Tigers in Town: Innovative program at Princeton supports local business community

Princeton University has creating Tigers in Town, an innovative way to help spur economic growth in the community while helping its students get time out of their dorms, safely exploring the town — at...

White, research leader at Rutgers Cancer Institute, earns prestigious fellowship

Eileen White, the chief scientific officer and associate director for research at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, is one of 25 scientists around the world elected to the 2021 class of Fellows...

U.S. News grad school rankings: N.J. has Top 100 programs in business, law, engineering...

Two graduate programs in the state were ranked in the Top 100 nationally by U.S. News & World Report, which issued its annual graduate school rankings Tuesday — but the state made more of...

PSEG Foundation to allocate $1M in grants to three HBCUs

The PSEG Foundation announced Friday that it will allocate $1 million in grant funding to three historically Black colleges and universities: Hampton University, Howard University and North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. This funding...

Maida family donates additional $1.275M to innovative Rutgers Law program

An innovative public interest program at Rutgers Law School — committed to serving vulnerable communities in the New Jersey region while providing Rutgers students with exceptional support and learning experiences — received $1,275,750 from...

Rutgers to require students to be vaccinated to return to school in fall

Rutgers University will require the COVID-19 vaccine for students who are enrolled for the 2021 fall semester, the school announced Thursday. It is unclear if Rutgers is the first university to make such a requirement. Rutgers...

Salacz named director of neuro-oncology at Rutgers Cancer Institute of N.J.

Dr. Michael Salacz has been named the new director of neuro-oncology at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Salacz, who also will serve as an associate professor of medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson...

Marco Learning, Wrightstown education company, acquires Graide Network

Marco Learning, a leading provider of teacher professional development and AP exam preparation based in Wrightstown, announced Wednesday it has acquired the Graide Network, an education technology company. The Graide Network, founding in 2016 and based...

BioCentriq, NJII’s cell and gene therapy development center, announces partnership with MIT startup

BioCentriq, the New Jersey Innovation Institute’s cell and gene therapy development and manufacturing center, announced a partnership this week with Kytopen, a Cambridge-based startup spun out of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. BioCentriq General Manager Haro...

Branding 101: Middlesex College feels new name, logo will bring new recognition

A new name, a new logo — even a new mascot. Middlesex College President Mark McCormick hopes all of this will lead to county residents taking a fresh look at the school — and...

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EDA announces dates you can apply for $85M in recently announced grants

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced Wednesday it will begin accepting applications in May for a number of the recently announced programs that...

Komline-Sanderson acquires waste-reduction systems business

Komline-Sanderson, a Peapack-based maker of equipment for wastewater management and other industrial applications, has acquired a company specializing in waste-reduction systems for the food...

Makerhoods, live/work program in which entrepreneurs create community, is coming to Newark

Makerhoods, a live/work program designed to elevate makers, artisans and other creative individuals looking to grow their passions and microbusinesses into thriving businesses, is...

On anniversary of peak hospitalizations in state, NJHA’s Bennett reflects — and looks to...

Cathy Bennett, the CEO of the New Jersey Hospital Association, remembers when she feared the state was reaching its COVID-19 breaking point. It was last...

DoorDash to help deliver 100K hot meals in Bergen County

The Bergen County Food Security Task Force has launched Project Dash, a partnership with DoorDash to deliver 100,000 hot meals to nonprofits across the...