What’s happening: Middle States visit, several outreach events, and a faculty retrospective in the Marlin Gallery.
The Marlin Gallery will host an opening reception March 7 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for Kay’s World: A Selection of Work, 1977 – 2018, which showcases the work of Professor Klotzbach (Arts). The show will stay in the Marlin Gallery until April 6.
Our Middle States team visit is Monday, March 26 to Wednesday, March 28. Reviewers from the team will have a home base in Roosevelt 102 and will also tour the campus and meet with our students, faculty, and staff on the Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill locations. You will notice red signs on campus that say “How much do you know?” These signs are strategic and meant to get students to go to a page on our website where they will find FAQs about the Middle States visit.
On March 9 from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the College will host the S.U.R.E (Students United for Respect and Equity) Summit. The Summit provides youth with an engaging experience focused on tolerance, diversity, respect, and equity through large and small group discussion and presentations. The students will take tours of the campus and attend breakout sessions about college affordability and the registration process.
Type One Nation Summits are single-day, education-based summits hosted by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund chapters throughout the county. They are designed to provide information for people of all ages and stages of type one diabetes and their loved ones. On March 10 we will host a summit from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Connector Building.
The Camden County School Counselors Association will host its annual Focus on Your Future Fair March 14 at the Blackwood campus from 6 to 8 p.m. This program provides the opportunity to meet with over 100 colleges, trade schools, technical schools and military representatives.
We are pleased to announce the return of the 37th Annual Coriell Institute Science Fair on Saturday, March 17. For more than 30 years, Coriell Institute for Medical Research has hosted its annual Science Fair, showcasing the very best of South Jersey’s science programs. Bright young students from Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties in grades 6 through 12 demonstrate their passion for science in exceptional projects that span the sciences, including biochemistry, botany, computer science, mathematics, medicine and health, physics, and zoology. Two competitors, an 11th-grader with a winning physical/life sciences entry and an 11th-grader with a winning technological sciences entry, will be awarded two-year scholarships to CCC. From 11 to 11:30 a.m. parents, teachers, sponsors, and friends can visit students and view the projects in the Papiano Gymnasium. The awards ceremony will occur from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Dennis Flyer Theater.