University Debuts Research Portal
As part of its partnership with Research with New Jersey, Montclair State University’s online research portal, Research with Montclair, debuted in early 2019.
“The portal gives visitors a quick look at the state, national and international impact of the University’s outstanding research efforts,” says Vice Provost for Research and Dean of The Graduate School Scott Herness. “It is also an efficient way for entrepreneurs to connect with the cutting-edge research breakthroughs that can lead to the creation of new products and bolster the state’s reputation as a national leader in innovation.”
The portal includes an interactive map that shows the extent of the University’s collaborative research reach as well as abstracts of published works and researcher biographical information.
“The portal is also an efficient way for entrepreneurs to connect with the cutting-edge research breakthroughs that can lead to the creation of new products and bolster the state’s reputation as a national leader in innovation.”
Montclair State is among six leading New Jersey universities contributing to Research with NJ, a scientific database launched in 2018 by Governor Phil Murphy to foster scientific collaboration and support the continued development of New Jersey’s innovation economy.
While the Research with Montclair portal showcases University research and researchers, it also links to the research produced at Rutgers University, Princeton University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rowan University and Stevens Institute of Technology, which are all part of the Research with NJ program.
Research is critical to the mission of the University, which has just recently earned the designation of R2 Doctoral University — High Research Activity — in the most recent reclassification by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. (See this story for more information on the classification.)