Galloway, NJ - By spring 2017, Stockton University expects to complete the first phase of a major facilities expansion that will create a distinctive entrance on the Galloway Campus. The state-of-the-art facilities will allow Stockton to accommodate more students and better prepare them for successful careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Trenton, NJ – In this month’s edition of the New Jersey Business magazine, Anthony Birritteri, Editor-in-Chief features the New Jersey’s Partnership for Action (PFA), headed by the Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. He discusses and interviews the leaders of the state’s public-private approach to economic development and the springboard for all initiatives, policies and efforts related to growing New Jersey’s economy and creating quality, sustainable jobs.
Trenton, NJ - The Secretary of Higher Education, Rochelle Hendricks, released her 7th newsletter featuring many of New Jersey's colleges and universities. Here are her opening remarks: "As we head into the summer months to pursue new opportunities, explore further studies, conduct research and perhaps enjoy some well-deserved rest and relaxation, the months ahead also represent a chance to reflect on what we have accomplished and what remains to be done..."
Trenton, NJ - New Jersey's EOF students rank first when compared with graduation rates for low-income students in public, four-year colleges in 15 states. As the nation's most comprehensive and successful State program for students with economic and educational disadvantages, the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) helps students and families fulfill the dream and promise of a higher education and a better way of life.
Trenton, NJ - New Jersey is in the midst of an innovation renaissance, but unlike its past history of high-tech discoveries, which largely emerged from the R&D labs of large corporations (think: Bells Labs, RCA and its David Sarnoff Research Center, and host of large pharmaceutical companies), innovations today are coming from the teaming of higher education and business. And though academic/business partnerships are not new, what is new is the synchronized movement that all entities – the state, institutions of higher education and businesses – are marching in, with the common goal of growing New Jersey’s reputation as the “Innovative State.”
Trenton, NJ - According to the Secretary of Higher Education, Rochelle Hendricks, "Think of us first. Whatever problem you need solved, whatever research you need done, whatever skill you need employees to have, New Jersey’s 65 public and private higher education institutions are ready to help. Dramatic changes and improvements have occurred in New Jersey’s higher education institutions over the past four years, changes designed to make some of the finest institutions in the world more effective, more directly involved and more available to attract, retain and grow business in New Jersey. To coordinate and market these improvements, two state initiatives, the Council on Innovation and the New Jersey STEM Pathways Network, can help you find the information and resources you need."
Trenton, NJ - Governor Chris Christie: On behalf of the State of New Jersey, I am pleased to address business professionals throughout the Garden State in this issue of the New Jersey Business magazine.
Trenton, NJ – Last week, Rochelle Hendricks, the Secretary of Higher Education for New Jersey wrote great piece on New Jersey’s ongoing work to improve STEM education in the state and meet the demands of industry.
Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education issues their 6th newsletter update last week offering a many updates on New Jersey public colleges and universities. For the details: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Special-Announcement----NJ-Secretary-of-Higher-Education-.html?soid=1117055860214&aid=ZoHTxD9Bxmk
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