Two N.J. colleges among best for online education, U.S. News says
A pair of New Jersey colleges made U.S. News & World Report's list of Best Colleges for Online Bachelor's Degree Programs nationwide.
Berkeley College names parent corporation’s CFO as its new president
Berkeley College's board of trustees announced Tuesday the appointment of a new president.
NJCU signs new waterfront lease for School of Business
Apparently, when New Jersey City University President Sue Henderson told NJBIZ in the recent Interview Issue to “expect big things” from the university, she wasn't kidding. On Tuesday, the school announced the leasing of a property that will house the NJCU School of Business.
N.J. voters favor Clinton over Christie by double-digit margin, poll says
According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads Gov. Chris Christie by a double-digit margin among registered New Jersey voters in a hypothetical 2016 presidential matchup.
The transformer Henderson is changing the culture and the campus at NJCU
In her first year as president of New Jersey City University, former high school math teacher Sue Henderson raised the average SAT score of incoming freshmen by 71 points, created partnerships with local high schools to better prepare Jersey City's teenagers for college and expanded the faculty by hiring 16 new professors.
Technical colleges’ parent names new EVP, CFO
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation, the parent company of Lincoln College of Technology and other post-secondary education institutions, announced Thursday that Brian Meyers has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Which N.J. college is nation’s best value? You might not believe it
Kiplinger Personal Finance has announced its top 300 public and private colleges in terms of value, and while seven total institutions in New Jersey found themselves on the list, one in particular found itself at No. 1 overall.
Henry Rowan donates 15M to university’s College of Engineering
Henry Rowan, philanthropist and engineer, has donated $15 million to Rowan University's college of engineering, the college's president, Ali Houshmand, announced Wednesday.
Merck donates lab equipment to Stevens Institute
Merck, the Whitehouse Station-based international pharmaceutical company, has donated a collection of laboratory equipment to Stevens Institute of Technology to establish a new biophysical chemistry laboratory within the biotechnology and drug discovery laboratory.
Stockton College announces formal 18M purchase of Showboat
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey on Friday announced that it has formally purchased the shuttered Showboat Atlantic City for $18 million from Caesars Entertainment.
Rutgers Business School becomes first in nation to reach important gender milestone
Sharon Lydon, executive director of the Rutgers Business School, parses no words about the underrepresentation of women in business.
Wall transportation company awarded fleet contract in Missouri
Student Transportation Inc., a Wall-based provider of school transportation services, announced Tuesday that its subsidiary, Student Transportation of America Inc., has been awarded a new contract with Columbia Public Schools in Columbia, Missouri.