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Guadagno named executive director of Mercy Center

Kim Guadagno has been named executive director of Mercy Center, an Asbury Park-based nonprofit that aims to help underserved communities — especially women and children. The Mercy Center, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, provides...

Gonzalez, considered a rising star, leaving Murphy administration for job in private sector

Diana Gonzalez, considered a rising star during various roles in state government, is leaving Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration for a job in the private sector, it was announced Tuesday. Gonzalez, who currently serves as the...

Perskie to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Award by Hughes Center at Stockton

Steven Perskie, a former state senator, New Jersey Casino Control Commission chair and retired Superior Court judge, will receive the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to New Jersey public life at the...

Where dreams stop, and careers start: Rutgers RWJ Medical School students get their white...

Hassiet Asberom admits it freely: “Working in an emergency room during COVID was terrifying,” she said. It was not, however, discouraging. In fact, Asberom said the two years she spent as a medical scribe in...

Morris County makes major expansion to workforce programs at Morris County Vo-Tech, CCM

The Morris County commissioners — in moves that aim to create and build the workforce of the future — announced major expansions of programs at both Morris County Vocational School and the County College...

TESU names chief advancement officer, dean of School of Public Service

Thomas Edison State University has made a pair of leadership appointments, it announced this week. Deb D’Arcangelo has been named chief advancement officer and vice president of the university’s foundation, while Malcolm K. Oliver has...

Rider offering 20% discount to state employees and their families

Rider University will offer a 20% discount to New Jersey state government employees and their immediate family members under the age of 23, the school said. The discount applies to all undergraduate and on-campus, part-time...

Rider names Lawrence its first-ever VP of diversity, equity and inclusion

Barbara Lawrence has been named Rider University's inaugural vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion, and chief diversity officer, the school announced Tuesday. Lawrence, who previously served in a similar role at Guilford College in...

With eye toward research, innovation, Scott-Johnson takes over as provost at Monmouth

Pamela Scott-Johnson began her role as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Monmouth University on Monday with one goal in mind: Helping the students better understand how their skills and talents...

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Applications for $10M Small Business Lease Grant Program to open Oct. 20

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority will begin accepting applications for its Small Business Lease Grant Program on Oct. 20, the EDA announced this...

Signature Acquisitions inks 90K sq. ft. of leases, renewals at office complex

Signature Acquisitions, a real estate company based in Cranford, has successfully negotiated approximately 90,000 square feet of new office leases and renewals at Parkway...

Trades Council offers strong support for offshore wind industry

New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council members signed a letter of support to bring the offshore wind industry to the state, saying the industry will provide...

Santola appointed to State Planning Commission

Stephen Santola, the well-known general counsel of Woodmont Properties, was recently approved by the New Jersey Senate to become a public member of the...

Global giant accelerator coming to Newark — bringing commitment to develop 100 hard-tech companies

HAX, a hard-tech accelerator run by one of the most-active venture capital firms in the world, will announce Thursday morning that it is moving...