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University News

Category: Humanities and Social Sciences

Nurturing More Equitable Maternal Health in New Jersey

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

This is What Democracy Looks Like?

Montclair State scholars launch conversations on nation’s challenges

Nydia Monagas

Nydia Monagas Named to New Jersey Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect

Montclair State professor will help develop statewide child abuse prevention plan

Character Matters

Research institute studies how to help youth develop mindfulness, gratitude, empathy, character and more

James Woodard Book Named Outstanding Academic Title of 2020

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

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Opinion: We’re Likely Stuck with Trump Until the Very End

By Ian Drake
Associate Professor of Political Science and Law

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Opinion: We Have Witnessed an American Tragedy

By Leslie Wilson
Montclair State Professor of History and the Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences 

Italian Professor Receives NEH Faculty Award Grant

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

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German Program Nationally Recognized as Center of Excellence

Achievement reflects success in creating a community for world language learners

Master of Social Work Program at Montclair State University Receives National Accreditation

Program continues strong growth, will bring new added value with increased licensure capability for graduates

Mark Rotella

Coccia Institute Welcomes New Director

Writer Mark Rotella takes over Institute

What Needs to Change?

Social justice expert Jason Williams discusses the underlying systemic issues that create an environment in which Black people die at the hands of police