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Celgene donates $100K to Rutgers’ TechAdvance funding program

Rutgers University's TechAdvance Fund received $100,000 from Celgene Corp., it announced Tuesday. The fund was created through...

Northeast Conference renews printing, promotions pact

The Northeast Conference, the Somerset-based NCAA Division I athletic organization, has renewed its partnership with the Franklin Group, the two announced Monday. Brooklyn-based Franklin Group will serve as printing and promotions partners with...


Rutgers Real Estate Center releases landmark study on school-aged children in multifamily properties

The number of school-age children in multifamily housing units increases with the number of bedrooms, regardless of the residents’ income level and...

Rutgers to hike tuition for upcoming academic year

Rutgers University is raising tuition costs and fees for undergraduates attending its campuses this fall, its board of governors announced...


There are only 3 top schools in the country where female grads make more than men. One is in N.J.

We’ve heard the reports of the gender wage gap for years. And we acknowledge it’s a very real thing. But not everywhere. A recent Forbes...

Shuttle trouble? For Seton Hall students, getting to new med school could be issue

While business leaders have been excited about the new Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, there are...


Rutgers University-Newark CUEED program creates first spinoff in Memphis

Rutgers University-Newark Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development and ArtUp, a Memphis-based arts innovator, jointly announced the...

Centenary gets grant to fund intergenerational programs

Parsippany-based Centenary University has been awarded a $13,000 grant by the Council of Independent Colleges to fund its intergenerational programs. These programs link Centenary college students with older adults in the community. Centenary...


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