Second Annual “No Hate” Town Hall at Kean University to Explore Injustice, Poverty and Racism in New Jersey
March 14, 2018
Kean University, in collaboration with the American Conference on Diversity (ACOD), will hold a “No Hate” Town Hall at the New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics building on Kean’s campus (1075 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083) on Friday, March 16, from 4-7 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to engage with the community about current issues impacting people in New Jersey.
The public is invited along with all members of the Kean University community. Seating is limited. Please register for the free event – visit http://www.kean.edu/no-hate-town-hall. Follow the discussion on social media using #NoHateNJ.
The conference will feature a keynote by Renee Wolf Koubiadis, LSW, who will discuss the key findings from the Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey’s recent report The Uncomfortable Truth: Racism, Injustice and Poverty in New Jersey, highlighting the intersectionality of poverty and structural racism. Read more.
March 9, 2018
Dr. Richard J. Helldobler, interim president of Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois, has been appointed the eighth president of William Paterson University in Wayne after a nationwide search. His appointment is effective July 1, 2018.
"Dr. Helldobler's career has been committed to public higher education and to the academic and personal achievements of students," says Fred Gruel, chair of the William Paterson University Board of Trustees. "As we learned from his visit with us, he has a strong background as an academician, having served as a faculty member, dean, academic vice president, and president, and we are delighted that he will be bringing his expertise and leadership to William Paterson University.
"I am truly honored to be joining the William Paterson community as its next president. I look forward to working with the students, faculty, and staff as we continue to strengthen the academic legacy of William Paterson University by educating the next generation of leaders in New Jersey, the region, and the nation," said Dr. Helldobler. "My visit to William Paterson certainly proved it is a very special place, and I am sure my admiration for the institution will only deepen as we get to know each other better, and together continue the great work currently taking place at the University."
Dr. Helldobler has served as interim president at Northeastern Illinois University since July 2016. Under his leadership, Northeastern Illinois completed a successful capital campaign, the College of Business and Management earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and Northeastern's Higher Learning Commission's accreditation was reaffirmed for a ten-year period. Prior to his appointment as president, he served as provost and vice president for academic affairs, overseeing all matters related to academics, including the oversight of four colleges, the library, admissions, recruitment, and other areas. Read more.
William Paterson University Graduation Will Feature Keynote Address from WCBS-TV Anchor Kristine Johnson
March 7, 2018
Kristine Johnson, an anchor for WCBS-TV in New York, will give the keynote address at William Paterson University’s 2018 undergraduate commencement ceremony on Friday, May 18, 9 a.m. at the Prudential Center in Newark. Ms. Johnson also will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters degree. Also, being honored is Dr. Henry Pruitt, William Paterson University (WPU) trustee emeritus, who served on the WPU board for 33 years.
“Kristine Johnson is an exemplary role model for our students,” says President Kathleen Waldron. “She has not only demonstrated excellence in her field, anchoring coverage of many major news events, but also demonstrated her dedication to civic engagement, a core value on our campus, as witnessed by her role as the moderator for two New Jersey gubernatorial debates held at William Paterson University. We are delighted that she will speak to our graduates about the importance of taking an active role in public discourse, which is critical in today’s society.”
Emeritus Trustee Dr. Henry Pruitt, who retired from the Board of Trustees in June 2017 after 33 years of service, will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters degree at the ceremony. Dr. Pruitt, the longest serving board member in the University’s modern history, served as chair of the board from 1991 to 1993. Read more here.
NJCU New Jersey 50 Index Issues an Economic Report Card
March 6, 2018
The NJCU New Jersey 50 Index released its first quarterly report today, an economic report card that tracks the Garden State’s top 50 companies. It provides those in the financial world, researchers, journalists, and students with a barometer of the New Jersey economy. The quarterly report shows several bright spots as the year begins.
Developed in December 2017 by the NJCU School of Business in partnership with Standard & Poor’s, the NJCU New Jersey 50 Index is available under the ticker NJCU50PR. The index is a reference and perspective point as it focuses on New Jersey vs. the Dow Jones Industrial Average (30 diverse stocks) and the S&P 500. It lists the top 50 companies that are headquartered in New Jersey and listed on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ. Link to the NJCU New Jersey 50 Index at S&P.
The NJCU New Jersey 50 Index will be rebalanced on a quarterly basis, and the University will note any additions or deletions from organizations comprising the Index. Read more here.
March 6, 2018
William Paterson University’s WP 88.7 FM was named “Best College Radio Station” (among institutions with more than 10,000 students) for the fourth time in seven years among its five first place awards and the television station WPTV-6 won three first place awards at the national Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) award ceremony this past weekend.
Nearly 900 students from more than 150 colleges/universities were present at the awards ceremony held at the annual IBS Conference from March 2 to 4, 2018 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City.
“I’m absolutely thrilled that WP 88.7 FM is maintaining its reputation as the best station in the nation and that we won eight first place awards for our radio and TV stations,” says Brave New Radio general manager Rob Quicke, chair and professor of communication. “I congratulate all our students for putting their passion and talent into these stations.” Read more here.
March 1, 2018
What role did social media play in engaging tourists at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and what impact will their perceptions play in the future recommendations of the country as a tourist destination? Those were among the questions that William Paterson communication professor Kyung-Hyan “Angie” Yoo explored as part of a research project that took her to South Korea during this year’s XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
Dr. Yoo, a specialist in the use of digital communication and social media, traveled to South Korea where she surveyed Korean attendees and English-speaking attendees from around the world about how they used social media channels, including official Olympic social media platforms, prior to, during, and after the Olympics. She also explored how much social media communication influenced the visitors’ perceived image of the Olympics and the host city, their choice of event activities, accommodations, and restaurants, and their behavioral intentions – For example, would they recommend South Korea as a travel destination for family and friends.
Professor Yoo is collaborating on the project with Byung Cheol Lee, an associate professor at Kyonggi University in South Korea, and Agnis Stibe, a professor at Paris ESLSCA Business School and a postdoctoral associate at MIT Media Lab.
“Event-induced tourism has been growing fast in recent decades, and social media platforms have emerged as a dominant online marketing communication channel for mega-events such as the Olympics,” said Dr. Yoo. “However, there is a lack of empirical data on social media use by tourists and its impact on their perceptions and decision-making. The field is changing every moment, and this information will give both scholars and practitioners information about real-time social media use at an international sports event.”
A Conversation with NJ Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker, Chair of the Assembly Science, Innovation, and Technology Committee
February 23, 2018
The NJ Assembly Science, Innovation and Technology Committee, the Assembly’s newest standing committee, is routinely referred to as the STEM committee. Its chair – Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker (D-16) – sees the new committee as having the potential for being the root, stem and blossom for New Jersey’s future. The higher education institutions of New Jersey, according to Chair Zwicker, are key contributors of the flowering of the STEM initiatives and successful innovation projects in the state.
After the committee’s inaugural meeting in January, Assemblyman Zwicker, who is a physicist and head of science education at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), said the following:
“I want to thank everyone who testified today and offered invaluable insight into what New Jersey must do to foster innovation. Today was a great start on what I’m convinced will be exciting work by this new committee.
“Our science and innovation ecosystem is a vital source for jobs and economic development throughout New Jersey, but as we heard today, we must find ways to enable New Jersey to take advantage of its location and talent. We cannot rest on our legacy and allow other states and the rest of the world to outpace us when it comes to science, innovation and technology.
“We have to put science before politics, and make smart policy decisions to create jobs and economic development to help boost our middle-class. Read more here.
NJCU and Jersey City – Perfect Together in Ethnic Diversity and Excellence
February 23, 2018
As reported in an NJSpotlight.com article on February 14, 2018, “New Jersey is known for a lot of things, its ethnic diversity included. Moreover, it’s home to the most ethnically diverse city in the nation: Jersey City.”
That’s according to WalletHub, the personal-finance website, which has just released a report analyzing more than 500 cities in the United States for their ethno-racial diversity, linguistic diversity, and birthplace diversity.
New Jersey City University (NJCU) in Jersey City has attained the same level of ethnic distinction as its host city. US News and World Report ranks NJCU Number One among the public universities in New Jersey for ethnic diversity, as well as Number One for campus ethnic diversity for regional universities in the state.
NJCU, however, represents diversity plus – with the plus being academic excellence. NJCU is a top producer of Fulbright Scholars. Four of the five NJCU students and alumni who were named semi-finalists for Fulbright U.S. Student Awards for 2016-2017 have received the prestigious grants through the highly competitive program. Read more here.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will be the keynote speaker at Stockton University’s Spring 2018 Commencement Ceremony at 12 p.m. on May 11 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
“We are honored that Governor Murphy has accepted our invitation to speak,” Stockton President Harvey Kesselman said. “As we prepare to open our Atlantic City campus in fall 2018, we are thrilled that the Governor will be here to share our enthusiasm for the city and its future.”
Gov. Murphy was elected the 56th governor of New Jersey in November 2017. Governor Murphy’s experiences mirror those faced by many young people graduating college today. His father never graduated from high school and his mother worked as a secretary. They inspired Governor Murphy and his three siblings to pursue their educations and be active participants in civic life.
He served as New Jersey’s representative on the board of the NAACP, and Finance Chair of the Democratic National Committee. He has led national task forces on education. Governor Murphy is a graduate of Harvard University and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After retiring from Goldman Sachs, he served as U.S. Ambassador to Germany from 2009 to 2013.
This will be the second year that Stockton University has its Commencement ceremony at Boardwalk Hall. This year’s class includes almost 2,000 graduates and more than 10,000 people are expected to attend.
February 20, 2018
Kean University’s top academic leader and others are collaborating with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) D-Lab and Harvard Medical School to develop a backpack-sized portable operating room called SurgiBox that is designed to reduce the risk of infection for patients and medical practitioners operating in remote parts of the world. MIT D-Lab works with people around the world on practical solutions to global poverty challenges.
Kean Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jeffrey H. Toney, PhD, was recently named to the SurgiBox Advisory Board. With a background as a chemist and in the pharmaceutical industry, he will provide regulatory guidance to the project.
“My role is to help them get SurgiBox to the next level – clinical testing – which is required for medical devices,” said Dr. Toney. “I am also always reminding them of the importance of including students, and I am looking for new and different ways that our students can contribute to their mission and process.”
Dr. Toney’s involvement in SurgiBox has already resulted in a collaboration with Efe Kutuk, an industrial design professor in Kean University’s Robert Busch School of Design, and his student Sara Camacho. They recently traveled to Boston to review SurgiBox’s prototype and recommend design improvements.
Read more here.
February 15, 2018
New Jersey City University (NJCU) honors the memory and groundbreaking work of journalist Gil Noble during Black History Month with the announcement of plans to make accessible a collection of almost 800 interviews from “Like It Is,” WABC-TV’s Emmy Award-winning weekly public affairs series.
The longest running African-American-produced television program in the United States, WABC-TV’s weekly public affairs series “Like It Is,” gave viewers a look at local, national and international events, both current and past, from an African-American perspective. The series ran from 1967 until October 2011. Mr. Noble was named managing editor and producer of “Like It Is” in 1975. He produced and hosted the program on Sundays at noon until October 2011, when he was disabled by a stroke. Mr. Noble died on April 5, 2012 from complications caused by the stroke.
Original tapes from the “Like It Is” Collection are archived in the NJCU Lee Hagan Center for Africana Studies, located within the University’s Congressman Frank J. Guarini Library on the main campus in Jersey City. Videotapes are available for viewing on site by contacting the Hagan Center.
Mr. Noble began a close relationship with New Jersey City University in 1994, which included service as a visiting professor, a guest speaker, a moderator of debates and panel discussions, and a mentor to students. Mr. Noble also played a key role in the production of a video series for NJCU’s Human Relations Council. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by NJCU in 2003. Read more.
February 14, 2018
Bob Woodward, a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist best known for his coverage of the Watergate scandal, will speak about the importance of a free press and investigative journalism on Thursday, February 22, 2018, as part of a new distinguished lecture series at Kean University in Union.
An associate editor of The Washington Post and best-selling author, Mr. Woodward is regarded as one of the best journalists in the nation’s history and is the ideal person to launch the new lecture series, said Kean President Dawood Farahi, PhD.
“With so much economic, social and cultural change going on in our country and our world today, it is essential to engage our students and others in a dialogue about democracy,” Dr. Farahi said. “We want to bring the best minds to campus, so people can be exposed to new ideas and opinions.”
Mr. Woodward came into the national spotlight more than four decades ago when he earned his first Pulitzer Price with Carl Bernstein for their coverage of the Watergate scandal. He earned a second Pulitzer in 2002 for his coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Throughout his career, he has authored 18 national best-selling books, including All the President’s Men about the Watergate break-in and cover-up. The award-winning movie of the same name is preserved in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for its cultural and historical significance. Read more.
February 9, 2018
The William Paterson University Board of Trustees at its February 2, 2018 board meeting, adopted a resolution recognizing Michael W. Klein, JD, PhD, for his distinguished service at the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities. Read more.
The James P. Fox Memorial Fund Launches Two Initiatives to Cultivate Public Sector Careers
February 1, 2018
The James P. Fox Memorial Fund, in partnership with The College of New Jersey and Montclair State University, announces the establishment of two mentorship initiatives designed to cultivate a new generation of public sector professionals (#FoxMentors). The programs, The Jamie Fox Forum on Public Service at Montclair State University and The Jamie Fox Scholars Program at The College of New Jersey, honor the legacy of Jamie Fox, who died in February 2017 and who spent his entire career in public service.
“For Jamie, public service was a life’s calling that fueled a thriving 40-year career and spawned many important policy achievements,” said Eric Shuffler, a fund trustee. “Jamie was especially passionate about mentoring young people and encouraging careers in government service. These to programs, funded by the Fox Memorial Fund, will provide students with real-life experience and advice that will provide a foundation for more young people to seek, obtain, and succeed in public sector jobs.” Read more.
Ramapo College Board of Trustees Extends President Mercer’s Term to 2021
February 1, 2018
In a special meeting held on January 19, the Ramapo College Board of Trustees approved an amendment to President Peter P. Mercer’s Employment Agreement. The amendment extended President Mercer’s term through June 30, 2021.
“I am pleased to share that the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend President Mercer’s employment agreement through 2021. We look forward to Dr. Mercer’s continued leadership as Ramapo approaches its 50th Anniversary,” said William F. Dator, Chair of the Ramapo College Board of Trustees.
Ramapo College will celebrate its 50th year in 2019.
“With the support of the Board of Trustees over the last five years, the college has maintained the lowest average tuition increase of all senior public colleges in New Jersey. Doing so has fostered Ramapo’s ability to attract and retain an increasingly diverse student body and to continuously develop our campus and our talented faculty to ensure we provide a liberal arts education that exceeds expectations,” said President Mercer, adding “I am very proud of all that the college and our students have achieved over the past decade and I am embracing the next three years as a providential opportunity to continue that important work.”
President Mercer became Ramapo College’s fourth president on July 1, 2005. During his tenure at Ramapo, the college has been increasingly regarded as a great value and a superior institution. Ramapo College has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as among the “Best Regional Universities in the North,” and by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine as one of the “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” and was recently rated among the top 10 colleges nationwide in low student debt by Kiplinger’s. In addition, in 2017, College Choice ranked Ramapo College as the number one public college in New Jersey. Read more.
January 24, 2018
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch told some 500 students and guests at Stockton University on January 23, 2018 that it is up to the younger generation to understand and continue to uphold the ideas on which America was founded.
“The Founders gave us a republic,” he said. “It is up to each generation to keep it.”
Justice Gorsuch spoke at Stockton at a special event arranged through the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at the University. Justice Gorsuch and William J. Hughes, Jr. attended school together in their teens in Washington, DC and have remained friends for some 40 years, despite coming from politically different families. The Hughes are Democrats and the Gorsuch family is Republican.
“We have known each other since we were 14,” Ambassador Hughes said in introducing Justice Gorsuch on behalf of the center that carries on the traditions and example of service set by Ambassador Hughes.
Stockton President Harvey Kesselman said Stockton University encourages the exchange of different points of view and aims to be a leader in civil discourse. He cited Ambassador Hughes and Justice Gorsuch as examples of how two people can be close friends despite differing political backgrounds. Read more.
Ramapo College of New Jersey will be receiving a $999,408 grant to provide recovery housing and a comprehensive program for students who are recovering from drug and/or alcohol use. As the region’s premier public liberal arts college, the vision of Ramapo is to prepare its students to be successful leaders for a changing world. Thanks to this grant, the college can further enhance that commitment by providing a safe and healthy environment for students in recovery.
Dubbed the “Roadrunner Collegiate Recovery” (RCR) Program, the college will offer a comprehensive program that includes recovery housing for up to 10 residential students and additional resources to help reduce the stigma associated with the disease of addiction on its campus.
“Ramapo College prides itself on its commitment to the development of the individual student and this grant furthers that commitment,” said Dr. Peter P. Mercer, President of Ramapo College. “With access to a recovery program and recovery housing, our recovering students will find structure, direction, and self-awareness while working to maintain a balance between abstinence, academics, and healthy living.”
Providing a comprehensive recovery program will allow students to pursue their education without sacrificing their recovery efforts. RCR will include screening and intervention services, access to confidential psychological and addiction counseling services, and substance-free activities. Read more.
January 21, 2018
The first graduate sales degree in the nation, an Executive Master of Science in Sales Leadership, has been launched at William Paterson University to prepare executives to advance to strategic leadership roles that require a customer-focused perspective.
The accelerated, 11-month online and weekend program is designed to help executives meet the growing demands of business where buying decisions are increasingly analytical. The program, offered through the University’s Cotsakos College of Business in its Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales, is 65 percent online and includes six face-to-face weekend residencies with presentations from experts in academia and industry.
“In sales, there is a huge emphasis on data-driven decision making, and our master’s program will give students business acumen and a keen proficiency in analytics,” said Prabakar Kothandaraman, professor and chair in the Department of Professional Sales, and executive director of the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales. “As a result, graduates will know how to align their sales strategies with corporate strategic vision – putting themselves in high demand for greater leadership roles,” he said.
“This master’s degree in sales leadership is the latest addition to our business graduate programs at the University’s Cotsakos College of Business,” said Siamack Shojai, dean of the Cotsakos College of Business. “It is expertly designed to meet the workforce development needs of New Jersey and beyond.” Read more.
TCNJ Launches Speech Pathology and Audiology Major
January 22, 2018
The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) is launching a speech pathology and audiology undergraduate major beginning in the fall of 2018, in response to the growing global demand for speech pathologists and audiologists.
Reportedly, this need for speech pathologists and audiologists is due to increasing instances of age-related health conditions that cause speech or language impairments. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor has stated it expects employment in these fields to grow at a pace well ahead of the average for all occupations.
The four-year program will include rigorous coursework, opportunities for field observations and internships with professionals, a selection of specializations, and classes in the areas required as a prerequisite for application to competitive graduate programs.
“In addition to preparing students for graduate education in audiology and speech-language pathology, this degree can lead to careers in a variety of other fields such as health care, education, science, and public policy,” said Suzanne McCotter, dean of TCNJ’s School of Education. Read more.
December 20, 2017
Merodie A. Hancock, PhD, was unanimously elected the fourth president of Thomas Edison State University (TESU) by the institution’s board of trustees at a special board meeting today. She will take office on March 5, 2018.
“Thomas Edison State University is such a respected pillar among adult-serving institutions in the United States and has been at the forefront of offering degree pathways for busy, working adults since its inception in 1972,” said Dr. Hancock, who currently serves as president of SUNY Empire State College in New York. “I hold dear this mission, and am honored to take on the presidency of such a pivotal university.”
TESU Board Chair Brian T. Maloney said Hancock’s record of accomplishment and commitment to innovation and excellence made her an ideal choice to lead Thomas Edison State University.
“We are honored and excited to have Dr. Hancock as our new president. She has the experience, expertise and vision to lead Thomas Edison in today’s challenging marketplace,” said Mr. Maloney, who chaired the university’s presidential search committee. “Dr. Hancock has dedicated her distinguished career to expanding access to higher education for adults, including active military service members and veterans, and is a national leader in meeting the unique needs of nontraditional students.”
Read more here.
2017 Quick Takes
Stockton to Offer Educational Opportunity Fund Program at Atlantic City Campus - December 18, 2017
Legislative Office of NJ Assemblyman Dan Benson Mentors Kean University STEM Major - December 4, 2017
William Paterson University Jazz Studies Director Bill Charlap Nominated for 2017 Grammy Award - November 29, 2017
TCNJ Opens New State-of-the-Art STEM Building, Chemistry Addition, and Forum - October 13, 2017
What is a College Degree Worth? This commentary by Stockton President Harvey Kesselman appeared in the Courier-Post. October 6, 2017
William Paterson University Celebrates Preakness Hall Renovation Project - September 29, 2017
Stockton Registers a Five Percent AY 2017 Enrollment Increase Over AY 2016 - September 22, 2017
Thomas Edison Honors Its Retiring President with his Name on a New Building - September 20, 2017
Kean University Inspires Dialog on Race and Justice Through an Oral History Project - September 18, 2017
Stockton President Responds to Richard Stockton Controversy on Campus - August 28, 2017
A Little Research Reveals a Lot of Research at NJASCU Schools - July 17, 2017
Decline in Number of NJ High School Grads Seeking College Degree Should be Alarming for New Jersey Leaders - Column by Darryl Greer appeared as an op-ed in NJSpotlight.com - June 2, 2017
Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park Takes Off - May 16, 2017
Recession is Long Gone, So Where's the Money for NJ Colleges? - April 13, 2017
NJCU Launches Master's Degree in Business Analytics and Data Science - March 17, 2017
Kean University Introduces Minor in Sustainability Sciences - March 16, 2017
NJCU is Chosen for Participation in National Initiative on Student Success - February 21, 2017
Op-Ed: Deepening Our Commitment to Public Purposes of Higher Ed - Kathleen Waldron - February 16, 2017
NJCU Launches Master's Degree in Business Analytics and Data Science - February 2, 2017
Stockton University to Host First 'StockHack' on February 18-19 - January 31, 2017
Kudos to Mercer County Leaders on Educational Attainment - January 20, 2017
2016 Quick Takes
Kean University Student-Athlete Invited to Major League Soccer Scouting Event - December 21, 2016
Guest Column: The Importance of Institutional Researchers to Policymaking - Michael Klein - December 1, 2016
Stockton Students Win Honors at National Model United Nations Event in Japan - November 30, 2016
William Paterson University Jazz Series Features Alumnus Justin Kauflin - November 17, 2016
NJ Higher Education Policy Expert Questions Poll Findings About College Value - November 14, 2016
Stockton Expands Health Science Program in Ocean County - November 14, 2016
William Paterson University Has Civic Engagement in its DNA - October 6, 2016
Kean University Researchers Use Augmented Reality to Recreate Historic Event - September 27, 2016
Kean Ocean Celebrates 10 Years of a Successful Academic Partnership - September 27, 2016
Stockton University Receives Prestigious National Award for Sustainability - September 20, 2016
NJCU Launches Center for the Arts as a Creative Umbrella - September 8, 2016
Kean Psy.D. Program Gets Prestigious Accreditation - August 30, 2016
International Educator Ed Petkus is Ramapo's New Dean of Business School - August 20, 2016
The Noyes Museum of Art Becomes Part of Stockton University - August 17, 2016
Stockton MS in Communication Disorders Earns Five-Year Accreditation - August 11, 2016
Stockton Plans Art Exhibit on Economic Inequality - August 4, 2016
Stockton Receives $380,000 Federal Grant for Brain Research - August 1, 2016
Kean University to Launch Three New Master's Degree Programs - July 28, 2016
NJCU Names Interim Dean as Business School's Founding Dean - July 21, 2016
Kean University Honors 2016 Distinguished Alumni - May 9, 2016
February 16, 2016
Thomas Edison State University Launches its First Doctoral Program - January 28, 2016
Thomas Edison State College Makes the Grade - and Becomes a University - January 11, 2016
2015 Quick Takes
Update on Campus Sexual Assualt Legislation - December 29, 2015
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at NJCU's School of Business - December 2, 2015
TCNJ and Rowan Host College Affordability Study Commission Public Hearings - November 5, 2015
Design-Build Legislation is Top Priority for NJASCU - November 5, 2015
Panel Discussion on Economic Impact Features Two NJASCU Presidents - October 23, 2015
Campus Sexual Assault is Focus of Legislative Hearing - October 20, 2015