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Assistant/Associate Professor expertise in the area of Secure Software Development and in one or more of the following areas of Cybersecurity: Database Security, Network Security, and Web Security

Candidates must have strong research and teaching skills.

Rising Tide: What We Can Learn from the Dutch and their Relationship with Water

A Series of Lectures, Films and Special Events Fall 2015: October 7 – November 19

Dr. Eshuis receives NSF-RUI award

$195,000 award; SusChEM: Towards accurate computational dynamical and mechanistic studies of transition metal homogeneous (photo)catalysis

Dr. Nina Goodey receives NSF S-STEM grant

$603,999; Opening Pathways, Engaging, and Networking in Chemistry in Northern New Jersey (OPEN-NJ)

Dr. Du receives NSF Grant to research Maize Genome

A sequence-indexed Reverse Genetics Resource for Maize: a Set of Lines with Single Ds-GFP Insertions Spread Throughout the Genome

Graduate Assistantship in the Remote Sensing Lab

A graduate student is sought to work and study at Montclair State University with Dr Mark Chopping and several external collaborators on a research project contributing to NASA's ABoVE program

Evidence for a single loss of mineralized teeth in the common avian ancestor

This article, published in science magazine by biology professor Dr. Robert Meredith, focuses on Edentulism, the absence of teeth, that has evolved convergently among vertebrates, including birds, turtles, and several lineages of mammals.

NSF Graduate Research in STEM Education Fellowship Opportunity

Montclair Researcher Fights Bioterrorism

Dr. David Rotella has been awarded a $2.5 million, five-year grant from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) to help develop inhibitors of the botulinum toxin, which causes botulism, a life-threatening illness characterized by paralysis and respiratory failure.

Finding better treatments for parasitic diseases

During the last five years, John Siekierka, director of the Margaret and Herman Sokol Institute for Pharmaceutical Life Sciences, and Sokol Professor of Chemistry David Rotella, have received grant funding from Celgene Global Health (CGH), a Division of Celgene Corporation to find effective new treatments for the disease.