SciTech Scity High: N.J. is one step closer to what could be top high...

A state-of-the-art high school that offers skill-centric science, technology, engineering and math classes for 400 science-talented high school students — one that also will leverage a work education program around the 200-plus technology startup...

Sign (or Zoom) of the times: Brookdale announces partnership with 4-year school in Indiana

In an announcement that shows the changing nature of higher education, Brookdale Community College said Monday it has signed a transfer agreement with the John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences, a four-year...

Rutgers-Camden Business School names 3 to advisory board

Rutgers University-Camden has named three new members to the Dean’s Leadership Council for its School of Business, it announced this weekend. The new advisory board members are: Veronica Hawkins, vice president of talent strategies and...

Push to reopen (more) schools gets help from new CDC guideline

The push to open more schools to in-person learning got another boost Friday, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced it is updating its physical distancing guidelines for children in schools from...

Stockton program would guarantee 100% of tuition/fee costs

Stockton University has announced a new program for fall 2021 that guarantees 100% of the cost of tuition and fees for eligible first-year and transfer students. The “Stockton Promise” grant program will cover the balance...

Study: Certain mouthwashes might stop COVID-19 transmission

There’s scientific reason to believe you can fight COVID-19 with mouthwash. Researchers at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine have found evidence that two types of mouthwash disrupt the COVID-19 virus under laboratory conditions, preventing it...

Rutgers names inaugural executive chair of psychiatry, director of new genomic psychiatry center

Dr. Carlos Pato has been selected as the first executive chair of psychiatry at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences and vice president of research, training and academic affairs for behavioral health and addictions at...

They found way to have in-person learning. Will N.J. find way to reimburse them?

Superintendent Mark Maire was thrilled to see first lady Jill Biden — a teacher herself — tour an elementary school Monday in Burlington County. She was touting how the $1.9 trillion stimulus package would...

New Institute for Future Technologies: New school for New Jersey

Gov. Phil Murphy said the New Institute for Future Technologies will combine the academic and research capacities of two global institutions, creating the region’s next hub of technological innovation. New Jersey Institute of Technology President...

Stevens to extend test-optional policy for incoming class of 2022 (current H.S. juniors)

Stevens Institute of Technology announced it is extending its SAT/ACT test-optional policy for first-year applicants hoping to enter the school in the fall of 2022 — which would be current high school juniors. This year’s...

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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...