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  • Caldwell University Adds Sprint Football 02/03/2016 sprint-tile CALDWELL, N.J.- Caldwell University has added Sprint Football to its sports program, increasing its varsity sports opportunities to 16. The Cougars will compete in the Collegiate Sprint Football League which will now include 10 teams. Caldwell will hire a full-time sprint football coach in the Summer of 2016 and begin its first season in the fall of 2017. “We are extremely ...
  • Graduate Counseling Students Engage in Community Service 02/02/2016 Graduate counseling community service 1Caldwell, N.J., – Feb. 2, 2016 –Graduate Counseling students in the national honor society Chi Sigma Iota and counseling faculty took some time out of their busy schedules on Jan. 27 to engage in community service. University students Ashley Pritchard, Ronieka Thomas, and Laura Dispenzere and faculty members Dr. Diana Wildermuth and Dr. Emma Kendrick prepared the lunches and delivered them ...
  • Faculty and Students Meet Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich at Eastern Analytical Symposium and Present Poster 02/02/2016 Figure09EAS11 Caldwell, N.J., Feb. 2, 2016 – Science faculty and students had the thrill of meeting Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich at the Eastern Analytical Symposium in November. Biology Professor Agnes Berki and Chemistry and Physics Professor Fernando Commodari, along with nine students in biology and chemistry, attended the conference held in Somerset, New Jersey. They presented their peer-reviewed work, “Antibiotic Effects of ...
  • Choose New Jersey President Says Providing Students with More Garden State-Based Internships Will Grow Leaders and New Jersey’s Economy 02/01/2016 Choose-NJfeatured                        Caldwell, N.J., Jan. 29, 2016 – Michele Brown, president and CEO of Choose New Jersey, visited Caldwell University on Jan. 26 to discuss ways to make more New Jersey-based internships available to college students. Speaking to chairs, associate deans, and directors from academic support areas, she said that Choose New Jersey’s slogan is “highly educated and perfectly located” and that ...
  • Lauren Engelhardt on track for success at Lake Hopatcong tech company 02/01/2016 lauraEngelhardtWhen it comes to business, Lauren Engelhardt doesn’t mince words. She attributes much of her professional success to being outspoken and backing up those words with hard work. As vice president of Stascom Technologies — an information technology firm based in the Lake Hopatcong section of Jefferson Township — Engelhardt knows all too well the adage of saying what you mean ...
  • Caldwell Students Serve in Remote Villages in Belize 02/01/2016 BelizeStudentTripFeaturedImageCaldwell, N.J., Feb. 1, 2016 – Seven Caldwell University students spent part of their winter break serving in remote villages in southern Belize, Central America. They helped repair schools and churches in the town of Punta Gorda and in the Mayan villages of Dolores, Santa Cruz and Pueblo Viejo. Katlyn Houtz, a junior and an education and psychology major, said highlights for ...
  • Welcome Back 01/22/2016 welcome backWelcome back! Time for the start of the Spring Semester. The library wants to make sure you have all the tools you need to succeed this spring. Check out the information below: Need writing assistance? Writing tutors will be in the Library’s Learning Commons Monday-Thursday 4:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Not sure where to get started with your research? Check out our ...
  • I Can’t Sleep at Night: Selected Works by Kia Dyson” Art Exhibition at Caldwell University 01/20/2016 exhibtionfeatured Caldwell, N.J., Jan. 19, 2016 – The Visceglia Gallery at Caldwell University will present, “I Can’t Sleep at Night: Selected Works by Kia Dyson.” This exciting solo exhibition will feature Dyson’s diverse creative works from her powerful digital collages and consciousness-raising posters to her fashion and portrait photography. The exhibition opens Feb. 12 and runs through March 14. A reception will ...
  • Poetry Celebration with Marie Howe 01/19/2016 Poet Marie Howe Poetry Celebration at Caldwell University to Feature Poet Marie Howe The Tower Poets at Caldwell University will hold its annual Poetry Celebration featuring poet Marie Howe April 13, 6 p.m., in the Alumni Theatre. Ms. Howe was awarded the 2015 Academy of American Poets Fellowship. Her most recent poetry collection The Kingdom of Ordinary Time (W.W. Norton, 2009) was a finalist for ...
  • “Aquinas, Liturgy, Prayer” Lecture to Celebrate 800th Anniversary of Order of Preachers 01/11/2016 Father-Innocent-Smith  Celebrating the 800th anniversary of the Order of Preachers, the Theology/Philosophy Department at Caldwell University will continue its Sister Maura Campbell, O.P., Lecture Series on Feb. 1 with a talk on St. Thomas Aquinas. Father Innocent Smith, O.P., of St. Vincent Ferrer Priory in New York City will speak on “Aquinas, Liturgy, Prayer” 4 to 5 p.m. in the Alumni Theatre. Father Smith, O.P., a ...
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