Thomas Edison State University President Merodie A. Hancock, PhD, has named Michael Mancini as chief of staff of the institution and secretary to the university’s Board of Trustees. “I am extremely pleased that Michael is … Continue reading "Michael Mancini Named Chief of Staff and Secretary...
New Jersey native will return home, bringing to The College of New Jersey 30 years of experience as a proven teacher, scholar, leader, and staunch advocate of public higher education. The TCNJ Board of Trustees … Continue reading "Dr. Kathryn A. Foster named TCNJ’s 16th president"
The Rowan College at Burlington County Foundation held its most successful fundraiser to date last month, as the college continues to make higher education more affordable and accessible in Burlington County. The ninth annual Celebration of Philanthropy … Continue reading "RCBC raised a record $250,000 for student scholarships"
Over the past two years, the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Initiative has employed over 300 youths, ages 16 – 21, in summer jobs in government, nonprofit, and private sector organizations. In this collaboration with the … Continue reading "2018 Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Kickoff Breakfast"
TRENTON, N.J. – Merodie A. Hancock, Ph.D., was unanimously elected the fourth president of Thomas Edison State University by the institution’s Board of Trustees at a special board meeting today. She will take office … Continue reading "Merodie A. Hancock Selected as President of Thomas...
PRINCETON, NJ, October, 23 2017 – On Friday, September 15, 2017, the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) elected two new Trustees: Courtney Lang and Yvette Saeko Lanneaux, Esq. ’88. PBC’s Board of Trustees is a highly-committed group … Continue reading "Princeton-Blairstown Center Elects Two New Trustees"
EAST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP. Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed National Library Week April 9 to 15, with the theme “Libraries Transform” and recognized the important role of the two East Windsor branches, Hickory Corner and Twin … Continue reading "Librarys Transform during National Library Week"
11:30 a.m. The Moving Forward Bus Tour of Recent Trenton Development Sponsored by Greater Trenton Leaves from Trenton Hall, with stops at: – Glen Cairn Hall – Roebling Lofts – NJ Realtors … Continue reading "Mercer Community College Ribbon Ceremony"
Mayor’s Kickoff Breakfast Launched the Summer Youth Employment Program for 2017 Trenton, NJ – On Tuesday, April 4 the Mayor of the City of Trenton, Eric E. Jackson, and various key stakeholders will publicly announce … Continue reading "2017 Summer Youth Employment Program"
EAST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP. Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed Read Across America Day – March 2, endorsing Read Across America-NJ, calling upon East Windsor citizens to read on that day with their children, and recommitting “our … Continue reading "East Windsor Mayor Mironov Endorsing Read Across America-NJ"