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By Tom Bergeron
Newark | November 2, 2017 at 12:43 pm

2 11, 2017

Quest for Amazon began with growth of Newark schools

2017-11-06T10:22:28+00:00

When Gov. Chris Christie announced recently that Newark’s bid to land Amazon’s second headquarters would be the only one in the state to get the administration’s approval, Don Katz was not in the audience as an official of Amazon. He was there as the founder and CEO of Audible.com, a ...

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Quest for Amazon began with growth of Newark schools 2017-11-06T10:22:28+00:00
27 10, 2017

Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership’s director is retiring

2017-10-31T11:46:40+00:00

The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School will get a new director in the new year. Professor Joanne B. Ciulla will succeed James Abruzzo, who is retiring after co-founding the Newark institute 13 years ago. Abruzzo will continue working with the Cultural and Ethnic Arts Executive Leadership Program, ...

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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership’s director is retiring 2017-10-31T11:46:40+00:00
24 10, 2017

Three of N.J.’s colleges are among world’s best, report reveals

2017-11-02T12:47:56+00:00

New Jersey has three universities that are among the top in the world, according to US News & World Report. Princeton University made the Top 10 in the publication’s Best Global Universities ranking, at No. 9 overall, with a rating of 84.2 based on 13 factors. It is the third-best ...

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Three of N.J.’s colleges are among world’s best, report reveals 2017-11-02T12:47:56+00:00
24 10, 2017

Nonprofit Profile: Cento Amici, the ‘100 Friends’

2017-10-26T09:36:35+00:00

Origin Cento Amici (100 Friends) was founded 30 years ago by Thomas Zito, executive director of the Bayonne Housing Authority, and Robert Zito, then an executive at the New York Stock Exchange. The two had been members of Tiro a Segno, a New York organization that was both a private ...

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Nonprofit Profile: Cento Amici, the ‘100 Friends’ 2017-10-26T09:36:35+00:00
20 10, 2017

Babineau joins executive committee of Rutgers’ Center for Real Estate

2017-10-20T12:32:00+00:00

Anne S. Babineau, a co-chair of the Real Estate practice at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, has been appointed to join the executive committee of the advisory board at the Rutgers Center for Real Estate, the organization announced. Babineau has worked on some of New Jersey’s most challenging projects, the release ...

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Babineau joins executive committee of Rutgers’ Center for Real Estate 2017-10-20T12:32:00+00:00
20 10, 2017

Nonprofit Profile: Cornerstone Family Programs

2017-10-24T11:15:02+00:00

Origin Founded in 1813 by women of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown to help women and children left behind during the War of 1812 as the Morristown Female Charitable Society. Later known as Family Service of Morris County, and finally Cornerstone Family Programs starting in 2013, the organization has a ...

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Nonprofit Profile: Cornerstone Family Programs 2017-10-24T11:15:02+00:00
19 10, 2017

Rowan, Rutgers break ground on joint higher-education facility in Camden

2017-10-24T13:44:19+00:00

The groundbreaking for the Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden on Thursday brought local, state and federal officials together to celebrate a facility that will provide education and training opportunities for careers in health care and biomedical research. The facility, which is set to open in the spring of 2019 ...

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Rowan, Rutgers break ground on joint higher-education facility in Camden 2017-10-24T13:44:19+00:00
18 10, 2017

Stevens gets $15M endowment to fund engineering scholarships

2017-10-20T10:55:44+00:00

Stevens Institute of Technology has received the largest endowed scholarship gift in its history, a $15 million donation that will fund the A. James Clark Scholars Program, the Hoboken university announced Wednesday. The gift from the A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation will provide financial support and learning opportunities ...

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Stevens gets $15M endowment to fund engineering scholarships 2017-10-20T10:55:44+00:00
18 10, 2017

Report ranks N.J.’s college tuition costs; which one tops $50K a year?

2017-10-20T10:56:41+00:00

Annual tuition at 27 of New Jersey’s four-year colleges ranged from $11,762 to $50,725, with more than half topping $29,000 a year, according to a published report Wednesday. NJ Advance Media’s NJ.com ranked the colleges and universities in the state — excluding certain nontraditional schools such as Thomas Edison State ...

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Report ranks N.J.’s college tuition costs; which one tops $50K a year? 2017-10-20T10:56:41+00:00
17 10, 2017

John Wiley and Sons names publishing veteran as new CEO

2017-10-19T08:39:45+00:00

Hoboken’s John Wiley and Sons Inc. has named Brian A. Napack its new CEO and president, effective Dec. 4. Napack follows Matthew Kissner, who has served as interim CEO since May. Kissner will stay on as chairman. “I am delighted to introduce Brian Napack as the 14th CEO in Wiley’s ...

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John Wiley and Sons names publishing veteran as new CEO 2017-10-19T08:39:45+00:00
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