Historical Exhibit
Apr 04, 2010 | 710 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print

More than 150 members of the New Jersey City University community attended the opening reception for “From Greenhouse to Campus,” a multi-media historical exhibit that traces the history of the NJCU campus property, and several exhibits on institutional history. One campus site by Dr. Carmela A. Karnoutsos (second from right) of Bayonne, a historian and retired NJCU professor of history, and Patrick Shalhoub (left) of Jersey City, head of periodicals and government documents in NJCU’s Congressman Frank J. Guarini Library. The exhibit was designed and produced by Lou Tiscornia (center right) of Weehawken, director, and Paul Gargiulo (second from left) of Hillsdale, assistant director, of NJCU’s Office of Television and Multi-Media Productions. All four serve on the University’s 80th Anniversary Memorabilia/History Sub-Committee, which is chaired by Grace Bulaong (center left) of Jersey City, director of the NJCU Library. Coordinated by NJCU’s Division of University Advancement, which is led by Vice President Khatmeh Osseiran-Hanna (right) of Cliffside Park, the institution’s cross-divisional celebration will continue through the fall and will include an 80th anniversary gala in October 2010. “From Greenhouse to Campus,” will be shown through Friday, October 29, on the second floor of the Library, 2039 Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City. The University history exhibits include institutional memorabilia , information about the Library as an invaluable physical resource, and a book display that reflects the 80th Anniversary theme, “Past as Prologue,” and will be shown through October on the Library’s ground floor.
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