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  TCNJ and WILL alumna Emily Bent will be recognized Saturday, April 28th, 2018 and awarded with TCNJ’s 2018 Distinguished Service at 11:00am in the Ed Building Room 212.   During her time at TCNJ, Emily Bent excelled in the following; Iota, Iota, Iota, Women’s and Gender Studies Honor Society, Co-founder and initiated member, 2001 Who’s […]

Today we recognize WILL alumna, Marisa Chiorello. Her first children’s book, “Ella: How A Sad Girl Learns She’s Perfect Just the Way She Is” was published in August 2017 and is available on Amazon/online at Barnes and Noble. This first book focuses on body image in young girls, and Chiorello plans to venture from children’s […]

  Congratulations to Olivia Laura for recently being recognized and selected as a Planned Parenthood “Defender of the Week”! Thank you for representing WILL with your hard work, passion, and dedication Olivia! 

WILL recognizes GenderWatch and Former Executive Chair Rosie Driscoll for her recent research accomplishments. Driscoll is presenting her research on 20th Century Trenton alongside Dr. McGreevey (Associate Professor of History, TCNJ) and three other students on Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 5:00-7:00pm in Education Building 115. Driscoll is also scheduled to present at the Student Research […]

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!

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!”