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Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tom Frederiks as they welcome doctoral student Joe Reynolds into the studio along with his guest,  Rich Broane, Director of Curriculum, Articulation, and Student Achievement at North Hunterdon Voorhees Regional High School District.  Joe and Rich will be speaking about curriculum opportunities for students at North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools and […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the November Starwatch for WNTI.ORG. Did you know that your head is getting older than your feet? That’s because your head is farther away from the gravity of the Earth. This is a result of Einstein’s Relativity […]

Becky and John Kriege are the dynamic leadership team behind the success of J & B Therapy.  Join doctoral student Lee-Ellen Pisuaro and program hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they discover more about the world of contracted related services such as Speech, Occupational Therapy (O/T) and Physical Therapy (P/T).  Use the media player […]

Join Professor Barbara Lewthwaite and John Del Re as members of the LAS1305 Wellness class present how they are managing the freshman experience at Centenary University.  This special edition of Centenary Management Radio was recorded virtually with class sessions 1 and 2. Episode 1 Episode 2

In this episode, doctoral candidate Tara Rossi will serve as guest co-host. You will have a chance to meet Tyler Borek, co-founder and CEO at Literably. You will have a chance to hear his perspective on what it means to be an ‘edupreneur’ and also learn about a new tech tool that is becoming a […]

In this episode of Leadership Matters, hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks welcome Cristianna Cooke-Gibbs, Public Health Officer in Washington Township, New Jersey.  A lively discussion regarding the roles and functions of the office of Public Health, especially during the pandemic will take place.  Specific areas of conversation involve contact tracing, interface with other agencies […]


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