Three studentshonored 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 Department of Education and the New Jersey Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
The annual event lauds the top 60 clinical interns—three each from New Jersey’s educator preparation programs. Centenary University students honored this year are:
Rachel Cope of Budd Lake
Olivia Stuber of Washington
Danielle Tornillo of Succasunna
Centenary University offers undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in education at its campuses in Hackettstown and Parsippany, as well as at 75 professional development sites in northern New Jersey. More than 100 principals, superintendents, directors or supervisors—including most of the principals in Warren County—have, or are currently earning a Centenary University degree, providing outstanding networking opportunities for the University’s graduates.
ABOUT CENTENARY UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1867 by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, Centenary University’s academic program integrates a solid liberal arts foundation with a strong career orientation. This mix provides an educational experience that prepares students to succeed in the increasingly global and interdependent world. The University’s main campus is located in Hackettstown, N.J., with its equestrian facility in Washington Township. The Centenary University School of Professional Studies offers degree programs at two locations, Parsippany and Edison, as well as online and at corporate sites throughout New Jersey.