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Stephanie Silvera

Dr. Stephanie Silvera

“As we’re going into graduation season, more people are going to feel comfortable gathering with a lot of people indoors, without a mask.”

Professor of Public Health, Stephanie Silvera, discusses that is far less common now for event organizers to require a negative test or proof of vaccination at events with

Dr. Leslie Wilson

In every modern society, there is a tendency to look to the best and brightest for assistance in solving the greatest problems. Our college graduates should be counted in that cohort. I believe they are some of the best resources to move America forward.

Professor of History, Leslie Wilson, discusses that education has prepared the 2022 graduates to lead the world with

Dr. Matthew Schuler

“What communities are making the changes to the loss of plastic bags and other products faster and which ones are facing challenges? They should think of how we can overcome and face those challenges together. Because that will help us with future plastic bans.

Professor of Biology, Dr. Matthew Schuler, discusses the New Jersey plastic bag ban now in effect with

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