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Category: Research

Tens of Thousands of Black Teachers in the South and Border States Lost Their Jobs Post-Brown. What About Those Outside the South?

A new report by Educational Foundations Professor Zoë Burkholder examines the trajectory of Black teachers in the North before and after 1954.

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College ‘Green Teams’ Tackle Pressing Environmental and Climate Challenges

Montclair hosts students from 30 universities to partner with communities, companies to solve sustainability concerns

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Montclair’s SGA President Advocates for Change from Campus to Capitol Hill

Graduate Spotlight: Richard Steiner-Otoo, a ‘once in a decade’ Red Hawk leader, sets his sights on public service

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Students Showcase Research at 2024 Symposium

Diverse topics range from affirmative action, tea culture and gun violence to robots in the hospitality industry

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Bristol Myers Squibb to Fund Research for Five CSAM Students

Pharmaceutical company will support five health-focused research projects conducted by Montclair students

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Montclair Graduate Students Pioneer Maternal Child Health Nutrition Program

Two nutrition students TRANSCEND research on breastfeeding, prenatal nutrition information

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Non-pharmaceutical Interventions for COVID-19 Proved Most Effective When Universally Adopted, Studies Show

Professor co-authored two studies looking at mitigation strategies in U.S. and China

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Balancing Audiology and Exercise Science Needs

Montclair State University’s Audiology Clinic leverages cutting-edge virtual reality tool for enhanced balance assessment and research

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How Effective Communication Can Benefit Scientists

The power of storytelling is at the heart of Montclair State University’s Mario M. Casabona Future Scientists Awards Program

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Study: Gen Z Perceive Risk ‘Everywhere They Turn,’ Early Research Shows

Interviews shed light on risk factors contributing to youth mental health crisis, including mass shootings, social media and the climate crisis

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Musical Numbers: Understanding How Math and Music Merge

In building a thongophone for mathematical analysis of its pipes for pitch, Montclair students find the connection between music and math

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Study: ‘Pizzagate’ Posts on X Spike Dramatically After Elon Musk Boosted the Conspiracy

The debunked conspiracy is foundational to QAnon, experts say, and a fictitious representation of human trafficking