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Lincoln Tech names Snepar to senior-level consulting role

Lincoln Educational Services Corp., a West Orange-based specialized technical training institute, announced on Wednesday it has named Jeremy Snepar to entrepreneur in residence. Snepar will be responsible for developing new opportunities for...

Opening schools defies science — and common sense

Gov. Phil Murphy had all the data, science and good old health care common sense on his side when he put a pause on indoor dining last week and when...


Uncertainty in times of COVID: Back-to-school shopping

COVID-19’s impact has created a lot of uncertainty for back-to-school season, according to Deloitte’s 2020 Back-to-School Consumer Spending...

3 N.J. colleges launch new undergraduate STEM degrees

Three colleges in New Jersey have launched new degree programs all related to STEM, or science, technology, engineering and mathematics. William...


A.C. hopes STEAM Lab will help diversify economy, produce next-gen tech workers

Officials in Atlantic City have long talked about the desire to expand the regional economy beyond the gaming and hospitality sectors. A new program...

Rutgers will focus on remote courses in fall, including limiting campus housing

Rutgers University’s new leader, Jonathan Holloway, has opened his time in office with the first challenging decision of his presidency: How to...


Princeton’s plan: Freshman, juniors on campus in fall — sophomores and seniors in spring

Princeton University found a creative way to cut on-campus capacity by half during the upcoming school year: Students will return to campus by...

For NJIT, move to America East means fewer days on road, more days in class (and travel savings)

New Jersey Institute of Technology Athletic Director Lenny Kaplan knows the travel plan well: A game in Florida would be followed by an overnight...


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