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"Raz Besaleli sits at a computer smiling."

Montclair Graduate Student Building $7.5 Million AI Company

Raz Besaleli successfully navigating Computational Linguistics master’s degree, rapidly changing artificial intelligence landscape

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Ruth E. Propper Releases New Children’s Book

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GCHT Featured in Fact Check Article

On a punchy hot pink background, in bright yellow writing reads: “‘I DO!’ an evening of humor, activism, and love with PATRICE JETTER disabled artist and advocate from the NETFLIX series, WORN STORIES”. Below that is a collage of images of Patrice, a Black disabled woman in her 50’s. In the images, she wears bright and inventive homemade costumes. In the central image is Patrice and Garry, a white disabled wheelchair user. Patrice wears an extravagant peach wedding dress and Garry is wearing a matching shirt and satin waistcoat, the two are beaming.

Campus Event Puts Spotlight on “Marriage Penalty”

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Making Democracy Work for All

3-day workshop will challenge students to solve a problem with real-world impact

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Professor Awarded Grant by National Institutes of Health

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Dr. Teresa Fiore Published Article on Memoria Presente, A Digital Archive about Italy-Latin American Relations

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Faculty Spotlight: Justice Studies Associate Professor Jason Williams

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Professors Deborah Chatr Aryamontri and Timothy Renner get attention in Italian ‘Art a Part of Culture’ magazine

"Five people sit in chairs on a stage. One is speaking and holding a microphone."

Global Center Raises Awareness of Human Trafficking

Legislative breakfast caps slate of events designed to educate community

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Opinion: N.J. taxpayers spend $1.2B each year on the Drug War and thousands still die

Professor Jason Williams for NJ.com

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Enza Antenos Receives Distinguished Service Award