Rutgers University has received $184,659 to fund research into cancer biology from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Dr. Mary Ellen Caro, vice president of Enrollment Management and Learner Services at Thomas Edison State University in Trenton, has been named president and CEO of Peirce College in Philadelphia, effective April 16.
Barry Rabner, CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health, has joined Rider University's Board of Trustees.
NJEdge and Amazon Web Services have formed an alliance to offer lower-cost cloud computing to benefit universities, businesses and others.
Diagnostic-info provider Quest Diagnostics and Rutgers University–New Brunswick have created Quest Diagnostics Sports Science Lab in the Rutgers Center for Health & Human Performance.
The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development at Rutgers University has launched the Black and Latino Urban Entrepreneurship Retail Acceleration Program.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology has appointed three new members to its board of trustees, including two alumni.
Seton Hall University senior Andrew Hustick has seen some quick rewards from his work in the Gerald P. Buccino ’63 Center for Leadership Development.
In recent years it’s been New Jersey that has suffered the nation’s largest exodus of college-bound youth, according to a study by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, and that’s prompting broad concern more needs to be done to retain the state’s brightest young people.
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., D-6th District, announced three research grants for Rutgers University totaling almost $800,000 to fund research into breast cancer, sleep and metabolism diseases, and liver fibrosis.
Rider University trustees have signed a non-binding term sheet with Beijing Kaiwen Education Technology Co. -- operator of K-12 academies in Beijing – for the sale of Rider’s Westminster Choir College, Westminster Conservatory of Music and Westminster Continuing Education.