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Category: Faculty Voices

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Jellyfish Safety and More Beach Season Tips

Biology Professor Paul Bologna shares advice on jellyfish stings, sharks and more for the summer season

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Harmful Algal Blooms May Impact Your Water

HABs in our lakes and drinking water reservoirs are a danger to humans, pets and wildlife, says aquatic ecologist Meiyin Wu

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Earth Day 2022: NJ’s Biggest Green Challenges

Faculty experts weigh in on the environmental issues in the state that need attention and action

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Five Questions With . . . Junius Gonzales

A conversation with Montclair’s new Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Experts Share Predictions for 2022

What to expect in travel, real estate, the economy and more

How Holiday Shopping Will Be Different This Year

Supply chain issues aren’t the only changes this shopping season

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How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

Exercising can fight stress and balance holiday excess

It’s OK to Talk About Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Using social media to share stories of fertility struggles can help families cope

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Bullying in School Often Reflects the Outside World

Expert advice to consider during World Bullying Prevention Month in October

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The 9/11 Attacks Changed Everything About Life in America

On the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, our faculty experts weigh in on how our lives were affected

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Tips for Checking on Student and Teacher Health and Well-Being

Children need the chance to “tell their story” about the pandemic

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With Kids Back in School, Now’s the Time for Big Changes

This “new normal” is a chance to offer better resources to students