Study: Women who get more help at home are more productive, happier at work...

The premise seemed obvious. When the state went on lockdown and working parents not only had to work at home, but care for their children at the same time, the general consensus was that...

William Paterson gets $1M grant to fund STEM scholarships for underserved communities

There has been a push to get more people from underserved communities in STEM fields. William Paterson University just got $1 million dollars’ worth of help to do so. The school announced this week that...

Rutgers CUEED wins $300K federal grant for Black and Latino tech initiative

Rutgers Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development has received a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to strengthen its efforts to build Black- and Latino-owned tech businesses, it announced...

STEM programs cost more, but are worth investment for N.J.

In today’s world, technology is both indispensable and inescapable. Just about every facet of our society is changing rapidly due to technological innovation. Whether in health care or communication or finance or transportation or...

Tonight’s virtual Genius Gala will feature 4 ‘COVID Challengers’ as well as 3 Genius...

The Liberty Science Center’s Genius Gala is an annual celebration of some of the brightest minds from around the country — and around the globe. It’s an appreciation of visionary scientific achievement that normally...

Rutgers Law School: Where Ruth Bader Ginsburg found her voice

David Lopez, the dean of Rutgers Law School-Newark said it doesn’t take long during orientation of the incoming class before the fact that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught at the school comes...

Princeton announces $20M gift that will help school’s mission to expand enrollment, increase opportunity

Princeton University’s quest to become a bigger — and more inclusive — academic community got a huge boost Thursday as the university announced it has received a $20 million gift from alumni Kwanza Jones...

Rider University launching master’s in cybersecurity

Rider University, which launched a bachelor’s degree program in cybersecurity in 2019, has taken the next logical step, offering an online master’s in cybersecurity. The new degree program, which will begin in January, will require...

ETS creates investment arm to spur business growth

ETS, the educational assessment company based in Princeton, has created an investment- and growth-focused unit, called ETS Strategic Capital. The company said the new endeavor will focus on growing the business and advancing its mission...

Big Ten reverses course: Will play football, starting in October (UPDATED)

It’s not clear if they are following the science, a request from the president or pleadings from players and fans, but the Big Ten Conference appears as if it will play football this fall...

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Murphy on rising cases: This is clear evidence that we are not out of...

After a long period of steady decline in many important COVID-19 statistics, Gov. Phil Murphy said there are five counties in the state that...

Expanded indoor dining? Murphy won’t offer timeline

It’s the dreaded “sooner rather than later” response. And it’s all restaurant owners have to go on — for now — when it comes...

Transaction tax will cost U.S. savers, pensioners — and ultimately hurt N.J.

As New Jersey struggles under a large deficit due, in part, to the pandemic, some state legislators believe they have found a path toward...

Amazon opens latest delivery center, in Carlstadt

Amazon continues to roll along on the path to becoming New Jersey’s largest private-sector employer, announcing yet another new delivery station has opened in...

Stockton names CPA, alumnus as new board chairman

Raymond R. Ciccone, an accountant and alumnus, has been named chair of the Stockton University board of trustees, the Galloway-based college announced this week. Ciccone,...