Catherine Rosenberg, former Little Egg Harbor Township teacher, holds degrees in mathematics and computational science from Stockton. Rosenberg is a survivor of a rare soft tissue cancer that she was diagnosed with as a child. Her cancer treatments led to lymphedema. She is using her background in mathematics and computational science to help doctors find better ways of treating this condition. Chang, a Fox Chase surgical oncologist says, “I think our work with Catherine will help a lot of people.” The two are now writing a paper on a method to standardize the calculation of leg volume with lymphedema. In the long run, they hope physicians across the world will accept this calculation. Click here for the full story.
Cumberland County College has narrowed down its nationwide search for the next college president. One of the three candidates is Stockton graduate, Jacqueline Galbiati. Galbiati is Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services at the college. She owns an Associate degree from CCC, a Bachelor of Science from Stockton, a Master of Science in Nursing from University of Pennsylvania, and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Rowan University. We wish Jacqueline the best of luck in this process! Click here for the full story.
Toms River Police Department recently promoted eight individuals. They were sworn into their new positions by Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher. Three of these individuals are Stockton graduates.
Lt. Patrick Dellane received his bachelor’s degree from Stockton and his master’s from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He has been the police department’s liaison to the Special Olympics of New Jersey for more than 10 years and participates in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
Sgt. Daniel Ruiz received his bachelor’s degree in Biology. He serves on the emergency services unit and is a certified EMT. He has also been a field training officer and evidence technician.
Lt. Michael Miller received his bachelor’s degree from Stockton and his master’s from Monmouth University. He has spent his entire career in the patrol division. He served on the emergency services unit for 15 years, performing duties as a sniper an chemical munitions operator. He has been a field training officer, evidence technician and has been a member of the color guard for 19 years. He retired in 2008 from the U.S. Army Reserves after serving for 22 years. Click here for the full story.