Three faculty scholars from William Paterson University were awarded Fulbright awards for 2019-2020: Nicole Davi, environmental science; David M. Freestone, psychology; and Gabe T. Wang, sociology. William Paterson University now boasts 35 Fulbright U.S. Scholars total.
This year’s theme “Reclaiming and Creating our Legacy” was rooted in understanding the origins of African-American heritage and learning how to continue creating positive legacies for generations to come.
"Valiant Women of the Vote,” celebrating the centennial anniversary of the 19th amendment, is this year’s theme as William Paterson University celebrates Women’s History Month in March with lectures, discussions and civic events.
A highly accomplished executive in the media and entertainment industry, Kozaki established the Professor Mark Kozaki ’79, MA ’80 and Family Communication Department Endowed Scholarship to benefit undergraduate students majoring in communication.
After graduation, Briggs hopes to work with transition-age youth – those between 16 and 25 years old – in low-income areas. She is especially interested in working with immigrant youth, and working in areas that have high rates of undocumented immigrant populations.
William Paterson's award-winning student-run radio station, WPSC 88.7 FM Brave New Radio, broadcasted live from the Guglielmo Marconi Museum in Bologna, Italy, in celebration of World Radio Day 2020 on Thursday, February 13.
The Civic Literacy Initiative that launched in Cheng Library last year is growing this semester, with additional workshops and programming in support of the University’s commitment to civic engagement.