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How Charter Schools Can Increase Equity

New research highlights the need for greater emphasis on underserved populations when authorizing new schools

Screenshot of a Tweet by Twitter CEO Elon Musk, inviting users to vote in a poll that asks "Should Twitter offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?" Out of 3,162,112 votes, 72.4% voted YES and 27.6% voted NO.

Study: Use of ‘Groomer’ Hate Speech Increased on Twitter After Colorado Springs Nightclub Shooting

Findings points to impact of CEO Musk’s ‘general amnesty’ on the social media platform

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Study Examines Qatar World Cup Controversy and Boycott

Human rights activists are ramping up protest efforts using hashtags like #boycottqatar2022

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Study Finds Hate Speech on Twitter Increased Quickly After Elon Musk Takeover

The billionaire CEO has promised to reduce “too woke” restrictions on the platform

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Asteroid Impact that Killed Dinosaurs Triggered ‘Mega-earthquake’ that Lasted Months

Montclair PhD candidate presents evidence of new findings at Geological Society of America’s Annual Conference

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Telling an Untold Story

Montclair professor’s research shines light on COVID-19’s long-term impact on undocumented immigrants, essential workers

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Pumpkin Spice is Still Nice in 2022, Study Finds

Just in time for National Pumpkin Spice Day on Oct. 1, new research shows that pumpkin spice is as popular as ever on social media

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Discoveries in Japan

Students conduct research with renowned Japanese labs under the guidance of two Montclair professors

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Physics Professor Awarded $436,000 Grant for Neutron Research

Work could shed light on fundamental problems in physics

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Mapping a Greener Future

Green Teams deliver for PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies and organizations in New Jersey

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Master’s in HR Analytics Program Launches at Feliciano School of Business

The STEM-designated Human Resources program is first of its kind in New Jersey

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Grants Provide More Than $1.2 Million for Computer Science Education

Montclair research team is creating educational programs for northern New Jersey schools