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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...

Princeton expands boundaries of its already world-renowned research

Dean for research sounds like a big job at a research university with as much clout as Princeton. It is. Pablo Debenedetti, who was named the...


Rutgers embraces concept of collaboration with other N.J. universities

With more than $650 million in annual research expenditures, Rutgers University is outdoing itself. But it isn’t doing it itself. More than...

Rowan College at Burlington County’s president resigns

Rowan College at Burlington County’s president, placed on administrative leave shortly before the start of the academic year, has resigned,...


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