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Ramapo Student Receives 2020 Enactus Leadership Award in National Competition

Ramapo College student Alexis Tucker ’20 will be awarded the 2020 Diamond Service Leadership Award at the Enactus U.S. National Competition, being held virtually later this month. Click here for story.

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Virtual event: healthcare and economics professionals discuss COVID-19 impact

healthcare and economics professionals discuss COVID-19 impact

Join a panel of experts in a discussion on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. View information here.

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Student Earns Top Research Award for Environmental Harm to Ramapough Nation

Student Earns Top Research Award for Environmental Harm to Ramapough Nation

Jenna Regenthal ’21 received top award for her research on environmental impact on Ramapough people. Read story here.

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Ramapo Small Business Development Center Works to Assist Businesses Affected by COVID-9

Ramapo Small Business Development Center Works to Assist Businesses Affected by COVID-9

The Small Business Development Center at Ramapo College is available to help businesses affected by COVID-19. To access the story, click here.

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Gross Center for Holocaust Studies to Present Remote Author Talk: Elissa Bemporad

Author to Discuss Her Book ‘Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms and Ritual Murder in the Land of the Soviets’ via WebEx. Visit page to access link

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Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies to Present Remote Author Talk

Author to Discuss Her Book ‘Tehran Children: A Holocaust Refugee Odyssey’ Visit page to access link

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Ramapo student takes top news writing award

KImberlee Bongard ’20 wins prestigious award from N.J. Collegiate Press Association

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Alumnus Discusses Medicine in the Civil War and its Ties to the Present

Alumnus Peter C. Miele ’11 presented “Much May Be Done to Advance Science: Medicine in the Civil War and Ties to the Present.” 

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Scholarship Recipient Studies Climate Change in Peru

Patrice Lenowitz ’20, recipient of the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, recently returned from Peru where she studied climate change.

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Artist Camille Hoffman Opens New Exhibition Honoring Indigenous Presence and Transoceanic Histories

Mawewi: A Place Where Paths Meet, a multimedia installation by artist Camille Hoffman exploring Indigenous transoceanic histories, political symbolism and land stewardship, opens on Wednesday, February 19 in the Kresge Gallery of the Berrie Center for Performing and Visual Arts.

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