Stockton’s Sustainability Lab is filled with prototypes of wind turbines, solar thermal systems and photovoltaic panels along with the materials and resources to build these models.
At the center of this dynamic collection of alternative energy mockups, Dylan Martello, a junior Sustainability major with a concentration in Energy, works on a solar thermal system that harnesses sunlight to heat water.
Last fall, Wildwood native Rachel Scott entered fourth grade again—not as a student, but as a student teacher for Cyndi Rosenberg’s classroom at the Maud Abrams School in Lower Township, Cape May County. On the second day of the school year, she met a classroom of students and her mentor teacher – who together would teach her as much as she would teach her first class of students over the course of 15 weeks.
Almost instantly, bonds were formed. On a day Scott was substitute teaching at Maud Abrams, she noticed familiar faces peering through the doorway into her classroom. The curious students were spying on their student teacher, Miss Scott, a summa cum laude December graduate of Stockton’s Education program.