Murphy announced new initiatives to boost New Jersey's STEM education, specifically in computer science and math.
Volunteers hope a trip to the museum inspires kids to, quite literally, let their dreams soar.
A hydrogen-fueled model race car competition tested high school students' STEM knowledge as the push for interest in STEM education continues.
Amazon representatives surprised teachers and students at Columbus Elementary School in Carteret with resources and grants to help them with STEM education programs.
The state's Computer Science for All grant program hopes to inspire more STEM scholars.
Rutgers University cuts the ribbon on their new state of the art chemistry and chemical biology building, with a focus on innovative research.
The Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey partnered with County College of Morris to roll out a program for young girls to get into STEM fields through learning cybersecurity.
Murphy said the loan forgiveness will cost the state $12 million a year, beginning in 2022. The internship supplement will cost $3 million and is already in Murphy's budget for next year.
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy attended this year's Young Women Conference at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. The event encourages more girls to go into STEM fields, and is something the ...
The competition, which requires students to navigate a virtual sailboat through the use of programming, is an opportunity to encourage students to pursue STEM careers.
The first African-American CEO of Girl Scouts Heart of NJ discusses new organizational direction and goals.
Students at High Technology High School recently won the Congressional App Challenge, which was set up as a way to encourage STEM education.
Charu Chaturvedi co-founded CodeAdvantage two years ago after struggling to find coding classes for her three kids.
The lab will educate students in biotechnology, an underemployed, yet important, industry in the state.
Though NJ was not in the ‘path of totality,’ residents were still awed by the phenomenon.