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Alumnus’ Art Exhibit Reimagines Vintage Designs

  TCNJ Art Education alumnus Scott Samuels ’15 has a new exhibit titled “In and Out of Digital Space” featured in the AIMM Building on the TCNJ campus. Scott recently took the time to share about the inspirations behind his work and memories from his time at TCNJ. To see more of Scott’s work, visit…

TCNJ Remembers Marvin Minsky

With the news of the recent passing of Marvin Minsky, the “father of artificial intelligence,” TCNJ reflects on his 2012 visit to our campus with gratitude and appreciation. Minsky, a mathematician, computer scientist, and professor emeritus at the MIT Media Lab, was a pioneering expert on the theory of artificial intelligence. His 1985 book “The…

Communication Studies faculty member publishes piece on corporate crisis communication

  Dr. Gary Woodward, professor of Communication Studies, has published a new opinion piece which ran this week in the Trenton Times and on NJ.com. In his post, Dr. Woodward discusses corporate crisis communication, focusing specifically on SeaWorld Entertainment trying to counter the effects of the 2013 documentary, Blackfish. You can find his piece on his blog, The…

TCNJ Wins at Campus Movie Fest

TCNJ students and alumni are celebrating an exciting win at Campus Movie Fest, the world’s largest student film festival and a premier outlet for the next generation of filmmakers. Nominated for Best Special Effects, Best Actor, Best Production Design, Best Drama, and Best Picture, the five-minute film “Paramnesia” revolves around a scientific test that reveals…

Inside TCNJ: Q&A with Samuel Nemeth ’16

  Have you ever wondered what you could do with a BA in Music? Maybe you’re considering a self-designed major. Or, perhaps you’re just curious what life is like as a student at TCNJ. Either way, read on to learn about Samuel Nemeth (’16) and how he is combining his love of music with his interests in…

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