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Congratulations to Rebecca Conn! She has been selected as an Adult delegate for Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey at the Girl Scout National Convention in Columbus, Ohio in October 2017! (1 of 11 delegates to represent 20,000 in the Council).

Congrats to Jackie Cornell (’04) for being named on Senator Weinberg’s “2016 Women’s Power List!” Ms. Cornell is the former regional director of HHS Region II, which includes the States of New York and New Jersey, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. As a TCNJ and WILL graduate Ms. Cornell works […]

TCNJ and WILL Alum Leathia Lipscomb is making a big impact on her school district.  Leathia has been teaching for 6 years for TeachforAmerica.  Read the article about Lethia’s impact here! https://atlanta.teachforamerica.org/impact-blog/six-years-still-going-strong-leadership-path

The College of New Jersey WILL Nicaragua Solidarity Project is Transformative By Maggie Kurnyta The College of New Jersey group with Karla Rojas after her presentati on about working to end domestic violence I have always been a watcher, a silent observer who studies people and places. However, when I took part in The College […]

  This semester’s WILL Capstone class, made up of WILL program seniors, is hosting three days of amazing events surrounding menstruation called “Period Perspectives!”

        Brittany Graf, WILL Program graduate 2007, new PhD (Plant Biology and Pharmacognosy), Rutgers University and Fulbright scholar conducting research in Ecuador 5-year Ph.D. program was supported by: Rutgers University’s Excellence Fellowship, Graduate Assistantship, Teaching Assistantship, Robert and Lillian White-Stevens Fellowship, Eileen Brennan Graduate Research Award, Robert T. Rosen Memorial Scholarship, Dept. […]

Congratulations to Jackie Cornell-Bechelli on becoming the Region II Director of HHS. She will be helping helping people in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Read more about her success here: http://www.hhs.gov/news/press/2014pres/08/20140806a.html

Emily Bent: From Alum to Professor Monday, October 3, 2011 By Alyssa Mease You probably haven’t seen Emily Bent, a professor of women’s and gender studies, on campus much recently. That’s because the ’03 graduate of the College is also the new executive director of Sage Girl, a member of the United Nation’s the Working […]