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BREAKING 'Very dangerous' jellyfish found on Harvey Cedars beach

"People need to be aware of their surroundings because these are going to be on the surface."

Underground toad road provides safer commute for small animals - NJ.com

Dr. Hong, Dean of the two-year undergraduate program at HCMUNRE; Dr. Tuan, Rector (President) of HCMUNRE; Dr. Robert Taylor, Coordinator, Sustainability Science, Dr. Ha, Dean, Dept. of Environment HCMUNRE, Dr. Nga, International Programs HCMUNRE, and Mr. Phuc, International Programs and Research Associate for Sustainability Science Research Project.

CSAM's Sustainability Science Programs Forge Ahead in Vietnam

Dr. Robert W. Taylor, Program Coordinator in the Dept. of Earth and Environmental Studies, is moving ahead on programs to offer sustainability science education for students from Vietnam.

Ph.D. in Mathematics Education

Mathematics Education Ed.D program now a Ph.D. program

Biology Professor Featured on The Weather Channel

Professor Jack Gaynor discusses the strangeness and potential danger presented by the box jellyfish sighted at the Jersey Shore.

Photo: Gennadi Novash

Anthony Scriffignano '82, '85 MS

College of Science and Mathematics Holds Convocation Ceremony

Professor's research featured in Biochemistry Magazine

Binding of Substrate Locks the Electrochemistry of CRY-DASH into DNA Repair, published by Yvonne Gindt and two CSAM students, Adriana Messyasz, senior in biology, and Pamela Jumbo, a rising senior in biochemistry.

CSAM students inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta

24 CSAM students were inducted into the ALD national honor society on May 5.

Mario Casabona (TechLaunch founder and CEO) with winner Bushra Ali, runner-up Eleanor Ojinnaka, Merck's Susan Bennett (Judge), and Dean Robert Prezant

TechLaunch Future Scientist Award Winners

The competition held Sunday, April 26th, 2015 at Montclair State University provided a forum for undergraduate researchers to hone their communication skills and to share the breadth and depth of scholarship in the College of Science and Mathematics.

Forward Thinking Newsletter now available

This issue highlights finding better treatments for parasitic diseases, teaching a computer to understand whether you're really pulling its leg, finding green solutions for cleaner water and diving deep into autonomous oceanic monitoring