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Presidents: Tuition-free college 'good problem'

premium content Presidents: Tuition-free college 'good problem'

Ask school presidents whether they support Gov. Phil Murphy's $50 million proposal for tuition-free community college and they say they're on board,...

Rutgers gets $1M cell research grant

Rutgers University has received a grant of more than $1 million for biological cell research.

State unveils life sciences research portal

New Jersey Economic Development Authority officials and Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis introduced Tuesday Research with NJ, an...

Soccer for Success aims to help Newark students in life and sports

The New York Red Bulls, Newark Public Schools and the U.S. Soccer Foundation unveiled a new mini soccer field Wednesday at Rafael Hernandez School as...

Rider alumnus named director of Rebovich Institute

Rider alumnus named director of Rebovich Institute

Rider University graduate Micah Rasmussen has been named director of the school’s Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics.

Health care unions question RWJBarnabas, Rutgers affiliation

Public sector unions, including Health Professionals and Allied Employees Local 5094 and SPAE Nurses Local 5089, are seeking details of Rutgers...

NJIT, Woz U offer online training

The New Jersey Institute of Technology has partnered with technology-based education start-up Woz U to offer online courses on cybersecurity and...

Murphy proposes state help for STEM tuition

Gov. Phil Murphy has unveiled a pair of measures aimed at keeping science, tech, engineering and math college graduates in the state.

NJCU names dean of professional education, lifelong learning

NJCU names dean of professional education, lifelong learning

New Jersey City University has appointed continuing education veteran Michael Edmondson as dean of professional education and lifelong learning.

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