Wall school bus company wins 6M contract from Colorado district
Wall-based school transportation company Student Transportation Inc. announced Wednesday that a subsidiary has been awarded a $6 million annual contract with a school district in Colorado.
Graves was N.J. architectural icon
The renowned director of a Princeton-based architecture firm, Michael Graves, died Thursday at age 80.
Rutgers School of Nursing jumps into nation’s Top 25 in latest ranking
The Rutgers School of Nursing has risen to No. 25 in the U.S. News and World Report ranking of graduate nursing programs, up from 79 in 2011, a jump that reflects last year's integration into Rutgers of the nursing school of the former University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Two N.J. colleges rank among best for undergraduate science research
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.
Montclair State tabs Concordia official to be School of Business dean
Montclair State University announced Monday that its School of Business will have a new dean, starting this summer.
N.J. university named No. 3 nationally for return on investment seven make Top 200
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.
NJIT N.J. Innovation Institute receives 300K grant from JPMorgan Chase
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.
Burlington County administrator appointed president of Burlington County College
The Burlington County College board of trustees announced Thursday that it has appointed Paul Drayton Jr. president of the school.
Berkeley College launching MBA program this fall
Berkeley College announced Tuesday that it will offer its first master's degree program — a Master of Business Administration in Management — just in time for fall semester to start in September 2015.
The keys to benefiting from your offerings
If you're a business owner, navigating the world of benefits can be as daunting as it is critical to attracting and retaining employees.
Kean University sends faulty acceptance letters
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.”
Rutgers launches redesigned website that helps businesses engage with university
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.