Rider University's board of trustees on Thursday named the school's new president, who will succeed the retiring Mordechai Rozanski.Read More »
GZA GeoEnvironmental might be based in Massachusetts, but company executives left it up to its branch offices to decide how they would celebrate the consulting firm's 50th anniversary.Read More »
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The Google Development Group of North Jersey has been selected as one of two locations in the nation, and one of 12 locations worldwide, for Google’s Solve for X event.Read More »
Best Value Schools has released its “30 Best Online Colleges 2014” rankings, and one of New Jersey's nontraditional schools made the cut.Read More »
The Rutgers Business School's Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development announced Tuesday its inaugural Entrepreneurship Awards.Read More »
Richard Stockton College will acquire the shuttered Showboat Casino Hotel from Caesars Entertainment with plans to repurpose the Atlantic City property as a branch campus, the school and the gaming giant announced Tuesday.Read More »
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick will have a new dean with the new year, it announced Tuesday.Read More »
College can be an important part of a veteran's post-military life, and more and more colleges are recognizing that a portion of their student body has taken this nontraditional route to higher education. As a result, more and more are also going out of their way to ease the transition for former servicemen and -women.Read More »
IT services firm High Point Solutions has launched a new sports and entertainment practice, tapping a former Barclays Center executive to oversee the expansion.Read More »