Teachers Village in Newark aims to be game-changer for education

The latest ribbon-cutting in Newark adds a lot more than just multifamily residences and retail to the downtown area: Teachers Village represents a step forward in education and helps establish the city as an...

Sony investment in comms school is born of long ties to Montclair, college

Schools in New York City would have loved to partner with Sony on a project to bring its latest state-of-the-art media technology into the classroom. Sony officials, however, knew there was no reason to look...

TCNJ’s Gitenstein turns racially charged moment into positive step

While The College of New Jersey is located in Ewing and got its start in Trenton, school officials recently learned they weren’t doing enough to help members of those communities enroll at TCNJ —...

2 N.J. high schools among 50 in U.S. to win Blue Ribbon designation

Two New Jersey high schools were honored as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education, a prestigious award given to just 50 high schools nationally. Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft (Monmouth County)...

Rutgers-Camden opens $62.5M Nursing and Science building

Camden’s growing reputation as an “eds and meds” center in the state got another big boost this week with the dedication of Rutgers-Camden’s $62.5 million Nursing and Science building. University officials feel the 107,000-square-foot building,...

FDU holds presidential inauguration for Capuano

Fairleigh Dickinson University inaugurated its eighth president, Christopher A. Capuano, on Wednesday at the Florham Campus in Madison. The university said more than 1,000 people attended the ceremony, which included an address from medical technology...

Montclair State: Comms school, with latest Sony tech, will be best in U.S.

When Montclair State University cuts the ribbon on its new building for the School of Communications and Media on Tuesday morning, Keith Strudler feels the program will take a new place in university rankings. In...

Christie, pushing to keep Jersey kids in state, helps open NJIT center

The New Jersey Institute of Technology cut the ribbon on its $19 million Life Sciences and Engineering Center on Thursday morning. And Gov. Chris Christie made it perfectly clear who it is for: the students...

Hudson CC opens state-of-the-art, 70K sq.ft. STEM building

STEM education in Hudson County got a big boost Tuesday with the ribbon-cutting to open a $25.9 million, 70,070-square-foot building on the Jersey City campus of Hudson County Community College. The new STEM facility consolidates...

Rutgers Business School team wins $1M ‘Nobel Prize for students’

A Rutgers Business School team’s transportation plan to return dignity to millions of refugees garnered it the $1 million Hult Prize for social entrepreneurship this weekend. The prize is often referred to as the Nobel...

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