Dec 17, 2021

Stockton earns Doctoral/Professional Carnegie classification

The new 2021 update recognizes three programs: Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Physical Therapy and the Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership, which increased the number of doctoral programs to earn the designation.

Stevens auditorium by Jim Henderson.
Dec 17, 2021

Stevens to require COVID-19 boosters for students, staff by March 31

"The booster vaccine is important as public health experts are beginning to see reduced protection from the initial doses of the COVID-19 vaccines. Experts are confident that booster shots will increase immune response and provide further protection against the virus, preventing severe illness and hospitalizations," the school said.

Seton Hall University
Dec 15, 2021

Archer & Greiner establishes diversity scholarship at Seton Hall law school

According to the American Bar Association’s 2020 Profile of the Legal Profession, 86% of lawyers are non-Hispanic white people, while only 60% of the nation's population are non-Hispanic white people. And, while 13.4% of the U.S. population is Black, only 5% of all lawyers are Black, a percentage that hasn't changed in 10 years ago.

Rowan University.
Dec 10, 2021

Rowan to offer television studies program named for longtime donor

According to Kim Akass, a professor in the school's Radio, Television & Film department, the offering is the only one of its kind in the nation.

Aerial rendering of Princeton Lake Campus Graduate Student Housing.
Dec 8, 2021

Princeton University officials break ground on 400-acre campus

Once completed in 2025, the development will include housing for 600 postdoctoral researchers and graduate students, as well as athletic facilities and a parking garage temperature-controlled by a new geo-exchange facility using underground thermal energy rather than electricity.

Stockton's maple sugaring program received another $500,000 USDA grant this season.
Dec 6, 2021

Stockton gets second $500K maple syrup grant

The new award is earmarked for “production hubs” in South Jersey counties and Philadelphia, each of which will receive equipment to collect sap and produce syrup, as well as consulting to set up the operations.

Nov 23, 2021

NJCU forges partnership with top Israeli sea port

The school and the harbor plan to collaborate on opportunities that will advance innovation, economic development and international education.

Mercer County Community College in West Windsor
Nov 22, 2021

Presidential search begins for MCCC

The Mercer County Community College board of trustees has begun looking for the school's seventh president, following Jianping Wang’s decision to retire next summer.

Nov 19, 2021

Rider names veterans’ center for alumnus who earned three degrees

The Dr. Eugene Marsh Center for Veterans and Military Affairs is the first space at the University to be named for a Black graduate.

Medical Concept - Doctor working in hospital with computer and writing paperwork illustrated with medical icons pop up from doctors hand about healthcare pharmacy business and doctoral education.
Nov 18, 2021

RU names first vice chancellor for population health

The new hire from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center will lead the Rutgers-RWJBarnabas Health Consortium of Population Health, and seek to build those efforts across Rutgers Health, RWJBarnabas and University Hospital in Newark.

Nov 17, 2021

Newark nonprofit launches ‘hybrid college’ with SNHU

“At Gateway U our mission is to catalyze socio-economic mobility through an affordable and accessible college experience," said Saymah Nah, the school's executive directo

Centenary University Assistant Professor of Business and Director of Enactus Linda Poisseroux, Ph.D., and current members of the Enactus team display the University’s first patent.
Nov 16, 2021

Centenary University earns first patent for wearable device to detect drowsiness

The school's competitive business team Enactus has been working on the technology since 2016.