Stevens Institute of Technology has created curriculum for the WaterBotics program.
The program aims to introduce more women into the STEM fields through exposure and collaboration.
The increase in tuition for health students is much higher than the 2.3 percent other undergrad students experienced. The school has offered scholarships to help bring the cost down for some of the ...
Flood is under investigation over an email reportedly asking about the academic status on one of his players.
Cerf attend the board meeting where he outlined a five part proposal on how the district could return to local control.
The Philadelphia Sixers and Virtua Health Systems partnered up to provide a basketball clinic to Camden youth to promote health and wellness and to keep kids off the street.
The state’s largest teachers union is vowing to fight a recent decision by the Public Employment Relations Commission over pensions.
The College of New Jersey revealed its new Campus Town, a new community within the Ewing campus for students.
Drew University Pres. says the partnership between Drew and Raritan C.C. will help make a seamless transition.
Great Oaks Tutor Corps recruits recent college grads to dedicate a year of service to students.
Advocates say that they want state lawmakers to make Pre-K funding available for all school districts.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced the start of enrollment assistance sites.
Teens at Second Life Bikes work to restore and learn about bikes.
The Urban League of Essex County has set up Newark students with summer jobs at Six Flags Great Adventure.
Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez said the contract between Stockton University and Glenn Straub's KK Ventures was properly terminated so the school can sell the former Showboat casino.