The Eldredge Building, which has stood for nearly a century, is being dismantled to make way for a 135,000-square-foot, six-story, 416-bed apartment-style student housing building for the school's Atlantic City campus.
If the school’s trustees approve, Jonathan G.S. Koppell would be the ninth MSU president to serve after longtime president Susan Cole announced last September that she would retire effective July this year.
Students will be connected with the Massachusetts-based nonprofit's Business Sustainability Internship Program, providing the tools necessary to develop strong communication and professional skills, and the ability to create practical, sustainable business solutions.
The program is geared toward Schreyer Honors College students from underrepresented communities with the goal of providing unique, hands-on experience working in a law firm.
Angela Kariotis joins from Seton Hall, where she was co-director of the Diversity Coalition of Center for Faculty Development.
Uchenna Baker will serve on the president’s cabinet and report directly to the recently appointed senior vice president for university operations, Robert Pignatello.
Following a national search, Michael Zwick was selected to take over for Kathleen Scotto who has served in the role on an interim basis since David Kimball’s retirement from the position on April 1.
“This agreement marks the beginning of a promising partnership that opens dynamic new opportunities for our hardworking and high-achieving students with one of the world’s leading developers of renewable energy projects,” NJIT President Joel Bloom said.
With more than 20 years of higher education experience, most recently serving as president of advancement at Alfred University, Jason Amore will take his post at the Madison-based school effective August 1.
Five doctoral candidates were chosen for the program, which supports candidates from underrepresented backgrounds.
The Profeta Real Estate Center will establish new undergraduate, graduate and MBA programs; provide certificate and non-credit training; organize and host conferences, symposia and workshops; and conduct cutting-edge research related to the changing ways in which the industry is built, traded, used and managed.
Angel Gonzalez was selected after an extensive national search that included input from faculty, staff, students and board members. According to the school, he will be a critical addition to New Jersey City University's senior leadership team and will provide transformative leadership to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion as part of its core mission.