Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno joined representatives from NJIT for the event and praised the possibilities the new facility represented for the institute’s students and businesses in the state. “Today, we break ground on a site that will host new collaborations and help NJIT continue its incredible research into innovations that sound right out of fiction ...Read More »
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick will study the effect of this new vaccine, PANVAC, alongside current treatments. Currently, high grade non-muscle invasive bladder cancer is treated with bacillus Calmette-Guerin, or BCG. BCG is a liquid delivered into the bladder through a catheter, which is then removed, leaving the medicine inside the ...Read More »
It all started with a trip to Tel-Hai in Israel. That’s where Lou Cooperhouse, director of Rutgers University’s Food Innovation Center, was speaking at a conference on healthy foods and the model of business incubators when he made an important contact.Read More »
On Friday, Representatives from Rutgers, Israel's Tel-Hai College and its Economic Development Taskforce, Choose NJ and the New Jersey state government gathered at the new facility for Rutgers' New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition & Health.Read More »
Montclair State’s new Feliciano School of Business taking innovative approaches with new technologies
Kevin Ademu-John had one major requirement when he was looking for a place to play college football two years ago: a university that placed a premium on its business school.Read More »
Business thrives when you talk the talk Language Directions helps companies better interact with multicultural workforce
Sharlene Vichness had only been retired two months before she started to feel restless.
“I just hated the lack of structure,” she said.
After long careers in teaching French and Spanish, staffing services and legal publishing, Vichness needed to find something else to do with her time.
A new report lays blame largely on Stockton University's former president in the school's ill-fated purchase of Showboat Casino Hotel in Atlantic City last year, citing his “haste to obtain approval of the deal” and failure to tell the board of trustees about legal hurdles that ultimately derailed plans to convert the gaming hall to a...Read More »
More than a hundred representatives of students, staff, administration, government and private supporters gathered in the atrium of Montclair State University's Feliciano School of Business on Thursday to cut the ribbon on the new 143,000-square-foot building.Read More »