The appointment complements ongoing efforts to grow and scale New Jersey Innovation Institute, an NJIT corporation, which appointed a new president, Michael Johnson, earlier in the fall.
“As Dr. [Angelica] Allen-McMillan has announced her retirement at the end of January, I want to take this opportunity to thank her for her service to the people of New Jersey and wish her nothing but the best in her next chapter," Gov. Phil Murphy said.
As vice president for information technology and chief information officer, Daren Hubbard will be responsible for leading a team of 300 and for overseeing the restructuring of the Office of Information Technology.
A new website centralizes information for the state's higher education learners on non-tuition costs, including housing, food, transportation, child care and more, while also providing an overview of eligibility and the processes for seeking assistance.
County College of Morris President Tony Iacono discusses the school's efforts in workforce development and the state of higher education.
“This extraordinary gift from Tommy Frist has enabled us to reimagine the University health facility as a place of welcome that offers a comprehensive approach to student health and well-being,” university President Christopher Eisgruber said.
An eight-week course taught by industry experts and a first-of-its-kind in-state opportunity in a growing sector were both announced at the start of November.
Slated to open in 2025, the facility's mission will revolve around advancing gender equity through direct representation, impact litigation and legislative work and educating a new generation of students to continue the fight of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The effort between Rowan College of South Jersey, the Schools of Neurodiversity at the Gloucester County Special Services School District, Rowan University and its medical schools, as well as the governments of Gloucester and Cumberland counties, will include housing for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The program from the Stillman School of Business will include in-person or remote learning opportunities for recent graduates, as well as experienced professionals, looking to enhance their knowledge in the evolving field in areas including: data analytics, business intelligence, and database management and enterprise systems,
"[O]ur two institutions remain committed to building a sustainable, entrepreneurial, and trusted relationship in order to do all that we can for New Jersey's residents, communities, and employers," said Ramapo College President Cindy Jebb.
County College of Morris' new 70,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Center for Health Professions is expected to break ground in about 10 months and take about a year to construct.