The governor touted his tightening of gun laws in a state that already has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. However, without research, policy isn't enough.
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey was recognized once again as a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center -- 1 of 50 in the United States.
Although union members must approve agreement, a strike appears to have been averted. But no resolution yet for their part-time colleagues.
4,800 unionized faculty and graduate student workers last month authorized what would be the first faculty strike in the state university's 253-year history.
Murphy’s budget proposal to expand pre-K would add $68 million to the program in order to reach more communities.
At the Stafford Theater Arts Center in Manahawkin, sixth grade students watch their peers act out a heroin overdose and its aftermath.
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the CEO of the Schools Development Authority and the state's education commissioner.
To celebrate National Robotics Week and whet interest for STEM education, middle school students build robots out of Legos.
A major strike is looming for Rutgers faculty, unless a last-minute contract agreement can be reached in the next few days. And professors are preparing to walk out.
In response to growing demand, William Paterson University is offering New Jersey's first ever bachelor’s degree in disabilities studies.
Per Scholas' managing director says they expect to enroll 100 students this year, and two-thirds of those will be Newark residents.
Willingboro High School is home to an interactive lab for students to learn about a farming technique that uses fish waste as a nutrient for plants.
Images of microscopic organisms can be very pleasing to the eye, but they can also help with research into genomes.
Delgado-Polanco has called the personnel changes a “restructuring” that she felt was needed to fulfill the agency’s mission. But it sparked a political firestorm.
Sweeney’s proposal, a major pillar of his so-called Pathways to Progress plan to cut state spending, resonated with a room of educators who face rising costs and, in many cases, decreased state aid.