Nicole Jacoberger is a mentor in the Community College Teaching Fellowship Program. Dr. Jacoberger is Assistant Professor of History at Camden County College. Dr. Jacoberger earned her Doctorate in Modern World history from St. John’s University, specializing in colonial labor and Transatlantic migrations. She has taught in higher education for ten years at universities across the globe, lecturing as a visiting professor at the University of St. Martin in the Caribbean while researching for her doctoral thesis. She received SUNY grants in 2015 and 2016, joining forces with professors in Turkey and Mexico to introduce collaborative online international learning into the classroom. She is currently directing the development of this program at Camden County College. Additionally, Dr. Jacoberger leads study abroad programs in Europe and lectures for the NJ-STEP program, helping inmates earn their AA degrees while incarcerated.
"The value of even the most erudite historian may be measured by their ability to share their knowledge with the world. Research and writing requires perseverance, but educating requires care."
I have participated in the following GradFUTURES Programs: Community College Teaching Fellowship
Yes, I am open to being contacted by a Princeton Graduate Student for an informational interview!