TCNJ Magazine - Spring 2017

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11 9 Journalism professor Emilie Lounsberry co-authored an article about the rampant practice of court witnesses giving false testimony (Philadelphia Inquirer, April 2, 2017). 10 So cool Travers-Wolfe is getting a makeover. The Towers' renovation will add air conditioning and new bathrooms. Completion estimate: summer 2022. 11 Forty-four The number of students graduating with an interactive multimedia degree this year. It is the largest graduating class since the major was introduced in 2001. 12 Pulling rank TCNJ landed at No. 29 among the top 100 public schools nationwide in Kiplinger's Best College Values 2017 and No. 1 among New Jersey publics. 14 Triple threat Not only are juniors Shawn, Stephany, and Shayna Rumrill the only set of triplets on campus, they're all on the dean's list. The trio — two chemistry majors and an early education major — commute in from Flemington, New Jersey, together each day. "I'm the black sheep who doesn't talk science, so I sit in the back," says Stephany. "But she does get to pick the radio station," says Shawn. 13 Say ahhhhh! Students now get a hospital-like experience in the new 3,000-square-foot Nursing Simulation Laboratory in Forcina Hall. The lab features two exam rooms, four beds, and a debriefing room, as well as mannequins with monitors that record students for later critique. 8 She so fly Amanda Norvell, biology professor and fan of the fruit fly, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the National Drosophila Board of Directors — aka the Fly Board. 7 Dance machine Dance marathon TCNJam 2017 raised more than $95,000 for the B+ Foundation in March. The Wilmington, Delaware–based charity supports the families of kids diagnosed with cancer. Stephany, Shawn and Shayna Rumrill

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