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Linda Darling-Hammond

Learning Policy Institute President to Visit Montclair State University

Linda Darling-Hammond to discuss the state of teacher education

Group of smiling alumni and their families at MSU Homecoming

Red Hawks Flock to Homecoming 2018

MSU Alumnus Cole Mills and another dancer performing on TV show So You Think You Can Dance

Alumnus Cole Mills Appears on So You Think You Can Dance

Passion and talent earn dancer a finalist spot on hit TV show

New Blues Clues host and MSU alum Joshua Dela Cruz smiling in front of blue background.

Nickelodeon Announces Alumnus Joshua Dela Cruz ’11 as Host of New “Blue’s Clues”

Rainwater collected in rock ravine by side of road.

Earth and Environmental Studies Students Receive EPA Award

Grant funds project to remove contaminants from urban stormwater

Britah Odondi, a graduate student working for the Office of Civic and Voter Engagement, helps sophomore Killian Ramsthaler register to vote.

Campus Efforts Guide Students to Voting Booth

Montclair State integrates civic engagement into its mission, curriculum and campus life

Groups of students smiling and enjoying the Montclair State University campus green on a sunny day.

Census Day: Montclair State by the Numbers

University enrollment hits historic high in its 110th milestone anniversary

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Montclair State University Announces Transformational Fundraising Campaign

Comprehensive campaign for student scholarships, research programs and campus improvements targets historic $75 million goal

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Promoting Student Diversity in STEM Disciplines

Dean takes part in prestigious U.S. Speaker and Specialist Program for Brazil

Student decorating Calcia locker.

Art in the Halls

Summer project enlivens Calcia Hall lockers

President’s Opening Day Address

September 4, 2018

Graduate walking across stage at CHSS Convocation ceremony under flag.

New Looks for a New Academic Year, 110 Years After the Very First Class