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SciChat: Aging Icebergs

Associate Dean, and Earth and Environmental Studies professor, Dr. Stefanie Brachfeld gave a talk about icebergs at the American Museum of Natural History

Dr. Restaino Fox29 jellyfish interview

Environmental Science and Management alum talks jellyfish with Fox29

Dr. Dena Restaino talks about the discovery of small, dangerous clinging jellyfish in a North Wildwood pond.

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Teentech Empowers Girls to Envision STEM Careers

University partners with the American Association of University Women of New Jersey to engage high schoolers

Governor's STEM Scholars

Applications open for the 2019-2020 Class of Governor’s STEM Scholars

This program is an innovative public-private partnership designed to provide high-achieving students in STEM in grades 10 through the doctoral level with an introduction to New Jersey’s vast STEM economy.

Matthew Khan releasing turtle into the wild

The Power of Perseverance

Montclair State alumnus to serve country with dream EPA job

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We aren’t the only ones returning to the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna, Biology, along with students from his lab, have gone to the shore in search of clinging jellyfish.

STEM teachers going to teach in Passaic

City of Passaic Recruits Three Graduating Seniors to Teach in their District

Steven Herrera, Valeria Montoya, and Lauren Shahine have a lot in common: the three are graduating this spring as STEM teachers, and they are all off to teach in the City of Passaic.

Emma Akuffo

Emma Akuffo intends to make the world a healthier place

The biology and child advocacy and policy major has already started a non profit and is heading to Harvard to continue her education.

Math History Makers

Math History Maker Faire

The Spring 2019 History of Mathematics (MATH490) class experimented with a new approach to assessment culminating in the presentation of its project-based findings on May 13.

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Casabona Future Scientists Program

Another successful year demonstrating the fantastic research, impressive knowledge, and adept presentation skills of our students.

Spartina Marsh in the Barnegat Bay

University receives portion of $10 million in funding for Barnegat Bay improvements

The NJDEP designated $300,000 to the University for restoration and enhancement of submerged aquatic vegetation in the bay.

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Green Teams Recognized by US Green Building Council

The project is being recognized as the 2019 Student/Student Team Award in Higher Education.