Renata Schiavo, Ph.D., M.A., presented her lecture "Health Communication 101: Dos and Don'ts of Effective Programming" Thursday night in the Library Auditorium.
The event was hosted by the Health Communication club.
"Communication is relationship building," Schiavo said.
The name of the new student administration system that will replace TESS and ARTIE in Fall 2009 was announced last week by the office of Records and Registration.
PAWS, which stands for Primary Academic Web Services, will serve as a replacement. The name was created by a steering committee.
Students of all majors can look forward to the implementation of a new minor called quantitative criminology, the quantitative analysis of crime and criminal justice systems data.
David Holmes, professor of mathematics and statistics, and David Holleran, chair of the department of criminology, created the minor together, though the idea was originally Holleran's.
The library auditorium was "Wild" with enthusiasm Thursday morning as Christopher Bigsby, Scott Donaldson and A. Tappan Wilder delivered speeches about the works and life of Thornton Wilder. The New Jersey Council for the Humanities funded the program.
Bigsby, from the University of East Anglia, gave a speech titled, "On Trying to Like 'Our Town.