Trenton, NJ - According to Eric Strauss, "Inc. revealed its annual Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America this month, and 143 New Jersey firms earned a place on the list. They ranged in size from $2 million in revenue to more than $400 million, and some had revenue growth in the quadruple digit percentages."
Galloway Township, NJ - Stockton University has been named one of the “2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region” for the Northeast region and cited on its list of “Green Colleges” by The Princeton Review, an education services company widely known for its test prep programs and college and graduate school guides.
Trenton, NJ - On the heels of the state’s commanding presence at BIO International 2015, New Jersey’s dominance in biotechnology was validated with a top ranking nationally in the Biotech Growth Potential category in Business Facilities Magazine’s Annual Rankings Report released today.
Trenton, NJ - Forbes released its annual list of Top Colleges last week and three of New Jersey's academic institutions made the top 200. Princeton University ranked 4th, Rutgers University ranked 146th and The College of New Jersey ranked 182nd. Pomona College in California taking the top slot and Williams College and Stanford University listed as second and third, respectively.
New Brunswick, N.J. – Several physicians at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have been named as a ‘Top Cancer Doctor’ by Newsweek magazine. Newsweek just released the list of the nation’s top physicians for cancer care in conjunction with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., which publishes America’s Top Doctors. Based on peer nominations, attributes such as board certification, clinical skills, training, years in practice, administrative posts, achievements and other criteria are reviewed and assessed by a physician-led research team assembled by Castle Connolly. According to Castle Connolly, nearly 100,000 nominations are received each year for the honor. In New Jersey alone, 40 Top Cancer Doctors were named to the national list – nine are from the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Trenton, NJ - According to Josh Burd of NJBiz, "It might be tough to quantify the volume of fiber in Newark, but New Jersey's prowess as a state is well-documented. The Garden State, which has 17 fiber providers, is third in the country when it comes to the percentage of population covered by fiber, according to broadbandnow.com.With about 63 percent of its population covered, it sits behind only Rhode Island (98 percent) and Oregon (77 percent).
Washington D.C. - The Council of State Governments (CSG) and Elsevier released recently “America’s Knowledge Economy: A State-by-State Review,” highlighting New Jersey’s total output from corporate researchers was the highest among all states in the country (33,504 publications). Evaluating New Jersey from 2004 to 2013, 20.8% of its research came from the private sector, more than twice the rate of the entire country.
Trenton, NJ – According to the Best College Reviews, a collegiate ranking service, Princeton University and Rutgers University are some of the best placed places for undergraduate research. The ranking developed a top 50 list based on undergraduate research potential.
Trenton, NJ - Last week, Karin Price Mueller of NJ.com posted an article titled " The High Cost of Jersey: Why We Stay." New Jersey is one of the most expensive states in which to live. While many say they can't wait to leave, many more say they wouldn't go, even if they could. What makes the Garden State such a bad financial deal for families? And why do some choose to stay despite it all?
It is due to New Jersey's high quality life. The state is a leader in education, health care, entertainment and great for raising a family. For the full article: http://www.nj.com/inside-jersey/index.ssf/2015/03/the_high_cost_of_jersey_why_we_stay.html
Hoboken, NJ - No matter how you look at it, college is an investment of both time and money. Payscale has posted their annual College ROI Report, which covers "Best Value Colleges," "Majors & Careers" and "States & Categories." Once again the Stevens Institute of Technology makes the top ten of all colleges and universities, but ranked an unprecedented third place. Up from fifth for the past years, Stevens in Hoboken was calculated with a 20-year ROI of $841,000.
Trenton, NJ - According to a recent report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, public colleges in New Jersey are among the highest graduation rates in the country. The report found more than 70 percent of students that start at public four-year schools will complete it within six years at a New Jersey institution, compared to the 62.85 percent national average.
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