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University News

Category: Health

In January 2020, New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy spoke at the third annual NJ Maternal Health Day at Montclair State University.

Nurturing More Equitable Maternal Health in New Jersey

University supports NJ First Lady’s effort to eliminate racial disparities in maternal and infant mortality

‘COVID Team’ Members Bring the Science

The experts guiding the University’s successful reopening and ongoing pandemic response

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COVID Concierge

Former athletics director takes on new role helping students in isolation and quarantine

Scholarships available for RNs in University’s online MSN Program; Apply by February 1

Support for Nursing Students During the Pandemic

Scholarships available for RNs in University’s online MSN Program; Apply by February 1

Chuks Diayi

NJ COVID-19 Service Corps Prepares for Recovery

New AmeriCorps initiative will keep allied health workers on the front lines

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill Visits On-Campus COVID-19 Testing Site

Lisa Lieberman and Eva Goldfarb

Experts: Sex Education Should Begin in Kindergarten

First-of-its-kind research shows sex education yields positive outcomes beyond STD and pregnancy prevention

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Get Your Hawk Check Stickers!

Community Health Ambassadors reward Hawk Check users with stickers and swag

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Wearing is Caring

Masks, essential to controlling COVID-19 spread, have also become campus fashion

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Wear Your Mask Properly, Please

How to confront – or not – those who fumble mask-wearing or social-distancing

Community Health Ambassador Adam Burger

Positive Peer Pressure

Community Health Ambassadors help students prevent the spread of COVID-19

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Providing a Safe Space for Recovery

State grant allows University to expand Red Hawk Recovery Program