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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.

From left: David Lardier & Veronica Barrios (oral presentation, Graduate) Evans Mbai (oral presentation, Undergrad) Melissa Rosides (poster, Graduate), Monica Stanislawczyk (poster, Uundergrad)

Students Recognized at 9th Annual Research Symposium

David Lardier, Veronica Barrios, Evans Mbai, Melissa Rosides, & Monica Stanislawczyk took home awards for their research at this year's symposium.

Blake Moore and Goran Dojcinoski presented their work on gravitational waves at the April American Physical Society meeting in Baltimore.

Physics students and faculty present results at APS Meeting

Members of Montclair’s gravitational-wave research group discussed their results at the April 2015 meeting of the American Physical Society in Baltimore.