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Congrats to Amy Wood

Amy Wood, Italian Teacher at Point Pleasant Borough High School Hosts First Annual Italian Film Festival. Ms. Wood is currently pursuing dual master’s degrees in Italian and Educational Technology; Miss Wood said that she modeled the festival after a graduate course she took at Rutgers entitled “Italian Cinema in the Classroom.” More information here.

Congrats to Kimberly Lynn Clark

Kimberly Lynn Clark, Ed. D.: Following graduation from TCNJ in 2002, with a bachelors degree in Spanish. Kim taught Spanish at Oakcrest High School for eight years. After earning her master’s degree in education from NSU and obtaining her administrative certifications through NJEXCEL, she joined the administration at Pinelands Regional School District as a supervisor…Continue Reading

Congratulations to Jill Voorhees Patterson

Jill Voorhees Patterson, Ed. D.: After graduating from TCNJ in 2002, Jill taught middle and high school Spanish for seven years. She competed a masters in Spanish language and culture at the Universidad de Salamanca and a masters in educational leadership at Rider University. She left teaching to pursue an internship opportunity with the N.J.…Continue Reading

Another congrats to WLC alumna Maryan Escarfullett!

Congratulations to WLC alumna Maryan Escarfullett (self-designed Chinese major, ’12) who has successfully completed her master’s in international studies at the Johns Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies. The thesis for her MA degree is titled “2014中国人的价值观/Changes in Chinese Values from 1990-2014: A Study of the World Values Survey” (in Chinese).  An English version…Continue Reading

TCNJ students named “Teacher of the Year” by the Chinese American Cultural Association and Edison Chinese School

Tara Pretty (Class of 2013) and Patricia Lin (Class of 2014) taught Chinese to students–kindergarten up to 12th grade–at Edison Chinese School on weekends from September 2012 to June 2013.  Pretty and Lin were honored for their dedication and commitment to teaching Chinese language and culture with “Teacher of the Year” awards from the Chinese American Cultural Association…Continue Reading

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