Press Releases and Articles

The Center has a long history of working closely with schools and after-school programs to enhance experiences for students.

Cheronda Frazier and ASTC Diversity and Leadership Fellows Program Celebrate 16 years

Cheronda Frazier, the Center’s Director of Community Engagement, a previously a member of the ASTC Diversity and Leadership Fellows Program, helps the program celebrate its 16th anniversary. (Learn more)

Joey Rodriguez Shares His Story

Joey Rodriguez, Manager of Community Engagement, discusses the impact of joining the CAUSE program and how it has affected his life. (Learn more)

Wounded Warriors Overnight Shark Adventure

Families of wounded veterans packed up their sleeping bags and headed to Adventure Aquarium for the Center’s overnight “Shark in the Dark” adventure (Learn more)

“What Pet Should I Get” at VECC

The Center for Aquatic Sciences visited the Ventnor Educational Community Complex for Read Across America to teach children what animals were and were not suitable for pets. (Learn more)

CAUSE Works with STEM Steps Out Program

CAUSE students participated in Saving the Environment of Moorestown’s annual STEM Steps Out Festival. There, the students taught guest about turtles, horseshoe crabs and the importance of preserving the environments these creatures live in. (Learn more)


The Board of Center for Aquatic Sciences Appoints New Executive Leadership Team

The Board of Directors of the Center for Aquatic Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Nicole Gillespie as President and CEO and Ms. Barbara Kelly has Executive Vice President and COO. Click here for the full press release.

Center Announces Search for next President and CEO

The Center has announced its search for the next President and CEO. To see the full posting click here.


Center for Aquatic Sciences Announces Retirement of Brian DuVall, President and CEO

Brian DuVall announces retirement after over 30 years of leadership. For more information, click here.