Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Piscataway High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Piscataway High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Piscataway High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Piscataway High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Nearly 800 new and transfer students began their higher education at Hudson Valley Community College when the spring semester began on Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Delaware Valley University students had the opportunity to participate in a leadership development program over winter break. LeaderShape and DelVal partnered to host a session of the Institute from Jan. 15 through Jan. 20 in Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania. LeaderShape Institute is recognized nationally as one of the premier leadership development programs for college students. The University received a $50,000 gift from William and Laurie Schutt that made it possible for the students to participate in the program.
Students named as the 2016-2017 Residence Life Staff at Cedar Crest College.
In Commencement exercises on May 16, 2017, FDU conferred more than 3,000 degrees, ranging from associates to doctorates, on graduates, at MetLife Stadium.
DanceWorks harnesses the dynamic expression of the human body. The poetry of movement replaces words in an evolving landscape of imagery and emotion. This year's program features dances by eight talented students and two alumni choreographers. As movement enthusaists, they have chosen to investigate their creative visions kentically. They are learning to become adept at communicating ideas via the infinitely malleable elements of space, time and energy. To up the ante, this year the choreographers have been challenged to create their dances on an 8x8 foot stage. This constraint breeds a wealth of creative possibilities as it encourages the artists to truly focus their vision.
Runaways is a musical which was written, composed and directed by Elizabeth Swados, about the lives of children who run away from home and live on the city streets. The characters were taken from workshops conducted by Swados with real-life runaways in the late 1970s.
The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the entire student body and all student activities through student body meetings, special committee meetings, Student Government meetings, and conferences with the President and the Deans of the College. There are seven executive positions and five resident and two commuter senators for each class, which are elected by the student body. The 35 positions have voting privileges in the Student Government Association. SGA meets regularly to discuss student activities and college policies, to initiate legislation, and to make and amend rules as applicable. The Association welcomes all suggestions related to campus life, and all interested students are encouraged to attend SGA meetings. Support for the student body enables SGA to secure the goals students wish to achieve. Through the Student Government Executive Board, SGA maintains close contact with the College administration and faculty. The SGA president regularly discusses plans and issues with administrators. Any questions or concerns about College rules and/or regulations can be addressed at SGA meetings or by contacting a member of the Executive Board. From new students through seniors, SGA asks students to get involved with activities of their interest. With support from the entire student population (including Lifelong Learning students, residents and commuters), SGA is the backbone of student endeavors at Cedar Crest College. 2017-18 Cedar Crest College Student Government Association Executive Officers are: President - Tomeycia Diamond Scott; Vice President - Morgan Maddock; Secretary - Aginetta Mulima; Treasurer - Kayla Smith; Public Relations Manager - Shannon Wolak; Chief of Staff - Jenny Garcia; Advisor - Candice Sierzega.
Cedar Crest's national award-winning newspaper, The Crestiad is published by and in the interest of the students. Student staff members gather, report, write and edit news, features and sports articles. They are also responsible for layout, photography, advertising and circulation. The Crestiad not only reports campus news but also news from campuses across the nation through its membership with the National Student News Service. 2017-18 Cedar Crest College Crestiad Staff are: Editor-in-Chief, Front Page Editor, and Photo Editor - Juliana Wall; Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor, and Layout Editor - Miranda Alvarez; News Editor - Mallorie McIlwain; Opinions Editor - Jillian Shaffer; Life & Culture Editor and Social Media Editor - Tomeycia Diamond Scott; Web Editor - Michelle Chavez; Athletics Editor - Alyssa Knittel; Professional Advisor - Dannah Hartman; Academic Advisor - Peter Nagy; Staff Writers - Gina Balla, Khara Ekes, Adrian Mast, Morgan Wineland, and Madison Cannon; Staff Photographer - Maxine Erdman; Contributing Writers - Julia Brennan and Natalie Bennington.
The Iowa State University College of Business Dean's List honors students who have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Over sixty Ithaca College students were honored with the Peggy R. Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership, an award recognizing students who excel academically, perform service to the college community and nation, and represent an exemplary level of accomplishment.
As Ithaca College students depart for Spring Break next week, 40 will disperse throughout the country and Canada to spend their time volunteering for a variety of causes, while another three will trek to Alaska to help locals prepare their income taxes.
Troy University is proud to announce students who have been accepted for admission during July.
Cedar Crest College students elect Student Govenment representatives for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Students will be traveling to Wroxton College, FDU's first international campus, located in Oxfordshire, England, for the Fall 2014 semester.
The University of Rhode Island's Black Scholar Awards program honored this year's Rhode Island Onyx Senior Honor Society inductees based on their academic excellence, community service, and cultural pride.
Area Students Inducted into Honor Society, Phi Zeta Kappa, at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan Campus
Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan Campus has released the names of New Jersey students have been inducted to FDU's Phi Zeta Kappa junior honor society for the Fall 2012 semester. To qualify for Phi Zeta Kappa, a student must have completed at least the first 60 credits toward an undergraduate degree, and of these credits, 44 must have been earned at FDU and a cumulative grade point ratio of 3.2 must have been maintained for all of them. The following have qualified: