John Mackey, Michael Dell, Richard Branson and countless other entrepreneurial all-stars achieved great success without advanced degrees. In fact, these three did it without so much as a bachelor's degree.Read More »
Strategist, psychologist, confidant, corporate spy? The definition of an executive coach can be elusive. So, NJBIZ reached out to Bob Polster of the Bernardsville-based executive coaching firm Morris and Polster to find out why executives hire coaches.Read More »
While investment bankers, accountants and tech experts are trained to forecast, reconcile and innovate, Corinne Zupko's job is to retrain them to live in the moment.Read More »
It's no secret: New Jersey has a student retention issue.
In fact, nearly half of New Jersey's high school graduates are leaving state to pursue higher education.
The interim senior vice president and general counsel of Rutgers University has joined a New York law firm, it announced Wednesday.Read More »
A university in Grenada recently awarded $100,000 in total grants to hospitals in New Jersey and is adding another $50,000 with its grant to Barnabas Health.Read More »
At an event Tuesday at Audible's headquarters in Newark, Choose New Jersey announced the launch of pilot programs for its new Smart Students initiative.Read More »
The National Academy of Inventors announced its fellows for the 2015 calendar year earlier this month. The list of 168 featured seven faculty from four different New Jersey institutes for higher learning.Read More »
Danielle Lindner was just another parent in 2007, concerned about the education her child was receiving at her preschool. She just decided to do something it.Read More »
SCHOOL OF THOUGHT A. Gabriel Esteban has Seton Hall University growing in size and stature … and he’s just getting started
Seton Hall University President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban knows about all the issues facing higher education institutions today.Read More »