Colleges

Latest news and updates from all New Jersey universities and colleges.

For Dr. Joseph Barone, it was a moment of gratification when he met a physician at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, who turned out to be his former student. Over the years, Barone has seen many students from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at …

Deval Patrick, governor of Massachusetts, and Barbara Buono, democratic gubernatorial candidate for N.J., came together yesterday on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus to endorse Newark Mayor Cory Booker for U.S. Senate. Booker, a Democrat, will run against Steve Lonegan, a …

Before the Arab Spring, Egypt awarded Rutgers a contract to develop Egyptian educational programs to help change its bureaucratic state to a more effective democracy. Now, Nigerian officials are seeking supplementary education from the Center for Executive Leadership in Government’s Global Mini-Master in Public Administration …

New Jersey residents nowadays see maps as a tool for getting to a location as quickly as possible, using GPS systems to get directions on their route. But maps have served many purposes over the years, from informing navigators of the land’s properties to defining …

Rutgers University Career Services underwent a reorganization process with a new strategic plan to increase their efforts in aiding students landing careers after graduation. Rick Hearin, executive director for Career Services, was brought into the position last winter from the University of Maryland in College …

A new sculpture entitled “Synergy,” featuring a protein called collagen, has found a home on Busch campus. The sculpture, installed Friday morning, features three strands interwoven in a vertical braid. It lies in the middle of the courtyard in front of the Center for Integrative …

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