With the current emphasis on the STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — it may be heartening to see two New Jersey universities listed among the nation's top science research schools.Read More »
Montclair State University announced Monday that its School of Business will have a new dean, starting this summer.Read More »
A ranking of colleges you can expect see a return on investment from 20 years after graduation named seven New Jersey schools in the Top 200, with Stevens Institute of Technology reaching an unprecedented No. 3 overall on the list.Read More »
JPMorgan Chase on Friday announced a $300,000 grant to the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s New Jersey Innovation Institute that will help health care technology entrepreneurs launch new products and services.Read More »
The Burlington County College board of trustees announced Thursday that it has appointed Paul Drayton Jr. president of the school.Read More »
Kean University had to issue a giant “mea culpa” to nearly 3,000 applicants and non-applicants who erroneously received acceptance letters on Tuesday. Within a half-hour, the university followed up the email with a second note stating the first was “sent in error.”Read More »
Rutgers University has completely redesigned its Business Portal, a website designed by the university's Corporate Engagement Team and industry leaders to help serve New Jersey's business community.Read More »
Chris Molloy has been connected to the Rutgers community in one way or another pretty much ever since he set foot on campus as a freshman in the fall of 1972.Read More »
When an Italian retail company wanted to send an employee to the U.S. to oversee the rollout of a few new locations in the New Jersey region, it was assumed there wouldn't be much of a hassle.Read More »
Taking the reins Deloitte taps N.J. residents for CEO, chairman posts while making history in the process
Deloitte LLP has long had deep New Jersey ties, despite being based across the Hudson River.
Those ties have just grown deeper — in the most historic of ways.