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STEM education pays off for economy, Bloom tells financial execs

STEM is the driver behind most of business and industry today, Joel Bloom says. “The future of business, today, is accelerated by knowledge of...

Eat, sleep … and dance: Joffrey Ballet School coming to Jersey City’s University Place

Plans for the 22-acre redevelopment project on Jersey City’s West Side, University Place, have expanded to include additional housing units and a...


William Paterson University appoints new provost, SVP for academic affairs

William Paterson University in Wayne announced Monday that Joshua B. Powers has been appointed provost and senior vice president for academic affairs. In addition to his new roles, Powers was also appointed professor in the Department of...

Rutgers School of Business–Camden dean steps down, returns to faculty

The Rutgers School of Business–Camden announced Friday Dr. Jaishankar Ganesh has decided to step down as dean and return to the faculty, effective...


St. Peter’s U. names new executive director for public policy institute

Saint Peter's University in Jersey City announced Thursday it has named Ginger Gold Schnitzer the new executive director for the Guarini Institute...

Christie effect? Booker’s approval rating slips as he launches presidential bid

Newly minted presidential candidate Cory Booker may be able to blame his friend, former Gov. Chris Christie, for shrinking approval ratings....


Growing by LEEPs and bounds: Law, education nonprofit helping underserved students — with help from Newark business giants

Current research suggests just 25 percent of public school students in Newark will earn a college degree, Claire Dragon said.  But the New Jersey...

BNED, Wiley to provide students with more access to affordable course materials

Barnes & Noble Education Inc. and Wiley announced Tuesday they plan to bring wider access to affordable, digital course materials to campuses...


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