The University has transitioned away from virtual learning for the fall semester, with 75 percent of undergraduate courses and 68 percent of graduate courses being taught in person. For many, this has raised concerns over the safety of returning to campus due to the ongoing pandemic. Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Pamela […]
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The Monmouth University School of Humanities and Social Sciences held a panel discussion on the wrongful convictions of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter and John Artis on Friday, Sept. 17. The event took place over Zoom and featured panelists John Artis, H. Lee Sarokin, Lesra Martin, Vanessa Potkin, and moderator Raymond M. Brown. “All institutions of higher […]
At certain unexpected times in our lives, some of us experience life-changing personal catastrophes; the kind of catastrophes that cause us to fundamentally reinvent ourselves, learning to live as a person affected by such traumas.
On the afternoon of Jan. 6, rioters stormed the Capitol building as electoral college votes were being counted in the House of Representatives chamber. Three months later, arrests are still being made.
The University held a panel discussion of COVID-19’s impacts on the education system, and how the virus is furthering the gap in racial equity among students, on Wednesday, Apr. 7.
The fourth installment of this year’s World Cinema Series analyzed the 2019 documentary drama Honeyland with virtual discussion led by Monmouth faculty Pedram Daneshgar, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology and Mihaela Moscaliuc, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, on Thursday, March 11.
Education students seeking to complete their student teaching hours have faced many changes in the structure of these requirements as a result of the ongoing pandemic.
Emmy and Peabody award-winning journalist, documentary producer, trial attorney, and author Jack Ford joined the University as an Adjunct Professor this fall to teach his seminar, Trials of the Century, to students in the Honors School.
The Monmouth University Men’s and Women’s track & field teams both competed at the Villanova Invitational, which was hosted at the Ocean Breeze facility in Staten Island, New York this past weekend [Feb. 1].