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The 21 best colleges in N.J., according to Money

College cost is the second largest expenditure a family can make, so its not surprising families are looking more toward the bigger picture. And...

Becoming education franchisees is paying off for two New Jersey women

Lynn Ann Zazzali, a former public school teacher, said it was her pursuit of quality child care that led to her new career as a...


The intern exit interview: 5 questions companies should ask themselves, not their interns

It’s that time of year. The time when summer interns are leaving your office and returning to college. It’s the time when all companies should...

Felician, St. George’s announce medical, veterinary educational partnership

St. George's University in Grenada and Rutherford-based Felician University jointly announced they have launched a program that will allow qualified...


Tools & Tiaras: How (and why) female union member started construction trades camp for girls

At this unique summer camp, women in the trades teach young girls they can do anything by teaching them construction skills. ### Isabella...

Praise for RWJBarnabas-Rutgers partnership

The recently finalized public-private partnership between RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers University is no surprise. It has been in the works for a...


100-Year-Old Planned Cos. expands service to college campuses

Parsippany-based Planned Cos., a 100-year-old real estate service provider, announced Wednesday it is increasing its portfolio, expanding into universities across the U.S. It most recently entered into an agreement with Howard University. It will...

Bio fueled: N.J. biotech startup sector is growing; so is demand for incubator space to house them

Even before scissor met ribbon at the Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs, companies were lining up to get into the brand-new incubator space. It...


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