Laptops and tablets are increasingly present in academic classrooms. Over the last few decades, most students are carrying a laptop in replacement of traditional books. In recent years, the effectiveness of using electronic devices in the classroom are in question. On one hand they are as helpful tools; on the other side, they seem to […]
The Leon Hess Business School, First to Fly, and the Intercultural Center co-sponsored an event titled, “From Where I Stand,” featuring guest speaker Saul Flores on Monday, Nov. 7. The purpose of the event was to inspire first-generation college students and those of varying backgrounds to overcome their personal, academic, and financial barriers in pursuit […]
Monmouth University’s Police Department (MUPD) hosted a virtual meeting about personal safety and security on Thursday, Oct. 20. The online forum was made available to the entire campus community, advertised as an opportunity to discuss topics related to crime prevention, community caretaking, and self-awareness with MUPD police and safety officers. Carlos Ortiz, MUPD’s Chief of […]
Monmouth University ranked among the top-20 regional best universities according to U.S. News & World’s 2022-2023 report for “Best Colleges.” For the second consecutive year, the university achieved the ranking of #18 in the North Category. This year’s report assessed over 1,500 schools nationwide. As often advertised to prospective students and those existing, the University […]
Monmouth University held its annual Fall Convocation and Employee Reception on Friday, Sept. 9 at Pollak Theater. Coordinated by the Office of Human Resources, this event hosted almost 200 attendees. The celebration is a gathering to welcome back existing faculty and staff members as well as new ones. Dr. Patrick Leahy, President of Monmouth University, […]
Michael Salvatore, Ph.D. is headed to Kean University as the Senior Vice President for Administration. Salvatore worked on the development of the Educational doctoral program at MU a year before it was created in 2017 and has consistency served as a teaching fellow since the inauguration of the program. He also served 22 years as an early childhood educator, principal, district administrator, assistant superintendent and most recently, superintendent of Long Branch public schools. Dr. Salvatore will continue as superintended until January 31, 2021.
The unexpected rise in price of rental properties in Long Branch has caused many Monmouth University students to look for other housing alternatives, according to students and specialists.