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Career Classroom: Increased attention to cybersecurity includes training and recruiting today’s tech-savvy students

Cyberattacks are on the rise, especially given our increased reliance, or outright dependence, on technology since the onset of the pandemic.   “Workers and learners were moved from their offices and schools into their homes...

Intelligence by design: Farvardin believes in future of AI, and he has Stevens poised...

As the longtime head of Stevens Institute of Technology, Nariman Farvardin isn’t one for hyperbole or bluster. Farvardin, the president of one of the top STEM universities in the country, lives in a world based...

Decade of progress: Farvardin is proud to have led Stevens to greater success

There are a lot of ways to quantify the growth of Stevens Institute of Technology in the 10 years since Nariman Farvardin took over as president: Undergraduate enrollment is booming (the school has nearly...

Bloomfield College, in danger of closing, goes public in plea for help

Bloomfield College, which primarily serves Pell Grant-eligible, first-generation students from underserved communities, is in danger of closing due to dwindling enrollment, exacerbated by the pandemic, President Marcheta Evans and school officials said Tuesday. Evans, who...

Recinos named interim president at Berkeley College

Diane Recinos, described as a champion for Berkeley College for nearly three decades, was named interim president Monday, the school announced. Recinos replaces Michael Smith, who had served as president since 2015. The school has...

Solar Landscape, nonprofit award $20K in scholarships in Sustainability Challenge

Solar Landscape, a leading New Jersey developer, designer, installer, owner and operator of community solar and solar energy solutions, and nonprofit Sustainable Jersey City will award $20,000 in scholarships to 23 New Jersey students...

Repollet formally installed as Kean’s president

In an event delayed more than a year by the COVID-19 pandemic, Kean University celebrated this week the formal installation of Lamont Repollet as its 18th president. Repollet, the university’s first Black president, and a...

N.J. to announce $665M investment in medical research at the Hub — and that...

Gov. Phil Murphy and Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway will announce Thursday morning a landmark $665 million investment by the state in innovation, translational research and medical education at the Hub in downtown New...

Study: Seton Hall has $1.6B economic impact on N.J., supports nearly 10,000 jobs

Seton Hall University has an economic impact of $1.6 billion on New Jersey, directly supports nearly 10,000 jobs and has an impact of $64 million on state taxes. The economic statistics come from a study...

Wiley acquires editorial services company

Wiley, the Hoboken-based research and education company, has acquired a publishing services company, J&J Editorial Services LLC, it announced Monday. J&J Editorial, based in North Carolina, provides editorial services, production, copy editing and more for...

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Onyx announces 8 restaurants set to join the Junction at Gateway Center

Shortly after acquiring three of the four Gateway buildings in Newark, Onyx Equities announced plans to create the Junction, a 100,000-square-foot dining and retail...

Larken Associates begins construction on final phase of Branchburg Centre project

Larken Associates on Wednesday said construction started on the 19,000-square-foot professional and medical office building at Branchburg Centre. Located at 3040 U.S. Route 22 W....

Cross River expands financial services and economic inclusion to underserved communities

Cross River Bank on Tuesday announced it expanded partnerships with both Operation HOPE and the Memorial Foundation in order to bring access to financial...

Monmouth University Poll: Little change in governor race; taxes top issue

A new Monmouth University Poll released Wednesday shows Gov. Phil Murphy with an 11-point lead over his Republican challenger, Jack Ciattarelli, although the margin...

Atlantic City Electric’s parent company establishes $36M fund to support minority-owned businesses

Exelon’s utilities business, which owns six electric and gas utilities, including Atlantic City Electric, on Wednesday announced it created a $36 million fund to...