Whether buying into the entrepreneurial life or starting a business from the ground up, it's important to tap into helpful resources at an early, formative point in a company's growth track.
New Jersey colleges are creating new degrees in response to emerging needs of businesses, especially in technology fields.
The Council of Independent Colleges has awarded a $13,000 grant to Centenary University to fund intergenerational programs that link college students with older adults in the community.
New Jersey will begin scaling down how much it relies on the controversial PARCC standardized testing, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday.
James Sessions credits a local nonprofit for equipping him with occupational skills that paved the way for career success.
Rowan University is using a heavy vehicle simulator to replicate the effects of motor vehicles on asphalt in a project aimed at helping transportation officials design better roads.
Former Rowan University President Donald Farish died Thursday of an illness at a hospital in Boston. He was 75.
Rutgers University has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $464,412 for research into how to improve the efficiency of communications algorithms.
The New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce & Economic Development works to connect workers seeking skills training with programs available through New Jersey’s community colleges.
From “Wizard of Menlo Park” Thomas Edison to more recent business creators such as Def Jam Re-cordings co-founder and former Saddle River resident Russell Simmons, New Jerseyans have set the bar in entrepreneurship.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded almost $2.6 million to the Rutgers University School of Engineering’s Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation for research into safer road construction.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology saw its undergraduate applications rate increase by 12 percent between 2017 and 2018.