Stemming the Tide of STEM Students’ Outmigration Brain Drain. It’s the phrase for the best and brightest New Jersey high school students leaving the state. And it’s a frequent lament of business leaders, politicians, university officials, economists and – for those of us paying out-of-state tuition – parents. The Research & Development Council of New […]
Princeton University was ranked 8th in the world, behind six other U.S. universities and Oxford in the U.K., out of nearly 1,500 institutions in the U.S. and 80 other countries, according to U.S. News and World Report. The university was named best in the U.S. last month. 6 N.J. Schools Named among Best in World […]
Jackie Lue Raia of Fairleigh Dickinson University joins us to chat about the circus, bull riding/fighting and some cool food tours you can go on.
The Office of Higher Education Secretary Zakiya Smith Ellis and the Executive Director of New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority David Socolow presented their FY20 proposed budget. The FY20 budget includes State appropriations of $1.65 billion in direct support for higher education services, including institutional support for public and independent institutions of higher education, […]
Steve Adubato sits down with Zakiya Smith Ellis, New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education, to explore the issues of affordability of higher education and the racial inequality gap, in this broadcast of State of Affairs with Steve Adubato.