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Nynens exits NJII

University President Teik Lim announced the CEO's decision to the NJIT community in a message highlighting Simon Nynens' achievements and detailing next steps for the New Jersey Innovation Institute.

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Student debt

New law aims to limit high costs of NJ’s post-secondary training programs

Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo said the law allows the state to "protect the thousands of people seeking training to advance their careers and, at the same time, the hundreds of training providers that play by the rules and prepare their students for work without taking advantage of them. No one should have to borrow so much for career training that they can’t afford to pay it back once they are working at the job they prepared for.”

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Ocean Wind 1 funds fisheries monitoring program

The state's first offshore wind project announced a $13 million investment to collaborate with Rutgers University, Monmouth University and Delaware State University on the effort, including for a first-of-its-kind study in the sector that involves extracting genetic materials from the ocean to determine whether the development of turbines and infrastructure has an impact on aquatic populations.

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Harvey Kesselman, president, Stockton University

Stockton President Kesselman to retire in 2023

“More than 50 years ago, I made a life-changing decision," said Harvey Kesselman, a member of the first class at what was then Stockton State College in 1971, who went on to become a faculty member, administrator and eventually leader of the South Jersey university. "A decision to explore something new and different, something with promise and possibility, something I knew would be challenging but also transformative. It has proven to be one of the best decisions of my life."

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