Forget living here for a long time: Anyone who has ever even considered possibly being interested in maybe moving to New Jersey knows that finding a good school district that is also affordable can sometimes seem impossible.Read More »
Jersey City, Liberty Science Center developing sci-tech center that could cost 230M, create hundreds of jobs
Jersey City officials and the Liberty Science Center have unveiled plans to develop a new science and technology center on the land surrounding the attraction, complete with incubator space, a hotel and a host of other business facilities.Read More »
Rutgers University's recent announcement puts a giant stake in the ground regarding what is possible for the college's fundraising campaigns. At the end of a seven-and-a-half-year push, the university surpassed its fundraising goal of $1 billion by 3.7 percent.Read More »
If you live in New Jersey, you finally have something to cheer about.Read More »
On a stage with Seton Hall President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, Roche Vice President Tom Lyon, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Hackensack University Health Network CEO Robert C. Garrett tried to sum up the significance of the announcement.Read More »
The first inkling of what would become one of the biggest and most surprising development deals in recent New Jersey history started innocently enough. And seemingly without much chance for success.
At a social gathering.
On Thursday, Hackensack University Health Network and Seton Hall University formally announced their plans to start the state's first four-year, private medical school on the campus of the former Roche headquarters in Nutley and Clifton.Read More »
Health care experts statewide welcomed the news that New Jersey is on track to get a new medical schools. Here's what they had to say...Read More »
Dr. Paul Katz is the dean of New Jersey's newest medical school, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in Camden, which will graduate its first class of 48 doctors in 2016.Read More »
Hackensack University Health Network and Seton Hall University will announce Thursday that they have signed a memorandum of understanding to start a private four-year school of medicine to be located on the campus of the former Roche headquarters in North Jersey.Read More »