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Jersey City launches 'Year of Energy' to promote use of renewable energy, sustainability

The NJ.com article highlights the city's yearlong initiative targeted at increasing public education around clean energy and reducing the city's carbon footprint.

Governor's STEM Scholars seeking applicants for 2018

Align yourself with individuals that share your love of STEM.

Montclair State Faculty Member Marc Favata Earns Prestigious Simons Fellowship

Award will give physics professor chance to collaborate with scholars around the world

Mike Peters

Aline in the lab when she was a student here at MSU

Biology Alumni Spotlight - Aline de Oliveira '09 '11

Now at Johnson & Johnson, Aline studied here, then was advised by a fellow alum earning her Ph.D at Seton Hall.

Dr. Pricila Iranah is hooded by her advisor, Dr. Pankaj Lal

Congratulations to the new PhDs in Environmental Management

The Environmental Management program congratulates Drs. Pricila Iranah and Pralhad Burli, who successfully defended their dissertations and received their doctoral degrees at the Winter 2018 Commencement.

Technology connects a laboratory island of Panama with the academy of the world

The island, which is part of the Barro Colorado National Monument, was previously an elevation of 171 meters, but it lost almost 30 meters when the waters of the Chagres River were dammed and the artificial lake GatĂșn was formed, feeding the interoceanic waterway.

Geography alum talks about her journey and the significance of Black History Month

Danielle Prioleau, class of 2010, is profiled in A Day in the Life, a segment highlighting the employees of Emergenct Managment in NYC.

Student Profile: Dena Restaino

Doctoral student pursues a life-long marine biology passion

Greg Willis sets a camera trap to census animal populations.

PRISM Rainforest Connection and Ocelot Conservation Project Work to Save Big Cats in Panama

Dr. Jackie Giacalone Willis (PRISM) and her husband Greg Willis, place 26+ spy cameras on one of the island's paths to get shots of wild animals in the depths of a tropical forest.

Chemistry Professor Cancer Free for 30 Years

Dr. Mark Whitener, Chemistry and Biochemistry, presented a talk in honor of being 30 years cancer free!