The Foundation recognized Elayan for her essay, “The Moral Dilemma of Living.” She was the only winner from a regional public institution. “I don’t think that it even really set in, like what I won, and the prestige of the scholarship I won, until I was at the dinner, and I had people coming up to me, explaining the feat of what I’ve done and how much they loved my piece,” she said.
“The music business changes rapidly, and we work hard to keep up with the trends and provide students with the real world, hands-on experience they need to attain internships and jobs in the industry,” says David Kirk Philp, assistant professor of music and coordinator of the music and entertainment industries program.
The American Heart Association’s Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Scholars Program supports promising undergraduate students who are committed to diminishing health inequities in Latino communities. Sanchez, a junior biology major pursuing a pre-medical professions concentration at WP, maintains a 4.0 grade point average and is a member of the University’s Honors College.
Two wellness days were integrated into the fall 2022 semester calendar during which classes would not be held, assignments would not be due, and faculty and staff could take part in various on-campus and virtual training sessions and events on topics related to mental wellness.
The two-day symposium, hosted by the University’s Center for Chinese Art, will feature academic presentations, discussions, and art exhibitions designed to offer a fresh look at the historical orientation of the Silk Road and the “Silk City” of Paterson. All events are free and open to the public and will be held in person as well as streamed online.
Michael Eric Dyson, the best-selling author of Unequal: A Story of America, will examine how racial inequality permeates every facet of American society through the lens of those pushing for meaningful change during his appearance on campus.
Professor Russell, of the educational leadership and professional studies department, takes the helm of an academic journal that recognizes, celebrates, and propagates the work of scholars of the African diaspora around the globe.
“In an increasingly interconnected world, the more opportunities we can provide our students to study with and learn from people from other nations and cultures, the better prepared they will be for successful careers and rewarding lives after graduation,” says William Paterson President Richard J. Helldobler.
Professor Brillante, who led the development of WP’s pioneering disability studies major, will be the only member of the advisory panel representing New Jersey institutions of higher education that prepare special education and related services personnel.
Located in Hamilton Hall, the lab is outfitted with cutting-edge programs such as Brandwatch, Sprout Social, and NodeXL. Students can conduct consumer research, manage multiple social media platforms, conduct social media campaign projects for real clients, and research advanced metrics used by industry professionals in their prospective fields.