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Johanna Foster Receives National Recognition from AAUP

Johanna Foster, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, Endowed Chair in Social Ethics, and President of The Faculty Union at Monmouth University (FAMCO), received the 2022 Marilyn Sternberg Award from the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). According to the AAUP, the award was established in 1981 and recognizes the AAUP member “who best demonstrates concern […]


IGU Presents Global Visionary Award

Monmouth University’s Institute for Global Understanding (IGU) hosted a Global Visionary Lecture titled “From War to Peace and Human Dignity: The United Nations and a Transformative Global Order” on Thursday, March 31. Ramu Damodaran, former chief of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), was awarded the University’s Global Visionary Award, followed by a lecture and […]

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School of Nursing and Health Studies Faces Concerns

The Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies has experienced concerning enrollment trends and questions about academic leadership, presenting potential issues for students in the Nursing, Health and Physical Education, Occupational Therapy, and Physician Assistant departments. Concerns regarding student enrollment have been especially prevalent for the University’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) […]

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Sociology Club Hosts Fundraiser for Ukraine

Monmouth University’s Sociology Club hosted a fundraising event to raise awareness about the Russia-Ukraine conflict and collect donations toward Razom for Ukraine on Thursday, March 10.Anastasiya Levytska, a sophomore math and primary education student, first came up with the idea to host the fundraiser. She approached Kayleigh Rucinski, a junior computer science student and President […]

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Model UN Competes at Harvard After COVID Hiatus

Monmouth University’s Model UN team traveled to Boston to compete in the nation’s oldest Model UN contest at Harvard University from Feb. 10-13. The contest is very large and competitive, drawing national and international participants. Ken Mitchell, Ph.D., professor of political science, traveled with the team, composed of 19 students, as their faculty advisor. He […]