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Quick Takes are current brief updates on legislative and policy issues being followed by NJASCU.

Current and Previously Featured "Quick Takes" are below:


Stockton Report Indicates New Jersey Beaches are in Better Shape than Before Hurricane Sandy
June 27, 2018

New Jersey’s beaches are in better shape than they were before Hurricane Sandy. Furthermore, ongoing coordinated efforts by multiple government agencies and researchers at Stockton University to build a statewide system of protection will ensure they remain viable for residents and tourists.

As the Jersey Shore enters the Fourth of July holiday and peak beach season, the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy and the Coastal Research Center at Stockton University hosted a New Jersey Beach Report at Stockton’s Carnegie Center Wednesday to highlight the status of the state’s beaches.  Read more.

Kean University College of Education among First in New Jersey to Receive New National Accreditation
June 25, 2018

Kean University has received the goal seal of approval for its educator preparation programs. The College of Education received national accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), reinforcing its commitment to excellence in teacher training.

Kean is one of three universities in New Jersey and 46 educator prep providers from 22 states and Puerto Rico to meet CAEP’s rigorous standards in the Spring 2018 review and one of 147 universities and colleges throughout the nation currently with CAEP accreditation.

“This accreditation means that Kean will continue to train New Jersey’s best teachers, consistent with our legacy as a teachers’ college,” said Anthony A. Pittman, PhD, acting dean of Kean’s College of Education. “As the largest producer of teachers in New Jersey, Kean has always been the leader in providing quality educator training for the state, and this endorsement by CAEP speaks to the caliber of our programs and stellar faculty and staff.”
Read more.

William Paterson University Galleries Awarded an NEA Grant to Celebrate NJ Artist Ben Shahn
June 25, 2018

The William Paterson University Galleries have been awarded a $10,000 Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to present an exhibition and related publication to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the death of social-realist artist Ben Shahn. The exhibition, to be held from September 9 through December 13, 2018, will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Universities Galleries.

“We are honored to be among the recipients of a National Endowment for the Arts grant, and we look forward to commemorating the legacy of Ben Shahn, who is one of New Jersey’s – and arguably one of our nation’s – most prominent artists,” said Kristen Evangelista, director of the University Galleries.

Ben Shahn (1898-1969), who is the namesake for the University’s Ben Shahn Center for the Visual Arts, was a prolific painter, photographer and printmaker who was committed to social justice. He first achieved fame with his series of paintings, Sacco and Vanzetti. In 1933, Mr. Shahn assisted Mexican muralist Diego Rivera on the controversial, and ultimately destroyed, mural for New York City’s Rockefeller Center. Mr. Shahn went on to be a key New Deal muralist and photographed rural poverty in the South and Midwest for the Farm Security Administration. He lived for many years in the New Jersey town of Roosevelt.  Read more.


New Jersey City University Appoints Former NJCU Student-Athlete Star as its Head Women’s Basketball Coach
June 21, 2018

Patrick Devaney (’12), a former men’s basketball student-athlete and women’s basketball assistant coach, has been named the next head women’s basketball coach at New Jersey City University (NJCU). Mr. Devaney, chosen after a thorough review of candidates from around the nation, will be the 15th head coach in the 49-year history since the program was founded in 1970.

Shawn Tucker, associate vice president and director of NJCU Athletics, said: “It is with great excitement that we announce Pat Devaney as the next leader of the NJCU women’s basketball program. During the interview process, Pat emerged from a deep pool of talent. His passion for the sport of basketball and for using it as a tool to impact the lives of student-athletes, his deep-rooted love for NJCU, and his enthusiasm to shift the culture of the women’s basketball program were all evident.

“Pat has a deep knowledge of NJCU, the NJAC and New Jersey basketball, and is a strong recruiter with a clear vision for the future of the program. Pat is a shining example of how NJCU athletes can forever transform the lives of its student-athletes. We welcome him back to the NJCU family.”

NJCU Appoints Michael Edmondson Dean of Professional Education and Lifelong Learning
May 24, 2018

New Jersey City University (NJCU) announced on May 24, 2018, the appointment of Michael Edmondson, PhD, as dean of Professional Education and Lifelong Learning following a national search. Dr. Edmondson, who began his tenure at NJCU on April 2, had previously served as the director of Continuing Education at Mercer County Community College and associate vice president for Career Development at Augustana College in Rock Island, IL.

Dr. Edmondson received a B.A. in history from Cabrini College, an M.A. in history from Villanova University and a PhD in history from Temple University.

Business Experts Press has published three professional development books for Dr. Edmondson: Marketing Your Value: 9 Steps to Navigating Your Career; Major in Happiness: Debunking the College Major Fallacies; and Success: Theory and Practice. Read more.

New Jersey City University (NJCU) Receives Grant to Address Tobacco Use on Campus

May 23, 2018

NJCU announced its plan to join a national movement to address smoking and tobacco use at college campuses throughout the United States. NJCU will ask students, faculty and administration to support the adoption of a 100 percent smoke- or tobacco-free policy.

Over the next 17 months, NJCU will engage the campus community to address tobacco use. A taskforce will be formed to oversee the project, assess tobacco use behavior and attitudes, identify a treatment plan for current smokers and develop a policy. Two students will develop and lead educational efforts to build a movement to become a tobacco-free campus.

NJCU’s efforts are part of a growing trend to clean the air on campuses. Currently, more than 2,100 higher education institutions in the United States have gone smoke- or tobacco-free.

NJCU was one of 18 minority-serving institutions and community colleges that will receive funds and technical support from Truth Initiative®, the nation’s largest nonprofit public health organization dedicated to making tobacco use a thing of the past. Over the past three years, Truth Initiative has partnered with 135 colleges, reaching more than 1.2 million students and 275,000 faculty and staff across 35 states.

“With 99 percent of smokers starting before age 26, college campuses are critical platforms for preventing young adults from starting tobacco use, aiding those current tobacco users in quitting and reducing exposure to secondhand smoke for all,” said Robin Koval, CEO and president of Truth Initiative. “We are looking forward to supporting NJCU’s efforts to make smoking and tobacco use a thing of the past.”  Read more.

New York Times Editorial: Four-Year Degree Absolutely Needed

David Leonhardt
NYTimes.com
May 18, 2018 

“You hear people say, ‘Well, a four-year degree isn’t needed,’” Connie Ballmer, the philanthropist and wife of the former Microsoft C.E.O. Steve Ballmer, recently told me.

“But then if you turn to them and say, ‘What do you want for your child?’ they wouldn’t dream of not having their kid go to a four-year college,” she continued. “they said it’s not needed – but they need it.”

Ballmer is right. The boomlet of skepticism about college comes disproportionately from upper-middle-class people who have the luxury of airing hypothetical concerns about education, without having to worry that their own children will be influenced by them. Yet, the misplaced skepticism can do real damage to poor and working-class teenagers who hear it and take it seriously.

The evidence remains overwhelming. College is the single most reliable path to the middle class and beyond. No, it doesn’t guarantee a good life. Nothing does. But earning a good living without a college degree today is difficult.

College graduates earn vastly more and are far more likely to be employed. They live longer, are more likely to be married and are more satisfied on average with their lives. These relationships appear to be at least partly casual, too. If you want more details, you can read some of my previous columns or dig into a long trail of academic studies. Read more.

U.S. Senator Cory Booker Tells Kean University’s Class of 2018 to Find Power in Kindness
May 17, 2018

In a commencement ceremony filled with emotion and personal stories, U.S. Senator Cory Booker, a self-proclaimed “Jersey boy,” called on the graduating class of Kean University to lead with love.

The university conferred 2,940 bachelor’s degrees to a diverse group of students on Thursday, May 17 at Prudential Center in Newark.

“You are powerful,” Senator Booker said. “Make that choice to show up and tell your truth with your actions and your deeds. Don’t speak to your kindness, show it. Don’t preach your religion, show it. Don’t just sing songs about your love, live that love every day.”

Senator Booker told the graduates that small acts of kindness and courage have a ripple effect, noting that a lawyer who helped his family overcome housing discrimination in Bergen County in the 1960s was motivated by the individuals on the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.

“If you love, love, love in small acts every day, I promise that you will change this world,” Senator Booker said. “It is not just a calling. It is not just a slogan. It is your destiny. Class of 2018, I am in awe of you. May you live your power and your truth and your love every day.”

Kean President Dawood Farahi, PhD, awarded Booker the Kean Medal, the University’s highest honor.  Read more.

Commencement News: NJCU to Graduate 1,935 on May 22 at Prudential Center
May 14, 2018

New Jersey City University (NJCU) will award 1,935 graduate and undergraduate degrees at its commencement ceremony on Tuesday, May 22. Degrees will be conferred at one ceremony, which will begin at 9 a.m. at the Prudential Center in Newark. The ceremony can be viewed live at [njcu.edu/gradlive].

An honorary doctorate will be presented to the Honorable Jose L. Linares, Chief Judge, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey – Newark Vicinage. [See bio sketch below.]

The Presidential Medallion will be awarded to Bob Delaney, legendary National Basketball Association (NBA) referee and NBA Cares Ambassador who built a distinguished career as one of the NBA’s highest-rated crew chiefs. [See bio sketch below.]

Upon learning that Mr. Delaney will receive the NJCU Presidential Medallion, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver commended Mr. Delaney saying, “Over the last three decades, Bob has set a standard of excellence for NBA referees. From officiating the NBA Finals to training the next generation of NBA officials, everything he does is about leadership, service and integrity. I can’t think of anyone better to receive New Jersey City University’s highest award than someone who always inspires others by leading by example. That is what Bob has done throughout his NBA career.” Read more.

NJ Governor Murphy Transmits Words of Wisdom to Stockton’s Graduates on the Boardwalk
May 14, 2018

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy told the more than 2,000 graduates at Stockton University’s Commencement Friday to be the “doers” who will become the state and nation’s next leaders.

“It is simply not enough to tweet and consider that as actual participation in our cultural, political and social dialogue,” he said to a crowd of some 13,000 graduates and guests in Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall. “In these times, perhaps more than ever in our history, we need doers of deeds, not people who take their comfort in lobbing memes from their smartphones.”

Friday was the second commencement in Boardwalk Hall and the first that combined the graduates from summer and fall 2017, as well as spring 2018.

Gov. Murphy said he welcomes this generation of graduates as they take their place of leadership. He said upheaval is part of change and moving forward, but they can all make a difference in their chosen careers.

“Your generation is showing that it is ready to lead,” he said, citing young people involved in gun safety, political campaigns and entrepreneurial business ventures. Read more.


Kean is Offering Eight New Programs for New Fall Semester 2018
May 3, 2018

Kean University is expanding its academic offerings with eight new undergraduate and graduate-level programs that will be introduced in Fall 2018.

The new programs include a Doctor of Occupational Therapy, a PhD in Counseling and Supervision, as well as a master’s-level special education program and five bachelor’s degree programs in pre-law, business and the health fields.

“We know our students want successful careers after they graduate and our goal is to help them succeed,” said Dawood Farahi, PhD, president of Kean University. “These new programs will set them on a path to excel in a wide variety of growing fields.”

The new academic programs at Kean University are:

  • Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
  • PhD Counseling and Supervision
  • MA Special Education, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Option
  • BS Community Health Education
  • BA Therapeutic Recreation
  • BA Psychology, Forensic Psychology Option
  • BA History, Pre-Law Option
  • BS Management, Human Resources Management Option
Read more.

2018 Quick Takes


William Paterson is First Institution in New Jersey to Support Reverse Transfer Initiative Granting Associate Degrees to Community College Transfer Students - May 9, 2018

Ramapo Appoints New Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs - May 1, 2018

Kean University Graduate College Commencement: Broadway’s Leslie Odom Jr. to Deliver Address - May 1, 2018

Ramapo College Commencement: Congressman Gottheimer to Deliver Address - May 1, 2018

Mobile Business Cards App Wins Kean Business Plan Competition - April 27, 2018

Ramapo College Vocal Ensemble Performs at Lincoln Center - April 26, 2018

NJCU Celebrates Its Renovated and Expanded Science Building - April 23, 2018
NJCU Music Department Receives Prestigious Honor from Si-Yo Music Society Foundation - April 11, 2018
State Public Bank Would be good for New Jersey According to Hughes Center Report - April 10, 2018
Stockton University to Sell the Seaview Hotel & Golf Club - April 9, 2018

William Paterson Events in April Highlight Excellence of Research and Scholarship Initiatives - April 9, 2018

Thomas Edison State University Fills Position of Chief of Staff/Board Secretary - April 5, 2018

Lesniak Institute at Kean Hosts its Inaugural Event: “Youth Against Gun Violence: Keep the Movement Going” - April 4, 2018

Rutgers Associate Athletic Director Will Become NJCU’s Associate VP and Director of Athletics - March 29, 2018

Dr. Kathryn A. Foster Named TCNJ’s 16th President - March 27, 2018

Second Annual “No Hate” Town Hall at Kean University to Explore Injustice, Poverty and Racism in New Jersey - March 14, 2018

William Paterson University Names a New President:  Dr. Richard Helldobler - March 9, 2018

William Paterson University Graduation Will Feature Keynote Address from WCBS-TV Anchor Kristine Johnson - March 7, 2018

NJCU New Jersey 50 Index Issues an Economic Report Card - March 6, 2018

William Paterson’s Radio Station Named the Best College Radio Station - March 6, 2018

William Paterson Communications Professor Goes for a Gold in Researching the Role of Social Media at the 2018 Winter Olympics - March 1, 201

A Conversation with NJ Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker, Chair of the Assembly Science, Innovation, and Technology Committee - February 23, 2018

NJCU and Jersey City – Perfect Together in Ethnic Diversity and Excellence  February 23, 2018

COMMENCEMENT NEWS:  Stockton’s 2018 Commencement at Boardwalk Hall will Feature Governor Phil Murphy February 21,2018

Kean University Scientist, Designers Suppoort Portable Operating Room Project - February 20, 2018

NJCU Celebrates Black History Month with Its Gil Noble Collection of Legendary Programs from WABC-TV’s Pioneering Public Affairs Series, ‘Like It Is’ - February 15, 2018

Journalist Bob Woodward to Kick Off New Distinguished Lecture Series at Kean University - February 14, 2018

Former NJASCU Executive Director Michael Klein is Honored by William Paterson University Board of Trustees - February 9, 2018

Montclair State University and The College of New Jersey Partner in the James P. Fox Memorial Fund Mentoring Initiative - The James P. Fox Memorial Fund Launches Two Initiatives to Cultivate Public Sector Careers - February 1, 2018

Ramapo College Board of Trustees Extends President Mercer’s Term to 2021 - February 1, 2018

Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch Speaks at Stockton University about Upholding America’s Founding Principles - January 24, 2018

Ramapo Receives a Million Dollar Grant to Provide Recovery Housing and a Comprehensive Drug-Recovery Program - January 24, 2018

TCNJ Launches Speech Pathology and Audiology Major - January 22, 2018

William Paterson Launches the Nation’s First Graduate Degree in Professional Sales for Working Executives - January 21, 2018

2017 Quick Takes

Merodie A. Hancock Selected as President of Thomas Edison State University - December 20, 2017

Stockton to Offer Educational Opportunity Fund Program at Atlantic City Campus - December 18, 2017

William Paterson Professor is Lead Researcher in an Infant Mortality Study that Proves State Mandated Screening Policies Reduce Infant Deaths - December 5, 2017

Legislative Office of NJ Assemblyman Dan Benson Mentors Kean University STEM Major - December 4, 2017

William Paterson University Jazz Studies Director Bill Charlap Nominated for 2017 Grammy Award - November 29, 2017

Stockton’s Hughes Center Honors NJ Leaders Renowned for Civility; Joe Biden Gives Keynote - November 13, 2017

NJCU Stepped Up to Support Residents of Hurricane Devastated Areas: Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, and Houston - November 13, 2017

William Paterson University Signs Agreement with American College of Dubai to Pursue Cooperative Academic Goals - November 8, 2017

TCNJ Opens New State-of-the-Art STEM Building, Chemistry Addition, and Forum - October 13, 2017

What is a College Degree Worth?  This commentary by Stockton President Harvey Kesselman appeared in the Courier-Post.  October 6, 2017

Kean University and Middlesex County College Sign Joint Admissions Agreement - October 4, 2017

William Paterson University Celebrates Preakness Hall Renovation Project - September 29, 2017

Stockton Registers a Five Percent AY 2017 Enrollment Increase Over AY 2016 - September 22, 2017

Thomas Edison Honors Its Retiring President with his Name on a New Building  - September 20, 2017

Kean University Inspires Dialog on Race and Justice Through an Oral History Project - September 18, 2017

Stockton President Responds to Richard Stockton Controversy on Campus - August 28, 2017

William Paterson University President Kathleen Waldron to Retire at End of 2017-2018 Academic Year - August 22, 2017

Stockton Reaches Beyond Atlantic City to Connect with Panama in a Language Training Initiative - August 15, 2017

A Little Research Reveals a Lot of Research at NJASCU Schools - July 17, 2017

TCNJ’s Barbara Gitenstein Will Retire in June 2018, After 19 Years as President - July 11, 2017

Stockton Receives Additional 168 State-Funded Positions for Atlantic City Campus - July 7, 2017

Historic Kean University Celebrates Immigrants as They Make History as New Citizens - July 7, 2017

Dr. Henry Pruitt, Jr., Serving on William Paterson University Board for 33 Years, Retires and is Named Trustee Emeritus - June 19, 2017

Kean’s New College of Liberal Arts Shines Spotlight on Developing Critical Thinking Skills - June 19, 2017

Thomas Edison State University President Pruitt is Retiring after 35 Years of Service to the University - June 8, 2017

Stockton is Responding to Big Data in a Big Way – a New Master’s in Data Science and Strategic Analytics - June 8, 2017

Decline in Number of NJ High School Grads Seeking College Degree Should be Alarming for New Jersey Leaders - Column by Darryl Greer appeared as an op-ed in NJSpotlight.com - June 2, 2017

Stockton Rated in Top 25 in Nation by Student Loan Report for Financial Aid to First Year Students - June 2, 2017

Kean Industrial Design Students Gain Fame by Growing New Products with Mushroom® Materials - May 23, 2017

Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park Takes Off - May 16, 2017

Stockton's President to Help Formulate a New National Statement on Shared Governance - April 28, 2017

NJASCU CEO Michael Klein Leads a Discussion about State Support of Higher Education Institutions - April 21, 2017

Stockton University Breaks Ground on its $178 Million Atlantic City Residential Campus as Part of Atlantic City's Gateway Project - April 20, 2017

Recession is Long Gone, So Where's the Money for NJ Colleges? - April 13, 2017

NJCU Presidential Speaker Series Features Renowned Biologist Dr. Bonnie Bassler - April 12, 2017

An Interview with Mike Klein- Starving the Beast, Endangering the Future - April 6, 2017

Stockton Poll Finds that New Jersey Residents Give Low Marks to Trump Administration So Far - April 5, 2017

Barbara Harmon-Francis Articulates Passionate Support for NJ Educational Opportunity Fund Program - March 21, 2017

William Paterson University Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Its Nursing Program - March 20, 2017

NJCU Launches Master's Degree in Business Analytics and Data Science - March 17, 2017

Kean University Introduces Minor in Sustainability Sciences - March 16, 2017

Montclair State Receives $1.1 Million NSF Grant for Innovative Teacher Training Program - March 6, 2017

WPU is a "WilliamPaterson Safe" Campus for Immigrants Regardless of Immigration Status - March 5, 2017

Stockton Poll Finds Strong Distrust of News Media Among New Jersey Adults - March 6, 2017

NJCU is Chosen for Participation in National Initiative on Student Success - February 21, 2017

Op-Ed:  Deepening Our Commitment to Public Purposes of Higher Ed - Kathleen Waldron - February 16, 2017

NJCU Launches Master's Degree in Business Analytics and Data Science - February 2, 2017

Stockton University to Host First 'StockHack' on February 18-19 - January 31, 2017

Kudos to Mercer County Leaders on Educational Attainment - January 20, 2017

Give Us a Break - N.J. Tax Breaks Total at Least $23.5 Billion, According to Stockton's Public Policy Center - January 2017

2016 Quick Takes

Kean University Student-Athlete Invited to Major League Soccer Scouting Event - December 21, 2016

Guest Column:  The Importance of Institutional Researchers to Policymaking - Michael Klein - December 1, 2016

William Paterson Senior is a First Place Winner in the National Sales Challenge at WPU - December 1, 2016

Stockton Students Win Honors at National Model United Nations Event in Japan - November 30, 2016

William Paterson University Jazz Series Features Alumnus Justin Kauflin - November 17, 2016

Stockton Faculty Research:  Civics Lessons in College Could Increase Political Participation - November 17, 2016

NJ Higher Education Policy Expert Questions Poll Findings About College Value - November 14, 2016

Stockton Expands Health Science Program in Ocean County - November 14, 2016

William Paterson University President Waldron Inspires All to Exercise the Precious Right to Vote - November 7, 2016

Stockton Poll Puts Clinton Ahead of Trump in New Jersey and Indicates Thumbs Down to Casino Expansion - October 7, 2016

William Paterson University Has Civic Engagement in its DNA - October 6, 2016

Making College Affordable Through Generosity:  WPU Receives $200,000 in Scholarship Money from Give Back Foundation - September 29, 2016

Stockton Celebrates Its Roots, Trunk and Branches with the Inauguration of President Harvey Kesselman - September 26, 2016

Kean University Researchers Use Augmented Reality to Recreate Historic Event - September 27, 2016

Kean Ocean Celebrates 10 Years of a Successful Academic Partnership - September 27, 2016

Ramapo's Krame Center for Mindful Living Partners with UMass Medical School's Center for Mindfulness - September 21, 2016

Stockton University Receives Prestigious National Award for Sustainability - September 20, 2016

NJCU Launches Center for the Arts as a Creative Umbrella - September 8, 2016

Kean Psy.D. Program Gets Prestigious Accreditation - August 30, 2016

New Documentary on Paterson and Its People by William Paterson University Professor Vincent Parrillo Will Air on NJTV - August 30, 2016

International Educator Ed Petkus is Ramapo's New Dean of Business School - August 20, 2016

Thomas Edison State University Executive Receives Prestigious Honor from NJBiz - August 17, 2016

The Noyes Museum of Art Becomes Part of Stockton University - August 17, 2016

Stockton MS in Communication Disorders Earns Five-Year Accreditation - August 11, 2016

Research from WPU Professor Reveals Blatant Health Violation at Majority of NYC Nail Salons - August 9, 2016

Stockton Plans Art Exhibit on Economic Inequality - August 4, 2016

Stockton Receives $380,000 Federal Grant for Brain Research - August 1, 2016

Ramapo College Recognized for Innovative Student Retention Initiative - July 28, 2016

Kean University to Launch Three New Master's Degree Programs - July 28, 2016

Newark Black Film Festival Honors Legacy of NJCU Professor Lee Hagan - July 28, 2016

Kean University Aluma Leaves $1.7 Million Posthumous Gift - Millions More May be Forthcoming - July 25, 2016

NJCU Names Interim Dean as Business School's Founding Dean - July 21, 2016

Artwork of Kean Professor is Featured in Smithsonian Museum Exhibit, Washington DC - July 20, 2016

NJCU Appoints a Transformative Leader as Dean of Its College of Arts and Sciences - July 20, 2016

Ramapo College Wins National Grant to Support the Jane Addams Papers Project - July 7, 2016

Kean University Cybersecurity Center Hosts Its Inaugural Event on Ransomware - June 28, 2016

Stockton President Outlined Stockton's Atlantic City Campus Plans at Alliance for Action Event - June 8, 2016

New Jersey City University and NJTV Announce Broadcasting Partnership - June 7, 2016

Stockton Hughes Center Research:  Demographic Profile of NJ Legislature Remains Basically Unchanged - and Unrepresentative of Constituents - May 31, 2016

William Paterson University Music Professor Mixes It Up with Art and Athleticism - May 27, 2016

New Jersey City University Hosts Prestigious International Business Conference, June 3-4, 2016 - May 16, 2016

Darryl G. Greer, Higher Education Strategic Information and Governance (HESIG) Symposium May 9, 2016

Kean University Honors 2016 Distinguished Alumni - May 9, 2016

WPU Professor Robin Schwartz Honored with 2016 Guggenheim Fellowship for Distinguished Accomplishment in Photography - April 11, 2016

Captain Mark Kelly and Entrepreneur Brandon Stanton are Commencement Speakers for Kean University April 8, 2016

Darryl Greer at Stockton's Hughes Center Authors "Measuring College Outcomes" based on a Poll of Recent College Graduates - April 1, 2016

Terrorism Expert Speaking at Stockton on Eve of Terror in Belgium  Urges Moderating Political Rhetoric - March 22, 2016

WPU Commits to a National Campaign to Advance Women Leaders in Higher Education - March 18, 2016 

Montclair State University Meets Criteria of a "Hispanic-Serving Institution" - March 10, 2016

Stockton University Takes on a Prominent Voice in TED Talks Initiative - March 4, 2016

William Paterson University Explores the Complexity of Humans and Nature Coexisting with One Another - March 4, 2016

New Jersey City University Offers Debt-Free Promise Program for New Jersey Residents with Family Incomes of $60,000 or Less - February 23, 2016

Thomas Edison State University Makes Creative Collaboration the Basis of a Quality, Affordable, Dual-Admission Nursing (BSN) Program - February 22, 2016 

Stockton University's Hughes Centers Enlightens Homeowners on the Risks of Reverse Mortgages - February 17, 2016 

Stockton President Harvey Kesselman Receives National Recognition for "Giving Back" to his Campus and Community -

February 16, 2016

Montclair State University Earns Research Doctoral University Designation from Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education - February 2, 2016 

Stockton University and New Jersey City University are the only New Jersey Institutions Selected for AASCU's New Project to Redesign Students' First-Year College Experience - February 2, 2016 

Thomas Edison State University Launches its First Doctoral Program - January 28, 2016 

Stockton Pursues Significant Higher Education Initiatives in Atlantic City and on the Galloway Campus, Thanks to Showboat Sale and Other Fiscal Developments - January 21, 2016 

William Paterson University Opens $40 Million Health Sciences Education Academic Building - January 13, 2016 

Thomas Edison State College Makes the Grade - and Becomes a University - January 11, 2016 



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