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Hackensack elder-care company creates internship for Rutgers-Newark social work students

Hackensack elder-care company creates internship for Rutgers-Newark social work students

Executive Care, which provides home care to the elderly in northern New Jersey, has begun offering internships to Rutgers-Newark social work students...

Stockton aviation park moves one step closer with lease takeover

The Stockton Aviation Research & Technology Park, an auxiliary organization of Stockton University, assumed the lease of 58 acres in Egg Harbor...

Drew drops test score requirement

Effective immediately, Drew University has made the submission of standardized test scores optional when applying for admission to the university.

Stockton files complaint against Caesars over Showboat deal

Stockton University announced Tuesday that it has filed several proofs of claim in federal bankruptcy court against Caesars Entertainment for damages...

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Pressed against three-pane glass, excited school kids roar at the sight of a jaguar pair leaping up steep-faced artificial rock.

Updated: Rutgers gets $500K federal grant toward innovation park

Rutgers University has been awarded a nearly $500,000 grant to establish an innovative technology park where academic and industry researchers can...

Kesselman to remain at Stockton as acting president

In the wake of former Stockton University President Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.'s resignation last month, acting President Harvey Kesselman has agreed to...

Janssen expands collaboration with Rutgers with $6M in funding

Janssen Supply Chain has augmented its strategic partnership with the Rutgers University School of Engineering by providing more than $6 million. The...

Picking right college is as important as paying for it: Roseland company out to be full-service aid to parents, kids

Picking right college is as important as paying for it: Roseland company out to be full-service aid to parents, kids

With decades of financial advising experience behind them, Steven Sirot and David Slater learned long ago that paying for college was a huge issue...

NJBIZ Poll Question of the Week

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