The Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation awarded Lisa Campbell, Director of the Berrie Center, an $8,000 grant to host Squonk Opera’s performance of “Hand to Hand.” In FY22 Ms. Campbell also received two grants from the N.J. State Council on the Arts ($56,910 for performances in the Berrie Center, and $11,670 to bring the arts to school children at P.S. 28 in Paterson, N.J), as well as a grant of $5,000 from NEFA for a performance by Combat Hippies.
Angela Cristini, Ph.D., director of the Meadowlands Environment Center and a professor of Biology, received two grants, $23,375 from the Taub Foundation for “Teaching, Research and Action to Combat Climate Change (TRACCC),” and $455,020 in Congressionally Directed Funding to create a vertical farm with REED Greens Do Good.
Susan Gaulden & Christopher Romano
Provost Susan Gaulden and Vice President Christopher Romano received $283,000 in funding for their project, “Safe and Inclusive Learning Environments.” The project was funded by the State of New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, Opportunity Meets Innovation Challenge.
Cathy Moran Hajo
Cathy Moran Hajo received a $17,950 grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation for the Jane Addams Papers Project.
FM Global Fire Protection awarded Fire Marshall Evan Kutzin $3,649 to purchase iPads to allow the College to better communicate with the Mahwah Fire Department.
The Les Paul Foundation granted Chris Reali and Lisa Campbell $7,000 for the Les Paul Festival.
Michael Riff, director of the Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, received a $9,000 grant from the N.J. State Council for the Humanities for the Gross Center’s public programming.