WP Magazine

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WP Magazine features stories that explore contemporary issues through the work of William Paterson University faculty, students, and alumni. We love to hear your feedback. You can read the current issue online.

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Feature Stories

Moving into the World of Online Education

With adult learners an expanding demographic in the U.S., the University’s successful new fully online degree platform, WP Online, is meeting these students where they are and serving their needs.

New Bachelor’s Degree Provides Highly Flexible Option for Adult Learners

The innovative program in leadership and professional studies is designed to help adult learners return for a degree and build on professional knowledge and earned credits.

Student Support for WP’s Latinx Community thrives with Weekly Dose of Café con Leche

This welcoming program has since evolved into a glowing example of how to holistically support college students—especially those students from diverse backgrounds.

Seeking the Road Less Traveled: Robin Roberts ’01, MS ‘04

The co-founder, chief operating officer and head of strategy for Novartis Biome, one of the largest digital health companies in the world, this alumnus credits his experience on William Paterson’s baseball team for laying the groundwork for his success.

New Road Paved by the Pandemic Leads College of Education into the Future

Working to serve children in remote and hybrid learning environments led faculty and teacher candidates to jump into the deep end of a technological pool that will shape education courses at William Paterson well beyond the pandemic.

Education Students Offer Free Reduced-Cost Virtual Tutoring for Children

In the wake of COVID-19, aspiring and practicing teachers studying in the College of Education have helped bridge a learning gap caused by fewer in-school hours.

Faculty and Students in PsyD Program Offer Real-World Solutions

While supporting the community, the initiatives also provide opportunities for skill-building by psychology students as they prepare for future careers as clinical psychologists.

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