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  • 12/03 | Singers with Disabilities Share Important Lessons About Inclusion and Belonging with Centenary University Students
    Partnership between Centenary University and Abilities of Northwest Jersey Inc. is marked by music, friendship, and opportunities for mutual learning HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 3, 2021—Centenary University was the venue for a recent music lesson from a talented group of singers with disabilities who tour northwestern New Jersey to share their love of music, forge friendships, […]
  • 11/30 | Centenary University’s Jesslyn Bryk-Lucy, D.V.M., Selected Veterinarian of the Year by International Therapeutic Riding Association
    Prestigious honor presented by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International was chosen from a pool of equine veterinarians around the world HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 30, 2021— Jesslyn Bryk-Lucy, D.V.M., Centenary University’s resident veterinarian and assistant professor of equine studies, has been named Veterinarian of the Year by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International […]
  • 11/16 | Centenary University Earns First Patent for Invention Developed by Enactus Competitive Student Business Team
    Shieldz Wearable Technologies is a fatigue alert device to detect drowsiness in truck drivers and other motorists. Hackettstown, N.J., Nov. 16, 2021—Creative thinking and hard work by Enactus—Centenary’s competitive business team—have paid off bigtime, earning the University its first patent for a fatigue alert device designed by students who have worked on its development since 2016. […]
  • 11/11 | The Secret to Their Success: Leadership Culture Creates High Expectations for Underserved Students Enrolled in Centenary University’s Educational Opportunity Program
    Graduate from North Brunswick, NJ, is a recent recipient of the EOP Outstanding Achievement Award from the New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education’s Office. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 11, 2021—As a high school student, Brandon Yu couldn’t envision himself attending college. A resident of North Brunswick, NJ, he faced two major hurdles that many first generation […]
  • 11/08 | Centenary University Names Air Force Educational Program for Enlisted Medal of Honor Recipient
    Hidden for decades, the story of Medal of Honor recipient CMSgt Richard L. Etchberger now inspires young people to lives of leadership and service.  HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 8, 2021—In 1968, the United States military launched a covert operation high atop a mountain in Laos, near the border of North Vietnam. One of the first to […]
  • 11/04 | Centenary University Launches New Teacher Leader Endorsement Program
    HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 4, 2021—Centenary University has introduced a four-course program leading to a Teacher Leader Endorsement (TLE) for certified New Jersey teachers who want to expand their professional opportunities and improve their leadership skills. The courses are also included in Centenary’s Master of Education in Educational Practices program, making the TLE an excellent stepping […]
  • 11/01 | This Barbie is More Than Just a Pretty Face
    One of the newest horses at Centenary University will serve riders with disabilities as part of the Equestrian Center’s therapeutic riding program. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 1, 2021—A new horse at Centenary University may sport a glamorous name, but Barbie is much more than just a pretty face. Acquired through the generosity of an anonymous donor, […]
  • 10/25 | University Vaccine Mandates: Is There a Better Way?
    With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granting full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, more colleges and universities are enacting vaccine mandates for their campus communities. While requiring vaccines of students and faculty members will no doubt help to stem the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant across campuses, I question if such […]
  • 10/23 | Stripe the Field Pink – Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    UPDATED: Monday, Oct. 25, 1PM Centenary University’s field hockey team spearheaded an initiative called Stripe the Field Pink to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which runs Oct. 1-31. Cyclones Michaela Thiessen ’23 of Augusta, NJ, and Victoria Schirripa ’24 of Howell, NJ, initially proposed the idea, and Head Coach Stephen Speirs arranged for the field to be […]
  • 10/19 | Film by Centenary University student Isaiah Anderson was recognized with the 2021 Director’s Choice Award
    Award-winning Student Documentary Explores 20th Century African American Professionals Who Founded the Black Professional Zone in Westfield, NJ Film by Centenary University student Isaiah Anderson was recognized with the 2021 Director’s Choice Award at the 47th New Jersey Young Filmmakers Festival.   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 19, 2021— Growing up in Westfield, NJ, Isaiah was one […]
  • 10/12 | $300,000 grant to Centenary University
    Centenary University Awarded $300,000 Department of Justice Grant Second three-year grant received by the University will fund ongoing initiatives to support survivors of sexual assault and violence. Hackettstown, N.J., Oct. 11, 2021—The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded a $300,000 grant to Centenary University to continue Cyclone Strong, an initiative to strengthen awareness, prevention, and […]
  • 10/05 | Centenary Prof King of the Hill in Equine Industry
    In New Jersey’s Thriving Equine Industry, this Centenary University Professor is King of The Hill Noted equine professional Michael Dowling and partners open The Hill, a New Jersey horse farm, providing Centenary students with internships and career opportunities.   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 5, 2021—Michael Dowling’s career in the equine industry is riding high with the […]
  • 10/04 | Centenary Top Performer on Social Mobility
    Centenary University is proud to be recognized by US News and World Reports for Top Performers on Social Mobility Economically disadvantaged students are less likely than others to finish college, even when controlling for other characteristics. But some colleges are more successful than others at advancing social mobility by enrolling and graduating large proportions of […]
  • 09/22 | Tips for Managing COVID-19
    College Stress: Five Ways Students and Faculty Can Navigate in Uncertain Times Centenary University Counseling Center Director Mikolaya Nynka offers tips for faculty and students on embracing the gray space caused by the ever-shifting nature of COVID-19.     HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Sept. 22, 2021—With college students back on campuses across the country, a host of […]
  • 09/07 | 9/11 20th Anniversary Remembrance Event at Centenary University
    What:                          9/11 20th Anniversary Remembrance Event at Centenary University When:                         Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021 – 4:30 pm-6 pm Where:                         Centenary University 400 Jefferson St. Hackettstown, NJ 07840 Front lawn of the Edward W. Seay Building Schedule 4:30 pm 20th Anniversary Twilight Remembrance Ceremony on the front lawn of the Edward W. Seay […]
  • 09/01 | US Open Serves Up Career Experience for Student
    US Open Serves Up Career Experience for Centenary University Student Internship at national tennis championships prepares Chelsea T. Estacio of Dover, NJ, for career in sports and entertainment management.   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Sept. 1, 2021—Centenary University student Chelsea T. Estacio is rubbing elbows with some heavy hitters as an intern at this year’s United States […]
  • 08/18 | Rotary Lauds Centenary Professor
    Hackettstown Rotary Club Lauds Centenary University Professor Linda Poisseroux, Ph.D., of Mount Olive is recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow for her contributions in supporting the organization’s mission   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 18, 2021—The Hackettstown Rotary Club has recognized Centenary University professor Linda Poisseroux, Ph.D., as a Paul Harris Fellow, an honor reserved for members […]
  • 07/30 | It’s a Whole New World for Small Businesses
    It’s a Whole New World for Small Businesses Trying to Adapt to the  Post-pandemic Marketplace Centenary University’s student consultants assist local businesses to reinvent themselves amidst marketplace change accelerated by the pandemic.   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 30, 2021—The business forecast is bright for ARTstitution, a small Hackettstown storefront that once thrived on in-person paint and sip parties. Shutting […]
  • 07/29 | Academic Success Part of Centenary Athletics
    Academic Success is All Part of the Program for Centenary University Athletics The Cyclones men’s basketball team and four players recently earned national academic honors, inspired by coaches who received master’s degrees at the 2021 commencement. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, July 29, 2021—Centenary University men’s basketball coaches lead by example, on the court and in the classroom. […]
  • 07/20 | The World Needs the Olympic Games
    2021 Olympics: Now More Than Ever, the World Needs the Olympic Games, Says Former U.S. Olympic Committee Member Jeanne Murphy For Hackettstown resident and first lady of Centenary University, Olympics represent an opportunity to promote international cooperation amidst pandemic-related isolation   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, July 19, 2021—With the Tokyo Olympic Games starting later this week, Jeanne […]
  • 07/15 | Centenary Launches New Business Concentrations
    Centenary University Launches New Business Concentrations in Supply Chain Management and Project Management New academic programs address the growing need for trained professionals who can maximize strategies and efficiencies in today’s increasingly complex business environment.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, July 15, 2021—Centenary University has introduced two new business concentrations in supply chain management and project management […]
  • 07/07 | Nine Named to Centenary University Board of Trustees
    Nine Named to Centenary University Board of Trustees Area business leaders have been appointed to four-year terms on the governing body of the University, the intellectual and cultural heart of the Skylands Region. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 7, 2021—Nine outstanding business leaders were recently named to four-year terms on the Centenary University Board of Trustees, Board […]
  • 06/21 | Centenary University to Join Atlantic East Conference
    Centenary University to Join Atlantic East Conference Membership in the Atlantic East Conference will strengthen the Cyclone athletics brand and expand the University’s potential recruitment marketing along the eastern seaboard.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, June 18, 2021—Centenary University today announced its intent to become a member of the Atlantic East Conference, with the University’s Cyclone athletics […]
  • 06/15 | Centenary Education Students Earn State Recognition 
    Centenary University Education Students Earn State Recognition Three students honored at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Awards Ceremony Hackettstown, N.J., June 15, 2021—Three Centenary University students were recognized for excellence at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Awards Ceremony, which was held virtually on June 9. The awards are co-sponsored […]
  • 06/14 | Marketplace Simulation Lands Business Students in Top 10 Percent
    Global Success: Marketplace Simulation Skills Land Centenary University Business Students Among Top 10 Percent in the World HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, June 14, 2021—Business students at Centenary University recently placed among the top 10 percent of college students in the world in a simulation requiring them to execute a complete business strategy using evidence-based decision making. Presented […]
  • 05/27 | Post-pandemic Reentry
    Will Be Difficult for Some
    Centenary University Professor and Practicing Licensed Professional Counselor Says Post-pandemic Reentry Will Be Difficult for Some Increase in pandemic-related mental health and addiction issues expected by mental health professionals, according to Keith Morgen, Ph.D.    HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, May 27, 2021—With COVID-19 case numbers dropping in most areas of the country, the CDC and local elected […]
  • 05/21 | Students Honored at Centenary Awards Ceremony
    Centenary University Honors 19 Students at Annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony Outdoor event recognized contributions to the University and service to the local community   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., May 20, 2021—Centenary University recognized 19 students, as well as an advisor and the University’s competitive business team, at the annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony. The ceremony, which […]
  • 05/10 | Califon Resident is Valedictorian for Class of ’21
    Califon Resident is Valedictorian for the Centenary University Class of 2021 Biology major Kevin Chroback addressed the graduates at the University’s 146th commencement on Saturday, May 8   Hackettstown, NJ, May 10, 2021—Califon, NJ, resident Kevin Chroback delivered the valedictory address at the 146th commencement of Centenary University on Saturday, May 8, on the University’s […]
  • 05/09 | 430 Grads Earn Degrees at Centenary’s 146th Commencement
    430 Graduates Earn Degrees at Centenary University’s 146th Commencement In keeping with the University’s Centenary Choice initiative, members of the Class of 2021 could attend commencement in person or virtually, respecting the comfort level of each graduate.   Hackettstown, N.J., May 8, 2021—Centenary University awarded degrees to 430 graduates at its 146th commencement, which was […]
  • 05/05 | COVID Doctor to Deliver Commencement Address
    Prominent Frontline COVID Doctor to Deliver Centenary University Commencement Address Aakash Shah, M.D., has helped to shape national healthcare policy and was honored at the White House for his role in grassroots effort to promote the Affordable Care Act.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, May 5, 2021—Aakash Shah, M.D., believes deeply in bringing your head, heart, and […]
  • 05/04 | Centenary Student is Vaccine Hero for NJ Seniors
    Centenary University Student is Vaccine Hero for New Jersey Seniors Hackettstown Resident Delaney Stewart has made more than 75 vaccine appointments for elderly strangers and people with preexisting conditions   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, May 4, 2021—Delaney Stewart is one of New Jersey’s heroes in the fight against COVID-19. A sophomore psychology major at Centenary University, the […]
  • 05/03 | New Computer Science Major at Centenary
    Centenary University to Launch New Computer Science Major Supported by Google Through a private college consortium, the University will collaborate with Google and nationally recognized partners to offer industry-relevant academic program. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 30, 2021—Centenary University is collaborating with Google and a host of private colleges on a new computer science major inspired by […]
  • 04/28 | Centenary Benefits from Donor Planting Trees
    Centenary University Benefits from Hackettstown Donor/Resident Planting Trees for Earth Day   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 28, 2021—On Friday, April 23 Centenary University became a beneficiary of a town-wide beautification project launched by a generous donation of trees from Steve and Sharon Somers. Mr. Somers, a resident of Hackettstown, and a former Trustee of Centenary University, […]
  • 04/27 | Centenary to Hold In-person Commencement Ceremonies
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Centenary University to Hold In-person Commencement Ceremonies for the Class of 2021 In keeping with the University’s Centenary Choice initiative, members of the Class of 2021 can attend commencement in person or virtually, respecting the comfort level of each graduate.   Hackettstown, N.J., April 27, 2021—Centenary University will hold its 146th commencement […]
  • 04/26 | Centenary Introduces New Degree in Public Health
    Centenary University Introduces New Degree in Public Health Program will prepare students to enter a dynamic field that is critical to the ongoing pandemic response and to the overall promotion of health and wellness     Hackettstown, N.J., April 26, 2021—Centenary University has launched a new Bachelor of Science in Public Health, the latest in […]
  • 04/26 | 20 Students Recognized at Awards Ceremony
    Centenary University Recognizes Outstanding Students at Virtual Academic Awards Ceremony 20 students lauded for notable academic achievement during April 22 event   Hackettstown, N.J., April 23, 2021—Centenary University recognized 20 students for outstanding academic achievement at a virtual Academic Awards Ceremony held on Thursday, April 22. In keeping with Centenary tradition, the annual event was […]
  • 04/22 | 15 Students to Present Research at Annual Symposium
    Centenary University Selects 15 Students to Present Independent Research at Annual Academic Symposium Virtual event showcases in-depth research conducted by students, alongside faculty researchers who are experts in their fields   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 22, 2021—Centenary University showcased outstanding research conducted by 15 undergraduate and graduate students at its annual Academic Symposium, which was held […]
  • 04/21 | Frontline COVID Doctor to Deliver Commencement Address
    Prominent Frontline COVID Doctor to Deliver Centenary University Commencement Address Aakash Shah, M.D., has helped to shape national healthcare policy and was honored at the White House for his role in grassroots effort to promote the Affordable Care Act.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 21, 2021—Aakash Shah, M.D., believes deeply in bringing your head, heart, and […]
  • 04/20 | Centenary Strengthens Partnership with SCCC
    Centenary University Strengthens Partnership with Sussex County Community College Beginning in fall 2021, the University will offer residential opportunities to SCCC students, creating a more seamless path to transfer after earning an associate degree.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 19, 2021—Centenary University has strengthened its partnership with Sussex County Community College (SCCC) through an agreement to […]
  • 04/16 | Centenary University Announces Partnership with Edcor
    Centenary University Announces Partnership with Edcor Program provides economic advantages for employees of participating businesses who enroll at the University for degree or continuing education courses HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 16, 2021—Centenary University has entered into a partnership with Edcor, a Michigan-based education program assistance company, that helps connect businesses with educational partners to create pathways […]
  • 04/15 | Centenary University Wellness Days Replace Spring Break
    Centenary University Wellness Days Replace Spring Break During Spring Semester New initiative is designed to minimize the spread of COVID-19, while providing opportunities for students to de-stress in the midst of the pandemic. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 15, 2021—Centenary University this semester has opted to trade its traditional spring break week with a series of Wellness […]
  • 04/01 | Gates-Ferry Lecture Focuses on African American Fashion Influences
    Centenary University Gates-Ferry Lecture Focuses on African American Fashion Influences in the 20th and 21st Centuries Speaker Gary L. Lampley has conducted extensive research on African American fashion as an aspect of material culture and African American history. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 1, 2021—Fashion industry educator, researcher, and diversity and inclusion advocate Gary L. Lampley will […]
  • 04/01 | Beyond the Badge
    Beyond the Badge: Centenary University Students Gain Insights into Criminal Justice Careers New Jersey State Police Superintendent Col. Patrick J. Callahan presents NJSP opportunities as a guest speaker for spring semester course highlighting career opportunities in criminal justice. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 31, 2021—As the 100th anniversary of the New Jersey State Police (NJSP) approached, criminal […]
  • 03/29 | Centenary Graduate Bound for Columbia University
    Centenary University Graduate Bound for Columbia University Washington Township resident Katie Zack says Centenary has prepared her for Ivy League graduate program and a career in environmental policy. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 29, 2021—In March 2020, Centenary University’s Katie Zack was packed and ready to embark on a trip to Guyana as a member of the […]
  • 03/22 | Grassroots Fundraising Establishes Scholarship
    Grassroots Fundraising Effort Establishes Scholarship for Operation Centaur, Centenary University’s Therapeutic Riding Program for Veterans Generous matching gift—plus a canine contribution and anonymous contribution—power fund in honor of the inauguration of Centenary University’s 14th president HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 19, 2021—Longtime Centenary University donors George W. and Nancy Johns Paffendorf wanted to find a lasting way […]
  • 03/17 | Centenary Graduate’s Path to Medical School
    Centenary University Graduate Follows Untraditional Path to Medical School Originally focused on baseball, Ryan St. John went on to earn a master’s degree from New York University before his acceptance to the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 17, 2021—When Ryan St. John was a high school student, his goal was to […]
  • 03/15 | Centenary Student Researchers Participate in CDC Study
    Centenary University Student Researchers Participate in CDC Masking Study Nationwide project seeks to gauge facial mask compliance on college campuses to inform future CDC guidance on COVID-19 prevention HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 15, 2021—Student researchers from Centenary University are participating in a nationwide study recently launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to […]
  • 03/15 | Centenary Announces Partnership with St. Luke’s
    Centenary University Announces Partnership with St. Luke’s University Health Network With intercollegiate athletics reinstated for the spring, University hails benefits of the five-year agreement, spanning athletics, academics, and on-campus COVID-19 testing Partnership with St. Luke’s HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 12, 2021—A new five-year agreement between Centenary University and St. Luke’s University Health Network brings leading athletic […]
  • 03/11 | Centenary Senior is Cornell Bound for Vet School
    Centenary University Senior is Cornell Bound for Vet School Acceptance to Ivy League institution continues Centenary’s track record for placements at prestigious veterinary schools. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 11, 2021—Centenary University senior Emma Kerr of Wolfeboro, N.H., has chosen to pursue a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her acceptance […]
  • 03/08 | Centenary University Announces Tuition Freeze
    Centenary University to Freeze Tuition Through 2021 Decision will help students and families who have been affected financially by the pandemic HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 8, 2021—Centenary University has announced its intent to freeze tuition through the end of 2021 in response to the financial impact of the pandemic on students and their families. The decision […]
  • 03/02 | Centenary Vet Named Veterinarian of the Year
    Centenary University’s Jesslyn Bryk-Lucy, D.V.M., Named Veterinarian of the Year Dr. Bryk-Lucy selected for Region II award from the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, an international organization for therapeutic riding. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 2, 2021— Jesslyn Bryk-Lucy, D.V.M., Centenary University’s resident veterinarian and assistant professor of equine studies, has been named Veterinarian of the Year […]
  • 03/01 | Centenary Professor on Paris Accord
    Cooperation, Education are Key in Combatting Climate Change A common purpose bolstered by scientific literacy is necessary to make the changes needed to maintain environmental equilibrium, according to Centenary University professor.   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, March 1, 2021— There is no arguing that climate change is one of the most important issues facing the world today. […]
  • 02/23 | Centenary Professor Studies Highlands Waterway
    Centenary University Professor Shares Expertise in Study of Highlands Waterway  Focus on the Musconetcong River gives students the opportunity to engage in research while investigating local water resources HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Feb. 22, 2021— The Musconetcong River rises out of Lake Hopatcong and flows for more than 45 miles to the Delaware River. This important tributary […]
  • 02/19 | Small Colleges Deliver Big Benefits
    Small Colleges Leverage Digital Tools to Deliver Big Educational Benefits to Students in the Midst of Worldwide Pandemic At Centenary University, national-level speakers and research opportunities enrich the educational experience and expand opportunities for students. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Feb. 19, 2021—While many large universities opted for virtual fall semesters due to COVID-19, many smaller universities offering […]
  • 02/16 | Centenary to Distribute Federal Relief Funding
    Centenary University to Distribute Additional $784,500 in Federal COVID-19 Relief Funding to Students Affected by Pandemic University President Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., lauds Centenary committee for expeditious awarding of aid to students demonstrating exceptional financial need for spring and fall 2020 semesters HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Feb. 16, 2021—Centenary University is preparing to distribute a new round of […]
  • 02/11 | Centenary Student Writers Published
    Centenary University Student Writers Published in Professional Media Outlets Strong emphasis on good writing prepares students to publish articles on USA Field Hockey website and in The Plaid Horse and Horse Nation. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Feb. 10, 2021—Two Centenary University students recently had articles published in professional media outlets, a testament to the University’s strong emphasis […]
  • 02/08 | Centenary Announces Resumption of Intercollegiate Competition
    Centenary University Athletics Announces the Resumption of Intercollegiate Competition for the Spring Season Cyclone Athletics Department will follow resocialization guidelines set forth by the NCAA and Colonial States Athletic Conference on health and safety measures needed to return to play. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Feb 8, 2021—The Board of Directors of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) […]
  • 01/29 | Unconventional Inaugurations Nothing New to Bruce Murphy
    Centenary University Inaugurates 14th President in Virtual Ceremony Due to Pandemic   In historical twist, President Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., served on committee for President Ronald Reagan’s 1985 inauguration, which was also altered to save lives. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 29, 2021—Unconventional presidential inaugurations are nothing new to Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., who was officially inaugurated yesterday as […]
  • 01/28 | Centenary University Launches New Program
    Centenary University Launches New Certified Financial Planning Courses to Prepare Students for Certification Exam Collaboration with national consortium of smaller universities broadens educational and career opportunities in growing field. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 27, 2021—Centenary University has launched a new series of courses to prepare students to take the certified financial planning exam, in response to […]
  • 01/25 | Centenary Inaugurates 14th President
    Centenary University to Inaugurate Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., as 14th President Event on Thursday, Jan. 28, may be the first virtual inauguration of a university president. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 25, 2021—Centenary University will formally inaugurate Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., as its 14th president during a virtual ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 28. The event may be the first […]
  • 01/15 | Centenary Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Centenary University Plans Service Opportunities to Honor the Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual service opportunities will complement other on-campus events including a remembrance display, movies, and other student activities. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 15, 2021—Centenary University students will honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. with a day […]
  • 01/15 | Service Opportunities to Honor Martin Luther King
    Centenary University Plans Service Opportunities to Honor the Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Virtual service opportunities will complement other on-campus events including a remembrance display, movies, and other student activities. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 15, 2021—Centenary University students will honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. with a day […]
  • 01/08 | How Much Sugar is in that M&M?
    How Much Sugar is in that M&M? Centenary University chemistry students work under direction of R&D team from Mars Wrigley US to determine sugar content of iconic candy HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 8, 2021—Every day, people around the world consume millions of M&M candies. With the confections manufactured daily in a nearby Hackettstown facility, Centenary University […]
  • 01/06 | Centenary Student Awarded Scholarship
    Centenary University Student Awarded CIC/UPS Scholarship Jersey City resident Azalee Banks receives CIC/UPS Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding student achievement and is administered through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey.     HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Jan. 4, 2021—A surprise awaited Centenary University student Azalee Banks when she reported to a recent meeting with her Educational Opportunity Program adviser, […]
2020 (56)
  • 12/23 | Two Professors Recognized
    Recognition for Two Centenary University Professors Recently published book and faculty award add to prominence of the University’s faculty   HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 22, 2020—Two Centenary University professors have gained recognition this semester, adding to the reputation of the University’s highly-respected faculty. A new book co-written by Keith Morgen, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, examines […]
  • 12/21 | Winter Sports Competition Cancelled
    Centenary University announced today the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Board of Directors that competition and conference championships for fall and winter sports shall be cancelled for the 2020-21 academic year HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 21, 2020—Centenary University goal has been the safe return of our students to campus for the spring semester. Today, Adrienne J. Mullikin, Commissioner […]
  • 12/16 | Food Drive Delivers Cheer
    Centenary University’s Donation Drive Delivers Holiday Cheer to New Jersey Veterans Yearly benefit continues the University’s commitment to serving veterans and active duty military through academic programs and support services. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 16, 2020—The holiday season is very different this year for all of us, but Centenary University’s Office of Veteran Services donation drive […]
  • 12/11 | Equestrian Center receives the Gold Medal
    Centenary University Equestrian Center receives the Gold Medal Horse Farm Award for 2020 by the New Jersey Equine Environment Stewardship Initiative The University is recognized for its outstanding equine farm and dedication to environmental sustainability and management. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 11, 2020—The Centenary University Equestrian Center received the Gold Medal Horse Farm Award for 2020 […]
  • 12/07 | Centenary Helps Working Adults Achieve
    Centenary University Offers a Way for Working Adults to Achieve a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDT-C) Endorsement Veteran special education teacher Jenn Valenti of Mount Arlington, N.J., took advantage of Centenary University’s recently-established program, starting in early 2020 and landing a job in her chosen field the very same year. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 7, 2020—Jenn […]
  • 12/04 | Centenary Researcher Investigates
    What’s Killing Trees and Crops in Northwestern New Jersey? Centenary University professor and students embark on research that could someday lead to natural way to control the spotted lantern fly, an invasive species posing a big risk to vegetation HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 4, 2020—New research launched at Centenary University could someday halt the spread of […]
  • 12/02 | New Approach to Community Service
    Centenary University Offers HyFlex Approach to Community Service Pandemic sparks surge in creative new ways for students and faculty to participate in virtual and in-person service opportunities HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Dec. 2, 2020—Community service is strong at Centenary University this fall, as students and event organizers find creative new ways to present opportunities to help others. […]
  • 12/01 | Centenary to Modify Winter Sport Season
    Centenary University is planning to modify its winter sport season The Athletics Department will follow the resocialization guidelines set forth by the NCAA and CSAC on the health and safety measures needed to return to play. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 30, 2020—Over the past several months, a dedicated team at Centenary University has been planning for the return of […]
  • 11/18 | Centenary Student Wins Award
    Centenary University Student Recognized with Prestigious History Award from the New Jersey Historical Commission Sean Graham of Washington Township, N.J., lauded for three-year study that revealed some surprising economic and cultural factors leading to Centenary’s founding in 1867 HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Nov. 18, 2020—Centenary University senior Sean Graham has been selected as a recipient of the […]
  • 11/09 | Centenary Professor Wins Award
    Hackettstown Rotary Club Lauds Centenary University Professor Linda Poisseroux, Ph.D., of Mount Olive is recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow for her contributions in supporting the organization’s mission HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Nov. 9, 2020—The Hackettstown Rotary Club has recognized Centenary University professor Linda Poisseroux, Ph.D., as a Paul Harris Fellow, an honor reserved for members who […]
  • 11/06 | Events to Mark Veterans Day
    Centenary University to Host Virtual Events to Mark Veterans Day University has a deep commitment to serving veterans and active duty military through academic programs, support services, and community-oriented events. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Nov. 6, 2020—Centenary University will mark Veterans Day this year with several events to express the appreciation of the campus community for the […]
  • 10/28 | Centenary Board of Trustees Elects New Chair
    Rochelle A. Makela-Goodman Elected Chair of Centenary University Board of Trustees Veteran fundraising professional at Princeton University has served as a member of the University’s board for 11 years. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 28, 2020—The Centenary University Board of Trustees has elected respected veteran fundraiser Rochelle A. Makela-Goodman ’97 to chair the University’s governing body effective […]
  • 10/26 | Centenary Establishes Diversity Board
    Centenary University Establishes Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging Advisory Board New board will advise Centenary president on initiatives that encourage dialogue and action to increase sense of belonging within the University community. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 26, 2020—Centenary University has established a new Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging Advisory Board to advise President Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., on initiatives that lead […]
  • 10/20 | $2 Million Bequest
    $2 Million Bequest Will Fund Diversity Scholarships at Centenary University Estate gift from the late Louise M. Monez Hill of Lancaster, Pa., will establish The Grace Y. Bissett and Louise Monez Hill Scholarship Fund HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 19, 2020—Louise M. Monez Hill never forgot the aunt who funded her college education during the Great Depression. […]
  • 10/15 | Voter Registration
    Voter Registration and Education Kicks into High Gear at Centenary University Student engagement in 2020 election is strong as the University hosts events throughout the fall semester to raise electoral awareness among first-time voters. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Oct. 15, 2020—With Generation Z expected to play a key role in the outcome of this year’s hotly-contested presidential […]
  • 10/13 | Her Heart in Hackettstown
    Her Heart is in Hackettstown—and at Centenary University Seventy years after her college graduation, alumna Gloria Blake Kehler lives across the street from campus—in a former Centenary University dormitory. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Oct. 13, 2020—As they prepared for their Centenary University graduation, the Class of 1950 adopted the motto, “Not to make a living, but to […]
  • 10/08 | Centenary University Phases in Enhanced COVID-19 Testing on Campus
    With delivery of rapid-result test kits, the University adds random testing capability to its arsenal of tactics to fight the spread of coronavirus. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Oct. 8, 2020—Centenary University has added random rapid-result testing on campus to its arsenal of tactics to fight the spread of coronavirus. The University recently began testing a percentage of […]
  • 10/06 | New Exercise Science Degree Set to Launch at Centenary University
    Program is designed to position students for graduate study and jobs in the growing exercise and wellness industries. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Oct. 6, 2020—Centenary University is set to launch a new Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, a degree that will position graduates for careers in the fast-growing exercise and wellness industries. Slated to begin next fall, […]
  • 10/05 | Gates-Ferry Lecture Focuses on COVID-19 Pandemic
    Global health leader to present “COVID-19: Reflections on the acute crisis and long-term impacts” as part of endowed lecture series. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 5, 2020—Global health leader Dr. Craig Spencer will present “COVID-19: Reflections on the acute crisis and long-term impacts” on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. as part of Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished […]
  • 10/02 | $25,000 Gift Establishes New Military Scholarship at Centenary University
    The Marilyn Lewis Jenkins ’51 Endowed Scholarship will assist active duty or retired service members to earn a Centenary University degree. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Oct. 2, 2020—A new endowed scholarship recently established at Centenary University by former CDR John S. Jenkins, Jr., JAGC, USN will assist active duty or retired service personnel and children of military […]
  • 09/30 | Adjunct Professor Named 2020 National Educator of the Year
    Joseph S. Pizzo, who is also a seventh grade teacher in Chester, will be recognized next month by the Association for Middle Level Education. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Sept. 30, 2020—Centenary University Adjunct Professor of Communications Joseph S. Pizzo has been named the 2020 National Educator of the Year by the Association for Middle Level Education, an […]
  • 09/29 | Centenary Posts 17.5% Gain in New Undergraduates
    The University reopens with “Centenary Choice” plan for on campus, online, and HyFlex classes, as officials also note a significant gain in graduate enrollment. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Sept.29, 2020—As many universities around the nation report declines in enrollment sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, Centenary University is reporting significant increases in new undergraduate and graduate students for […]
  • 09/24 | Centenary University Student Selected for Bella Ella Boutique Empowerment Scholarship
    Single mom Ivy Kellenberger of Sussex recognized with $2,500 award for academic excellence and persistence in pursuing a college education. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Sept. 24, 2020—Centenary University senior Ivy Kellenberger has been awarded a $2,500 Belle Ella Boutique Empowerment Scholarship from Bella Ella Boutique, a Utah-based online women’s boutique. The scholarship recognizes college women who have […]
  • 09/17 | Centenary University Offers New Educational Opportunities for Air and Space Professionals
    Active duty airmen can now complete up to 15 general education credits online through Centenary to earn an associate degree from the Community College of the Air Force. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Sept. 17, 2020—Centenary University has joined forces with the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) to make it easier for active duty air and […]
  • 08/31 | Virtual Spring Semester Leads to Creative New Educational Approaches at Centenary University
    With student outcomes from the virtual spring semester as a foundation, Centenary faculty are developing new learning techniques that promise to reshape college education HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Aug. 31, 2020—Summers are normally laid back for faculty at Centenary University. Not this year. After winding down an unprecedented spring semester that transitioned to virtual learning due to […]
  • 08/28 | Confident in Centenary’s Fall Prep
    Centenary’s Director of Health Services Affirms Freshman Daughter’s Decision to Live on Campus HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 28, 2020—Theresa A. Lord-Stout knows a little about the anxiety parents feel as their children return to college campuses for a fall semester very much shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, she’s confident in her freshman daughter’s decision to […]
  • 08/26 | CARES Act Funding Available to Centenary Students this Fall
    Actively enrolled students—including incoming freshmen and transfers—who demonstrate financial challenges as a result of the pandemic are eligible to apply. HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, Aug. 26, 2020—With the fall 2020 semester set to begin, Centenary University has pledged to extend pandemic-related financial support to students through additional funding from the Centenary CARES Emergency Grant Fund. All actively […]
  • 08/25 | New Vice President for University Advancement Named
    Lincoln Park, N.J., resident Karen N. DiMaria brings extensive experience in development, alumni relations, and marketing to the University. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 25, 2020—Centenary University has appointed Karen N. DiMaria to the position of vice president for university advancement effective Aug. 3. A resident of Lincoln Park, N.J., DiMaria is responsible for directing the University’s […]
  • 08/17 | Centenary University Announces Plan to Reopen for In-person Classes
    New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order gives green light for the University’s reopening plan. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 17, 2020—Centenary University has announced that it will reopen for the fall semester guided by a flexible plan combining on-ground, online, and HyFlex course options that maximize social distancing and safety. The University’s announcement follows the issuance […]
  • 08/12 | Two National Honors for Centenary University Adjunct Professor
    Chosen for call with First Lady Melania Trump, Succasunna resident later elected to national presidency for the Council for Exceptional Children HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 12, 2020—It’s been quite a year for Succasunna resident Danielle M. Kovach, Ed.D. First, the Centenary University adjunct professor of education was selected for a surprise phone call with First Lady […]
  • 08/07 | Centenary University Student Selected for Virtual Belgian Internship
    Hackettstown resident Sara Schaarschmidt completed the Enactus internship online, while three Centenary students were nominated for national Enactus accolades. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 7, 2020—Centenary University student Sara Schaarschmidt was selected for a summer internship executing marketing strategies for the Enactus Belgium 2020 Expo, a national showcase of social entrepreneurial initiatives sponsored by student Enactus teams. […]
  • 07/30 | Outdoor Theatre Heralds Gradual Re-opening of Centenary University Campus
    Summer children’s theatre productions were the first step in reopening Hackettstown campus during the COVID-19 era. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 30, 2020—Theatre productions have returned to Centenary University in the form of several outdoor productions for young audiences, the first public events held on campus since COVID-19 halted in-person events in March. Presented by the Centenary […]
  • 07/27 | Centenary University Launches New Degree in Health Science
    New bachelor’s program advances Centenary’s expansion into health-related fields to meet strong demand for trained health professionals. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 27, 2020—Centenary University will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Health Science this fall, responding to a growing need for trained health professionals in a wide range of professions. The degree will prepare graduates […]
  • 07/24 | Centenary University Recognizes 24 Employees with Service Awards
    Honored employees have provided more than 337 years of service to Centenary University and its students HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 24, 2020—Centenary University honored 24 longtime employees with service awards at its annual Staff and Faculty Service Awards ceremony, which was held recently in a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The employees have logged more […]
  • 07/16 | Three Named to Centenary University Board of Trustees
    Area business leaders have been appointed to four-year terms on the governing body of the University, an important educational resource in the Skylands Region. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 16, 2020—Three area business leaders have been named to four-year terms on the Centenary University Board of Trustees, announced Wolfgang Gstattenbauer, board chair. “Centenary University is fortunate to […]
  • 06/18 | Centenary University Announces Plan to Reopen for Fall Semester
    6/18/2020 – Centenary University President Update Safety and agility are key parts of the plan, which will combine on-ground, online, and blended options for courses. Centenary University has announced that it will reopen for the fall semester guided by a flexible plan combining on-ground, online, and blended course options that maximize social distancing and safety. […]
  • 06/12 | Centenary University Announces Spring 2020 Dean’s List
    Centenary University President Dr. Bruce Murphy., has announced the Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 semester. To achieve this honor, full-time students must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.8 or above, and complete a minimum of 12 semester credits. Dean’s List Spring 2020
  • 06/09 | 14 Students Lauded for Excellence in Science
    Virtual ceremony recognizes accomplishments of science majors for the 2019-2020 academic year Hackettstown, N.J., June 9, 2020—Centenary University recently recognized 14 students for excellence in science studies during a ceremony that was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the students, the University recognized Brutus, a service dog owned by student Jasmine […]
  • 06/03 | Centenary University Education Students Earn State Recognition
    Three students honored at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Award Ceremony Hackettstown, N.J., June 3, 2020—Three Centenary University students were recognized for excellence at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Award Ceremony, which was held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The awards are co-sponsored by the New Jersey […]
  • 06/03 | Centenary Mourns With Our Nation
    Dear Campus Community, Our nation is in deep mourning and our Centenary community mourns with it.  The horrific and senseless death of George Floyd shakes the very foundation of our communities and we shake with it.  We stand with and hurt with Mr. George Floyd’s family and with his community.  We stand with and hurt […]
  • 05/26 | 506 Graduates Earn Degrees at Centenary
    New York Jets Senior Vice President Fred Mangione delivers keynote address during virtual ceremony celebrating the Class of 2020 Hackettstown, N.J., May 11, 2020—Centenary University awarded degrees to 506 graduates on Saturday, May 9, at its 145th Commencement, which was held as a virtual event due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The graduates included recipients […]
  • 05/07 | 11 Centenary Students Inducted into National Honor Society
    Virtual induction ceremony recognizes accomplishments of outstanding theatre arts majors with induction to Alpha Psi Omega Hackettstown, N.J., May 7, 2020—Centenary University recently inducted 11 theatre arts students into Alpha Psi Omega, the National Theatre Honor Society. The organization has promoted excellence in theatrical production, academic work, and community service for almost a century. The […]
  • 04/27 | Centenary University Recognizes Outstanding Students at Virtual Academic Awards Ceremony
    21 students lauded for notable academic achievement during April 23 event Centenary University recognized 21 students for outstanding academic achievement at a virtual Academic Awards Ceremony held on Thursday, April 23. In keeping with Centenary tradition, the annual event was held in the George H. Whitney Chapel, but was livestreamed this year due to the […]
  • 04/27 | Centenary Wins Big at this year’s Intercollegiate Horse Show Association & Intercollegiate Equestrian Foundation
    Centenary University is proud to announce and congratulate this year’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) and Intercollegiate Equestrian Foundation’s (IEF) award winners. Thirty-five students, the largest number in the University’s history, received academic awards and/or scholarships based on their ability to excel in the classroom and in the show ring as equestrians. Academic awards were […]
  • 04/27 | Centenary University to Hold Virtual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020
    New York Jets Senior Vice President Fred Mangione will deliver keynote address during event on Saturday, May 9 Centenary University will hold its 145th commencement as a virtual event on Saturday, May 9, with Fred Mangione, senior vice president, sales and marketing, for the New York Jets and a 1993 graduate of the University, delivering […]
  • 04/09 | Fashioning Face Masks for Healthcare Workers
    Centenary University fashion students and faculty join the fight against COVID-19, using design and sewing skills to create face masks for at-risk workers HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 9, 2020—Fashion majors at Centenary University are putting their design and sewing skills to good use during the COVID-19 crisis producing face masks for workers on the front lines […]
  • 04/01 | The Show Must Go On
    Centenary University sports and entertainment management students to present virtual Sports and Entertainment Management Conference Photo: 2019 attendees check in at last year’s Sports and Entertainment Management Conference HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 1, 2020—Sports and entertainment management students at Centenary University are learning a valuable lesson that the show must go on, even during times of […]
  • 03/10 | Paving a Smooth Path to Medical School
    Transferring to Centenary University has opened doors for a research internship, prestigious study abroad opportunity—and now graduate school—for Washington Borough student HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 10, 2020—When Lauren Steiner ’20 transferred to Centenary University in fall 2018, she immediately gained some impressive hands-on experiences that would advance her dream: to attend medical school. Now, two months […]
  • 03/03 | Student Researchers Take 4 of Top 10 Spots at International Science Conference
    Competing against more than 750 poster presentation entries, Centenary science majors best research powerhouses including Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Stanford, and Johns Hopkins. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 3—When it comes to student research, Centenary University science majors have proven that they can go toe-to-toe with the world’s best. At an international conference, the University’s four student entrants […]
  • 02/19 | New Baseball Complex Unveiled at Home Opener
    Doubleheader on Friday, Feb. 21, will be played at the Cyclones’ first home baseball field on the Hackettstown campus HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Feb. 19, 2020—The calendar may still say winter, but Centenary University’s baseball team isn’t waiting to open its spring season. The Cyclones will host their first-ever home baseball game on Friday, Feb. 21, at […]
  • 02/12 | Student Coach is the Inspiration for Men’s Basketball Team
    Diagnosed with a pediatric brain tumor, freshman Kyle O’Brien defies death and disability to coach Centenary’s team. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Feb. 12—Centenary University freshman Kyle O’Brien knows a lot about defying the odds. It all began at age 8, when he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Doctors predicted that the sports-loving kid would: Die […]
  • 02/03 | Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine at Centenary This Friday
    Prom experience for teens and adults with special needs will take place on Friday, Feb. 7.   HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Feb. 3, 2020—Centenary University will partner with St. Luke Special Needs Ministry to host its second annual Night to Shine sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation on Friday, Feb. 7. The event, which will begin at […]
  • 01/30 | From Centenary University—to the Ivy League—to the Statehouse
    Hardyston resident Lily Passaretti launches career in public policy after earning MSW from Columbia University. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Jan. 30, 2020—For Lily Passaretti, an undergraduate degree in social work from Centenary University paved the way to the Ivy League—and her first job in public policy. Passaretti earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSW) from […]
  • 01/29 | Centenary University Students Offer Free Tax Preparation for Qualified Taxpayers
    IRS-certified volunteers provided $215,038 in benefits to local families through VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) in 2019. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Jan. 29, 2020—Qualified area residents are eligible for free tax preparation by IRS-certified student volunteers through Centenary University’s VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program. This initiative is offered in partnership with the United Way of Northern […]
  • 01/13 | “Everyday Ableism” is Topic of Gates-Ferry Lecture
    Presentation by noted expert on Disability Studies will challenge listeners to rethink “what we think we know about disability.” HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Jan. 13, 2020— Renowned authority on access and design for the disabled Amanda Kraus, Ph.D., will present “Everyday Ableism: Challenging What We Think We Know about Disability” on Tuesday, Jan. 21, as part of […]
  • 01/07 | National Ranking for Centenary’s MLPA Program
    Intelligent.com selects the University’s Master of Arts in Leadership and Public Administration for latest recognition Hackettstown, N.J., Jan. 7, 2020—Intelligent.com has named Centenary University’s Master of Arts in Leadership and Public Administration (MLPA) degree as one of the top 50 MLPA programs in the nation. The website recently assessed MLPA programs at 139 accredited colleges […]
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  • 12/23 | Centenary University Announces Fall 2019 Dean’s List
    Centenary University President Rosalind Reichard, Ph.D., has announced the Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester. To achieve this honor, full-time students must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.8 or above, and complete a minimum of 12 semester credits. Dean’s List Fall 2019
  • 12/20 | Scientific Research Takes Centerstage
    Great Meadows resident Pier Semanchik presents at ICFNJ annual meeting  HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Dec.20, 2019—Centenary University student Pier Semanchik is no stranger to professional scientific research. A junior from Great Meadows, N.J., Semanchik participated alongside Centenary faculty on a study last summer on a shrimp specie from Japan that has invaded New Jersey waterways. The animal […]
  • 12/17 | Centenary University Introduces Degree in Medical Laboratory Science
    Demand is skyrocketing for trained professionals in this quickly growing field. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Dec. 17, 2019—Centenary University has introduced a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Science—the only degree of its kind in northwestern New Jersey. The program responds to skyrocketing market demand for trained professionals to work in hospitals, forensic labs, and medical […]
  • 12/09 | Prestigious Ranking for Centenary
    High marks from Study.com add to national rankings earned earlier this fall from U.S. News & World Report, WalletHub, and NJBIZ. Centenary University can now add a national ranking from Study.com to the growing list of prestigious college polls that have recognized Centenary for overall excellence and specific programs this fall. Centenary was the only […]
  • 12/05 | Theatre Arts Major Interns at Noteworthy London Theatres
    Study abroad opportunity translates into professional experience at venues including West End theatres, the National Theatre, and others Hackettstown, N.J., Dec. 5, 2019—A study abroad semester in London translated into solid career experience—and the thrill of a lifetime—for Centenary University student Anthony Raddi. A resident of Cedar Grove, N.J., Raddi had the opportunity to work […]
  • 11/19 | Pro Wrestling is the Classroom for Centenary Students
    HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Nov. 19, 2019— A professional wrestling charity event will serve as a final project in a Centenary University Sports and Entertainment Management class that pulled together many disciplines to give students a unique outside-the-book learning experience. Students planned all aspects of the fundraising event, which will take place on Nov. 23 and support […]
  • 11/14 | Announcing New Education Program
    Program broadens opportunities for students to complete an associate degree at RVCC, and then continue on to earn a bachelor’s degree from Centenary University. Hackettstown, N.J., Nov. 14, 2019—Centenary University and Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) have finalized two programs that broaden opportunities for RVCC students to continue on to earn a bachelor’s degree from […]
  • 10/23 | Bruce Murphy Named 14th President
    Board of Trustees unanimously approves appointment of Dr. Murphy, an experienced higher education leader and former president of Nicholls State University. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 23, 2019—The Centenary University Board of Trustees today unanimously approved the appointment of Bruce Murphy, Ed.D., as the University’s 14th president. Dr. Murphy will begin his tenure at Centenary on Jan. […]
  • 10/07 | Play Ball!
    Centenary University hosts ribbon cutting for new state-of-the-art baseball complex. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Oct. 7, 2019—Centenary University cut the ribbon on “Our Diamond of Dreams,” a new state-of-the-art baseball complex, during a ceremony on Oct. 5. The facility provides an on-campus home for the Cyclone baseball team, the University’s largest NCAA DIII sport. Honored guest for […]
  • 10/01 | Centenary University Rises in Higher Education Rankings
    Annual ratings from U.S. News & World Report and Study.com recognize Centenary for social mobility, online business program, and overall excellence Hackettstown, N.J., Oct. 1, 2019—Centenary University received high reviews from two well-known college ranking sources, achieving outstanding marks for social mobility, online business programs, and overall excellence. “This recognition reinforces Centenary’s excellent reputation, underscoring […]
  • 09/27 | October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    Activities are planned to educate and work to eradicate the abuse that touches the lives of three out of four Americans. Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 27, 2019— October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and Centenary University is hosting a range of activities to support the nationwide movement to build awareness and end violence and sexual […]
  • 09/13 | 2019 Hackettstown High School Scholar Named
    Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 13, 2019—Erin Nappi has always loved sports. Now, she’s planning to turn that passion into a career with a sports and entertainment management concentration from Centenary University. Nappi has been named the Centenary University 2019 Hackettstown High School Scholar, a designation that recognizes outstanding academic achievement and a commitment to community service. […]
  • 09/10 | Gates-Ferry Lecture Presents “Revolutionizing Learning”
    HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Sept. 10, 2019—Cathy N. Davidson, Ph.D., a world-renowned scholar on higher education and technology, will present “Revolutionizing Learning” on Tuesday, Sept. 17, as part of Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecture series. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the University’s Sitnik Theater, located in the David and Carol Lackland Center, 715 […]
  • 09/07 | Centenary Announces Spring 2019 Dean’s List
    Students achieve honor for the Spring 2019 semester Centenary University President Rosalind Reichard, Ph.D., has announced the Dean’s List for the Spring 2019 semester. To achieve this honor, full-time students must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.8 or above, and complete a minimum of 12 semester credits. Dean’s List 2019
  • 08/21 | Teaching by Example
    Califon, N.J., resident who graduated in first class of doctoral students from Centenary University featured in magazine cover story. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 21, 2019—As superintendent of schools in Clinton Township, N.J., Michele Cone, Ed.D., knows better than most that learning never ends. With master’s and doctoral degrees in educational leadership from Centenary University, she was […]
  • 08/14 | Theatre Career Takes Centerstage
    Theatre arts degree and social media minor set the stage for Nicholas Bettens ’19’s Future U success. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 14, 2019—Someday, Nicholas Bettens hopes to see his name in lights. With a theatre arts degree from Centenary University under his belt, the Stanhope, N.J., resident has set out to establish a career on the stage. Bettens […]
  • 08/08 | Lifelong Learning Fuels Career of M.B.A. Candidate
    Centenary University magazine features Boonton, N.J., resident in cover story focusing on Future U career goals of successful students HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 8, 2019—For Jodi Day, attending classes is as much a part of the work day as attending meetings. A director at ACME Plastics, Day has ensured that her job skills remain relevant in […]
  • 08/07 | All the World’s a Classroom
    All the World’s a Classroom Summer Shakespeare intensive at Oxford University prepares Centenary student from West Orange, N.J., for a Future U career in education. Hackettstown, N.J., Aug. 7, 2019—Centenary University senior Sachel Bise traded sunning for Shakespeare this summer, studying the Bard’s works at Oxford University. The West Orange, N.J., resident was accepted earlier […]
  • 08/05 | What’s Invading New Jersey’s Waterways?
    Three Centenary students conducting summer research into invasive shrimp specie from Japan that has invaded New Jersey waterways. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 5, 2019—Three Centenary University students—Tess Horvath of Easton, Pa., July Schomp of Newton, N.J., and Pier Semanchik of Great Meadows, N.J.—are spending their summer conducting field research on a shrimp specie from Japan that […]
  • 08/02 | On the Fast Track
    Newton, N.J., resident among the 98 percent of Centenary alumni who are employed or accepted to graduate school within nine months of earning their degrees. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Aug. 2, 2019—Ben Sibblies is a born leader. While an undergraduate at Centenary University, the Newton, N.J., resident was elected president of the Student Government Association. Now, he’s […]
  • 07/26 | The Business of Success
    Newton, N.J., resident selected for Centenary University ad campaign after his Enactus team places third in global business competition. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 26, 2019—Heriberto Medina already understands the business of success. The Newton, N.J., resident, who graduated from Centenary University in May, was a key member of the University’s Enactus team that placed third last […]
  • 07/22 | A Capital Career
    Willingboro, N.J., resident plans a career in government and criminal justice in Washington, D.C., after customizing a major to fit her career goals. For Aysha Hackett, Washington, D.C., seems like a logical place to start the future she’s mapped out for herself in government, intelligence, and law. Last May, the Willingboro, N.J., resident graduated from […]
  • 07/15 | National Stage for Equine Graduate
    Poughquag, N.Y., resident Michael Andrade featured in cover story of newest Centenary University magazine. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 15, 2019—Michael Andrade has already made his mark in the equine industry—and he only graduated from Centenary University in May. As an undergraduate, the equine studies major from Poughquag, N.Y., won two national riding championships and is now […]
  • 07/03 | Next Stop for Centenary University Graduate: Serving His Country
    Victor Marte ’19’s patriotism featured in cover story of newest Centenary University magazine. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., July 3, 2019—Victor Marte’s first stop after graduating from Centenary University last May was Fort Benning, Ga. A resident of Paterson, N.J., Marte is now serving his country as a member of the U.S. Army. The patriotic forensic science major […]
  • 06/20 | Careers in Social Media Marketing
    Kathy Naasz is an associate professor and innovation strategist for Centenary University. Kathy sat down with Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers to discuss #theVIBE and the growing field of Social Media Marketing. Jill Horner: Careers in Social Media Marketing. I’m Jill Horner this is Comcast Newsmakers and with me is Kathy Naasz she is an associate […]
  • 06/19 | Centenary Hires Sodexo to Provide Food Service
    A leading food and facilities management company will elevate the student dining experience at Centenary. Centenary University has contracted with Sodexo to provide campus-wide dining services in its dining hall and retail locations, as well as catering for special events on campus. Based in Maryland, Sodexo North America is a food and facilities management company […]
  • 06/07 | National and Conference Honors for Centenary’s Bombardiere
    CSAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Samantha Bombardiere is a finalist for the Honda Inspiration Award, a national honor recognizing her courage in battling ovarian cancer. Hackettstown, N.J., June 7, 2019 – Cyclone soccer player Samantha Bombardiere ’19, who battled ovarian cancer following her freshman year, has been named the Colonial States Athletic Conference’s (CSAC) […]
  • 06/04 | Centenary University to Launch New ESL Certificate this Fall
    Certificate programs also create opportunities for educators to add several certificates—including ESL—to a Master of Education in Reading from Centenary University. HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., June 4, 2019—Centenary University’s Graduate Reading Program will launch a new 15-credit English as a Second Language (ESL) certificate option for educators in August. This ESL certificate can be earned as a […]
  • 05/31 | Eight Students Inducted into Social Work Honor Society
    Phi Alpha, an internationally-recognized organization, promotes humanitarian goals and ideals in the field of social work. Hackettstown, N.J., May 31, 2019 – Centenary University recently inducted eight social work majors into its chapter of Phi Alpha Sigma Rho, the world’s largest internationally-recognized honor society. The inductees all demonstrated academic excellence, maintaining a minimum GPA of […]
  • 05/15 | Centenary University’s Valedictorian Makes History at the University’s 144th Commencement
    River Vale resident is the first non-traditional student to earn this distinction. River Vale resident Milissa Plescia (left) was the valedictorian of Centenary University’s Class of 2019, earning the distinction of being the first adult, non-traditional student to earn the highest honor in the graduating class. Plescia delivered the valedictory address at Centenary’s 144th Commencement, […]
  • 05/11 | Centenary Celebrates 144th Commencement
    505 degrees were conferred under sunny skies on Anderson Field Hackettstown, N.J., May 11, 2019—Stephen M. Somers, owner and president of Vigon International, a leading manufacturer within the flavor and fragrance industry, delivered the keynote address at Centenary University’s 144thcommencement on Saturday, May 11, at 11 a.m. The ceremony was held under a large tent on […]
  • 05/10 | Centenary holds 2019 Graduate Hooding Ceremony
    The first doctoral class and master’s degree candidates were presented with the academic hoods that they will wear at the University’s Commencement on May 11. Centenary University’s first doctoral class and other graduate degree candidates were presented with the academic hoods they will wear at the University’s 144th Commencement during a formal ceremony held in […]
  • 05/01 | Enactus Presents Unique Chemotherapy Apparel
    Chi Force Wear: a line of medical apparel designed to provide warmth and dignity to patients undergoing treatment HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., May 1, 2019—Two members of Centenary University’s Enactus team recently traveled to the New York Reception for Enactus in New York City to share updates on their original product, Chi Force Wear, a line of […]
  • 04/30 | Claire Couch Bosee ’54 and Stephen M. Somers to receive Gold Dome Award
    Prestigious award recognizes individuals who advance the mission and ideals of Centenary University Hackettstown, N.J., April 30, 2019—Centenary University will present its Gold Dome Award to Claire Couch Bosee of Manhattan and Stephen M. Somers of Hackettstown at the 22ndannual Scholarship Gala on Thursday, May 30. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Perona […]
  • 04/26 | Outstanding Students Recognized at Honors Convocation
    Annual event honors students for notable academic achievement HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 26, 2019—Centenary University recognized 24 students for outstanding academic achievement at the annual Honors Convocation, held on April 25 in the George H. Whitney Chapel. The event featured a keynote address from Meghan M. Kolbusch, the valedictorian of Centenary University’s Class of 2018. A […]
  • 04/18 | It’s on to Oxford for Centenary University Student
    West Orange resident to study Shakespeare at prestigious university Hackettstown, N.J., April 18, 2019— West Orange resident Sachel Bise fell in love with Shakespeare’s plays in high school. Now, the Centenary University student will have the opportunity to study the Bard’s works in depth at Oxford University, where she has been accepted to a six-week […]
  • 04/12 | Centenary Honors Student Leaders
    Student Leadership Awards Ceremony recognized outstanding contributions to the University and the community HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 12, 2019—Centenary University recognized more than 100 students at the annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony yesterday. Held in the David and Carol Lackland Center, the annual event celebrates outstanding contributions to the University and surrounding community by students and […]
  • 04/11 | It’s CSI: Cambridge for Centenary Students
    Spring break trip brought students to two of the world’s best osteological collections to examine human remains. Hackettstown, N.J., April 11, 2019—A group of Centenary University students recently visited Cambridge University in England, where they had the opportunity to study human remains at two of the world’s best osteological collections. Together, the Cambridge Duckworth Collection […]
  • 03/27 | New Tools Enhance Equine Diagnostics
    Digital radiography and ultrasound provide hands-on learning for Equine Studies students HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 27, 2019—The Equine Studies Department at Centenary University has introduced two new tools to enhance hands-on learning opportunities for students: the latest digital radiography and ultrasound technology. These advances promise to deepen students’ understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of injuries […]
  • 03/25 | Centenary University Introduces 4+1 BS/MBA
    New program allows students to earn undergraduate business degree and MBA in five years HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 25, 2019—Centenary University has introduced a new 4+1 BS/ MBA, which allows qualified students to complete an undergraduate bachelor’s degree in business (BS) and a master of business administration (MBA) in just five years. The dual degree option […]
  • 03/21 | Yellowstone National Park Expert Headlines Gates-Ferry Lecture at Centenary University
    Event on Wednesday, April 3, will explore the interconnections between humans and nature HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 21, 2019—Yellowstone National Park expert Ryan Atwell, Ph.D., will present “Social-Ecological Challenges in the 21st Century: Facing Our Shadows to Unlock Change” on Wednesday, April 3, as part of Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecture series. The event will […]
  • 03/19 | Centenary University to host The Joe Piscopo Show
    The University’s event management class hosts show to support the Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey. Actor and comedian Joe Piscopo will emcee the Joe Piscopo show with this daughter and son along with entertainer Jeff Norris at 3 p.m. on April 14, 2019 at Centenary University’s Sitnik Theatre at the David and Carol […]
  • 03/18 | Centenary Announces Commencement Speaker
    Vigon International President Stephen M. Somers will address the Class of 2019 Hackettstown, N.J., March 18, 2019—Stephen M. Somers, owner and president of Vigon International, will deliver the keynote address at Centenary University’s 144th commencement on Saturday, May 11, announced Rosalind Reichard, Ph.D., interim president of the University. Somers will be awarded an honorary doctor of […]
  • 03/13 | President of Ireland Meets With Centenary Students
    Spring break course in Ireland provides opportunity to discuss pressing issues with President Michael D. Higgins HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., March 13, 2019 — A group of Centenary University students paid a courtesy call on President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins during a recent spring break course to the Emerald Isle. President Higgins received the students in […]
  • 03/01 | Centenary University Launches The Future U Campaign
    Marketing campaign highlights the University’s career-focused approach to higher education Centenary University today launched The Future U campaign — a marketing campaign featuring current undergraduates, graduates, and students from the School of Professional Studies (SPS) that highlights their future career aspirations and the skills, expertise, and support offered by the Centenary community to help them […]
  • 02/27 | Centenary Announces Fall 2018 Dean’s List
    Students achieve honor for the Fall 2018 semester Centenary University Interim President Rosalind Reichard, Ph.D., has announced the Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester. To achieve this honor, full-time students must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.8 or above, and complete a minimum of 12 semester credits. Dean’s List
  • 02/25 | Centenary University Hosts Monthly Midnight Run
    University students and staff delivered food and clothes to people in need.  Centenary University hosted its Midnight Run event on Friday night – an initiative held once a month by volunteer students and staff to help those in need. Sixteen students, including three coordinators and five faculty members, filled two vans with clothes, blankets, and […]
  • 02/20 | Centenary University School of Professional Studies Presents Workshop on Branding Yourself
    Advancing your career through a personal brand. What image do you portray to employers? How does your personal brand affect career success? Those are two of the questions that were explored in a free workshop yesterday, sponsored by the Centenary University School of Professional Studies (SPS). The event began at 5 p.m. at the SPS […]
  • 02/11 | Centenary University Hosts Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine
    This prom experience serves and helps bring awareness to young adults with special needs. Centenary University hosted its first annual Night to Shine—an event sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation on Feb. 8. The event was led by a group of volunteer students, faculty, and staff, and offered an unforgettable prom experience to young adults […]
  • 02/08 | Centenary University Inducts its First Class to National Theatre Honor Society
    Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society welcomes 16 undergrads. Centenary University has established its first chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, the national theatre honor society, inducting 16 of the University’s brightest and most talented theatre arts students. This organization has been committed to promoting excellence in theatrical production, academic work, and community service for […]
  • 01/31 | New Assistant Dean of Diversity Named
    Mount Olive resident Devon Vialva appointed to newly-created post HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., Jan. 31, 2019—Centenary University recently appointed Devon Vialva of Mount Olive as its assistant dean of diversity. The newly-created position illustrates the University’s commitment to support an increasingly diverse student population, with an ultimate goal of enhancing the success of all students. “This new […]
  • 01/18 | Path to Transfer Smooths Process for CCM Students
    Agreement with County College of Morris paves the way for seamless transfer to complete bachelor’s degrees at Centenary University Hackettstown, N.J., Jan. 18, 2019—Centenary University will welcome the first students admitted to its new Path to Transfer program with County College of Morris (CCM) this spring. The agreement between the two educational institutions creates a […]
  • 01/08 | Centenary University Launches New Sustainable Practices Programs
    New partnerships in place to encourage high schoolers to explore careers in this growing field Hackettstown, N.J., January 8, 2019 – Sustainable Practices is a hot phrase in business these days, as companies increasingly value professionals who understand how economics, the environment, and social responsibility all contribute to the bottom line. In response to employer […]
2018 (57)
  • 12/21 | Centenary University Hosts TEDx Talk
    Independently organized TEDx Talk explored the theme of truth Hackettstown, N.J., December 21, 2019— Centenary University brought the excitement of TED Talks to its campus recently with the University’s first ever TEDx Talk, centering around the theme of truth. Through the efforts of Jonathan Lopes, assistant director of experiential learning, Centenary faculty and theater students, […]
  • 12/17 | Centenary University Awarded Grant for Career Services Program
    Award will support community outreach and educational programming Hackettstown, N.J., December 17, 2018 — Centenary University has been awarded a $4,000 grant from Enterprise Holdings as part of a long-standing partnership. This grant will allow the university to continue supporting community outreach efforts and educational programming that will drive diversity and inclusion. It will also […]
  • 12/14 | New York Jets Tap Centenary University Students for Social Media Strategy
    Centenary students present their social media recommendations to Jets executives at the team’s corporate headquarters FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Dec. 14, 2018—An innovative educational partnership between Centenary University and the New York Jets announced in October is already providing unique academic opportunities for the University’s students. Last week, a group of Centenary students enrolled in a […]
  • 11/30 | Centenary University Named Hidden Gem of the Northeast
    Two websites include Centenary in national listings of excellent colleges in the Northeast Hackettstown, N.J., Nov. 30, 2018—Centenary University has been named a Hidden Gem of the Northeast by two national ranking websites this fall. The latest came in early November, when OnlineSchoolsCenter.com selected Centenary as one of just two New Jersey universities for its […]
  • 11/30 | Centenary University Announces Dr. Rosalind Reichard as Interim President
    Dr. Reichard will assume the role as of January 1, 2019, temporarily replacing Dr. David P. Haney until Centenary names a new President Hackettstown, N.J., November 29, 2018—Centenary University today announced the first phase of its leadership transition plan, following the resignation of President David P. Haney last month. The University is pleased to announce […]
  • 11/20 | Centenary University Enactus Team Places Third in Global Business Competition
    Team wins $5,000 grant at the Ford Mobility Innovation Challenge  Hackettstown, N.J., Nov. 20, 2018— Centenary University’s Enactus team took an impressive third place at the Ford Mobility Innovation Challenge this fall in Palo Alto, Calif. Competing against teams from the United States, Brazil, Morocco, and Ghana, the Cyclones took home a $5,000 grant from […]
  • 11/05 | Centenary University Awarded Grant for Mental Health First Aid Training
    Sessions will train up to 200 people to respond to signs of mental illness and substance abuse Hackettstown, N.J., Nov. 5, 2018—The Hackettstown Medical Center Community Advisory Board has awarded a $22,400 grant for Centenary University’s Counseling Center to provide Mental Health First Aid training to members of the University and larger Warren County communities. […]
  • 10/19 | Centenary University Breaks Ground for New Baseball Complex
    Cyclones’ state-of-the-art home field will be available for use by local high schools and recreational teams Hackettstown, N.J., Oct. 19, 2018—Centenary University broke ground today on a new baseball complex. Dubbed Our Diamond of Dreams, the project will provide a home field for the Cyclone baseball team, the University’s largest NCAA Division III sport, which […]
  • 10/18 | Centenary partners with New Jersey Campus Compact to launch Changebuilders Project
    New program has the potential to create up to 50,000 hours of high-quality volunteer time over five years Hackettstown, N.J., Oct. 17, 2018—New Jersey Campus Compact (NJCC) has partnered with Centenary University to launch the Changebuilders Project. Under the new venture, hundreds of Centenary University students will engage and volunteer with communities, enabling them to […]
  • 10/03 | Centenary University Awarded $300,000 Grant from the Department of Justice
    Three-year grant will fund new initiative to support survivors of sexual assault and violence Hackettstown, N.J., Oct. 3, 2018—The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded a $300,000 grant to Centenary University to institute Cyclone Strong, a new initiative to strengthen awareness, prevention, and on-campus services regarding sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking (SADVS). […]
  • 09/28 | New York Jets and Centenary Announce Partnership
    The New York Jets and Centenary University today announced a new partnership focusing on the development and launch of a multi-faceted educational program for the students of the New Jersey-based university. The program will include a new Jets-centric college course and hands-on career development programs to give Centenary University students the unique opportunity to learn […]
  • 09/18 | Centenary University Reports Significant Increase in Freshman Enrollment
    Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 18, 2018—Centenary University has reported a significant increase in freshman enrollment for the 2018-2019 academic year, bucking a national trend of declining enrollment at small, liberal arts colleges. The members of the Class of 2022, who arrived on campus in late August, represent a 15 percent enrollment hike over last year’s freshman […]
  • 09/18 | Seasoned AD Takes the Helm for Cyclone Athletics
    Travis Spencer, a talented administrator with 18 years of collegiate athletic experience, has been named the director of athletics at Centenary University.
  • 09/12 | Centenary University Launches New Honors Program
    Selective program provides 23 outstanding students with opportunities for intensive study and scholarly research Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 12, 2018—Centenary University has launched a new Honors Program for the fall semester, providing academically talented students with opportunities for advanced study and scholarly research. In its inaugural year, the program has accepted 23 students after a rigorous […]
  • 09/12 | Softball Players Expand World View in Costa Rica
    Summer service trip part of broader University program that provides international learning opportunities to Centenary students Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 12, 2018—Centenary University’s head softball coach and assistant athletic director, Kim Broking, led her team spreading Cyclone pride and love for their sport to children in Costa Rica this summer during an eight-day trip geared to […]
  • 09/12 | Education Graduates Earn Statewide Recognition
    Three graduates honored at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Award Ceremony Hackettstown, N.J., Sept. 12, 2018—Three Centenary University graduates were recognized for excellence at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical and Cooperating Teachers Award Ceremony. The awards are co-sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Education and New Jersey’s Association of Colleges for […]
  • 08/31 | Alumni & Family Weekend–Registration Now Open!
    Alumni and Family Weekend ’18   Registration Links are now open: Parent Registration Click Here Alumni Registration Click Here 50th Reunion Registration Click Here Learn More October 5th-7th, 2018 Alumni and Family Weekend is the perfect time to come to campus! Whether you’re a graduate celebrating a special reunion with classmates or a family member visiting […]
  • 08/31 | Horse Walker Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
    The Centenary University Equine Studies Department cordially invites you to the Horse Walker Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Please join us for an afternoon of festivities at The Centenary University Equestrian Center on Saturday, October 6, 2018 • 4 pm – 6pm • 40 Califon Road • Long Valley, NJ 07853 • Barn tours, TRAC presentation, and refreshments will be provided. […]
  • 08/03 | Centenary University to Host Community English as a Second Language (ESL) Program
    14-week course begins Sept. 6 Hackettstown, N.J., Aug. 3, 2018—Centenary University will conduct a 14-week Community English as a Second Language (ESL) course beginning Sept. 6. Classes, which are open to members of the local community, will run from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the University’s Hackettstown campus. The course is designed to help immigrants […]
  • 07/28 | Thank You, First Responders!
    Newly-rebuilt President’s House is site of reception to honor those who battled 2015 blaze that destroyed the original structure. More than 100 first responders, neighbors and friends were welcomed by Centenary University President David P. Haney and Lisa Baldwin, presidential spouse and university ambassador, to a special reception honoring the first responders who battled the fire […]
  • 07/25 | Proud to be a Cyclone!
    Fresh Start Welcomes First-Year Students to Centenary University Centenary University’s Class of 2022 arrived on campus recently for Fresh Start, the University’s overnight summer orientation program for incoming students. The 160 new Cyclones who attended met classmates and participated in fun activities on campus during the annual event, which helps new students to become acclimated […]
  • 07/18 | Welcome Home! Meet Centenary University’s New Chaplain, Timothy Nicinski ’03
    For Panther Valley resident, Timothy Nicinski, Centenary University in Hackettstown is a special place. In 2003, he graduated from therewith a master’s in instructional leadership. An educator at the time, that degree allowed him to excel in his field, which included being the superintendent of the Stanhope School District. Nicinski retired from the public education […]
  • 07/17 | Centenary University Honors Veterans
    Eighth annual luncheon for veterans lauds students and alumni who have served our country. Hackettstown, N.J., July 17, 2018—Centenary University recently honored student and alumni veterans at the eighth annual Lunch with the President, which is organized by the University’s Office of Veteran Services. University President David P. Haney and Lisa Baldwin, university ambassador and […]
  • 07/16 | Centenary University Pool to Close Permanently
    Last day of pool operation will be on or about March 31, 2019 Hackettstown, N.J., July 16, 2018— Centenary University will close its pool in the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center on or about March 31, 2019. The University considered a number of important factors over several months before arriving at the difficult decision […]
  • 07/13 | Centenary Expands Education Degree Programs
    Courses beginning in September at the Florence M. Burd School in Newton and Warren County Technical High School in Washington, N.J. Hackettstown, N.J., July 13, 2018—Centenary University will add two new professional development sites offering advanced education courses beginning in September. Certified teachers can now register to take classes at the Florence M. Burd School […]
  • 07/11 | Grant Will Foster Intergenerational Connections
    $13,000 grant from Council of Independent Colleges will fund programs linking college students with older adults Hackettstown, N.J., July 11, 2018—The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) has awarded a $13,000 grant to Centenary University to fund intergenerational programs that link college students with older adults in the community. Centenary was selected for the grant from […]
  • 07/06 | Alumni and Family Weekend
    Oct. 5-7, 2018 Cyclone pride will be front and center as you experience the exciting new developments underway at Centenary University. Renew old friendships, network, cheer on our Cyclone sports teams and much more! Family members of current students are also invited to join in the fun. Class of 1968 — Celebrate your 50th reunion […]
  • 07/06 | Prestigious Fellowship for Centenary University Student
    Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes Hope Leonard ’19’s commitment to social change. Hackettstown, N.J., July 6, 2018—Centenary University junior Hope Leonard of Bordentown, N.J., has been awarded a Newman Civic Fellowship, a prestigious honor that recognizes college students for outstanding commitment to social change. The fellowship will begin in September and will run through May 2019. Honorees were […]
  • 06/28 | Centenary University Professor’s Book Wins Another Coveted Award
    Breandán Mac Suibhne’s “The End of Outrage” recognized by the American Conference on Irish Studies Centenary University Professor of History Breandán Mac Suibhne’s book, The End of Outrage: Post-Famine Adjustment in Rural Ireland (Oxford University Press, 2017), has won the coveted James S. Donnelly Sr. Award for Books on History and the Social Sciences, presented annually by the American Conference […]
  • 06/28 | Centenary University Professor’s CD Accepted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    Centenary University Professor of Art Joseph Coco’s CD, “World War III is Here!,” has been accepted into the permanent collection of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. The CD, which reflects the political turbulence in the United States today, is now included in the museum’s special collection of protest music. Released […]
  • 06/19 | Centenary University Graduate Earns Significant Scholarship
    Samantha Frosch of Bohemia, N.Y. will attend North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Hackettstown, N.J., June 18, 2018—For Samantha Frosch of Bohemia, N.Y., an undergraduate degree from Centenary University provided the rigorous academic training she needed for acceptance into North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. An equine science and biology major, […]
  • 06/15 | Centenary University Names 2018 Hackettstown High School Scholar
    Eagle Scout Kyle Hrebenak of Great Meadows awarded full tuition scholarship Eagle Scout Kyle Hrebenak of Great Meadows has been named the Centenary University 2018 Hackettstown High School Scholar. He will graduate from Hackettstown High School on June 25 and will attend the University next fall. Awarded annually through the University’s partnership with Hackettstown High […]
  • 06/11 | And the winner is…
    John Johnson Automotive Group in Budd Lake donates vehicle to raise funds for new Centenary University baseball complex Centenary University recently raffled off a new vehicle donated by John Johnson Automotive Group in Budd Lake to raise funds for a new baseball complex on the Hackettstown campus. The state-of-the-art field, dubbed “Our Diamond of Dreams,” […]
  • 05/16 | Equine Student of the Semester
    Lindsay O’Donnell
    Lindsay O’Donnell has been named the Fall 2017 Equine Student of the Semester by the Centenary University Equine Studies Department. The award is given out each semester to a student who demonstrates exceptional abilities, interest, and/or compassion in horsemanship. Lindsay exemplifies the principles and standards of both Centenary University and what is expected in the […]
  • 05/14 | Esteemed businessman visits DVRHS
    “God, why didn’t you make me smart?” That’s one of the notes Jordan Toma wrote to himself back in grade school. A severe learning disability, exacerbated by high anxiety, frustration and hopelessness soaked his childhood in failure. Until he learned to overcome his deficiencies with hard work. Mr. Toma brought his success story to the […]
  • 05/11 | Centenary University celebrates its 143rd Commencement
    Centenary University celebrated its 143rd Commencement on Saturday. The skies cooperated on the front lawn of the Edward W. Seay Administration Building where more than 450 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees were given out. Commencement speaker, Jen Pace ’09, senior manager of preschool production and development at Nickelodeon, illustrated how far you can go in the job market […]
  • 05/10 | Diamond of Dreams Scholarship Gala
    Nearly 200 people celebrated Centenary University’s “Our Diamond of Dreams Scholarship Gala” held at Perona Farms. To view our full gallery, please click here
  • 05/02 | Social Media – The Best Addition
    to Any Degree
    Social Media Coordinator. Content Marketer. Online Community Manager. Millennials are taking over these positions, and they provide a good-looking paycheck to help pay for ridiculously high rent and student loans. Right now, with some digital advertising skills, a degree in marketing or business, and a good personality (or maybe not even all of that), these […]
  • 04/26 | Nickelodeon Production and Development Executive to Deliver Centenary University Commencement Address
    More than 450 degrees will be conferred at University’s 143rd commencement Hackettstown, N.J., April 24, 2018—Jen Pace, senior manager of preschool production and development at Nickelodeon, the number-one entertainment brand for kids, will deliver the keynote address at Centenary University’s 143rd commencement on Saturday, May 12, at 1 p.m. The ceremony will be held on […]
  • 04/25 | Centenary University students to host the Awesome Athletes Walk-a-thon & Family Fun Day
    (Hackettstown, N.J., April 19, 2018) – The senior students of Centenary University Sports Management Program will host the Awesome Athletes Walk-a-Thon and Family Fun Day event to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey – Area 3 (Morris, Sussex, and Warren Counties) on Sunday, April 29 at Donaldson Farms – Farm Market located at 358 Allen Road […]
  • 04/23 | Centenary Honors Mount Olive Residents
    Centenary University Honors Mount Olive Residents With Gold Dome Award Prestigious award recognizes individuals who advance the mission and ideals of the University Hackettstown, N.J., April 12, 2018—Centenary University will present its prestigious Gold Dome Award to Mount Olive residents George W. and Nancy Johns Paffendorf at its annual scholarship gala on Thursday, May 3. […]
  • 04/11 | Centenary University to Host Academic Symposium and Honors Convocation
    Annual event on Thursday, April 26 showcases outstanding student research When he arrived at Centenary University last September, Sean Graham of Washington, N.J., wasted no time embracing the University’s emphasis on scholarly research. The freshman secondary education major chose to study historical interactions between Centenary University and Hackettstown for a project that will eventually lead […]
  • 04/11 | Centenary University to Host Sports Management Symposium on April 20
    Sports marketing pro William A. Sutton will deliver keynote at seventh annual event Well known sports marketing practitioner William A. Sutton will deliver the keynote address at Centenary University’s seventh annual Sports Management Conference on Friday, April 20, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the David and Carol Lackland Center. The conference brings industry […]
  • 04/04 | Centenary University Hosted Fulbright Visiting Lecturer, Dr. Svetlana Ghenova
    Centenary University hosted a Fulbright Visiting lecturer, Dr. Svetlana Ghenova, an Associate Professor of Economics at Comrat State University in Moldova. She is presently researching as a Fulbright Fellow at the Kogod School of Business, American University, Washington, DC. and visited Centenary from March 26 – March 29th, 2018. She is pictured above with Centenary’s […]
  • 03/27 | Centenary University Spring Authors Series Concludes with Hackettstown Author
    Maryann McFadden will discuss her new book about the 1886 Tillie Smith murder. Hackettstown, N.J., April 2, 2018—Centenary University concludes its Spring Authors Series on Tuesday, April 24, with a discussion and book signing featuring Maryann McFadden, Hackettstown resident and author of The Cemetery Keeper’s Wife, a new historical novel based on the 1886 murder […]
  • 03/09 | Centenary Students Meet with the Mayor of Dublin During Their Trip to Ireland
    Mícheál Mac Donncha, Lord Mayor of Dublin, with students of Centenary University, New Jersey, who are on an educational trip to Dublin. The students told the mayor that they were very impressed by Dublin’s rich history, stunning architecture, free cultural amenities like the National Museum and National Gallery, and nightlife. They also thought Dublin compared very […]
  • 03/05 | Gates-Ferry Lecturer John Smart Presents “Tomorrow is in Your Hands: “Creating an Amazing Future” at Centenary University
    Hackettstown, NJ, March 1, 2018—Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer and futurist John Smart presented “Tomorrow is in Your Hands: Creating an Amazing Future” on Feb. 28 before a packed crowd in the Sitnik Theatre on campus. His message: embrace innovation and advanced technologies to succeed in the future. The CEO of Foresight University, a […]
  • 01/30 | Centenary University Professor is Nominated for a Creativity & Arts Award by IrishCentral
    His book, The End of Outrage, Was Named the Irish Times’ Irish Nonfiction Book of the Year for 2017 Hackettstown, N.J., January 30, 2018 –Breandan Mac Suibhne, Associate Professor of History at Centenary University, has been nominated for IrishCentral’s Creativity & Arts Award in the category for The Written Word for his title, The End […]
  • 01/29 | Centenary Professor is Featured in the Irish Times
    Centenary University’s Associate Professor of History, Dr. Breandan Mac Suibhne, had an article published in The Irish Times on January 27, 2018.  Click here to read it.
  • 01/26 | Centenary Stage Company Presents Sleepy Man
    Proceeds of the Concert Benefit the President’s Innovation Fund January 26, 2018 – Centenary Stage Company and Centenary University present the virtuosic Americana band sensation, Sleepy Man, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center as a special benefit concert to support the Centenary […]
  • 01/23 | Student Embarks on an Internship in the UK
    This Internship is the Sixth for this Sports Management Student Hackettstown, N.J., January 23, 2018 – Centenary University student David Vanartsdalen understands that it is important to get a lot of experience in one’s chosen field even before graduation. This Sports Management student understands this so well that he is embarking on his sixth internship. […]
  • 01/19 | Equestrian Student: Centenary Program Put Me on the Industry Fast Track
    When Matt Drohan got horseback riding lessons for Christmas one year, he never imagined it would influence his choice of college and ultimately lead to a career in the equine industry.But that’s just what happened.Those riding lessons opened a whole new world that eventually led him to Centenary University, where he is now a senior, […]
  • 01/19 | Want to Know How to Create an Amazing Future in 2018 and Beyond?
    Members of the Public are Invited to Gates-Ferry Visiting Lectureship
  • 01/12 | Music to Warm the Heart at Centenary Stage’s January Thaw Music Festival
    By Natalie Pompilio For NJ Advance Media on January 11, 2017 Singer Freda Payne remembers the day in June 1996 that legendary jazz artist Ella Fitzgerald died. “I was heartsick,” Payne said in an interview with NJ Advance Media. “And I said, ‘You know what? I want to play Ella on stage.'” A few years later, the “Band of Gold” singer did just that. […]
  • 01/08 | Fake News: What Can We Do About It?
    Published on January 6, 2018 on NJ.com by Deborah Lev, Associate Professor of Communication at Centenary University. “Facebook: where thinking goes to die,” Bill Maher recently quipped on his Friday night Real Time TV show last month ridiculing America’s drive to selfie itself into oblivion. But his joke has deeper impact now that Facebook, Google, […]
  • 01/08 | Centenary University to Offer English as a Second Language Program to Members of the Community
    Hackettstown, N.J., January 9, 2018 – For the Spring 2018 semester, Centenary University will offer adult English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for the community. This service is offered to adults who are not full time matriculated students at the University, as there has been a growing demand for a class like this in […]
  • 01/03 | Centenary University’s Therapy Horse Named ‘Horse of the Year’
    By Leslie Ruse, Morristown Daily Record Published 2:39 p.m. ET Dec. 22, 2017 | Updated 9:35 a.m. ET Dec. 27, 2017 Lucy the therapy horse at Centenary University gets top billing for her disposition. Lucy, a therapeutic riding horse at Centenary University, was named the Region 2 Horse of the Year by the Professional Association […]
2017 (110)
  • 12/21 | Alumnus Serves as Team Leader for Americorps
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 21, 2017 – Kevin Moncada, a Centenary University Social Work degree graduate from 2017, was recently stationed in Puerto Rico as Team Leader for Gold-1 on behalf of the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) for Americorps. He oversees a team of 12 and his team will remain together for the duration of […]
  • 12/15 | Centenary University Professor Wins Award from the Rhetoric Review Journal
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 15, 2017 – Dr. Lisa Mastrangelo, an Associate Professor of English at Centenary University, has been selected as a top-three finalist for the 2017 Theresa J. Enos Anniversary Award. Dr. Mastrangelo won an Honorable Mention from Rhetoric Review for her summer 2017 publication in their journal. Dr. Mastrangelo’s essay “Changing Ideographs of […]
  • 12/14 | Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies Program to Offer New Accounting Degree
    Hackettstown, N.J. December 14, 2017 – Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) is coming up to its one year anniversary at its new location at the Mack-Cali Professional Building at 7 Campus Drive. New classes are starting soon in January. SPS offers many different programs including a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. This […]
  • 12/13 | Alumnus and Principal is Honored
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 13, 2017 – Christopher Kavcak, the Principal of Warren Hills Regional High School and a Centenary alumnus, was recently honored with the Centenary University/Visions Federal Credit Union Educational Leader of the Year Award. This Award is bestowed upon an innovative and inspiring school leader from Northern New Jersey. CENTENARY ALUMNUS AND PRINCIPAL […]
  • 12/11 | Centenary Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Father John’s Animal House
    Photo by Tracy Klimek/New Jersey Herald – Centenary University freshman fashion design students place custom made crate covers over crates housing rescue kittens at Father John’s Animal House, in Sparta, on Thursday. They made the covers in Professor Kristen McKitish’s Academics Foundation course. By Katie Moen New Jersey Herald Posted: Dec. 11, 2017 12:01 am […]
  • 12/11 | Mount Olive Student Accepted to Fellows Program
    Leslie Ruse, Morristown Daily Record Published 6:42 p.m. ET Dec. 8, 2017 | Updated 11:48 a.m. ET Dec. 9, 2017 Colin Hudson, a junior at Centenary University, was recently accepted into the 2017-2018 BNY Mellon Enactus Student Fellows program.(Photo: Photo courtesy of Centenary University) Colin Hudson, a junior at Centenary University, was accepted into the […]
  • 12/08 | Jessica A. Jansyn Named New Practice Group Leader
    December 8, 2017— Laddey, Clark & Ryan, LLP has announced the appointment of Jessica A. Jansyn, Esq. as the new Practice Group Leader of their Commercial Litigation Practice Group, effective immediately. Managing Partner, Thomas Ryan, commented, “Jessica is positioned to utilize her incredible talents to take this practice area to new heights, ensuring quality and […]
  • 12/06 | Centenary University’s Therapeutic Riding Horse, Lucy, is Named Horse of the Year
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 6, 2017 – Lucy, a therapeutic riding horse at Centenary University, has been named Region Two Horse of the Year by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH). Lucy is a 26 year old registered American Quarter Horse with the official name of Strings O Stardust. Lucy is one of five […]
  • 12/04 | Meet Professor McKitish
    Meet Professor McKitish One quality I love about Professor McKitish is her ability to bring the best out of her students. She always says “you are paying for college, you should get your money’s worth.” She has exceeded my expectations in and outside the classroom. McKitish was a student at Centenary University and went on […]
  • 12/04 | Centenary University Alumni Association to Hold Holiday Toy Drive and Party
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 4, 2017 – This holiday season, two influential forces in Hackettstown are working together to commit to helping the community. Centenary University’s Alumni Association Executive Board is collaborating with Bea McNally’s Restaurant to run a holiday toy fundraiser and party. All donations will benefit various charities through Trinity United Methodist Church. The […]
  • 11/29 | Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies Classes to Start in January
    One Year Anniversary in New Location in Parsippany Hackettstown, N.J. November 29, 2017 – Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) is coming up to its one year anniversary at its new location at the Mack-Cali Professional Building at 7 Campus Drive and new classes are starting on January 7, 2018. This facility offers a […]
  • 11/20 | Don’t Miss Out on Centenary University and Hackettstown BID’s Hometown Holiday Celebration
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 20, 2017 – Centenary University is partnering with the Hackettstown Business Improvement District (BID) for the annual Hometown Holiday Celebration on December 1, 2017. This is the fifth year that Centenary and the Hackettstown BID will work together to promote holiday spirit to the Hackettstown community and beyond. The festivities will kick […]
  • 11/20 | Op-Ed: New Challenges for Law Enforcement in a Digital World
    Published by NJ Spotlight on November 17, 2017. More and more, police officers and first responders are required to secure digital evidence in the field. They must know where to begin and when to stop. Apple launched the iPhone just 10 years ago and opened up a vast new digital world that has transformed the […]
  • 11/20 | Centenary University’s Enactus Team to Host Tricky Tray
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 20, 2017 – Centenary University’s Enactus team and Rotaract Club will host a Tricky Tray on Saturday, December 9, 2017. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. in the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown. Drawings will begin at 8 p.m. There will be a $6 […]
  • 11/17 | Dunkin’ Donuts of Hackettstown and Centenary University to Host Celebrity Meet and Greet
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 17, 2017–Members of the community are invited to Centenary University, from 6 to 9 p.m., on December 4, 2017 at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center for a celebrity meet and greet with musical artist and television personality Kevin Jonas, former New York Giants running back Lee Rouson […]
  • 11/13 | Centenary University Student is Accepted into the 2017-2018 BNY Mellon Enactus Fellows Program
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 13, 2017 – Colin Hudson, a Centenary junior from Mount Olive, was recently accepted into the 2017-2018 BNY Mellon Enactus Student Fellows Program. Enactus is an international organization that connects student, academic, and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their […]
  • 11/07 | Tips for Making the Most of a College Open House Tour
    NJ Advance Media recently wrote a piece about tips for making the most of a college open house tour.  Our Admissions staff weighs in on the topic.  Click here to read the article.
  • 11/06 | Does it Really Cost that Much More? Five Myths About Private Colleges
    Written by Dr. David P. Haney, President of Centenary University. Published by the Star-Ledger on November 5, 2017. To many, “private college” suggests billion-dollar endowments and wealthy parents preparing Junior to manage the family’s hedge funds. But most of the private, non-profit institutions represented by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of New Jersey […]
  • 11/05 | Centenary University Film
    Projects from the film production courses at Centenary University in Hackettstown, NJ
  • 11/02 | Centenary Introduces New Learning Spaces
    By Katie Moen New Jersey Herald/Photo of Centenary Senior, Amy Miller, pictured below by Katie Moen If someone were to take the inner workings of the human brain and put them on display, the end result might look something like Centenary University’s new Innovation Cave. The small alcove, with its floor-to-ceiling whiteboard walls, starts each day […]
  • 11/01 | Visiting Professor of Business Talks to WalletHub.com about Building Student Credit
    It’s never too early to start building credit and preparing for your financial future. Here are the best credit cards for college students and some helpful tips from Centenary Visiting Professor of Business, Dr. Joseph Downey.
  • 10/31 | Centenary Professor, Dr. Breandan MacSuibne, Shares the Tradition of Halloween in Ireland
    Click here to read his story about how Halloween is celebrated in Ireland.
  • 10/27 | Members of the Community are Invited to Moot Court at Centenary University
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 27, 2017 – Centenary University’s Environmental Law class will be running a Moot Court event exercise at 6 p.m. November 7, 2017 in the Little Theatre, which is located in the Edward. W. Seay Administration Building. Members of the community are invited to this event. The students have been assigned teams, Plaintiff […]
  • 10/23 | Centenary Embarks on a S.M.A.R.T. Initiative
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 23, 2017 – Centenary University students are embarking on a S.M.A.R.T. initiative with Hatchery Hill Elementary School. This project which first came to fruition last spring stands for Students and Mentors Achieving Results Together. The goal of S.M.A.R.T. is to serve as a resource for elementary school children and as a relevant […]
  • 10/18 | Embarking on a Path to Transfer Program
    Students Who Participate in this Program will be Eligible for Scholarship Funds Upon Earning a Degree from CCM Hackettstown, N.J., October 18, 2017 – Dr. David P. Haney, Centenary University President, and Dr. Anthony J. Iacono, President of County College of Morris (CCM), have signed a Path to Transfer Program agreement. This agreement guarantees a […]
  • 10/17 | Centenary University’s Social Work Class Advocates for Peggy’s Law and is Instrumental in Having a N.J. Bill Passed after Seven Years!
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 17, 2017 – Centenary University’s Social Welfare Policy course has turned out to be a game changer for so many people. Every spring semester, Terri Klemm, Associate Professor of Social Work, works with students in Centenary’s Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program to find and learn about state and national legislative proposals […]
  • 10/17 | Centenary University Women’s Softball Team to Host Annual Tricky Tray
    Fun-filled Event is Open to the Public Hackettstown, N.J., October 17, 2017 – Centenary University’s Women’s Softball team will host its Annual Tricky Tray on Saturday, November 11, 2017. The doors will open at 6:30 in the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown. There will be a $10 admission […]
  • 10/14 | Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite to Discuss “Reinventing Yourself” at Rutherfurd Hall
    Summary: The Rutherfurd Hall Foundation presents Women on the Watch, a series of WOW talks at Rutherfurd Hall, 1686 Route 517 in Allamuchy, NJ. Influential women from the greater community share their experiences — complete with successes and failures — and the decisions they have made as they impart their life lessons in the stories […]
  • 10/12 | Centenary University Partners with Elemental Path to Conduct an Artificial Intelligence Educational Project
    Ten Students in Three School Districts Experience Learning from an AI Toy Hackettstown, N.J., (Oct. 12, 2017) – Centenary University’s Innovation, Education and Psychology Departments partnered with Elemental Path, an educational technology developer that was recently named “A Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Company that is Disrupting Education” by DisruptorDaily, to conduct a research project to […]
  • 10/11 | Centenary University Names New Vice President for Finance and Business
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 11, 2017 – Denton Stargel has recently been named Centenary University’s Vice President for Finance and Business. In this role, Stargel will manage the business and financial sectors of the university. The Glen Rock resident has over 30 years in experience in the area of finance, strategic planning and sales. He most […]
  • 10/06 | Centenary University Student Leader Becomes an Ordained Minister
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 6, 2017 – Najee Evans, a Social Work student from Hillside, was recently ordained at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Newark. Reverend Evans is a junior and founder of Every Person in Christ, a spiritual group on campus. His leadership roles on the Centenary campus ranges from Resident Assistant, Second Year Leader, […]
  • 10/05 | Centenary University Hosts 18 Government Executives from the Republic of China for an Emergency Management Seminar
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 5, 2017 – Centenary University’s Department of Social Sciences, in cooperation with Triway International Group, Falls Church, VA, was host to 18 government Division Chiefs the People’s Republic of China recently. The Executives work in various government bureaus involved in disaster preparedness, and are in the United States to study our current […]
  • 10/02 | Gates-Ferry Lecturer at Centenary to Discuss “Why Race, Culture & Trauma Matters in Schools?”
    Members of the Public are Invited Hackettstown, N.J., October 2, 2017 – Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Dr. Tyrone Howard, will conduct a presentation at 7 p.m. on October 17, 2017, at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center. He will address the audience with the following presentation: “Why Race, Culture […]
  • 09/29 | Meet My Professor…. Dr. Monks
    Meet Dr. Monks Dr. Monks is the Assistant Professor of Biology and (quite literally) the superhero of Trevorrow, the science building on campus. There’s no doubt that committing to being a science or pre-med major can be extremely overwhelming. However, when you step into a lecture hall or lab and see your professor wearing a […]
  • 09/28 | Centenary University is Ranked as a Best College for Your Money by Money Magazine
    Hackettstown, N.J., September 28, 2017 –  Centenary University was featured in the newly released MONEY 2017/2018 list for the 711 Best Colleges for Your Money. Centenary University was ranked for best value for educational quality, affordability and alumni success. The sources for this list compilation are the United States Department of Education, Peterson’s, Payscale.com and […]
  • 09/26 | Centenary University is Named a “Hidden Gem” by College Raptor
    Hackettstown, N.J, September 26, 2017 – College Raptor, the only college planning website that helps families discover colleges based on personalized estimates of actual college costs, has featured Centenary as a 2018 Hidden U.S. Gem in an announcement published recently. Centenary University earned a spot in: Hidden Northeast Gems This selection recognizes Centenary as one […]
  • 09/21 | Jonathan Matthews, Expert on Writer and Centenary Alumna, Katharine Brush, Talks about her Career in the Presentation Titled “Kay and Me”
    Hackettstown, N.J, September 21, 2017 – Members of the community are invited to attend a free presentation about author, Katharine Brush, a 1917 graduate, during the 15 anniversary celebration of Alumni & Family Weekend. This discussion will be conducted by blogger, Jonathan Matthews, at 1 p.m. on October 7, 2017 in the George H. Whitney […]
  • 09/18 | Centenary University Student, Abraham Rexrode ’18, is Awarded with a Pride of Greater Lehigh Valley Scholarship
    Hackettstown, N.J., September 18, 2017 – Abraham Rexrode ’18, a Centenary senior and a resident of Phillipsburg, was awarded the Rainbow Scholarship from Pride of the Greater Lehigh Valley (PrideGLV) recently. Rexrode, who is an English: Creative Writing student, was recommended by two of his professors – Dr. Sharon Decker, Associate Professor of English and […]
  • 09/18 | Teacher of the Year Has Own Classroom Style
    Centenary University graduate student, Teresa Muzzo, was highlighted in the NJ Herald recently. Read more below about the Sussex County Teacher of the Year. NEWTON — To the untrained eye, middle school teacher Teresa Muzzo’s classroom may seem a little chaotic. A sign on the wall reads: “Do you know how to relax?” By the […]
  • 09/14 | Centenary Conducts a Blessing of the Animals
    Hackettstown, N.J., September 14, 2017 – Centenary University, which was named as one of the top Great Colleges for Animal Lovers by Great Value Colleges, will be conducting a Blessing of the Animals in honor of Saint Francis Day and World Animal Day at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 6, 2017 at the Centenary University […]
  • 09/11 | Newton VFW Holds First Expo for Veterans
    Click here to see NJ Herald article that focuses on veteran services.  Centenary University’s Director of Veteran Services, Margie Pavlichko, was interviewed for this piece.  
  • 08/29 | Goodbyes, New Beginnings Mark Centenary University’s Move-In Day
    Published by the NJ Herald on August 27, 2017 (D. Danzis) HACKETTSTOWN — Golf carts lined Jefferson Street with eager upperclassmen, faculty and staff ready to help first-year students unload their belongings into Reeves and Smith dormitory halls. The move-in crews sprang into action for every vehicle that pulled up, quickly moving suitcases, mini-fridges and […]
  • 08/29 | Members of the Community are Invited to a Family-Friendly Fundraiser for a Centenary Graduate
    Hackettstown, N.J., August 29, 2017 – One year ago, Joe Mahaffey, a Centenary Business Administration major from the class of 2010 and son of long-time university staff member and alumna, Trish Varn Mahaffey ‘75/’78, had a life-threatening motorcycle accident. As a result, Centenary University, Rutherfurd Hall and CWeb will be sponsoring a fundraiser that is […]
  • 08/23 | Centenary Continues “Community Plunge” Tradition
    Hackettstown, N.J., August 23, 2017 – Centenary University will continue its longstanding commitment to community service when the Class of 2021 carries forth one of the institution’s primary missions by engaging in “Community Plunge” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, August 28, 2017. Centenary University has long been known for its innovative approach […]
  • 08/21 | Former Laurel Ridge High Standout’s Opportunity as College Coach Finally Arrives
    Centenary’s new head Basketball Coach was featured in the Baltimore Sun. Click here to read the article.
  • 08/17 | NJ Biz Industry Highlights – Social Media Management Skills Bolster Your Resume – and Enhance Your Career
    This NJBiz Industry Insights piece was co-authored by Dr. Deirdre Christofalo, Centenary University’s Vice President for Adult, Corporate and Online Education and Tim Guella, Director of Social Media for Centenary University’s Social Media Center of Expertise | #theVIBE.  We live our lives — and do business — through social media. Over 2 billion social media […]
  • 08/01 | Centenary Gives Back to Hackettstown
    The 150 Year Old Institution Donates over $5,000 Back to the Community Hackettstown, N.J., August 1, 2017 – Dr. David P. Haney, Centenary University President, recently presented a check of $5,250 to Maria DiGiovanni, Mayor of the Town of Hackettstown, as a result of an initiative for the institution’s 150th anniversary. Centenary University raised sponsorships […]
  • 07/25 | Five Reasons to Study Social Media Marketing at Centenary University
    #1 Our Social Media Marketing courses are now offered in a new and exciting LIVE format. You are now able to participate in sessions remotely through our live streaming technology at our #theVIBE Parsippany location. This new format gives students the ultimate control of how to complete these synchronously streamed courses. The choice is yours. […]
  • 07/11 | Two Centenary Students are Honored at the NJ Young Filmmaker Festival
    Hackettstown N.J. July 11, 2017- Two Centenary University students were honored at the New Jersey Young Filmmaker Festival recently. Krysta Astengo, a student from Clifton, won second place in the college category for her film “Plagued Spirit.”   In addition, Christopher Carter, a student from Somerset, tied for third place for his film titled “Twilight Realm.” […]
  • 07/05 | WNTI.ORG to Host a Car Show on July 15, 2017
    Hackettstown, N.J, July 5, 2017 –WNTI.ORG, Centenary University’s online campus radio station will be hosting its first annual car show from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 15, 2017 at the parking lot of Centenary University’s David and Carol Lackland Center located at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown. Those with classic, sports, or exotic […]
  • 06/29 | Centenary University Commencement Keynote Speaker to Ask “Are You Seeing With Your Imagination?”
    Click here to learn about what Futurist and Centenary Commencement Keynote Speaker, Rita J. King, says about her experience at Centenary University and she asks the important question of “are you seeing with your imagination?”  
  • 06/29 | Student is Inducted in NJ Collegiate Business Assoc. (NJCBAA)
    Hackettstown, N.J, June 29, 2017 – Glenn Allen, a student from Cresskill, N.J., was inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) Honor Society at the New Jersey State House recently. This award is bestowed upon students who are in the top 1% GPA of the total population of business students at their […]
  • 06/28 | Centenary University to Offer English as a Second Language Program to Members of the Community
    Hackettstown, N.J., June 28, 2017 – For the Fall 2017 semester, Centenary University will offer adult English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for the community. This service is offered to adults who are not full time matriculated students at the University, as there has been a growing demand for a class like this in […]
  • 06/22 | Heath Village Hosts Free Lifelong Learning Seminar Featuring Centenary University President
    Washington Township, Morris County – Heath Village Retirement Community invites the public to join our residents for a seminar on the value of lifelong learning and utilizing Centenary University as a resource to help attendees see life and retirement in a whole new way. The seminar will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July […]
  • 06/14 | Enactus Team Finishes in the Top 10%
    Hackettstown, N.J, June 14, 2017 – The Enactus Team from Centenary University proved that they are a force to be reckoned with when it finished as one of the top 48 teams in the USA at the National Competition in Kansas City, MO recently. Out of the 457 active Enactus teams dispersed throughout various colleges […]
  • 06/12 | Centenary Holds Summer Culture & Language Program
    Hackettstown, N.J., June 12, 2017 – Centenary University will again conduct its annual intensive Summer Culture and Language Program for international students to study American culture and the English language. This program is open to all international college students and high school students who will be attending college/university in the United States, or who are […]
  • 05/19 | Can America’s National Pastime Thrive in a Digital Age?
    By David Perricone, Centenary University, Published by NJBiz, May 19, 2017 at 10:49 AM Major League Baseball is big business. The industry’s revenues are projected to reach $10 billion this year, with 75 million fans expected to attend major league games this year. Team valuations are at record highs. Forbes estimates the average MLB team is worth […]
  • 05/18 | Centenary University to Hold Ribbon-Cutting for New State-of-the-Art Facility for Adult Learners
    Motivational Speaker Eric LeGrand to Deliver Remarks Parsippany, N.J. May 18, 2017 – Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS), which has served the educational needs of adult students since 1999, will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at its new location in Parsippany located at the Mack-Cali Professional […]
  • 05/17 | After Sale, WNTI is Regaining Popularity on the Internet
    Published by the Mount Olive Chronicle on April 12, 2017. MOUNT OLIVE TWP. – To many listeners of the once-popular WNTI radio out of Centenary University, the 2015 sale to a National Public Radio subsidiary was a financial deal that was met with sadness and pessimism. Now, nearly three years later, the public radio station […]
  • 05/17 | Use Your Imagination to See
    Centenary’s Commencement Keynote Address By Rita J. King, Futurist, Entrepreneur, Writer and Expert in Applied Imagination Thank you for inviting me here today, Dr. David Haney, for your first commencement as the president of Centenary University. A commencement is the beginning of something new in your lives–your entry into the world of work. I specialize […]
  • 05/12 | Centenary Graduating Senior Katie Steiner 2017 Winner of Cacchione Cup
    Centenary University Places as IHSA Reserve Champion, Comes in at Second Place for the 2017 American National Riding Commission Championship & 4th Place for the Intercollegiate Dressage Association Championship Hackettstown, N.J., May 12, 2017 – For the fourth time in eight years, a Centenary University student won the coveted USEF/Cacchione Cup, which is sponsored by […]
  • 05/10 | Centenary Ranked Among Top Equestrian Institutions
    Hackettstown, N.J., May 10, 2017 – Centenary University has been ranked among the Top 20 Best Equestrian Colleges in the nation recently by ThoughtCo.com. ThoughtCo.com recognizes Centenary and the other colleges and universities for their outstanding equine education programs offering degrees in equine science, equine management and other specializations designed to prepare students for a […]
  • 05/09 | Centenary Announces Hackettstown HS Scholarship Winner
    Hackettstown, N.J., May 9, 2017– Centenary University has announced the recipient of the Hackettstown High School student scholarship for the fall semester of 2017 — Pier Semanchik, an accomplished student and avid equestrian. The scholarship is one of the ongoing partnerships between the institutions, which was established in 2007. This scholarship covers tuition for one […]
  • 05/08 | Centenary Hosts Its Second Annual Honors Convocation
    Elisabeth G. Endrikat ‘12, Centenary University Alumna and Chair of the New Jersey Psychological Association, Served as Keynote Speaker Hackettstown, N.J., May 9, 2017 – Centenary University recently held its second annual Honors Convocation to recognize outstanding student achievements. Twenty-five students were honored with twenty-two different awards and scholarships. The welcome was conducted by Dr. […]
  • 05/04 | Dr. Haney’s Letter to the Editor is Featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education
    Centenary University’s President, Dr. David P. Haney, is featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education.  His Letter to the Editor is titled “Regional Colleges Have Long Been Pursuing Efforts to Make Graduates Robot Proof.” Click here to read it!
  • 05/04 | Centenary Vice President for Academic Affairs is Selected for National Leadership Development Program
    Hackettstown, N.J., May 4, 2017– Centenary University is pleased to announce that Dr. Amy D’Olivo, Vice President of Academic Affairs, is one of 45 mid-level administrators in higher education nationwide selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in the 2017–2018 Senior Leadership Academy. Individuals chosen for the yearlong program are administrators in […]
  • 05/03 | Professor Speaks at the United Nations
    Hackettstown, N.J., May 3, 2017– Terri Klemm, Associate Professor of Social Work and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program Director at Centenary University, describes the invitation to speak at the 34th annual Social Work Day at the United Nations as one of the greatest honors of her career. The event, co-sponsored by the International Association […]
  • 05/01 | Centenary University to Hold its 142nd Commencement
    Rita J. King, Futurist, Entrepreneur, Writer and Specialist in Applied Imagination, is the Keynote Speaker Hackettstown, N.J., May 1, 2017 – Centenary University will hold its 142nd Commencement at 1 p.m. on May 13, 2017 on the front lawn of the Edward W. Seay Administration Building. Rita J. King, Futurist, Entrepreneur, Writer and Specialist in […]
  • 04/28 | Ten Undergraduate Psychology Students Travel to Boston to Present at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 28, 2017– The Centenary University community is pleased to announce that ten undergraduate Psychology students were selected to present at The 88th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) at the Boston Park Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts last month. Students Carolyn Brouard, Brianna Coates, Shaina Dinapoli, Katherine Gannon, Amanda Madonna, Stephanie […]
  • 04/24 | Centenary University to Host 2nd Annual Academic Symposium
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 24, 2017– The 2nd Annual Academic Symposium at Centenary University will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 27, 2017 in the Edward W. Seay Administration Building located at 400 Jefferson Street in Hackettstown. Presentations will take place in classrooms in the Seay Building from starting at 11:00 a.m., […]
  • 04/24 | Members of Alpha Theta Psi Sorority Volunteer at Newark G.A.L.S., Inc.
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 24, 2017– Members of Alpha Theta Psi Sorority at Centenary University volunteered at Newark GALS, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering the next generation of women from Newark, New Jersey and beyond. The representatives of Centenary’s chapter of Alpha Theta Psi engaged participants in various activities and discussions about self-confidence, inner […]
  • 04/13 | Centenary University to Participate in the Pocono Raceway College Tour on April 22, 2017
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 13, 2017– In conjunction with the Pocono Raceway College Tour, the Sports Management Department at Centenary University will host a Pocono Raceway viewing party at 12:30 p.m. on April 22, 2017 in the quad behind the Edward W. Seay Administration Building located at 400 Jefferson Street, Hackettstown. This event is free and […]
  • 04/11 | OP-ED: Undermining the EPA Risks Decades of Environmental Progress
    KRASSI LAZAROVA | APRIL 11, 2017| NJ SPOTLIGHT Why do so many of us express general support for environmental protection, but not see it as a priority issue? Is the EPA a victim of its own success?   “The future ain’t what it used to be at the EPA.” So stated Scott Pruitt, newly appointed head of […]
  • 04/11 | WNBC Meteorologist, Erica Grow, to Speak at Centenary University as Part of Earth Day Celebrations
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 11, 2017 – NBC 4 New York / WNBC meteorologist, Erica Grow, , will speak at Centenary University as part of the Earth Day celebrations at 6 PM. on April 18, 2017 at the Edith M. Bolte Kutz’ 42 Black Box Theater in the David and Carol Lackland Center located at 715 […]
  • 04/10 | Centenary University’s Fashion Coordination and Promotion Class Presents Annual Spring Fashion Show
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 10, 2017– Centenary University’s Spring Fashion Show, managed by the Fashion Coordination and Promotion class, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, 2017, at the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center. The event is open to the public. Members of the community as well as Centenary’s faculty, staff, alumni […]
  • 04/10 | Dr. David P. Haney Is Inaugurated as 13th President of Centenary University
    Inauguration Reception Included Music from Sleepy Man – A Nationally Recognized Band That Consists of Centenary Students Hackettstown, New Jersey, April 10, 2017– Centenary University celebrated the inauguration of Dr. David P. Haney, the institution’s 13th President this past Friday (April 7, 2017). This historic event is part of Centenary’s 150th anniversary schedule of events. […]
  • 04/06 | “The Night She Won Miss America” is Inspired by Centenary Student, Bette Cooper, When She Won Miss America in 1937
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 6, 2017 – Author Michael Callahan will conduct a launch party with a book reading and signing of his new novel titled “The Night She Won Miss America” as part of the 150th anniversary celebration at Centenary University. This event will take place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at […]
  • 04/06 | The Community is Invited to Attend the Tenth Annual Earth Day Celebration at Centenary University
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 6, 2017– Join Centenary University for its 10th Annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the front lawn and in the Front Parlours of the Edward W. Seay Administration Building located at 400 Jefferson Street, Hackettstown. This family-friendly event will appeal to children […]
  • 04/05 | Students Partner with Soles4Souls, Inc
    Hackettstown, N.J., April 5, 2017 – Seven Centenary University students recently traveled to the Dominican Republic during their spring break with one goal in mind – to make a difference. This group worked with Soles4Souls, Inc. an international anti-poverty organization that monetizes used shoes and clothing to create sustainable jobs and fund direct relief efforts, […]
  • 03/31 | It is a Banner Year at Centenary University!
    CENTENARY CELEBRATES ITS 150TH ANNIVERSARY BY PLACING BANNERS ACROSS HACKETTSTOWN Hackettstown, N.J., March 31, 2017 – Centenary is celebrating an important milestone this year as the institution was founded 150 years ago. Many events are occurring throughout this year to highlight this important accomplishment. In addition, an initiative was recently implemented where Hackettstown businesses sponsored […]
  • 03/30 | Loving Your Neighbors: Respect for Others in Judaism, Islam, and Christianity
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 30, 2017– The community is invited to join in on an interfaith dialogue entitled “Loving Your Neighbors: Respect for Others in Judaism, Islam, and Christianity” at 6:30 p.m. on April 18, 2017 at Centenary University’s George H. Whitney Chapel located in The Edward Seay Administration Building at 400 Jefferson Street, Hackettstown. The […]
  • 03/27 | Re:Thinking: A Documentary about Education in America to be Shown at Centenary
     Hackettstown, N.J., March 27, 2017 – “Re:THINKING: A Documentary about Education in America” will be shown at Centenary University at 6:30 p.m. on April 3, 2017 at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center. There will be a discussion with producer and director Deborah Hoard after the event. This event is hosted […]
  • 03/24 | Centenary University to Hold an Easter Egg Hunt: Don’t Miss Out on the Fun!
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 24, 2017– The Centenary University Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) is holding an Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 1, 2017, at the David and Carol Lackland Center at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown. This event is open to the public. Those who attend […]
  • 03/23 | Centenary’s Vice President of Innovation is Honored at NJBiz’s Top Women in Business Celebration
    Kathy Naasz, Centenary University’s Vice President of Innovation, was recently honored at NJBiz’s celebration honoring the 50 Top Women in Business in New Jersey.  Naasz was one of the few selected who represents the higher education sector. Below is a video of Naasz accepting her award at The Palace in Somerset, N.J. Click here.
  • 03/23 | Three Centenarians Artwork to Be Featured in “On the Edge” Juried Exhibition at the Trenton City Museum
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 23, 2017– Three Centenarians have much to celebrate, as their artwork was selected for the Juried and Invitational Exhibition for “emerging” artists between the ages of 18 and thirty-something, at the “On the Edge” museum exhibition at the Trenton City Museum in the Ellarslie Mansion in Cadwalader Park.  The Opening Reception was Saturday, March […]
  • 03/20 | Centenary University to Host its Sixth Annual Sports Management Conference
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 20, 2017- Centenary University is hosting its Sixth Annual Sports Management Conference from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, March 24, 2017 at the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center, located at 715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, N.J. The event will feature professionals from the sports industry, including Keynote Speaker Jennifer Heppel, […]
  • 03/17 | Centenary University Introduces New Recycling Initiative
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 17, 2017– Elementary schoolers learn about the “Three R’s”—reduce, reuse, and recycle. At the college level, those lessons are put into action! The Evergreen Group, with the help from Tribeta (Biology Honor Society) and the Department of Math and Natural Sciences at Centenary University is proud to announce that the campus community […]
  • 03/16 | Poetry Reading and Creative Writing Workshop Features Poets Aracelis Girmay and Jenny Johnson
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 16, 2017– Aspiring poets, this one is for you! Poets Aracelis Girmay and Jenny Johnson will be reading from their work, signing books, and conducting a poetry workshop at Centenary University at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 as a part of the Department of English & Foreign Language’s Speaker Series. The […]
  • 03/16 | The 150th Anniversary of Centenary University Continues with the Travel Through Time Fashion Show
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 16, 2017 – As Centenary University continues with the 150th Anniversary events that will run throughout the year, this event should appeal to those who have a love for fashion AND history. The Travel Through Time Fashion Show will run twice in one day. The shows will be at 2 p.m. and […]
  • 03/13 | New Campus, new #VIBE at Centenary in Parsippany
    Centenary University’s School of Professional studies is bringing a whole new “Vibe” to its new satellite campus in Parsippany. The Hackettstown-based school, which had offered its evening adult courses at an office building at the corner of Littleton and Parsippany roads since 1999, recently moved to another township office building in the Mack-Cali campus near Route 10. […]
  • 03/13 | Centenary University to Host its 20th Annual Scholarship Gala on April 7, 2017
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 13, 2017 – Centenary University will host its 20th Annual Scholarship Gala from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on April 7, 2017, at the Farmhouse at the Grand Colonial in Hampton, N.J. This year’s theme is “Celebrating 150 Years of Scholarship.” The evening will feature a cocktail reception, live and silent auctions, special […]
  • 03/10 | Meet Professor Heather Clark
    Meet Professor Heather Clark During the spring of my senior year of high school, I came to Centenary to register for classes. I sat down with my advisor and she said, “You will have Heather Clark for your riding class.” My eyes widened because I had heard that Heather was a tough riding teacher and […]
  • 03/08 | Centenary University to Open a Social Media Center of Expertise at the Institution’s Learning Center in Parsippany
    Hackettstown, N.J. March 8, 2017 – Centenary University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) is now in a new location in Parsippany. It is located at the Mack-Cali Professional Building at 7 Campus Drive. This facility offers more classroom and conference space than before, plus it houses a Social Media Center of Expertise. This Center, which […]
  • 03/06 | Gates-Ferry Lecturer to Discuss “How to Manage, Maneuver, and Position Brand You”
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 6, 2017 – Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Mikki Taylor, will conduct a presentation at 7 p.m. on March 21, 2017, at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center. Ms. Taylor will address the audience with the following presentation: “How to Manage, Maneuver, and Position Brand You.” This […]
  • 02/28 | Dr. Joey McMullen, Assistant Professor of English, Is to Speak about “Thrones and Thorns: Medieval Myths in the Modern Imagination”
    Hackettstown, N.J., February 28, 2017 – Rutherfurd Hall is pleased to announce the 2017 Centenary University Lecture Series. It will feature Centenary’s own Dr. Joey McMullen, Assistant Professor of English on March 8, 2017 at 7 p,m. This free Lecture Series is made possible by the sponsorship of The House of the Good Shepherd. Rutherfurd […]
  • 02/27 | Hackettstown Historical Society Joins Forces with Centenary University to Celebrate 150 Years
    Hackettstown, N.J., February 27, 2017- Did you know that Centenary University will be celebrating its 150th anniversary this year? Founded in 1867, Centenary University has continued to thrive as an institution of higher education. Centenary’s own Dr. Raymond Frey, Professor of History and University Historian, will present a lecture about the history of Centenary University […]
  • 02/20 | Lucile Vigouroux – Spring 2017 Equine Student of the Semester
    Lucile Vigouroux has been named the Spring 2017 Equine Student of the Semester by the Centenary University Equine Studies Department. The award is given out each semester to a student who demonstrates exceptional abilities, interest, and/or compassion in horsemanship. Lucile exemplifies the principles and standards of both Centenary University and what is expected in the […]
  • 02/16 | Centenary University to Show Film “School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten” with a Panel Discussion
    Hackettstown, N.J. February 16, 2017 – Members of the community are invited to see a free screening of the short film called “School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten” at 7 p.m. on February 27, 2017 in the Taylor Memorial Library. Refreshments and a panel discussion will follow. “School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten” […]
  • 02/16 | Members of the Community are Invited to Experience the Short Film “Love is All You Need?”
    Hackettstown, N.J. February 16, 2017 – Imagine a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is taboo. How would you live if you could not love? That is the plot of this short film, Love Is All You Need?, that will be featured at 7 p.m. on February 21, 2017 at the Little Theatre. […]
  • 02/08 | Centenary University’s Dean of the Social Media of Expertise is Recognized as one of N.J.’s 2017 Best Women in Business
    Hackettstown, N.J. February 8, 2017 – On March 20, 2017, Centenary University’s Dean of the Social Media Center of Expertise, Kathy Naasz, will be recognized by NJBIZ as one of New Jersey’s Top 50 Best Women in Business. An independent panel of judges selected Dean Naasz based upon the outstanding contributions she has made to […]
  • 02/07 | Reverend Jerry Michael Sanders to Speak at Centenary University about “Social Justice” for Black History Month
    Hackettstown, N.J. February 7, 2017 – Reverend Jerry Michael Sanders will speak on the topic of “Social Justice” at 7 p.m. on February 27, 2017 at the George H. Whitney Chapel in the Edward W. Seay Administration Building at Centenary University. His talk will include music from the Silvertones, an a cappella group, with the […]
  • 02/03 | National Superintendent of the Year for 2016 Serves as Adjunct Professor at Centenary University
    Hackettstown, N.J., February 3, 2017 –The National Superintendent of the Year 2016 is currently teaching at Centenary University this Spring. Dr. Timothy Purnell received this accolade from the National School Superintendent Association and is teaching Critical Thinking, Moral Education and Ethics, which is part of Centenary’s new doctorate program in Educational Leadership. In his position […]
  • 02/01 | Members of the Public are Invited to Centenary University’s Career and Internship Fair
    Hackettstown, N.J., February 1, 2017 – Get your resume polished and dust off your suit jacket because the Career Development Center at Centenary University will host a Career and Internship Fair from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. March 1, 2017 at the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center at Centenary University. With over 50 local, […]
  • 02/01 | Have We Lost Faith in the Media? Who is at Fault?
    When one of the president’s strategists labels the media the “opposition party,” and President Trump speaks of a “running war” with journalists, here is a hypothetical question: If you had to choose between having a government or a working press, which would you choose? Thomas Jefferson posed that question to himself and came down on […]
  • 01/26 | Centenary University Students to Present at Sigma Tau Delta’s International Convention
    Hackettstown, N.J., January 26, 2017 – Four Centenary University students have been selected to present at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Louisville, Kentucky from March 29, 2017 through April 1, 2017. Sigma Tau Delta is an International English Honor Society that was founded in 1924 at Dakota Wesleyan University. There are over 880 […]
  • 01/25 | Professor to Speak at Rutherfurd Hall
    CENTENARY PROFESSOR TO SPEAK AT RUTHERFURD HALL ABOUT GIRLS IN EDUCATION Hackettstown, N.J. January 25, 2017 – The second lecture in the Centenary University Lecture Series, sponsored by the The House of the Good Shepherd, will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at Rutherfurd Hall, 1686 Route 517, Allamuchy, N.J. Centenary […]
  • 01/24 | All Out – Cyclones Against Bullying
    Before Alec Donovan became the NCAA’s first publicly gay wrestler, he had to win a lifelong match with a private pain that other gay athletes understand too well
  • 01/24 | Professor to Speak at Rutherfurd Hall
    Hackettstown, N.J. January 24, 2017 – The Centenary University community is pleased to continue its collaboration for the second year with Rutherfurd Hall and The House of the Good Shepherd to present the Centenary University Lecture Series at Rutherfurd Hall, located at 1686 Route 517 in Allamuchy, N.J. Dr. Kris Gunawan, Ph.D Assistant Professor of […]
  • 01/13 | High Country Musicians Bring Evening of Acoustic Music to the Lackland Center
    President Dr. David P. Haney and his Spouse, Lisa Baldwin, are Guaranteed to Please the Crowd with their Music Well-known “High Country” musicians Lisa Baldwin and David Haney will bring the sounds of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Lackland Center on Saturday, Feb 4 at 8 PM in Hackettstown. With careers that include several […]
  • 01/11 | Centenary ED.D. Candidate to Pass National Accreditation
    Hackettstown, N.J., January 11, 2017 – Gulay Maffia, a student in the new Educational Leadership Doctorate program at Centenary University, recently passed her qualifying exam for the National Certification for Educational Diagnosticians credential (NCED). This is the premier national credential for special education assessment professionals who hold high standards of practice. Maffia currently serves as […]
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  • 12/20 | Dr. Haney is Featured in
    Inside Higher Ed
    We in higher education need to provide a diverse and inclusive environment that challenges people to stop surrounding themselves only with others whose views match their own, writes David P. Haney.  An Unhealthy Bubble We in higher education need to provide a diverse and inclusive environment that challenges people to stop surrounding themselves only with […]
  • 12/16 | Centenary University’s School of International Programs to Offer ESL Classes
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS TO OFFER ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM TO MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY Hackettstown, N.J., December 14, 2016 – For the Spring 2017 semester, Centenary University’s School of International Programs will again offer adult ESL (English as a Second Language) classes for the community. This service is offered to […]
  • 12/15 | Alumnus Lands Key Position
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 15, 2016 – Justin Belanger, a 2013 Business Administration: Sports Management and Marketing graduate from Centenary University, recently landed the position of Director of Marketing and Community Relations for the 2018 United States Senior Open. In this key position, Belanger is responsible for the creation and execution of the Championship’s marketing plan, […]
  • 12/12 | Join Us for the Third Annual Restaurant “World Series”
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY’S BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL TEAMS HOST THE THIRD ANNUAL RESTAURANT “WORLD SERIES” Hackettstown, N.J., December 20, 2016 – For the third consecutive year, Centenary University’s Baseball and Softball teams are hosting a Restaurant World Series Event at 4 p.m. on January 8, 2017. Attendees are invited to sample fare from the finest local restaurants […]
  • 12/07 | Professor Shares His Love for Shakespeare
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 7, 2016 – Stephen Davis, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at Centenary University, takes his love of theater and Shakespeare very seriously. In addition to teaching Centenary University students, he will be working with students from Blairstown Elementary School for the fifth year during Centenary’s winter break. “I am so pleased that […]
  • 12/03 | Meet Professor David Perricone
    Meet Professor David Perricone “The students will, and have been, defining the success of this program. They’ve put this program on the map.” Professor Dave Perricone and his Sports Management program is all about the students and giving them the opportunity to get the experience they need to secure a job after graduation. His classes […]
  • 12/02 | A Centenary Alumna Makes Special Needs Advocacy Her Mission
    Hackettstown, N.J., December 5, 2016 – A Centenary University 2015 alumna has made it her mission to share her teaching insight with other educators regarding methods to boost the self-confidence of special needs children. Kathryn Nieves, a resident of Newton and a teacher at Sparta Middle School, recently published “Using Technology to Empower Students with […]
  • 11/30 | Sports Management Class to Raise Funds for Various Charities
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY’S SPORTS MANAGEMENT CLASS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR VARIOUS CHARITIES Hackettstown, N.J., November 30, 2016 – Professor David Perricone’s freshmen Academic Foundations Course (AFC) titled “Introduction to Sports Management” will be hosting two fundraising events before the Fall 2016 semester comes to a close. The final project challenges students to use the marketing strategies […]
  • 11/21 | Don’t Miss Out on the Hometown Holiday Celebration at Centenary University
    DON’T MISS OUT ON CENTENARY UNIVERSITY AND HACKETTSTOWN BID’S HOMETOWN HOLIDAY CELEBRATION SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 2, 2016 Hackettstown, N.J., November 21, 2016 – Centenary University is partnering with the Hackettstown Business Improvement District (BID) for the annual Hometown Holiday Celebration on December 2, 2016. This is the fourth year that Centenary and the Hackettstown BID […]
  • 11/17 | Donations Needed for a Veteran’s Outreach Initiative at Centenary University
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 17, 2016 – In conjunction with the Student Veteran’s Organization (SVO) and the student-based Psychology and Lions Clubs, the Office of Veteran Services at Centenary University is taking part in a Veteran’s Outreach initiative for the Fall 2016 semester. The collaboration effort will include a donations drive to benefit veterans at the […]
  • 11/16 | Class Project Gives Centenary Student the Sweet Taste of Success
    HACKETTSTOWN — When most students hand in a final project, they heave a sigh of relief that it has been completed and hope for a decent grade to make all of their efforts worthwhile. For Centenary University sophomore Justin Dalcourt, however, a school assignment from last year is still playing a major role in his […]
  • 11/16 | Drohan Named Stable Manager for Prestigious Equine Event
    Matt Drohan Named Stable Manager for 2016 George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Sessions Matt Drohan, Centenary Junior, has been selected as one of two stable managers for the prestigious George H. Morris Horsemastership training sessions in Wellington, FL this winter. Matt was selected through his participation in the Emerging Athletes Program (EAP). The EAP has […]
  • 11/14 | Alumnus is Promoted with Red Bulls II
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ALUMNUS NAMED DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS FOR NEW YORK RED BULLS II Hackettstown, N.J., November 14, 2016 – Jamie Ponce, a 2005 graduate of Centenary University continues to make his alma mater proud. The New York Red Bulls II of the United Soccer League (USL) has announced that Ponce, a five-year […]
  • 11/09 | Two Centenary University Professors Are Honored with the Bright Idea Award
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 9, 2016 – On Friday, October 21, 2016, Centenary professors Dana Benbow and David Perricone were presented with a Bright Idea Award on behalf of the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University and the New Jersey Policy Research Organization (NJPRO). Benbow, an Assistant Professor of Finance, and Perricone, an Assistant […]
  • 11/07 | Men’s Soccer Captures 2016 CSAC Title
    HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. (Nov. 5, 2016)- Junior Justin White (Minehill, N.J. / Dover) scored the game-winner and was named the Championships Most Valuable Player as the Centenary University men’s soccer team captured the 2016 Colonial States Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Championship with a decisive 3-0 victory over Cabrini University on Saturday afternoon.Senior Luis Marin (Union City, N.J. / Union Hill) assisted on […]
  • 11/07 | Student Embarks on Journey with Odyssey Website
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 7, 2016 – Ariana Archilla knew that she wanted to be a writer since she was a young child. In fourth grade, in fact, she won the Young Author’s Award for her short story titled “The Big Tree and the Yellow Meadow” which is about a lone tree in the middle of […]
  • 11/03 | #THEVIBE Holds Women’s Networking Event
    CENTENARY’S SOCIAL MEDIA CENTER OF EXPERTISE, #THEVIBE, HOSTS TEDWOMEN CONFERENCE “IT’S ABOUT STORY TIME” SEGMENT Hackettstown, N.J., November 3, 2016 – After Centenary’s Social Media Center of Expertise, also known as #THEVIBE, opened a year ago, the Dean, Kathy Naasz, vowed to start holding events for women and about women in the facility.   True to her […]
  • 11/02 | Fulton Bank Provides $20,000 Scholarship to Centenary Students
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 2, 2016 – Fulton Bank of New Jersey has recently provided Centenary University with a gift of $20,000, which represents the third installment of a five-year scholarship commitment as part of an initiative to give back to the community. “I would like to thank Fulton Bank of New Jersey for their generosity,” […]
  • 11/02 | Centenary University’s Student Radio Station, WNTI.ORG, To Participate in College Radio Day
    President Obama Provides a Special Message for College Radio Day Hackettstown, N.J., November 2, 2016 – President Obama has this to say regarding College Radio Day: “Radio has long connected us as Americans – from the songs that make us sing and dance, to the shows that make us laugh and challenge our assumptions, to […]
  • 11/01 | Centenary Professor Chosen as the New Jersey Social Worker of the Year
    Terri Klemm, associate professor at Centenary University and director of the Hackettstown institution’s Bachelor of Social Work program, recently was named the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers’ 2016 Social Worker of the Year. “The purpose of social work is to protect and advance human rights, and social, economic and environmental […]
  • 10/28 | Centenary Ranked Among Top Value Online Degrees
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 28, 2016- Centenary University has been ranked among the Top 30 Value Master’s in Public Administration (MPA), Online Degrees by College Values Online. The ranking was published on the organization’s website in October and Centenary University was ranked 28th in the nation. This ranking was created using data from the National Center […]
  • 10/25 | Student Turns a Hobby Into a Business
    Dalcourt’s Desserts Expands Tremendously Less than One Year After its Launch Hackettstown, N.J., October 25, 2016 – When first-year student Justin Dalcourt took his Academic Foundations: Perspectives in Business course with Assistant Professor of Business and Director of Enactus, Dr. Linda Poisseroux, last fall, he was charged with creating, promoting and selling a product. He […]
  • 10/25 | Centenary Student is Featured on News 12 New Jersey’s New Jersey Spotlight
    Centenary student, Keith Bassford, was featured on Della Crews’ New Jersey Spotlight on News 12 New Jersey regarding receiving the Pioneer Award from Alpha Phi Delta fraternity.  Please see below: https://www.facebook.com/dellacrews/videos/1342618739084522/
  • 10/20 | Learn about the History of Presidential Elections at Centenary University!
    CENTENARY’S TAYLOR MEMORIAL LIBRARY HOSTS A SPECIAL EVENT ABOUT THE HISTORY OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS Hackettstown, N.J., October 20, 2016 – The presidential election of 2016 may become one of the most important and interesting elections in American history. But few people understand how the process of electing a president really works. What is a “caucus” […]
  • 10/19 | Student Receives a National Award
    CENTENARY STUDENT PROVES TO BE A “PIONEER” AND RECEIVES A NATIONAL AWARD Hackettstown, N.J., October 19, 2016 – Keith Bassford felt that he wanted to provide an additional option for Greek Life at Centenary University. Not being an athlete, he still yearned for the benefits of being part of a larger organization or a “team.” […]
  • 10/18 | Author to Come to Centenary University
    Hackettstown, N.J., October 18, 2016 – Come to an evening of literary enrichment at Centenary University with featured guest, Megan Mayhew Bergman. As part of the University’s Literary Speaker Series, this is an event that should not be missed! Bergman is the author of short story collections Birds of a Lesser Paradise, Almost Famous Women, […]
  • 10/15 | Meet Dr. Robert Battistini
    Meet My Professor: Dr. Robert Battistini The topic today in American lit: The Declaration of Independence. Wait–is that literature? Won’t that be dull?!   Good thing it’s Professor Battistini’s class! You thought you knew this one (When in the course of…), but after 45 minutes of unpacking every single word of that opening—then reading aloud the […]
  • 10/13 | Centenary University Women’s Softball Team to Host Annual Tricky Tray
    Fun-filled Event is Open to the Public Hackettstown, N.J., October 13, 2016 – Centenary University’s Women’s Softball team will host its Annual Tricky Tray on Saturday, November 12, 2016. The doors will open at 6:30 in the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown. There will be a $10 admission […]
  • 10/13 | Centenary President is Interviewed about Centenary’s ETC Ranking
    WMBC-TV reporter, Melissa Estock, interviews Centenary University President, Dr. David Haney, about the institution’s ETC ranking. See the interview here: To learn more about Centenary’s ranking, read the press release here
  • 10/11 | The NJ Herald – Blessing of the Animals
    The NJ Herald posted pictures of Friday’s Blessing of the Animals at the Equestrian Center.  See link below. http://www.njherald.com/20161011/blessing-of-the-animals
  • 10/05 | Centenary University Alumnus and Veteran Opens a Tech-Savvy Photo Booth Business
    Centenary University alumnus, Samuel Berthoud, can add business owner to his already long list of accomplishments. The Army veteran and Warren County Sheriff’s Officer recently opened a photo booth business with his two friends and serves as the Chief Marketing Officer. The product that he rents at Eastbound Selfie (Eastboundhub.com) is similar to the old […]
  • 10/05 | Look No Further for Math Tutoring for Your Children!
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY OFFERS THIS SERVICE FOR FREE Mathematics tutoring for children can be an expensive endeavor. Many services can cost $50 to $75 per hour, which can be taxing to most families’ budgets. Members of the local community and beyond are in luck, however, as Centenary University’s Downtown Office has hosted free mathematics tutoring for […]
  • 10/03 | Centenary Ranks in the Top Three in the State of New Jersey
    Centenary University Ranks in the Top 11% as a 2017 Best Value Top Institution with the ETC College Rankings Index Centenary University recently earned the distinction of being named a 2017 Best Value Top Institution by the Educate to Career (ETC) College Rankings Index. The Hackettstown-based University was ranked in the top 11% in the […]
  • 09/30 | Students Get Inside Look at Mets Management!
    Centenary Students Are Citi Field Bound! Watching the Mets on television will never be the same for a number of Centenary University students after they had the unique opportunity to go behind the scenes at Citi Field to learn about how this multi-million dollar conglomerate operates. The New York Mets invited Centenary students who study […]
  • 09/22 | National Speaker to Deliver Lecture on October 11, 2016
    GATES-FERRY LECTURER AT CENTENARY TO DISCUSS HIS OWN EXPERIENCES WITH BEING AUTISTIC National Speaker, Kerry Magro, To Deliver a Lecture on October 11, 2016 Centenary University’s Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Kerry Magro, will conduct a presentation at 6 p.m. on October 11, 2016 at the Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center. Magro […]
  • 09/22 | Centenary University to Conduct a Blessing of the Animals
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY CONDUCTS A BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS IN HONOR OF SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI DAY AND WORLD ANIMAL DAY Hackettstown, N.J., September 22, 2016 – Centenary University, which was recently named as one of the top Great Colleges for Animal Lovers by Great Value Colleges, will be conducting a Blessing of the Animals in […]
  • 09/19 | Centenary University Will “Take Back the Night”
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY OBSERVES DOMESTIC ABUSE AWARENESS MONTH BY “TAKING BACK THE NIGHT” Hackettstown, N.J., September 19, 2016 – Centenary University’s Students  Taking on Prevention (STOP) program and the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County (DASACC) is observing Domestic Abuse Awareness Month next month by hosting “Take Back the Night.” This will […]
  • 09/14 | WRNJ Inside Centenary Clip About Centenary Stage Company
    Professor Lea Antolini-Lid talks about Centenary Stage Company’s upcoming production of “Mary Poppins.” Chris Young from Centenary Stage Company discusses Centenary Stage Company’s upcoming season!
  • 09/14 | Director of Student Services and Programming Discusses Community Plunge on WRNJ
    Alison Galvin discusses the tradition of Centenary’s Community Plunge on “Inside Centenary.”
  • 09/14 | Dr. Lauren Bergey Discusses Summer Scientific Research on WRNJ
  • 09/14 | University Advancement Vice President Discusses Endowed Professorship on WRNJ
  • 09/08 | Centenary University’s Professor Publishes Book about Substance Use Disorders and Addictions
      Hackettstown, N.J., September 8, 2016 – Dr. Keith Morgen, Associate Professor of Psychology at Centenary University, recently published a book titled Substance Use Disorders and Addiction by Sage Publishing. Substance Use Disorders and Addictions is part of the Counseling and Professional Identity Series. This publication examines co-occurring psychiatric disorders as the norm with substance […]
  • 09/07 | Centenary University Hosts Journalists from Shanghai, China
    On September 2, 2016, Centenary University’s School of International Programs, in cooperation with Triway International Group, Falls Church, Va., presented a seminar on American Journalism Operations for 20 journalists from Shanghai, China.  The seminar was presented by Professor Matthew Mendres, Assistant Professor of Communications in the University’s Department of Communications and Fine Arts.  In addition […]
  • 09/07 | Centenary Reveals New Look
      CENTENARYUNIVERSITY.EDU Has an Innovative Look and Feel Hackettstown, N.J., September 7, 2016 – Centenary University recently launched an innovative new website only three short months after the institution changed its designation to university status. Visitors to Centenary’s website (www.centenaryuniversity.edu) will see something different as the new site reflects the beauty of the institution, properly […]
  • 09/01 | Move-In Day (Published by The Express-Times)
    Centenary University faculty, staff and upperclassmen help new students move in at the Hackettstown-based institution on Saturday.  The tradition was implemented many years ago where parents and new students have the opportunity to be greeted by the Centenary community as they embark on their new academic journey. Click here for the link. Photo credit: C. […]
  • 08/29 | Students Conduct Research at Sandy Hook
    Hackettstown, N.J., August 29, 2016 – Dr. Lauren Bergey, Associate Professor of Biology and Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Centenary University, has been conducting a scientific research study this summer in estuaries and boat docks along the New Jersey coast with students Kate Arnao, (Mine Hill, N.J) , Scarlett Welfel […]
  • 08/29 | Movin ‘On In Day at Centenary University (NJ Herald)
    HACKETTSTOWN — With four days ahead of them before their first day of classes, new students at Centenary University in Hackettstown moved into their new living quarters starting at 9 a.m. Saturday with a little help from Dr. David Haney, who will begin his first year as the university’s president. With golf carts prepared to […]
  • 08/25 | Dr. David Haney is Featured on “Inside Centenary”
    Centenary University President, Dr. David Haney, Speaks about his journey in becoming Centenary’s 13th President.
  • 08/25 | Centenary’s Creative Specialist Speaks on “Inside Centenary”
    Listen here to hear Corinne Pilote, Centenary’s Creative Specialist, talk about Centenary branding campaign on WRNJ’s “Inside Centenary.”
  • 08/24 | NJ.com Covers Film Studies at Centenary
    Centenary student’s film is finalist in statewide competition Christopher Mendez, fourth from left, creator of ‘Office Guy,’ an animated film project for Centenary University, is shown with, from left, Ryan Lausch, Lydia Seed, faculty adviser Boris Gavrilovic and Chris Bello. The group is in front of The Black Maria, Thomas Edison’s early 20th century film […]
  • 08/24 | Adult ESL Classes to Be Offered to Community
    CENTENARY UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS TO OFFER ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM FOR MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY Hackettstown, N.J., August 24, 2016 – For the Fall 2016 semester, Centenary University’s School of International Programs will again offer adult ESL (English as a Second Language) classes for the community. This service is offered to […]
  • 08/22 | Three Ways to Consider Student Debt in New Jersey by Dr. Haney
    Centenary University President, Dr. David Haney, recently published an article titled “Three Ways to Consider Student Debt in New Jersey.” College debt is a problem. But the problem with recent discussions of college debt is that they usually report a large number before which we simply throw up our hands in shock and choose a […]
  • 08/03 | Professor to Present at Poetry Festival
    Centenary University Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Emilia Phillips, is scheduled to present at the Dodge Poetry Festival in October at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. “The Dodge Poetry Festival has been one of my dreams,” says Professor Phillips. “Because of its engagement of high school and college students, as well as […]
  • 07/30 | Dr. Haney is Interviewed on WMBC-TV
    See the clip below where Dr. Haney is interviewed by WMBC-TV.  He talks about his background and his goals as Centenary’s 13th President.
  • 07/28 | Centenary Student to Present at Conference
    Hackettstown, N.J. – Emily Cali, a student in Centenary’s Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program, will be presenting at the 2016 National Visual Learning Conference this summer in Washington, D.C.  Her presentation is titled “Q: How Do You Make Invisible Learning…Visible? A: Student-led Portfolio Conferences – Reflecting on Learning.” Cali is also a teacher […]
  • 07/21 | A Letter from President Haney
    Dear Members of the Centenary University Community, I am writing to you on my first official week as president of Centenary University. I say “official” because my wife Lisa Baldwin and I have been experiencing an extremely warm welcome from the Centenary and Hackettstown communities since my appointment was first announced in February, and especially […]
  • 07/17 | Centenary is Featured on FIOS1’s Push Pause Program
    Centenary’s Month of the Horse event was featured on FIOS1’s Push Pause Program.
  • 07/15 | Pursuing a Degree in Equine Studies
    If you’re someone like me who grew up riding horses, you know how personally rewarding it is to work with these intelligent and highly sensitive animals. Many people with a passion for horses develop their interest at a very early age – well before thoughts of college and careers enter the picture.  As they approach […]
  • 06/24 | Dr. David Haney to Serve as Centenary President
    Hackettstown, N.J., June 24, 2016 – Dr. David Haney will be able to add University President as his most recent professional role quite soon. Dr. David Haney, who was formerly the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Emory & Henry College in Virginia and has been a professional bluegrass music performer, will commence his new […]
  • 06/13 | Graduate Named Distinguished Clinical Intern
    Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University May 2016 graduate, Marisa Galfo, was one of 15 individuals selected as a New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern by the New Jersey Department of Education at Rider University.  The ceremony was hosted by the New Jersey Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Since 1985, the Presidents of New Jersey’s teacher […]
  • 06/13 | Centenary University Chair to Participate in the Harvard University Management Development Program
    Dr. Sharon Decker, Centenary University’s Chair of the English and Foreign Languages Department and Associate Professor of English, is participating in the Harvard University Graduate School of Education Management Development Program designed for mid-level administrators. Dr. Decker was recommended by Dr. James Patterson, Centenary University Chief Academic Officer and Provost and Dr. Gerard O’Sullivan, Provost […]
  • 06/09 | Centenary University Holds Summer Culture and Language Program
    Hackettstown, N.J., June 9, 2016 – Centenary University will again conduct its annual intensive Summer Culture and Language Program for international students to study American culture and the English language.  This program is open to all international college students and high school students who will be attending college/university in the United States, or who are […]
  • 06/06 | Centenary University to Offer its First Terminal Degree
    Hackettstown, N.J. – School administrators and educators in the northwest region of New Jersey no longer have to travel a distance to earn an Ed.D. degree in Educational Leadership as Centenary University, formerly Centenary University, will be launching this program in Fall 2016.  This is the first terminal degree that is being offered by the […]
  • 06/06 | Centenary Kicks Off the Month of the Horse
    New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture, Douglas H. Fisher, and New Jersey Equestrian of the Year, Pier Semanchik, kicked off the Month of the Horse last Thursday with a visit to Centenary University’s Equine Program where they toured the Equine Center and watched a riding demonstration. Remarks were also made by Centenary University President, Dr. Barbara-Jayne […]
  • 06/03 | Centenary University’s Paralegal Program is Highlighted on NJ.com
    As market grows for paralegals, their training can lead to further enriched careers. Although paralegals experience their share of paperwork, they also enjoy handling a diverse array of assignments that makes every day unique, one of the driving factors behind the growing job market for paralegals and legal assistants. Special to NJ.com. There were no […]
  • 06/03 | Christie Administration Kicks Off Month of the Horse Celebration
    (LONG VALLEY) – New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher and New Jersey Equestrian of the Year Pier Semanchik kicked off the Month of the Horse today with a visit to Centenary University’s Equine Program where they toured the Equine Center and watched a riding demonstration. Governor Christie signed a proclamation declaring June 2016 […]
  • 06/03 | Centenary is Featured on Chasing News
    Reporter Alex Zdan visits Centenary’s Equestrian Center and discusses the Month of the Horse celebration.  View below! Click here.  
  • 05/26 | Centenary Student and Recent Grad Honored
    Hackettstown N.J.- A Centenary University student and a recent graduate were honored at the New Jersey Young Filmmaker Festival recently.  The event included a screening and awards ceremony at the home of Thomas Edison’s film studio, the Black Maria, at the Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange.  Daniel Sullivan (Flanders, N.J.), a May […]
  • 05/24 | Alumnus Serves as Keynote Speaker
    Jamie Ponce, Director of Ticket Sales and Service for the New York Red Bulls and Centenary Alumnus, Served as Keynote Speaker for Centenary’s Honors Convocation Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University (formerly Centenary University) recently held its first Honors Convocation to recognize students’ achievement across different disciplines.  Twenty-six students were honored with twenty-two different awards and […]
  • 05/24 | Centenary Enactus Finishes Strong!
    Centenary Enactus Team Finishes in the Top 3% in a National Business Competition Hackettstown, N.J.  – The Enactus Team from Centenary University (formerly Centenary University) proved that they are a force to be reckoned with when it finished in the top 16 of the 469 Colleges that competed in the National Competition in St. Louis, […]
  • 05/16 | Centenary Becomes a University
    Centenary University is Awarded University Status by New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education Hackettstown N.J. – Centenary University’s President Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite and the Board of Trustees have announced that Centenary University has been granted university status by New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education.  This designation comes at a significant time in Centenary’s history as […]
  • 05/12 | Centenary Rates Top for Graduation Rate
    Centenary Has Third Highest Graduation Rate in New Jersey Hackettstown, N.J. – According to an article on NJ.com, Centenary University was rated as having one of the highest four-year graduation rates in the State of N.J.  Centenary was ranked third, in fact, with Princeton University as the only private institution to out-rank the Hackettstown-based College.  […]
  • 05/12 | Professor James Ford is Published in the Huffington Post
    Accounting Adds Up to a Challenging and Rewarding Career What factor do many of the nation’s top CEOs, government leaders and most influential business advisers have in common? Many of them launched their careers with a degree in accounting. That’s right – accounting. The popular stereotype of the accountant is the solitary “bean counter” who […]
  • 05/05 | Paralegal and Legal Assistant Programs are Now Offered
    Centenary Launches Two New Paralegal and Legal Assistant Programs Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University is launching an Associates of Arts degree in Paralegal and Legal Assistant Studies and a minor in Paralegal and Legal Assistant Studies starting in Fall 2016. The Paralegal and Legal Assistant Studies has been identified by Hanover Research to be one […]
  • 04/29 | Sports Management Conference Is Held at Sitnik Theatre
    Centenary Managed the Fifth Annual Sports Management Conference Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University hosted its Fifth Annual Sports Management Conference at Centenary’s Sitnik Theatre in the David and Carol Lackland Center recently. The keynote speaker was Murray Cohn, President at MC Sports Sales, Training, and Consulting, Inc., a business that is designed to help drive […]
  • 04/28 | Centenary’s IDA Team Takes Fourth at National Competition
    Centenary University’s IDA Team Takes Fourth at Intercollegiate Dressage Association Nationals Hackettstown, N.J.  – Centenary University was recently the host of the 2016 Intercollegiate Dressage Association National Championship. Ninety-six riders from 27 colleges and universities from all over the United States were represented at Nationals.  The top 12 individuals from across the country competed on […]
  • 04/27 | Alumna Secures a Spot in Prestigious Graduate Program
    Centenary Alumna Secures a Spot in Prestigious Graduate Program Hackettstown, N.J.- Su Yeon Yang, a Centenary University graduate who is originally from Seoul, Korea, is the third Centenary University graduate to attend the prestigious Rutgers University Master of Arts program in Political Science: United Nations and Global Policy.  Yang will be attending this program this […]
  • 04/26 | Staff Members Presented at Conference
    Centenary University Staff Members Present at the PA/NJ College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Conference Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University’s Suzanne McCarthy, Senior Director of the Academic Success and Advising Center, and Abbie Davis, Academic Support Specialist, recently presented a dialogue on Civility at the PA/NJ Chapter Conference held at Bucks County Community College. The […]
  • 04/26 | Downtown Offers VetCenter Counseling
    Centenary Downtown Now Offers VetCenter Counseling on Tuesdays Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University Downtown Center will now be offering Vet Center Counseling on Tuesdays as well as Thursdays for combat-arena veterans and their family members. The Counseling for Veterans Program at “Centenary Downtown” is a joint venture between the Office of Veteran Services at Centenary […]
  • 04/25 | Raymond W. Kelly Serves as Commencement Speaker
    Raymond W. Kelly, Former Commissioner of the NYPD and Vice Chairman at K2 Intelligence, to Serve as Commencement Speaker Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University will hold its 141st May Commencement at 1 p.m. on May 14, 2016 on the front lawn of the Edward W. Seay Administration Building.  Raymond W. Kelly, who has served as […]
  • 04/22 | Centenary Finishes on Top at ANRC Nationals
    Centenary University Equine Department Comes Out on Top at ANRC Nationals Hackettstown, N.J. – The Centenary University Equine Department is pleased to announce the National Team is the 2016 ANRC Champions and the Novice Team is the Reserve National Champions.  The 39th ANRC (American National Riding Commission) Nationals was hosted at Equine Center in Long […]
  • 04/22 | Psychology Students Present at Conference
    Centenary Psychology Students Present at the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Conference Hackettstown, New Jersey – Fifteen Centenary University Psychology students recently presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in New York City. This is the seventh year that Centenary University Psychology students had presented at this annual conference which draws a nationwide attendance. “Independent research […]
  • 04/21 | Experience a Shakesperience at Centenary
    Local Schools Experience a Shakesperience Centenary Style Hackettstown, N.J. – On April 29, 2016, almost a week after Shakespeare’s birthday and death date, four school groups (three high schools and one middle school) will participate in the Third Annual Shakesperience: New Jersey Festival in the David and Carol Lackland Center at Centenary University.  Close to […]
  • 04/14 | Centenarian Nominated as Project FX Film Festival Finalist
    Centenary Film Student Nominated as Project FX Film Festival Finalist Hackettstown N.J.- Centenary University Film Student, Christopher Mendez, was selected as a finalist for the PROJECT FX Statewide Student Film Festival and Competition at the Count Basie Theatre located at 99 Monmouth St, Red Bank N.J. The Festival and Competition will take place on Sunday, […]
  • 03/24 | Joanna Mendl Shaw as Gates-Ferry Lecturer
    Choreographer and Teacher, Joanna Mendl Shaw, Serves as Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer at Centenary University 03/24/2016, 03:41 PM Hackettstown, N.J. – JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Choreographer and Teacher, is serving as a Centenary University Spring 2016 Gates-Ferry Distinguished Visiting Lecturer.  Shaw’s work at Centenary University is a groundbreaking collaboration between the Theatre Arts and Equine Studies […]
  • 03/22 | Renovated Science Laboratories Ribbon-Cutting
    Members of the Public Are Invited to a Ribbon-Cutting for the Renovated Science Laboratories at Trevorrow Hall 03/22/2016, 01:24 PM Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University will be holding a ribbon-cutting at 4:30 p.m. on March 31, 2016 at Trevorrow Hall, which houses the newly renovated science laboratories.  Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, Centenary University President, and Dr. […]
  • 03/22 | Smiles for Margaret Fundraiser is Conducted by Students
    Centenary University’s Event Management Class Organizes a Family Fun Day and Dance-A-Thon for Smiles for Margaret 03/22/2016, 04:25 PM Hackettstown, N.J. – The Event Management class at Centenary University will be hosting a Family Fun Day and Dance-a-Thon for the local charity Smiles for Margaret from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on April 17, 2016 […]
  • 03/18 | Centenary’s IHSA Team Runs Fundraiser for Jack’s Kids
    Centenary University’s IHSA Team Takes a Break from Riding and Heads to the Bowling Alley 03/18/2016, 02:02 PM Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University’s nationally-renowned IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Show Association) Team took a break from training for IHSA Nationals recently and put its efforts into bowling.  This initiative was to raise funds for Jack’s Kids, a […]
  • 03/16 | Centenary Celebrates Earth Day
    Hackettstown, N.J.  – This year, Centenary University welcomes members of the community to its Ninth Annual celebration of Earth Day, which will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2016, on the front lawn of the College and in the Front Parlours of the Edward W. Seay Administration Building.    This family-oriented event will appeal to children of […]
  • 03/15 | Miss Nelson is Missing!
    Centenary Stage Company’s Young Audience Series Tour Presents Miss Nelson is Missing 03/15/2016, 01:44 PM Hackettstown N.J. – The Centenary Stage Company is poised to present the hilarious musical Miss Nelson is Missing as part of their 2016 theater for Young Audience Series.  Based on the hilarious children’s book by Harry Allard and James Marshall, […]
  • 03/09 | Meet Octopus Prime!
    Meet Octopus Prime! 03/09/2016, 11:00 AM Hackettstown, N.J. – Dr. James Monks, Assistant Professor of Biology at Centenary University, was interested in conducting a study with undergraduate students — an opportunity that is rare for students on the undergraduate level.  Octopus Prime, a 14 week-old octopus from California, found a new home at Centenary University.  […]
  • 03/03 | Christy Ackerman Is Awarded a Full-Tuition Scholarship
    Centenary University Announces Hackettstown High School Scholarship Award Winner 03/03/2016, 09:48 AM Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University has announced the recipient of the Hackettstown High School student scholarship for the fall semester of 2016 — Christy Ackerman.  The scholarship is one of the ongoing partnerships between the institutions, which was established in 2007. “This scholarship […]
  • 02/25 | Octopus Prime is on TV!
    Octopus Prime Makes a Television Debut 02/25/2016, 11:31 AM Centenary University’s own octopus, Octopus Prime, made a television debut on WMBC-TV yesterday.  The 12 week old octopus is the subject of a biology research study.  View the video here.
  • 02/20 | Centenary’s Director of Counseling Was Chosen for National Retreat
    Hackettstown, N.J., February 20, 2015 – Centenary University’s Counseling Center Director, Lorna Farmer, has been chosen to attend this year’s Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors: Elements of Excellence Task Force mid-year retreat next month in New Buffalo, Michigan. For the 10 years Farmer has been the Counseling Center Director at Centenary, she […]
  • 02/17 | Centenary Chair Stars in Funnyman
    Centenary’s Artistic Director and Chairman of the Fine Arts Department Stars in Funnyman 02/17/2016, 10:34 AM Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University’s Professor of Theatre Arts Carl Wallnau has been cast to play Chick Sherman in Funnyman, a world premiere by Bruce Graham. Held at one of Philadelphia’s leading theatres, The Arden Theater Co., The production […]
  • 02/04 | NEH Fellowship Awarded to Centenarian
    NEH Fellowship awarded to historian of Ireland’s Great Famine Breandan Mac Suibhne is among 80 scholars nationwide to receive a coveted fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Special to NJ.com At 10 o’clock on the morning on Sept. 24, 1847, Hugh Gallagher found Mary Gallagh­er stealing potatoes from one of his fields. Assisted […]
  • 01/26 | Dr. Chohan is Featured in the Huffington Post
    Investigating a Career in Forensic Science Dr. Balwant Chohan Forensic Science, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Centenary University Forensic science has become part of popular culture via television, movies and books. As someone who is familiar with the field – and teaches forensics courses in college today – I enjoy watching the intrepid investigators in CSI, […]
  • 01/18 | Centenary’s Social Media Program Meets Demand of Businesses
    Centenary University’s unique social media program aims to meet demand of NJ businesses Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: You may have told your teen countless times that though the websites may be fun and engaging, social media skills won’t get him or her a job — or will they? Centenary University in Hackettstown has embraced the communication styles of […]
2015 (9)
  • 11/10 | Faculty Member Selected for NCAA Institute
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 10, 2015 – Dr. Marianne Pratschler, Associate Professor of Education at Centenary University, was selected to attend the 2015 NCAA Division III Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) Fellows Institute. This was the sixth annual Institute, the aim of which was to increase the effectiveness of Division III FARs at the campus, conference and […]
  • 11/03 | Director of Counseling Presented at National Conference
    Hackettstown, N.J., November 3, 2015 – Lorna Farmer, Director of Counseling at Centenary University, was a presenter with The Elements of Excellence Task Force of the Association of University and College Counseling Center (AUCCD) Directors Annual Conference in Salt Lake City recently. For the ten years Farmer has been the Counseling Center Director at Centenary, […]
  • 10/19 | #theVIBE is Featured in NJBiz
    Centenary feels program in social media marketing will produce big returns for students, businesses By Andrew Sheldon, October 19, 2015 at 3:00 AM Joseph Littlejohn was all set to graduate from Centenary University this winter. Over the summer, however, the marketing major noticed a problem that persisted through his search for an internship. He didn’t […]
  • 10/09 | Nonfiction Prize Awarded to Centenary Faculty
    Centenary University Professor Emilia Phillips is Honored with 2015 Nonfiction Prize 10/09/2015, 09:01 AM Hackettstown, N.J. – Centenary University Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Emilia Phillips, was awarded the 2015 second annual Nonfiction Prize from StoryQuarterly, the Literary Magazine at Rutgers–Camden for her essay “Excisions,” which focuses on excisive and reconstructive surgeries of her face […]
  • 10/06 | #theVIBE is Featured in USA Today
    Centenary Creates Social Media Push to Teach Online Skills Centenary University, a small, private school in Hackettstown, N.J., now has something that most schools don’t: an entire center dedicated to social media. “Social media exists in the virtual world,” says Kathy Naasz, dean of the Centenary University center. “But we needed a physical space to discuss it.” Glass […]
  • 09/23 | #theVIBE Featured in the Star-Ledger
    Want to major in Twitter? N.J. college starts social media expertise center HACKETTSTOWN — As more jobs require applicants to have an expertise in social media, Centenary University is opening a new academic center to train students and the public in the use of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other platforms. The Warren County-based private college will […]
  • 09/23 | Centenary Opens a Social Media Center of Expertise
    Hackettstown, N.J., September 23, 2015 – Centenary University has opened a Social Media Center of Expertise and is now offering an innovative Social Media Marketing program. This Center, which is called #theVIBE, is the location where students gain social media expertise and where businesses can leverage the knowledge of social media experts. Centenary University is […]
  • 03/23 | Modern Dance Icon Ruth Grauert Sets Original Work on Theater Students
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 23, 2015 – This past semester, Centenary University theater students have had the rare opportunity to work with a modern dance pioneer and Centenary alumna, Ruth Grauert, in Professor Antolini–Lid’s Dance for Theater and Advanced Dance for theater course. “I wanted the student to explore more than just dance found in the […]
  • 03/02 | Alumna Lands Internship with ATC
    Hackettstown, N.J., March 2, 2015 – Centenary University 2014 alumna, Alexandra Poage from Berkeley Heights, has recently secured an internship with the prestigious Atlantic Theater Company in New York City starting later this month. Founded by playwright David Mamet and actor William H. Macy, Atlantic Theater Company is most recently known as the launching ground […]
2014 (2)
  • 08/29 | Alumnus Certified as a Doctor of Chiropractic
    Hackettstown, N.J., August 29, 2014– R.J. Swingle, a 2010 graduate of Centenary University has recently become National Board Certified as a Doctor of Chiropractic. The Phillipsburg resident recently graduated from New York Chiropractic College and teamed up with fellow chiropractor, Dr. Fred Rossi at his offices in Phillipsburg and Stirling. Dr. Rossi currently treats the […]
  • 08/28 | Alumna Joins Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center
    Centenary University Alumna Joins Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center as Large Animal Ophthalmologist   Hackettstown, N.J., August 28, 2014– Centenary University’s 1996 alumna Catherine Nunnery, DVM, will join Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center as Large Animal Ophthalmologist as of September 3, 2014. Dr. Nunnery will lead the experts in New Bolton Center’s Ophthalmology Service in […]
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