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University Professor Identifies Origins of the Gender Wage Gap in New Book

Yasemin Besen-Cassino finds gap begins in teen years and widens with age

New Montclair State Presidential Scholars Program Puts Students - and Jersey - in a Stronger State of Mind

New Jersey’s high-achieving student applicants to receive scholarships and program support

Vietnam Hero and NBC Analyst Colonel Jack Jacobs to Discuss Military Media Coverage

Decorated Veteran and renowned television personality will provide perceptions from the front lines as part of School of Communication and Media’s Communication Industry Speaker Series

University Garners 10 MarCom Awards

Photo by Gina Eide

These new Justice Studies grads are headed to Washington, D.C. as recruits for the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department.

Twin D.C. Police Recruits: Marta and Marija Spajic

Gina Eide

Professor Elizabeth Emery

NEH Grant for Elizabeth Emery

Gennadi Novash

NJ DEP Commissioner Bob Martin makes his introductory remarks

Eco-Partners

NJ DEP delegation visits CSAM for a day of discussion seeking areas of possible collaboration

Mike Peters

Montclair professor Jeffrey Miller has discovered the earliest known draft of the King James Bible

Jeffrey A. Miller Discovers the Earliest Known Draft of the King James Bible

Musical Theatre alumni Amanda Phillips '11 and Joshua Dela Cruz '11 dance, twirl and get engaged in viral video.

Engaged! College of the Arts Alumni Video Goes Viral

Mark Willis, 2014 BFA Dance alumnus, joined the Limón Dance Company with whom he will be performing as part of Paul Taylor’s American Modern Dance season at Lincoln Center from March 10 through 29.

BFA Dance Alumnus Mark Willis '14 Joins Limón Dance Company

Will perform with Company at Lincoln Center March 10-29