Russo finds NJIT is the place to be for Endomedix
Four years ago, Endomedix CEO Richard Russo recognized Stony Brook University was not meeting his company's needs when it came to facilities and experienced professors.
Small school, big results Caldwell, bucking national trend, is growing in size, stature
When Dr. Nancy Blattner first became president of Caldwell College in 2009, she took her cause to the streets. Or, in this case, to the dorms.
At Rutgers event, speakers focus on links between business, academia and Newark
Nancy Cantor jokes that she is still “the new kid on the block in Newark,” even if it's been seven months since she took over as chancellor of Rutgers University's campus there.
Jersey City planners approve Saint Peter’s University’s McGinley Square tower
Planning officials in Jersey City have approved the 21-story tower aimed at transforming the historic McGinley Square neighborhood that Saint Peter's University calls home.
Stevens chosen by Homeland Security to study port security issues
Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken has been selected by the US Department of Homeland Security as one of 11 universities that will be conducting multidisciplinary research to create inventive learning situations for important homeland security missions.
New Jersey has educated workers, quality transportation options, and, of course, those big-ticket tax incentives, so #8230 why are companies leaving?
Quality of life. That's what Elmwood Park-based Sealed Air, a Fortune 500 manufacturer of Bubble Wrap and other packaging, cited last month as one of the main reasons it's leaving New Jersey for North Carolina.
Cognizant signs pact with Montclair State
Montclair State University has chosen Cognizant to revamp its financial system, the Teaneck-based technology company said in a news release Thursday.
Rutgers-Newark granted 3.5M to expand STEM program
Rutgers-Newark has received a $3.5 million grant to support its efforts in increasing the representation of minorities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
Anthem closing N.J. locations, affecting 163 jobs
The Anthem Institute has filed WARN notices that it will be terminating operations at all four of its New Jersey locations, including Cherry Hill, Jersey City, North Brunswick and Parsippany.
Three N.J. colleges rank in Forbes’ Top 200
Forbes has released its list of America's top colleges, and three New Jersey institutions fared well in the rankings.
Rutgers Business School to offer new ethical leadership mini-MBA
The institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School announced Thursday that it will be offering a new Mini-MBA program in Ethical Leadership.
Caldwell University gets grant from RWJ Foundation
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded a $250,000 grant to Caldwell University.