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Prospective entrepreneurs show their stuff at annual business competition

Tom Wisniewski said he was simply there doing his job. “My job is to get to know everyone out there who is or is aspiring to be an entrepreneur...

5 N.J. colleges make Forbes’ Best Value list

Are you (or your parents) aiming to score the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to tuition costs in New Jersey? Take heed, as Forbes released...


7-figure gift realized at County College of Morris

The County College of Morris announced Tuesday the largest private gift the college has ever received. The gift of $976,000, from the estate of...

Name, financing changes for Seton Hall-Hackensack med school

The Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian Medical School is officially being referred to as the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine following a change in...


Community college students get real-world business experience in case competition

The questions came fast and furious. And, while they were soft in tone, they were tough in content. “Who are the franchisees who are going to...

Rutgers Law: On 50th anniversary of minority program, alums say need is great (and important) as ever

Business leaders now know diversity and inclusion lead to different perspectives and greater understanding among peers. In the legal field, that...


N.J.’s independent college groups announce new president

The state’s independent higher education organizations have named a new president, according to an announcement Wednesday. Lou Manzione, the dean of the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture at the University of Hartford, will...

Are N.J. schools ahead of Big Data trend? Here’s how William Paterson aims to be

If anyone has underestimated the size of Big Data, it’s those in higher education. Siamack Shojai of William Paterson University said that...


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