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  • Heading to the Atlantic City Airshow this week? Stockton Atlantic City’s parking lots are open to the general public. Locations include a surface lot on Hartford Avenue and the Boardwalk and a parking garage on Atlantic Avenue and Lincoln Place. Details and rates are explained on the website.

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Stockton University
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  • If you're in town for Atlantic City's Airshow this week, be sure to visit the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University to see the Smithsonian's "100 Faces of War" traveling exhibition.

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Stockton University
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  • Have you ever been to the western Aleutian Islands of Alaska? We hadn’t either! Not until Bobbi Hornbeck ’08, adjunct faculty of Sociology and Anthropology at Stockton, shared this 360-degree aerial shot a drone captured during her research there this summer. Learn more about her work, receiving a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, and how students and graduates are helping her in this feature story: http://bit.ly/2KMnXsd

    Stockton University School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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  • Welcome to Atlantic City's University District. The installation of about 75 banners along a number of blocks surrounding Stockton's campus began this week with help from the NJ Casino Reinvestment Development Authority's Special Improvement Division. "This is a way for us to celebrate this beautiful neighborhood as well as hopefully encourage people and businesses to move in," said Brian Jackson, chief operating officer for Stockton Atlantic City.

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  • It's #NationalRelaxationDay. Where do you go to relax at Stockton University?

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Stockton University
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  • Join Stockton on the beach and Boardwalk to watch the Atlantic City Airshow and enjoy a barbecue. Proceeds benefit the Got Your Six Emergency Fund, which helps Stockton's student veterans. Parking is free at the public garage on Atlantic Ave. when your ticket is validated at the event registration table.

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    Stockton Student Veteran Organization (SVO)
    Stockton University Military and Veteran Services

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  • The time has come to register your vehicle(s) for the 2019-2020 academic year. The deadline is Sept. 3. Get started at stockton.aimsparking.com. Once you check out, your vehicle is registered to park in its designated lots, and your license plate is your permit.

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  • Ospreys! No matter where you live or when you graduated, your unique Stockton experience is what makes us the University we are today. On October 2, join Stockton University Alumni and your fellow Ospreys to become ONE Stockton for #OspreysGive – Stockton University’s Giving Day. This is one short day to show our shared pride and support the programs or causes that will move our university forward. Together, our impact as one Stockton will soar! Stay tuned for more details.

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  • #WildlifeWednesday: Brandon Henry, a junior Biology major, shares his love for animals by shedding light on wildlife conservation and South Jersey’s unique ecology. For his internship project at The Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor, he’s literally shining UV lights to reveal a rarely seen beauty that some aquatic creatures possess—the ability to fluoresce. He developed an activity where guests can use UV lights to observe this phenomenon in aquarium settings. As an education intern, Brandon also guides saltmarsh and birding walks, presents creature features, leads kayak trips, and helps with aquarium feedings and maintenance. In late July, he had what he describes as “one of my most remarkable wildlife experiences to date” banding Black Skimmer chicks. Brandon shares this exciting opportunity in his own words below.

    “It was a cool late evening, and we departed from Stone Harbor Point to walk down a beach that has a protected area for beach-nesting birds. Black skimmers are resplendent birds with proportionally long and thin wings, a white underside and pitch black upper portions. Their eyes have a vertical pupil like a cat or viper, which helps reduce glare as they feed. Their feeding method is how they got the “skimmer” part of their name. Their lower beak is elongated, and in an orchestrated flight, they skim it along the water’s surface and snap it shut when it contacts a fish. Sadly though, these unique birds are threatened with only about 70,000 left on the entire planet. That’s why we had to band the chicks. Their unique serial number and color, if reported when sighted, allows for updates on the individuals. Sighting a banded bird helps scientists to know where they came from, where they are now, and what type of location they’re at as well as time of year and weather conditions. We went during the night so that the birds would be less stressed and less likely to overheat. Under state permits, experienced biologists carefully caught fledgling birds that were almost full size, but unable to fly, making them ideal for banding, as the band stays on for life and cannot hinder the bird’s survival by being too tight or catching debris. Our headlamps were set to red infrared to minimize disruption of their night vision. Birds were banded on each leg, had weight and size measurements taken, and then released afterwards. I was cautious when I held my first skimmer. I didn’t want to risk losing my grip on it or having too tight of a grip. I quickly adjusted my holding for my skimmer, and from here, the fun really kicked off. After I released my first, I grabbed a second, who was quite docile. My last two were jerks (I’m not sugar coating it). They screeched and kicked their toothpick legs like it was no one's business. Despite their feisty side, I adored interacting with them and watching their antics was hilarious. Seeing them get released into the night to reunite with their parents was a touching sight. The skimmers we banded will provide a lifetime of valuable readings that will let us know where they go and when, and what habitats they prefer so we can better protect them from the threats they face. With measures like this, if all goes well, black skimmers may once again be plentiful birds that will fascinate people for generations to come.”

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  • Stockton University is inviting vendors and non-sales exhibitors to participate in Coast Day on Sunday, Oct. 13, at the Atlantic City campus. The day features lectures, a touch tank, wave tank, art and activities related to the coastal environment and marine life. #StocktonCoastDay

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  • #TurtleTuesday: A very special Diamondback terrapin came to The Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor this summer. After being delivered for an injury, the staff discovered that she was a 19-year-old tagged terrapin that was born through a rescue and head-start program. She hatched from an egg that was rescued from a road-killed mother and then raised in a lab until she was ready to enter the wild saltmarsh. Stockton works with the Wetlands to give terrapins a second chance, and in this case, that second chance is nearly two decades strong.

    Stockton University School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
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  • Educators and family members of survivor say that the Holocaust must be taught with sensitivity and thoughtfulness. The second bi-annual Wally and Lutz Hammerschlag Summer Educator Seminar was held at Stockton University Atlantic City.

    Holocaust & Genocide Studies at Stockton University
    Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center
    Stockton University School of General Studies

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  • Picture Stockton...helping girls sea a future in science. This photo story follows rising eighth-grade girls on a field trip to an Atlantic City beach during AAUW Tech Trek camp.

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  • Help us welcome new Stockton University School of Business Dean Alphonso Ogbuehi. He's only been at Stockton for a few weeks, but he’s already full of energy and ideas to expand the profile of the program, especially at the new Atlantic City Academic Center. Fun Fact: As a Fulbright Scholar, Ogbuehi travelled to Sub-Sahara Africa where his work focused on the role of universities as catalysts for regional economic development.

    Read more at https://stockton.edu/news/2019/new-business-dean-alphonso-ogbuehi.html

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  • Chris Miller and Gabriel Fierros are two out of 100 military veterans who were painted by Boston artist Matt Mitchell for the Smithsonian 100 Faces of War exhibit now on display at the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City through Oct. 6. Miller and Fierros visited the exhibit with their families and shared their stories with viewers. Check out the story at https://stockton.edu/news/2019/100-faces-of-war-reception.html

    Stockton University Military and Veteran Services
    Stockton Student Veteran Organization (SVO)
    Smithsonian

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  • Brian Jackson, chief operating officer for Atlantic City, spoke about Stockton Atlantic City with Bob Kelly FOX 29 during a Shore Town Takeover at the Steel Pier. Students interested in taking a class at Stockton AC can search courses in the goPortal

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  • Kennedy Hubbard, a 2019 Psychology graduate, spent her first eight months in the pediatric intensive care unit at A.I. duPont Hospital for Children| Nemours for a rare condition called lymphatic malformation (LM). This summer, she is back at the hospital as an intern where she's setting an example for other LM kids and demonstrating that anything is possible.

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  • Some watched in awe. Others stared and listened. Some wept. Fifty participants on a Stockton University trip traveled a few hours up the Parkway in July then journeyed back some 75 years. What they saw and heard was the most comprehensive exhibit dedicated to the history of Auschwitz and its role in the Holocaust ever presented in North America, according to the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, in New York City, where it is on display.

    Holocaust & Genocide Studies at Stockton University
    Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center
    Stockton University School of General Studies
    The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University

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  • Watch Stockton’s terrapins on the news tonight.

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  • Have you completed the Consent & Respect online module? All new and returning students must finish the program by Aug. 19. Log into the GoStockton portal to access the program. Email consent.respect@stockton.edu with questions. https://stockton.edu/portal/login.html

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  • #WildlifeWednesday: A healthy oyster population means a healthy bay. Pictured is Christine Thompson, assistant professor of Marine Science, looking through bags of young oysters growing on whelk shells during an oyster restoration program with the American Littoral Society in Ocean Gate, N.J.

    Stockton University Marine Field Station
    Stockton University School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
    Stockton University Coastal Research Center
    The Oyster Farmers
    Jetty

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  • #StocktonThenAndNow: Who remembers G-Wing Cafeteria? Pictured are the N-Wing Cafeteria, which is still open today, and the Campus Center Coffeehouse. Today's osprey favorites include Starbucks and Dunkin' on the Galloway campus and Carluccio's Coal Fired Pizza in Atlantic City.

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  • Let’s #followtheshell in honor of #NationalOysterDay. This shell was once a baby oyster that settled and grew up on an oyster reef in a bay. It grew to market size, was harvested and then served at a seafood restaurant. And now (the coolest part of the journey), it has arrived at the Stockton University Marine Field Station so it can be recycled back into the bay to create habitat for more oysters. The Field Station works with Christine Thompson, assistant professor of Marine Science, and Dale Parsons of Parsons Seafood to plant and monitor oysters at the Tuckerton experimental reef. They go a step beyond returning recycled shell to the bay by raising young oysters that set on those recycled shells to add both habitat and oysters to the ecosystem. You can see the baby oysters (called spat), which look like splotches on the shell. Finally, this shell will live in the bay again to provide habitat for more oysters. This research is funded by the Barnegat Bay Partnership. The Jetty Rock Foundation and Long Beach Township also have a recycling program for Long Beach Island seafood restaurants. Pictured are some of the creatures that live on the Tuckerton Reef and the R/V Petrel that gets the scientists to the reef site.

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Stockton University
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  • Are you a New Jersey small business looking to do business with New Jersey state colleges and universities? A workshop will be held at Stockton Atlantic City on Aug. 13 with Stockton University, Rutgers University and Rowan University participating. The New Jersey Department of Treasury, Small, Minority, Women, Veteran & Disable Veteran Owned Business Certification Unit as well as the Stockton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and NJIT Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) will be present. Register for free at www.stockton.edu/sbworkshop.

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