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Recipient of the 2016 Outstanding eLearning Faculty Award presented by the Instructional Technology Council.
Also Coordinator of the RVCC Art Gallery, his works have been exhibited throughout the US. Recipient of a NJ State Council on the Arts Individual Artist Grant in painting and a Puffin Foundation Grant, McManus has also been awarded numerous residency fellowships.
Gia graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees in Biology and Environmental Science. While at RVCC she was the SGA Vice President, President of Biology/Chemistry Club, was a Galileo Scholar and a member of the PTK International Honor Society.
Member of the women’s soccer, basketball and softball teams, Abby organized the club sport of futsal, a form of soccer played on a smaller field.
Carlotta was President of the United Caribbean Students Club while at RVCC. She recently graduated Cum Laude and is transferring to Seton Hall University to persue a career in social work.
As an RVCC student Kevin was Orgullo Latino Club President. He is transferring to Seton Hall University with a major in History.
DeMartino also serves as the President of the Garden State Athletic Conference. She is a member of the Region XIX Executive Committee, the Standard and Ethics Committee and is presently the Region XIX Volleyball Chair with past duties serving as the Region XIX Tennis Chair. Additionally, DeMartino teaches The First-Year Experience at RVCC, a course designed to assist first-year college students with their transition to higher education.
A mathematics major, Honors College student and star athlete on the women’s basketball and soccer teams, Lauren makes the most out of her RVCC experience.
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