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Category: Research

James Woodard

James Woodard Book Named Outstanding Academic Title of 2020

“Brazil’s Revolution in Commerce” earns designation from American Library Association

Teresa Fiore

Italian Professor Receives NEH Faculty Award Grant

Project will create repository of materials, oral histories and an advanced course for Hispanic students

Research team “Reclaiming: ME (Muslim Educator),” top from left, Mayida Zaal, Amir Billups, Maheen Ahmad, Chedia Ayari; bottom from left, Nagla Bedir, Manar Hussein, Nushrat Hoque

Need for Representation Shapes Research on Muslim Educators

University researchers conduct nation’s first study on diversity, retention of Muslim-American teachers

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

Researchers are using insects as a way to offset malnutrition in some areas of the world. This plate of grasshoppers (chapulines) is from Tolache, a Mexican restaurant in New York City. Photo by Mike Peters. Madagascar photos courtesy of Cortni Borgerson.

Bugs! They’re What’s For Dinner

Montclair State anthropologist’s research suggests nutritious insects hold the key to food security and saving endangered lemurs in Madagascar

Student sitting on her bed at home texting

Researchers Study Impact of Coronavirus on Latinx Communities

Montclair State receives grant to advance research on health disparities, community structures and educational processes

female biology student looking into binocular microscope while wearing face mask.

University Sees Record-Breaking Year in Grant Funding

Across disciplines, faculty have received more than $22M in grants to further programs and research

NIH Grant Provides $3.55M for Memory Disorder Treatment Research

Chemistry professor’s research could one day make a difference for those suffering from memory loss

Meiyin Wu

Leading The Way

New Jersey Center for Water Science and Technology Awarded NJDEP Grant to Combat Harmful Algal Blooms

Yang Deng

Yang Deng Named University Distinguished Scholar

Professor will receive one-semester leave to pursue research in sustainable water solutions

A Close Look at Nature vs. Nurture

Psychology Professor shares her research for University’s Distinguished Scholar lecture

woman manipulating coored blocks

Grants Awarded for Down Syndrome Research

Montclair State psychology lab studies spatial abilities to help support job and living skills