March 2018

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After graduating, Tina Jessup ’99 went on to become a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. Though she did follow down that path, her journey led her to Disney where she has worked for 16 years. Jessup was recently promoted to a planner with Facility Asset Management where she manages projects, including construction at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.



Katrina Law ’99 is living in Los Angeles and pursuing her dreams of acting and starring in popular television shows. Law earned her theater degree at Stockton in 1999, and continued her education in acting in both Philadelphia and New York. Click here to read more.


Tracey Pino ’02 pursued her MSW at Rutgers after completing her undergraduate degree. Sixteen years later, Pino is a public school social worker. “I keep in-touch with the Stockton community by supervising undergraduates from the social work internship program and attending events, such as alumni get-togethers and basketball games. Overall, my greatest accomplishment is my legacy. My daughter is currently a senior at Stockton and is also very involved in the Stockton community via Greek life and philanthropy events, as well as participating in sports. I am proud to say that I began our family’s legacy at Stockton University and hope that it continues on through many more generations.”

Phillip Skipwith ’08 presented his current research into reptilian evolution at his talk “The Evolution & Natural History of Geckos and Snakes” at a recent Biology seminar on campus. Since graduating, Skipwith has gone on to earn his MS in Biology from Villanova and a Ph.D. at Berkeley in Integrative Biology. His research primarily focuses on evolutionary relationships, genetic and morphological diversification, and biogeography of squamate reptiles.



Tucker Rowlinson ’13 and wife Rachel welcomed Wilhelmina Faye “Billie” to their family on March 1 at 2:05 p.m.




Stockton alumna Amanda Eisenbeis ’15 and husband Kollin welcomed their baby girl, Adeline on January 6 at 4:33 p.m. Welcome to the Osprey family, Adeline!






Tara (Septynski) Williams, MA ’16 has been promoted to Associate Director of Graduate Studies at Stockton University.  In her new role she is responsible for creating and executing marketing and recruitment strategies for Stockton’s graduate programs, with the goal of increasing the number of applicants, applicant diversity, and quality of the matriculated students.  Tara’s previous positions during her 12 years at Stockton include Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations & the Annual Fund and Assistant Director of Graduate Studies.


Stephen DeCasien ’16 was selected to be a member of the 2018 Summer Session of the American School of Classical Students in Athens. In addition to this honor, Stephen was also awarded the Lawler Fellowship to support his further studies and continue his journey.


Jordan Ramos-Farhat ’17, a Business Studies graduate, chose to get social at Stockton, and it has already paid off. Last year, he was a social media intern in the Stockton University Relations and Marketing Office. Now, he’s the social media coordinator for Samsung SDS, America.