Professor Marshall has had a long career in teaching and has been involved with theater and creative arts alongside his experience with English literature. He’s been teaching since 1976 and started at Kean University. He was an adjunct professor at Baruch College in New York in 1978.
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Dr. Michelle Roman is the chairperson of the Department of Dental Hygiene and has been in this position since Fall 2017.
Anderson Merino found a love for photography through the adventures he had over the past few years. He is now doing what he loves doing most: growing as a photographer.
Professor LaMoreaux had a more unconventional path to teaching. She graduated early from a Catholic school in Michigan and traveled to Switzerland along with a group of other students after getting her diploma. While in Switzerland she lived with a host family (whom she has gone back to visi…
“We’re all going to die. What’s worse is that once we do, we don’t have a chance to explain ourselves for everything we’ve done. Once we’re ghosts, our identities are defined by the places and things we leave behind.” This prefaces an anthology called “The Book of Life After Death: Essays &a…
It was my first online course at Middlesex College, and I was very nervous. I had never taken any course online before this one. As an English major, I had to complete CSC105-Computer and Application Systems. After some research, I enrolled in Ms. Curry’s CSC105. I could say that it was a ve…
Is there really a limit for what a person can do with a strong mindset? Joseph Aubourg, a trained professional marathon runner, started his first race in 2012 when he ran for the New York Marathon. Since then he has completed a long number of marathons in many different states such as New J…
Learning Center coordinator Joseph Pascale has worked at Middlesex College for five years, operating at the library services. Pascale has had a strong passion for writing fiction novels in the past, and he continues to write to this day. The people in his life motivate him to encourage indiv…
Devonn Savage resides in Highland Park, where he is carving out his vision of the American dream alongside his best friend of 20 years, his wife, Shareka Fitz Savage. The Savages are a family of go-getters and entrepreneurs, with three thriving businesses and plans to expand their empire in …
Jennifer Applebee, a full time mathematics professor at Middlesex College since fall 2012, is one of the recipients of the 2022 CELT Excellence in Faculty Teaching Award.
Art History and Women's History Professor Receives Acknowledgement for Excellence in Faculty Teaching
Professor Denise Rompilla, who has been working at Middlesex College since 2017 as an art history instructor said, “I am thrilled and honored to receive this award. It is nice to be acknowledged for all of my hard work.”
Jamie Madrid is a student-athlete at Middlesex College who has left his mark on the men’s soccer team this year. He has more goals and achievements that he wants to accomplish in the next coming semester.
Physics professor at Middlesex College Neil Raju shared his experiences attending college, his teaching philosophies and advice for students looking to transfer to a four-year university.
Rob Kim, also known as Myung-In Kim, is the Director of Testing at Middlesex College. Kim went to Haverford College in Pennsylvania, where he majored in Psychology. Kim has a master's in Educational Statistics and Measurement, and a master's in clinical psychology. Kim also has an MBA from R…
Department Assistant of Natural Sciences Jamillah Baker is well-regarded not only in the Middlesex community, but she is also respected on the Middlesex College campus. Baker attended Middlesex College after high school, then transferred to Kean University to complete her undergraduate degre…
Santi Buscemi, an English professor at MC, has taught for over 50 years and is retiring in June.
Adam Conner has resigned from working at the New Brunswick Center as he has chosen to pursue another path.
Leah Ghiradella has been a professor at MC since the fall of 1990 and retires in June.
The New Brunswick Center Club created new opportunities to interact with students virtually this spring semester as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Mathew Spano, chairperson of the English department at MC, comes from a line of MC graduates, is planning the expansion of some learning programs and has many creative pursuits.
Robert Terelle, an ESL professor and the track and field coach at MC, remembers his childhood and his creative teaching techniques.
Middlesex College’s Saving the Earth from A to Z (ASEZ) club is holding weekly meetings via Zoom on Wednesdays and Thursdays in the morning and evening, as well as organizing volunteer events to encourage students to speak up about change and make a difference.
Central New Jersey Democratic Socialists of America (Central NJ DSA) Mutual Aid and Supporting Homeless Innovatively Loving Others (SHILO), local organizations that do community work in the New Brunswick area, provide humanitarian relief to those who need it during the pandemic.
Maureen Moynihan, a psychology professor at MC, holds many degrees and has been recognized for 20 semesters of teaching this spring at the Adjunct Faculty Development Day.
Albert Joy, an adjunct professor in the department of history and social sciences at Middlesex College has a plethora of passions and hobbies, and an interesting outlook on life.
Middlesex College’s New Brunswick Center (NBC) Virtual Club encourages students to join as the club allows students to make friends, build leadership skills and have a space to interact and connect.
Bradley Camper, a psychology professor at MC, has earned many different degrees to pursue his career goals, while continuing to have a passion for criminal justice.
Keith Pakela, an adjunct professor in the history department at MC, was a political analyst and researcher in Montana, and his outlook on the division of the country is hopeful.
Marilyn Ochoa, director of Middlesex College Library, is exploring new hobbies and creative pursuits during the pandemic and encourages others to do the same.
Michael Paquette, a Criminal Justice Program coordinator and professor at MC, has had a long career in criminal justice that has allowed him to experience some once in a lifetime opportunities.
Middlesex College’s Nerd Herd, a new special interest club, encourages new membership and student interest during the spring semester.