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Erin Keller

The Hewitt girls enjoy an interpretive hike through the woods

The Hewitt School Visits NJSOC

The sixth grade girls from NYC experience the great outdoors in Stokes State Forest

Christopher Shea

Students check out a bear trap during the Black Bear Ecology class

Mullica and Folsom Township Schools Visit Stokes State Forest

South Jersey schools continue their long standing tradition of providing outdoor educational experiences for their sixth-graders.

Hackensack Meridian Health Hosted a Green Team of New Jersey-Based College Students to Promote Sustainability

Equipped with varied academic backgrounds, the students gained real world experience on the job while Hackensack Meridian Health welcomed their fresh perspective regarding the environment.

Erin Keller

The Brearley girls enjoy a crisp fall day on Lake Wapalanne

The Brearley School Makes Annual Pilgrimage to NJSOC

Veronica Puza

Just a small sampling of the aquatic macro-invertabrates that the students collected during their Water Ecology session.

Livingston Park Elementary School Has Yet Another Memorable Trip to the School of Conservation

Continuing the long tradition of providing their fifth graders with an outdoor educational experience, the North Brunswick school returns to the NJSOC

Renewable & Innovative Sustainability Entrepreneurs

Students create new RISE Innovation Lab to support sustainable concepts and ideas

Innovations in Food Sustainability: Call for Pitch Entries!

Are you interested in food (I mean who isn’t!)? Are you interested in sustainability (we hope you know what that means!)?

Study in Graz, Austria and conduct research through the Austrian Marshall Plan Scholarship

The Scholarship supports student's thesis research under the mentorship of a University of Graz faculty member, in collaboration with a Montclair State faculty member.

Megan Roeder, PhD student in Mathematics Education, presented her work at the NCTM regional conferences

The conferences were held in Orlando and Chicago, and Megan presented her work entitled Scratch Programming: An Engaging Way to Learn Coordinates.

Marine Biology Master's student takes flight researching with drones

Lauren O’Neil and Dr. Amy Ferdinand are conducting a study at a pond located in Byram Township in Sussex County, where Lauren is studying the biology of a species of freshwater clam.