Nalini Agarwal, vice president, Pure Indian Foods, filling jars with ghee.
Feb 23, 2022

Rutgers Food Innovation Center to close Piscataway location

While the Central Jersey outpost is home to eight food companies that use the space to manufacture their products, Executive Director Nolan Lewin explained that Rutgers University doesn't own the building and chose not to renew the lease.

Feb 23, 2022

NJCU Institute for Dispute Resolution to host pitch competition

New Jersey City University is partnering with Hoboken's Mission 50 on the inaugural event, which will garner the winner $5,000 to launch their business idea.

Child care
Feb 22, 2022

Groups call for new NJ child tax credit

The goal of the state-run $100 million proposal is to help families move out of poverty, and get many of them into the workforce.

Mercer County Community College in West Windsor
Feb 22, 2022

MCCC names finalists for presidential post

Meet the final four – narrowed down from more than 60 applicants – who will make their way to the West Windsor campus next month for public forums.

Rutgers New Brunswick
Feb 21, 2022

Rutgers to offer free, discounted tuition for thousands of students

The Scarlet Guarantee is expected to benefit upwards of 7,600 first- and second-year students, or 20% of the undergraduate student body.

Feb 18, 2022

Girl Scouts of Northern NJ names Kenoff president and CEO

The new leader joined the organizations’s executive team in 2018 as chief development and communications officer.

Scenery from The College of New Jersey campus in Ewing Township.
Feb 17, 2022

The College of New Jersey launches tract to study national health issues

The new concentration, which officials said has been in the works for 24 years, is available to undergraduates enrolled full time.

New Jersey City University campus in Jersey City.
Feb 16, 2022

NJCU’s Guarini Institute to host NY Fed president Friday

John Williams' virtual stop at New Jersey City University is his last on a regional tour. The free conversation will explore the state of the U.S. economy, monetary policy and the North Jersey region's economic outlook.

Feb 16, 2022

Lively McCabe Entertainment acquires Montvale theater company

The Ridgewood-based global theatrical production company has taken on Broadway Theater Workshops, a year-round training company that works with children.

Feb 15, 2022

Seton Hall president gives $500K to university

“If we’re asking people to give to Seton Hall, we need to show that we believe in Seton Hall and its people, 100%," Joseph Nyre's wife Kelli said.

Rutgers MBA students Nicholas Felli, Thomas Parker, Neil Gajjar and Joseph Russomanno with Doug Miller, associate dean for MBA programs (center). The team won first place at the Tepper School of Business International Case Competition at Carnegie Mellon University in February 2022.
Feb 8, 2022

Rutgers MBA team wins international case competition

The exercise asked students to identify how a business in the tech sector could navigate a real-world issue.

Feb 7, 2022

Warren Community College’s new Embry-Riddle partnership takes flight

The agreement gives students the ability to seamlessly transfer to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the world's largest university specializing in aviation and aerospace, and adds cooperation in flight training and equipment sharing as well as more research and grant opportunities.