William Paterson University’s bowling team is one of 16 in the country to qualify for the 2023 Intercollegiate Team Championships, which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 19 to 22. This is the sixth consecutive year the University's team qualified for nationals.
A new undergraduate certificate program called Peace Corps Prep combines targeted coursework with hands-on experience, building the competencies needed for students to be strong Peace Corps volunteers or other intercultural fieldworkers.
88.7 WPSC-FM (Brave New Radio) brought home awards for Best On-Air Personality, Best Program Director, and Best Community Outreach Event. WPTV-6 was recognized for Best Variety Program and Best Sports Program.
The award funds a collaborative project between the University’s Department of Music, University Galleries, and University Performing Arts in support of broader access to the arts for special needs populations.
After 12 years of service, Hawkins retired from the Board of Trustees in 1992 to become a founding member of the William Paterson University Foundation Board, where he served for 30 years until his death in December 2022.
At age 36, this community advocate hopes to use her bachelor's degree in disability studies as gateway to additional success.
Burks was inducted into the national Track and Field Coaches Hall of Fame run by The Armory Foundation—a nonprofit organization that dedicates itself to serving youth by promoting a love of fitness, sport, and education.
“It is important for students to begin to tell their own stories, to realize their own personal world and what is interesting and unique to their identity. Most often, personal stories are universally relatable,” says Robin Schwartz, professor of photography.