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  • Nobuntu

    November 19, 2017

    2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Location: Theatre

    This powerful female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe has drawn international acclaim for its inventive performances. Their voices, energy and breath-taking performance on stage is an experience that inspires and touches people of all cultures. $25 & $35

  • Adult Info Session

    November 28, 2017

    12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Location: Conference Center Room 101

    Lunch hour information session. Two options: 12:15 – 12:45 pm or 1:15 – 1:45 pm. Designed for adult learners to learn how to get started at RVCC and pay for college.

  • Music of the Season - Tim Farrell

    November 30, 2017

    7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Location: Theatre

    With so many guitarists trying to make their mark these days, it’s not easy being a trailblazer. Yet, that perfectly defines Tim Farrell. His fingerstyle playing displays an elegant simplicity that celebrates the purity of the acoustic guitar. $15

  • The Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged)

    December 2, 2017

    8:00pm - 10:00pm
    Location: Theatre

    An irreverent yet heartwarming trip through the holidays, The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged) is festive, funny, physical family fun as these Three Wise Guys send-up and celebrate your favorite winter holiday traditions. $25 & $35

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RARITAN VALLEY SPOTLIGHT

  • Mark Romero
    NASA Community College Aerospace Scholar

    As a member of the Authentic Engineering Experience Class he helped develop an umbrella that illuminates 200 LED lights when opened without the use of batteries. Mark presented the project at the American Society for Engineering Education Mid-Atlantic Conference.

  • Samia Jahangiri & Kavita Shah
    Coordinators of Historic Black College Fair

    Student coordinators of the Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fair, an annual event that attracts 1,300 students to RVCC to meet with recruiters from dozens of historically black colleges.

  • Aynesley Arthur
    President of Phi Theta Kappa

    As President of RVCC’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society she spearheaded a successful campaign to allow incarcerated college students to be eligible for honor society membership. The chapter received multiple regional and international awards from PTK.

  • Loretta Fois
    Awarded Fellowship from NJ State Council on the Arts

    The Associate Professor of Dance has received a 2017 Individual Artist Fellowship Award from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Fois has been honored in the Choreography category and she will use the $8,600 award toward professional development and the creation of new works.

  • Mike Scardina
    Student Government Association President

    As the new president Mike’s priority is to establish a sense of togetherness between the more than 50 student clubs on campus. SGA organizes fundraising events, hosts leadership seminars and allocates funds to support diverse student club events.

  • Adrienne Green
    Nursing Student

    As a nursing student and member of the Student Nurses Association she created a safe and effective exercise program for Dementia and Alzheimer patients at the VNA Adult Day Care Center.

  • Jakub Sitarz
    Developed Illuminating Umbrella

    As a member of the Authentic Engineering Experience Class he helped develop an umbrella that illuminates 200 LED lights when opened without the use of batteries. Jakub presented the project at the American Society for Engineering Education Mid-Atlantic Conference.

  • Amber Lindsay
    President of Environmental Club

    As President of the RVCC Environmental Club she organized a stream restoration project on campus. Native plants were donated by Duke Farms to restore the habitat and filter pollutants from the stream.

  • Trevor Rokosky
    NASA Community College Aerospace Scholar

    As a member of the Authentic Engineering Experience Class he helped develop a laser music box that uses only modulated laser light to transmit music across a room to multiple receivers. Trevor presented the project at the American Society for Engineering Education Mid-Atlantic Conference.

  • Diego Salguero
    President of Criminal Justice Club

    As President of the Criminal Justice Club he organized a Career Night, bringing together criminal justice professionals from the area to meet with students about career options.

  • Perla Rodriquez
    President of the Orgullo Latino Club

    As President of the Orgullo Latino Club she organized CRECER, a program that brought 150 Hispanic high school students to the campus to learn about the benefits of a college education and attending RVCC.

  • Ian Pereira
    Raised Funds for American Cancer Society

    As President of Colleges Against Cancer he helped raised upwards of $20,000 for the American Cancer Society and engaged students, faculty and staff in the fight against cancer.

  • Robert Spies
    Cross Country Champion

    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. 

  • Michelle Brazier
    Co-Director, Center for Teaching, Learning & Scholarship

    The Assistant Professor of English is co-director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Scholarship, an academic and professional resource for the college community.  The Center supports the growth of faculty as educators, scholars of teaching and learning, and experts in their fields.


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