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Alumni News

Category: Alumni News and Events

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Black Alumni Advisory Council Presents Black History Month Alumni Career Panel

1974 50th Reunion

Class of 1974 – 50th Reunion Celebration

Get ready to reminisce, reconnect and rediscover! Join us Monday, May 13 – Tuesday, May 14, 2024.

Nicole D’Angelo as Ex-Girlfriend in Once at the Hangar Theatre. (Photo by Fatima Sowe)

Breaking Barriers on Broadway

How a mistake landed an autistic actor-musician and Montclair graduate the roles of a lifetime

Billy Pinckney

Graduate Spotlight: A Game-Changing Legacy in Sports Communications

Montclair State University’s ‘Billy the Batboy’ turns years of interviews into a valuable resource for aspiring athletes

Amy Piwowarski

Amy Piwowarski ’24

An adult student finishes what she started with dramatic flair.

Dr. Evans speaks to a full room.

Chancellor Evans Presents Keynote Address at Statewide Women’s Leadership Alliance Conference

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Celebrating Black Heritage at Montclair State University

Join the African American Studies program, the African American Caucus, the Black Alumni Advisory Council and a coalition of campus partners for a series of programs and activities during Black History Month

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ADP Partnership Connects Students to Business Expertise

Montclair and ADP have long worked together to prepare the coming generations of business leaders, a collaboration that provides students with cutting-edge programs, alumni mentoring and more to pave the way to career success.

Shatiera Porte’e ’06: Once Mentored, Now a Mentor

Shatiera Porte’e ’06 is forever grateful to the faculty, staff and fellow students at Bloomfield College who helped her find the confidence to pursue her dreams. Today, the education consultant and author of “I Forgive Myself for Forgetting Myself” mentors others, encouraging them to follow their own paths to success.

Zackary Logan ’18 Found His Path to Success at Montclair

In his senior year in high school, Zackary Logan ’18 had few options. He was living in a youth shelter, trying to find a way forward with little guidance and few resources. College seemed impossible until a gift of $65 to pay his Montclair application fee changed everything.