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How NJ schools fared across other Best College categories

How NJ schools fared across other Best College categories

U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best College rankings placed Princeton University in the No. 1 spot for national universities, but New Jersey...

Catherine Hebson, former RVCC board chair, dies at 75

Catherine Hebson, former chairman of the board of Raritan Valley Community College and longtime Hunterdon County resident, died Aug. 23 on Isabela...

8 from NJ top US News best colleges list

Eight schools from New Jersey have topped the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Rankings, including Princeton University coming in at...

Rutgers-VNA collaboration awarded home health grant

Rutgers University and VNA Health Group will receive a 2018 home health research grant from the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation.

NJEdge adds 7 to board

NJEdge adds 7 to board

NJEdge, the nonprofit research and education organization, has named seven appointees to its board of trustees, including the presidents of three New...

premium content Schweiker brings 'boots on ground' experience to Rider's homeland security master's program

Rider University is tapping the expertise of former Pennsylvania Gov. Mark Schweiker to bring real-world experience to its master’s degree...

R&D Council's Case chosen as Lead STEM fellow

Kim Case, executive director of The Research & Development Council of New Jersey, has been chosen as a fellow for Lead STEM, the national leadership...

Lawrenceville School tops in SAT scores among private NJ institutions

The 2018-19 SAT scores are in for about 224,000 students attending the more than 1,400 private schools in New Jersey, and the highest in-state result...

14 NJ business programs ranked by US News & World Report

Fourteen schools from New Jersey were recognized on the 2019 U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of undergraduate business programs, with...

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