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NJPAC to launch new initiative using arts for wellness thanks to $3 million donation...

John Schreiber has long said that NJPAC defines itself as more than just an anchor cultural institution in Newark. “That means we’re so much more than simply being a presenter of performances,” the CEO told...

Higher-ed: 35 N.J. schools get nearly $29 million to address impact of pandemic (We’ve...

Thirty-five schools in New Jersey will share nearly $29 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to address the impact of the pandemic and support the core priorities of the state plan...

Stevens, RPI will create fintech center: Grant, industry funding to support endeavor

Stevens Institute of Technology is one of two universities in the country that have been awarded the first-ever National Science Foundation grant to create an industry-university cooperative research center devoted specifically to financial technology...

Newark kicks off Summer Learning Week with four grants totaling $10K from United Way

The United Way of Greater Newark will award four grants Monday that total $10,000 to four non-profits to mark the start of the first-ever Summer Learning Week in Newark. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said he...

Rutgers opens center for advanced human brain imaging research

Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences announced Wednesday it has opened a new brain imaging research center in an effort to improve the diagnosis of neurological and psychiatric disorders and to help personalize and monitor...

Atlantic Cape CC wins Offshore Wind Safety Training Challenge — and $3M grant

When New Jersey officials created the Offshore Wind Safety Training Challenge grant competition earlier this year, they hoped the winning entry would help the state establish a training program that would be an example...

Devco signs 1 of the 1st NIL deals with a Rutgers athlete: Here’s why

Chris Paladino, the president of the New Brunswick Development Corp. and someone long associated with Rutgers University, felt he had the perfect place to go when NCAA rules allowing college athletes to make money...

Savage, who helped N.J. rediscover need for CTE programs at vo-tech schools, retires today

After more than 20 years in the role, Judy Savage retires Thursday as the executive director of the New Jersey Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools. Savage, who will succeeded by Assistant Director Jackie Burke, said...

EDA to help NJCU start Sports Wagering and Fintech Innovation Center

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority signed a memorandum of understanding with New Jersey City University on Wednesday in Jersey City to support the creation of a Sports Wagering and Financial Technology Workforce Development...

N.J. dominates U.S. News rankings for best schools by county

If the state needed more statistical evidence that it has the best school systems in the country, U.S. News & World Report provided it Tuesday during the release of its annual Healthiest Communities list. When...

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Woodmont Industrial sells 101,425 sq. ft. distribution center in Woodbridge

Woodmont Industrial Partners announced the sale of a 101,425-square-foot Class A distribution center in the Hopelawn section of Woodbridge on Friday. The property, 85 New...

Mask mandate for schools this fall? Assembly Education chair hints at need

Assembly Education Committee Chairwoman Pam Lampitt did not directly say masks should be mandated when students and educators return to school this fall —...

10 microlenders (CDFIs and MDIs) each get $200K grant from EDA

Ten lenders will receive grants of $200,000 through the Micro Lender Support Grant Program sponsored by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, the EDA...

Hoboken to distribute nearly $2M in grants to 12 nonprofits

Hoboken will distribute approximately $2 million to local nonprofits and public agencies to help them provide vital services for low- and moderate-income residents and...

Pop-up store at American Dream giving autistic students real-time, real-world experience

Students on the autism spectrum in New Jersey receive perhaps the best instruction in the country for ASD kids. Transitioning to the work world...