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system for irrigation, among other features. According to Donald E. Moore, Associate Vice


President for Operations, the new building will serve as an area for students to socialize, meet with organizations, and address most administrative needs.Thiswill freeup100,000 square feet of space in other buildings on campus. “These vacated areas will be renovated and


transformed having a deliberate focus towards enhancing the academic component of our college, to include a significant number of new faculty offices and collaborative spaces, as well as additional lecture, laboratory, andclassroomaccommodations,” Moore said. “Eachspace typewillhave the impact of adding well-needed tools that will help in fulfilling the College’s academic mission.”


 The Campus Center is only the latest of many


developments at Stocktonover the years that extend educational opportunities for students. In 1990, the school opened the Holocaust


Research Center in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, a highly developed resource for both Stockton and the community. The Masters of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Stockton was the first of its kind in the country. Another educational milestone for Stockton


Beethoven and Mozart


Richard Stockton College PAC Tickets: (609) 652-9000


January 30th – 2pm Ludwig van Beethoven Septet, op. 20, in Eb Major


WilliamWalton  Monica Reinagel & JohnWeber, narration Façade Jorge Avila, violin


March 27th – 2pm Henry Cowell  Paul Somers 


Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 10 Violin Concerto (world premiere)


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 40, K. 550, in G Minor


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came in 2004 with the opening of Atlantic City’s Carnegie Library Center as a satellite facility, a collaboration between Stockton, the city and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. According to Alexander C. Marino, Director of Carnegie Operations and Assistant to the Provost, the addition provided additional class, meeting and office space for the school while preserving a 100-year landmark in the city. “ThemovepermittedStocktonto once againhave


a physical presence in Atlantic City, as well as save a historic building from demolition,” Marino said. In July 2010, Carnegie became the home of the


newly established Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism, a research and training institute created to serve a vital area of New Jersey’s economy.


 The college’s September 1, 2010 purchase of


Seaview Resort marked one of the most recent and prominent examplesof the school’s growing foothold in the South Jersey community. The new venture will create a “learning lab” for Hospitality and Tourism students while maintaining all aspects of the historic resort that the public has come to enjoy.


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