If your favorite day of the year is Super Bowl Sunday, a career in the NFL may be the path for you. Learn about positions through the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s “Before the Snap” live webinar series.
Mary Chiọma Okorie, a Ph.D. candidate, received a Younger Chemists Committee Leadership Development Award to attend the Younger Leaders Track at the annual ACS Leadership Institute.
Sua Mendez, B.A. ’19/M.A. ’21 has landed a position as the assistant registrar for outgoing loans and collections at the MET.
Population health management expert says health care is trending away from hospitals and into homes, communities
The Center for Catholic Studies hosts the Spring Lonergan Lecture by Sanders on February 23th, at 3:30 Chancellor's Suite.
Interested in a $10,000 stipend for successfully completing a semester on a mobile health unit while advancing health equity for the medically underserved in the City of Newark?
Museum Professions graduate student Emily Rainbolt discusses upcoming exhibition at the Morris Museum and reflects on internship experience.
The 5th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Day Symposium brought students, faculty, staff and members of the community together to draw inspiration from the words, actions and life of MLK.
A current dual degree graduate student and assistant, Alondra Duncan-Belford guides fellow students through the School of Diplomacy’s internship programs and helps establish their career goals.
Valuable insights into how technology is transforming the way students learn, research, and engage with their professors and peers, as well as the role of higher education in preparing digital citizens equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in a rapidly changing technological landscape.
English graduate student, Frank Hunter, is working on a book project, consisting of a translation of Perpetua's Passio, accompanied by two companion texts, Acta Brevia, and five scholarly articles.
The Career Center is excited to have launched the pilot of the shadowing program on Jan. 26.