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Hackensack Meridian-Seton Hall medical school gets accreditation, to open this fall

The Hackensack Meridian-Seton Hall University medical school is open for enrollment. The school received its accreditation late Wednesday night...

Barnes & Noble, McGraw-Hill partner on course materials

Basking Ridge-based Barnes & Noble Education Inc. and McGraw-Hill Education have partnered to provide students, faculty and institutions greater...


Rutgers gets $15M gift, largest in Athletics history

Rutgers Athletics announced recently that it has received a $15 million gift, the largest in its history, to support academic achievements of the...

N.J. schools honor Fox with public service programs

The College of New Jersey and Montclair State University are honoring the late Jamie Fox by establishing two mentorship programs designed to...


Strothers to lead Jobs for N.J.’s Graduates program

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced recently that Sandra Strothers was named executive director of the foundation’s Jobs for New Jersey's Graduates program. The program is designed to help at-risk high school students...

N.J. gets FastTrac location, through partnership

The Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship in Chatham has partnered with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, an internationally renowned funder of...


Princeton, lab firm create science incubator

A catalytic ecosystem is rapidly growing at Princeton University, according to Paul LaMarche. “We believe entrepreneurship enhances our capacity...

Seton Hall finds new law program has business twist

Seton Hall University’s law school, which launched a weekend degree option during the fall semester, is finding success with the part-time program,...


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