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Hotels at Home - QA Analyst

Define, plan and execute test plans based on technical documentation

Hotels at Home - Front-End Web Developer

create highly dynamic e-commerce sites for some of the most elite Hotel companies in the world.

Dr. Vaidya introducing students at a SHIP event

Preparing STEM Students for Post-Graduate Success

Ashuwin Vaidya's article published in the July issue of NJTC's TechNews about the unique research opportunities the Science Honors Innovation Program (SHIP) offers

Robert Barrows presenting his research at the ACS National Meeting

Chemistry Students Present Their Latest Research at ACS National Meeting

Robert Barrows, Maryam Abdulsalam, Rabih Balilli, and Sandeep Suresh presented their research at the American Chemical Society national meeting held in Denver, Colorado

Strolling Down The Promenade

New east side campus walkway is coming!

ScribeAmerica seeking Medical Scribes in Wayne

A Medical Scribe is essentially a personal assistant to the physician; performing documentation in the EHR, gathering information for the patient's visit, and partnering with the physician to deliver the pinnacle of efficient patient care.

Mysterious Balls of Goo Are Rolling Onto American Beaches

Professor Paul Bologna was recently interviewed by National Geographic regarding the recent behavior of jellyfish.

Photo: Mike Peters

Biology Professor Sandra Adams (far left) assists Weston Science Scholars with an experiment.

Learning Science by Doing Science

Weston Science Scholars Program engages high school students in pre-college scientific research

New Hires

Learn more about the newest members of the CSAM faculty

PhD student publishes in Paleoceanography

Threshold behavior of a marine-based sector of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet in response to early Pliocene ocean warming, led by Melissa Hansen along with Earth and Environmental studies professor Dr. Sandra Passchier