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  • NJ State Teacher of the Year is Caldwell University Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Mark Mautone! 10/01/2014 mark-mautoneTrenton, NJ – The Christie Administration today announced the selection of Mark Mautone, a special education teacher from Hudson County, as the 2014-2015 State Teacher of the Year. Acting Education Commissioner David Hespe and the State Board of Education honored Mautone and six finalists at a special ceremony today in Trenton. Mautone teaches preschool children with autism at Wallace Elementary School ...
  • Nick Harriott: Soccer opened doors for education and success 10/01/2014 nicholas-harriotFor Nicholas Harriott, playing soccer was more than sport. It was a transformational opportunity to overcome life’s hardships. “I come from a very poor background, and growing up in the inner city in Jamaica I was affected by the constant violence that surrounded me,” says Harriott. He was one of five children raised by a single mother in a town with one ...
  • Education Alumna Receives Teacher-as-Researcher Award 09/30/2014 Kate-ZimmerbaumCaldwell, N.J., Sept. 30, 2014 – Recent Caldwell University graduate, Kate Zimmberbaum, is being honored for her work as an educator and a researcher. The Pittstown, New Jersey, resident is the recipient of the Northeastern Educational Research Association Teacher-as-Researcher Award for her school-based project entitled “Will the Introduction of a Critical Questioning Technique and the Toulmin Model Improve the Argumentative Essay ...
  • Community Leaders, Alumni, and Friends Join Caldwell University for 75th Anniversary Celebrations 09/22/2014 75thAn1Caldwell, N.J., Sept. 22, 2014 – Caldwell University celebrated its 75th anniversary with community and education leaders, alumni, friends, donors and the campus community at an academic convocation and Mass on Sept. 19, and Homecoming and Family Day on Sept. 20. In her remarks at the convocation, President Nancy Blattner, Ph.D., paid tribute to foundress Mother Joseph Dunn, “who worked tirelessly ...
  • Caldwell University Theology and Philosophy Department to Host Presentation ‘Celebrating Genetic Diversity’ 09/18/2014 Mark Bradford of the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation will speak at Caldwell University on Oct. 2Caldwell, N.J. – Sept. 18, 2014 – The Caldwell University Department of Theology and Philosophy will sponsor “To Kill or Not to Kill: Celebrating Genetic Diversity in a World That Seeks Perfection” 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, in the Alumni Theatre. The speaker will be Mark Bradford, founding president of the U.S. foundation of the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation. The foundation was established ...
  • Students Attend National Student Nurses Leadership Conference 09/17/2014 Student-conferenceFour nursing students attended the National Student Nurses Association Summer Leadership Conference at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City on Aug. 1. First Vice President of Caldwell’s chapter Nicole Grandeza said the conference gave them a chance to share experiences with peers, learn more about the association, and help them grow as individuals and professionals. Grandeza attended with Michaela Oliveria, ...
  • Jennings Library Book Group meets to discuss “The Boost” 09/15/2014 Book-Group_Stephen-Baker_091314 The Jennings Library Book Group was joined by Stephen Baker, Montclair resident and author of The Boost, to discuss his latest publication. Stephen has also written the non-fiction titles, The Numerati and Final Jeopardy: The Story of Watson, the Computer That Will Transform Our World.
  • National journalist Judith Valente to present “Contemplation in the Age of Twitter” at Caldwell University 09/12/2014 Judith-Valente-headshot1National journalist Judith Valente to present “Contemplation in the Age of Twitter” at Caldwell University Poetry reading to feature anthology “St. Peter’s B-list: Contemporary Poems Inspired by the Saints” Caldwell, N.J., Sept. 12, 2014 – Caldwell University continues its 75th anniversary celebrations Oct. 8 with a presentation by award- winning PBS-TV journalist Judith Valente on  “Contemplation in the Age of Twitter” ...
  • Psychology students present at American Psychological Association convention 09/11/2014 Convention  Caldwell University graduate and undergraduate psychology students and Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling Thomson J. Ling, Ph.D., presented at the American Psychological Association convention in Washington, D.C., in August. Dr. Ling and students authored “A Mixed Methods Exploratory Study of Nepalese Student Experiences Studying Abroad”, which focused on understanding the transitional process that international students, specifically those from Nepal, face ...
  • Archbishop Hebda Celebrates Mass of the Holy Spirit for Caldwell’s First Academic Year as a University 09/11/2014 Mass of the Holy Spirit -Archbishop Hebda 042  Archbishop Bernard Hebda celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit at Caldwell on Sept. 10 to bless the institution’s first academic year as a university. The Mass of the Holy Spirit is traditionally held at the beginning of each academic year. Archbishop Hebda, who is coadjutor of the archdiocese, said the Mass provides an opportunity for the members of the Caldwell ...
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