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RCBC in the News

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Rowan College at Burlington County’s most recent headlines:

Rowan College at Burlington County is helping students make the right choice. The choice that allows them to be free from debt and poised for success. Burlington County Times.

This fall, RCBC will launch a new honors initiative with four academically-rigorous courses to challenge students. Philadelphia Inquirer, Shamong Sun, The Mt. Laurel Sun, and Cinnaminson Patch.

Executive Director of Enrollment Management Dr. Karen Archambault was elected to the Board of Directors for NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising. Cinnaminson Patch.

RCBC announced that the Science, Mathematics and Technology (SMT) division will become the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division to better convey the breadth of the college offerings and more closely align RCBC with four-year institutions, namely our premier partner Rowan University and its high-quality engineering programs, like its bachelor of science in mechanical engineering, which will be coming to the Mount Laurel campus in fall 2017. Innovation New Jersey.

Philosophy faculty member Dr. Jack Kerwick, received cheers from The Trentonian for his collection of essays "The American Offensive: Dispatches from the Front." Kerwick is a product of community colleges and lives in Mount Laurel. Jack will be signing his book at the Moorestown Barnes & Noble at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 4.

The RCBC Foundation Board announced a new leadership team with Chair Tony Mahon at the helm to better serve students. Cinnaminson Patch and New Jersey Business.

Lady Baron Amber Steen, a two-year starter and goalkeeper on the RCBC women’s soccer team earned distinction as a “Woman of the Year” by the N.J. Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women at the 24th annual N.J. National Girls and Women in Sports Day awards luncheon. The Star-Ledger.

RCBC's summer programs registration is open. The camps, geared to different ages from 6 to 18, now offer wrap-around activities for working families. Topics include sports, science, art and college prep. Cinnaminson Patch.

Alexandra O’Neil, the Rowan Relations Coordinator, was listed as one of the “Names to Know” in the February issue of South Jersey Magazine.

Adjunct faculty member Luis Olivieri directs Hopeworks, a tech-job-training nonprofit that is mapping water lines in Camden. Philadelphia Inquirer.

Sophia Rogers, of Mansfield, won Best Junior dog handler from the Westminster Kennel Club, and plans to attend RCBC. Burlington County Times.

The Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce has a new home. Burlington County Times.

A book of poems attributed to the late prominent community member, Mansfield resident and Columbus Grange member, Walter Bowne, was published with the assistance of RCBC. The sale from the book will benefit the Columbus Grange organization. Burlington County Times.