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Helping STEM Pioneers Succeed

An interdisciplinary team led by Dr. Dirk Vanderklein (Biology) and funded by the National Science Foundation's Education Dept. seek to help first generation students succeed in STEM majors. Others on the project include Nina Goodey (Chemistry), Joshua Galster (EAES) and Julie Dalley (Research Academy for University Learning)

Positions at Chemetall

Technical Service Associate, Interdepartmental Associate, Technology Associate, and Analytical Lab Associate positions available for May through December 2017.

Jamie Hoffman

Students relax on top of Sunrise Mountain after hiking the three miles up to the summit.

Ocean City School Visits the NJSOC For Environmental Experience

The seventh graders from Ocean City School made their annual pilgrimage to Montclair State University's environmental field station for an outdoor educational experience.

Darwin Day Celebration

Funded by Madelon Wehner, students presented posters of their research and the day concluded with a lecture given by Eric Wieschaus, Nobel Laureate.

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

View positions with immediate availability for students currently pursuing their bachelor’s degrees in ORISE sponsored labs.

PGIM Real Estate Seeking Part-time Sustainability Intern

The Sustainability Intern works with the Global Sustainability group to better measure, monitor and manage the environmental aspects of a global real estate portfolio, ultimately helping to improve building and environmental performance at our globally managed assets.

Andrew Aboagye

Students use binoculars to view birds at the feeders during the Ornithology class.

Jersey City Joint Activities Experiences a Winter Wonderland at NJSOC

The ASBMB Student Chapters welcome Quinn Vega as its new chairman

The ASBMB Student Chapters is devoted to building a national network of undergraduate students and faculty members for the advancement of research, education and science outreach.

CSAM Faculty Validate EPA's Hackensack River Contamination

Dr. Michael Kruge, EAES and Dr. Kevin Olsen, Chemistry, studied sediment samples collected by the EPA from the Hackensack River that indicate the riverbed is laced for 22 miles with a toxic cocktail made up of dozens of contaminants, from its mouth in Newark Bay up to the Oradell Reservoir. Wochit

Jamie Hoffman

Environmental educator Jennifer Correa-Kruegel shows the students a live trap designed to capture bears, during the Black Bear Ecology class.

Wenonah’s Sixth-Graders Explore Stokes State Forest at the New Jersey School of Conservation

On their annual trip to the NJSOC, the students learned all about the wonders of the great outdoors.