Remembering Steve Adubato Sr., ‘N.J.’s greatest political teacher’

Tributes for Steve Adubato Sr. — an educator and political powerbroker who spent a lifetime giving all he had to Newark — have poured in all morning Friday since the announcement of his death...

Stockton has groundbreaking for A.C. dorm

Stockton University broke ground for its Phase II Residence Hall in Atlantic City on Wednesday, with Gov. Phil Murphy and others in attendance. The Galloway-based college said the six-story, 416-bed building will be built at...

How CCM professor is contributing to development of drugs to combat COVID-19

Everyone is looking for a cure for COVID-19. Brian Olson, a professor in the departments of biology and chemistry at County College of Morris, just might be onto something. Olson recently had his research on...

Murphy to allow winter (indoor) high school sports. Having fans in stands isn’t as...

Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Monday afternoon allowing for the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports defined as “medium risk” and “high risk” by the New...

RCBC announces $2.2M federal grant to help student outcomes

Rowan College at Burlington County has earned a $2.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education aimed at improving student outcomes, it announced Monday. The two-year college based in Mount Laurel said in a...

Noted N.J. economist: Why next stimulus should be geared toward youngest workers

Plans for another stimulus package — one that figures to come in at around $2 trillion — appeared to be falling apart over the weekend as Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C.,  can’t decide...

Saint Peter’s launches B.S. in computer science with concentration in AI, machine learning

Saint Peter's University announced on Friday it has launch a Bachelor of Science in computer science with a concentration in artificial intelligence and machine learning. The program was established in response to high demand for...

Moghe named Rutgers University’s chief academic officer

The Rutgers University board of governors announced it has appointed Prabhas Moghe as executive vice president for academic affairs, effective Oct. 5. In this new role, he will develop strategies and initiatives to strengthen the...

On his 100th day, Holloway reflects on an unusual beginning – and finding a...

Everyone understands the start of Jonathan Holloway’s tenure as president of Rutgers was most unusual. “Fun is not a word I would use right now,” he joked. Holloway started July 1, in the middle of a...

Princeton to name new residential college after Mellody Hobson, class of 1991, after generous...

In recognition of a substantial gift from Mellody Hobson and the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation, Princeton University announced Thursday that it will build Hobson College, a new residential college at the school — and the...

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Joint venture boosts Jersey portfolio with Florham Park office property

A 228,000-square-foot office building in Florham Park has changed hands, according to real estate firm JLL Capital Markets. JLL said in a news release Tuesday...

Crum & Forster names CEO for new Pethealth business

Crum & Forster Accident & Health, a national property and casualty insurer, has named a CEO of its newly acquired Pethealth Inc. business, it announced...

Parsippany-based ophthalmic instruments business buys Missouri company

Katena Products, a Parsippany-based provider of ophthalmic instruments and devices to the health care sector, has acquired a Missouri-based maker of ophthalmic instruments. Micro-Select, founded...

11 hospitals in N.J. among 70 recognized nationally for being ‘Most Wired’

Eleven acute care hospitals in New Jersey have earned the “Digital Health Most Wired” distinction for 2020 by CHIME. The CHIME Digital Health Most Wired...

Early voting in N.J.: Murphy says 1.75M ballots already have been returned

Candidates looking to change voters’ minds in the final days before the election will run into one big problem this year: Many voters already...