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By Lynda Cohen
Newark | October 17, 2017 at 1:10 pm

17 10, 2017

NJII, Rutgers creating manufacturing institute for pharma industry

2017-10-19T08:39:55+00:00

The New Jersey Innovation Institute and Rutgers University are forming the New Jersey Continuous Manufacturing Institute to advance innovative manufacturing technologies in the pharmaceutical industry. The NJCMI, a New Jersey Institute of Technology corporation, combines state-of- the-art technologies, infrastructure, facilities and technical expertise to support the development and continuous manufacturing ...

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NJII, Rutgers creating manufacturing institute for pharma industry 2017-10-19T08:39:55+00:00
17 10, 2017

Agile Strategy Lab at NJII looks cool. What’s inside may be even cooler

2017-10-19T08:40:22+00:00

When the New Jersey Innovation Institute opened the $7 million Agile Strategy Lab last spring, NJII CEO and President Donald Sebastian said the lab was expressly designed to bring together industry, academia and government to find technical solutions to the grand challenges we all share. “Collaboration is jet fuel for ...

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Agile Strategy Lab at NJII looks cool. What’s inside may be even cooler 2017-10-19T08:40:22+00:00
17 10, 2017

NJIT, IBM team up to give business students digital tech education

2017-10-19T08:41:00+00:00

The New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark has teamed with IBM to deliver digital technologies and education through the university’s Martin Tuchman School of Management and its Business Analytics Lab. The official launch of the program is set for 9 a.m. Thursday in the Campus Center Atrium at NJIT. ...

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NJIT, IBM team up to give business students digital tech education 2017-10-19T08:41:00+00:00
13 10, 2017

John Wiley and Sons names new publishing EVP

2017-10-13T10:57:05+00:00

John Wiley and Sons Inc. has named Ella Balagula its new executive vice president of the company’s publishing segment. The Hoboken-based company focuses on global research and learning. Balagula was senior vice president and general manager of Engineering Solutions at Elsevier, one of the world’s largest providers of scientific, medical ...

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John Wiley and Sons names new publishing EVP 2017-10-13T10:57:05+00:00
11 10, 2017

Rutgers center announces new, intensive cybersecurity course

2017-11-03T11:20:50+00:00

Rutgers University’s Center for Innovation Education, in conjunction with performance improvement solutions company Socratic Arts Inc., is launching a Cyber Security Certificate Program, it announced recently. The RIE said in a news release that the intensive, 24-week online course begins Nov. 27. Development was funded by the Department of Defense, ...

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Rutgers center announces new, intensive cybersecurity course 2017-11-03T11:20:50+00:00
10 10, 2017

Teachers Village in Newark aims to be game-changer for education

2017-10-10T13:51:59+00:00

The latest ribbon-cutting in Newark adds a lot more than just multifamily residences and retail to the downtown area: Teachers Village represents a step forward in education and helps establish the city as an example of how modern development can have a great social impact. So said Newark Mayor Ras ...

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Teachers Village in Newark aims to be game-changer for education 2017-10-10T13:51:59+00:00
10 10, 2017

Sony investment in comms school is born of long ties to Montclair, college

2017-10-12T10:52:46+00:00

Schools in New York City would have loved to partner with Sony on a project to bring its latest state-of-the-art media technology into the classroom. Sony officials, however, knew there was no reason to look over the river. The deal to help Montclair State University open its $60 million school ...

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Sony investment in comms school is born of long ties to Montclair, college 2017-10-12T10:52:46+00:00
10 10, 2017

TCNJ’s Gitenstein turns racially charged moment into positive step

2017-11-03T11:08:40+00:00

While The College of New Jersey is located in Ewing and got its start in Trenton, school officials recently learned they weren’t doing enough to help members of those communities enroll at TCNJ — or enough to help those students when they did. In fact, TCNJ President Barbara Gitenstein said, ...

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TCNJ’s Gitenstein turns racially charged moment into positive step 2017-11-03T11:08:40+00:00
29 09, 2017

2 N.J. high schools among 50 in U.S. to win Blue Ribbon designation

2017-10-10T13:21:39+00:00

Two New Jersey high schools were honored as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education, a prestigious award given to just 50 high schools nationally. Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft (Monmouth County) and the Academy for Allied Health Sciences in Scotch Plains (Union) were cited. Fifteen middle ...

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2 N.J. high schools among 50 in U.S. to win Blue Ribbon designation 2017-10-10T13:21:39+00:00
28 09, 2017

Rutgers-Camden opens $62.5M Nursing and Science building

2017-10-02T10:39:19+00:00

Camden’s growing reputation as an “eds and meds” center in the state got another big boost this week with the dedication of Rutgers-Camden’s $62.5 million Nursing and Science building. University officials feel the 107,000-square-foot building, located at Fifth and Federal streets, will strengthen the school’s role as a regional leader ...

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Rutgers-Camden opens $62.5M Nursing and Science building 2017-10-02T10:39:19+00:00
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