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Interest in Camden grows, thanks to ‘Eds and Meds,’ study finds

Proof that Camden’s redevelopment is having an effect, ever so slightly, on its favorability as a place to live and work was released by the Camden...

Montclair State launches Presidential Scholars Program

Montclair State University is introducing a new scholarship program for freshmen, awarding $5,000 and career preparation guidance. The applicants...


Stevens starts STEM program aimed at underserved H.S. students

Stevens Institute of Technology is launching a program to help underserved students and underrepresented minorities get STEM-related jobs. Science,...

Quest for Amazon began with growth of Newark schools

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...


Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership’s director is retiring

The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School will get a new director in the new year. Professor Joanne B. Ciulla will succeed...

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

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...


Nonprofit Profile: Cento Amici, the ‘100 Friends’

Origin Cento Amici (100 Friends) was founded 30 years ago by Thomas Zito, executive director of the Bayonne Housing Authority, and Robert Zito, then...

Babineau joins executive committee of Rutgers’ Center for Real Estate

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...


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