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Serving a one-year term as New Jersey President of the international honor society for two-year colleges. A Galileo Scholar and NJ STARS recipient, she is double majoring in Engineering and Physics.
One of 39 students nationwide selected for the online scholars program that culminated in a visit to Langley Research Center in Virginia. Interacted with NASA engineers and was part of a team that developed and tested a prototype rover for Mars exploration. Edwin is double majoring in Engineering and Physics.
Organized the TD Bank Leadership Series that presents inspirational talks by leaders in business, government and community service. The Communications major is a member of the Alpha Beta Gamma honor society.
Recognized for her talent on the basketball court, Megan, an exercise science major, was named Garden State Athletic Conference Player of the Week. Hannah had an outstanding season on the volleyball courts being named to the All Region 19 Third Team and Garden State Athletics Conference Player of the Week.
Working with Stop Hunger Now, the club organized more than 200 volunteers to pack 90,000 meals for people living in Ebola-struck areas of Africa. The Rotary Club of Branchburg scholarship recipient and Human Services major was also honored with a Rotary NJ District 7510 Award.
Presented a Capstone Project on “How would the average person go about running for President of the United States.” Selected the subject in response to her dissatisfaction with the presidential candidates. A Liberal Arts major, she’s a student ambassador, NJ Stars Scholar and member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Named a National Junior College Athletic Association All American – the first RVCC All American in cross country. The Engineering major was also selected to the first team All Garden State Athletic Conference.
Coordinated the #BlackLivesMatter Conversation Series. The conversation on race relations, racial injustice and inequality attracted large crowds and prompted stimulating discussions. It was organized by the Social Action Collective - a non-hierarchical group of students, staff, and faculty that supports social justice actions.
Helped organized the Little Scientist Family Fun Night that provided free demonstrations and interactive experiences for more than 100 local schoolchildren.
Honored with the 2016 State Star Award from the New Jersey Small Business Development Center. The award recognizes his exemplary performance in assisting small businesses. He has served as SDBC Regional Director since 2012.
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.
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