has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Beyond the Classroom Stories of Service. The purpose of the Beyond the Classroom series is to engage both OCC students and members of the community on important topics in a safe environment that explores the human spirit.
Continue reading OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE RECEIVES NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS GRANT