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Publications at Gloucester

Publications at Gloucester

Today

Be sure to watch the latest episode of RCSJ Today, a TV program that covers news and events here at Rowan College of South Jersey.  RCSJ Today airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Comcast Channel 97 or FiOS Channel 34 in Gloucester County.  A new episode airs approximately every four weeks.  Click the links below to watch the program on YouTube.

Episode #3

You may watch the entire program by clicking here:  RCSJ Today #3 Full Episode 

You may also watch the individual segments.  This episode features:

  • RCSJ Class of 2020 graduate George Guy III talks with Executive Director of Student Engagement Samantha Van Kooy about how Rowan College of South Jersey celebrated the accomplishments of the Class of 2020
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  • Prof. Lavett Ballard describes how she was selected to create a special cover for Time magazine, and shares her journey from community college student to internationally-recognized emerging artist. 
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  • Members of the RCSJ Gloucester Campus Music Society gather together virtually to sing Lean on Me



Episode #2

You may watch the entire episode by clicking here:  RCSJ Today #2 Full Episode

You may also watch the individual segments.  This episode features:


  • Director of Performing Arts Prof. Deborah Bradshaw describes the innovative way the Theater Program for students at the Cumberland Campus has been adapted for online learning. Click here to watch

  • Angie Pachini catches up with RCSJ faculty member Brian Buttler about how he has been using his communication and networking skills to spread a daily dose of kindness during these challenging times.  Click here to watch

  • Provost and Vice President of Academic Services Dr. Brenden Rickards gives an update on the need to move to online learning for the spring semester.  Click here to watch

  • PTK Co-advisor Shawn Rutter chats with NJ State PTK President Candice Giunta about Gloucester Campus Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society activities and accomplishments.  Click here to watch

  • RCSJ student Blessing Ike speaks with Ya Vanca Brooks about Diversity Committee activities that promote civility, respect, and inclusion.  Click here to watch   

  • Even though they can’t perform together in person, instructor Jim Boeckle found a way to bring the RCSJ Gloucester Music Society together to raise their voices with an encouraging song.  RCSJ Music Society sings True Colors  


Episode #1

You may watch the entire episode by clicking here:  RCSJ Today #1 Full Episode

You may also watch the individual segments.  This episode features:

 

  • Historic Merger – RCSJ President Dr. Frederick Keating discusses the historic merger of Cumberland County College and Rowan College of Gloucester County that has resulted in the first regional, dual-campus college in New Jersey.  Click here to view this segment

  • Groundbreaking Eds, Meds, and Commerce project – RCSJ President Dr. Frederick Keating recounts what led to the groundbreaking of the “Eds, Meds, and Commerce” construction projects and the unique partnerships that will bring together an innovative college, prestigious medical school, and labor and commerce resources at new facilities on the RCSJ Gloucester campus.  Click here to view this segment

  • Academic Division Update – RCSJ President Dr. Frederick Keating provides an update on the changes being planned for academic divisions that will result in clear career pathways and provide more seamless transfer opportunities.  Click here to view this segment

  • 3+1 Program – RCSJ President Dr. Frederick Keating describes the innovative 3+1 program, a unique opportunity for students to earn a Rowan University bachelor’s degree for less than $30,000 by paying three years at the community college cost and the final year at the university rate.  Click here to view this segment

  • Rowan College Soccer Derby – RCSJ President Dr. Frederick Keating recaps the Rowan College Derby – the first time the Gloucester campus Roadrunners faced the Cumberland campus Dukes since coming together as Rowan College of South Jersey.   The men’s and women’s soccer teams met up on fields of the Rowan University soccer stadium for this historic double-header.  Click here to view this segment


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