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Recruiting next century’s teachers

owan alumni are playing a pivitol role in an innovative program—three of the four veteran faculty members heading a GCC initiative are graduates of Rowan.

In the next decade, an alarming number of New Jersey’s teachers are expected to retire. This, combined with the lure of careers in science and business for top students, is the motivation for Gloucester County College’s ‘Teachers 2000’ program. The goal is to attract
90 of the state’s better students to enroll in the school’s education program.

Charles Harkins ’64, ’72, a communications professor, helped develop GCC’s public information program. The former coach also established the school’s sports hall of fame. He resides in Glassboro. Michael Lindner ’68 is a professor of sociology, though he has also worked in radio and television. He resides in Clayton. Crystal Bacon ’77, a recognized poet, is an associate professor of American literature. She resides in Haddonfield.

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