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...

At Stevens, Carnegie Corp. award for president comes with $500K grant

Stevens Institute of Technology President Nariman Farvardin was one of seven college and university presidents selected by Carnegie Corp. of New York to receive the 2017 Academic Leadership Award, in recognition of exceptional leadership...

8 N.J. colleges make prestigious U.S. News list (Princeton is No. 1 again)

Princeton is No. 1 … again. Princeton University topped the all-important U.S. News & World Report college rankings for the seventh straight year. The rankings, which were released Tuesday morning, included eight schools from New Jersey,...

Financing for New Brunswick PAC is complete — and we’ve got the details

Chris Paladino sums it up this way: New Brunswick’s ability to land a state-of-the-art $171.8 million performing arts center — one of the biggest public-private partnership deals in state history — is aided by...

Rowan College at Burlington’s president on unexpected leave

The president of Rowan College at Burlington County has taken an unexpected leave. The board of trustees approved paid administrative leave for President Paul Drayton at a special Aug. 30 meeting. Details about the move were...

Student Transportation to manage operations for college vendor

Student Transportation Inc. increased its service to higher education. The Wall-based company's light Managed Services Group has contracted with affiliates of The Scion Group to manage the transportation system and fleet operations at several student...

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ShopRite-anchored retail center in Sewell is sold

A retail center anchored by a ShopRite has sold in Sewell, according to JLL Capital Markets. Mill Pond Village, a 94,550-square-foot, two-building center at 380...

Provident Bank signs leases for administrative HQ, ops center in Woodbridge

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged two long-term leases on behalf of Provident Bank for office space in Woodbridge, it announced Wednesday. The bank will...

Rutgers survey finds small businesses are adapting to pandemic, but fear for future

A new survey by Rutgers University has found that small businesses are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will continue to need help in...

Integra wraps up $300M+ deal for ACell

Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp., the Princeton-based medical technology company, has completed its previously announced, $300 million-plus acquisition of ACell Inc., it announced Wednesday. Read more...