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World Cinema Series Analyzes International Drama Atlantics

The World Cinema Series returned with an analysis of the 2019 romantic drama Atlantics. An illumination of the theme “Living on the Edge: Displacement, Identity, and Resilience,” virtual discussion was hosted by Thomas Pearson, Ph.D., and led by Julius Adekunle, Ph.D., Professor in the department of History and Anthropology and Lisa Vetere, Ph.D., Associate Professor […]


University Police Captain Warns of Scammers

Dean Volpe, CHPP, Captain of the Monmouth University Police Department, sent out a campus-wide email addressing numerous attempts by scammers to steal money from University students, staff, and faculty. “Helping you to avoid falling prey to these scams is a priority of the Monmouth University Police Department,” Volpe wrote. To that end, I am writing […]


MU Debate Wins Team And Individual Award

Monmouth University’s Policy Debate team won team and individual speaking awards at the American Debate Association’s Fall Championship tournament, hosted by the University of Minnesota, from Saturday, Nov. 13 to Monday, Nov. 15. Debaters Devin Coia and Valentina Lazoja received a team trophy for progressing past the Quarter-Final playoff round, which indicates the final 8 […]


Panel Discussion Concerning The Protection of Whales

The Monmouth University Institute for Global Understanding (IGU) and Urban Coast Institute (UCI) began the second season of their joint Global Ocean Governance Lecture Series with a panel discussion of international issues and challenges concerning the protection of whales, on Wednesday, Oct. 13. The discussion was moderated by Professor Randall Abate, director of the IGU, […]

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Kenneth Womack, Ph.D., Interviewed For 9/11 Historical Exhibit

Melissa Ziobro, Specialist Professor of Public History at Monmouth University, interviewed Kenneth Womack, Ph.D., as part of the Monmouth County Historical Association exhibit “Monmouth County, 9/11, and Its Aftermath.” Womack authored the books “World Trade Center Through Time” and “The Restaurant at the End of the World.” In September 2001, Womack was in his fourth […]


MU Center For American Music Announces Springsteen Exhibit

The GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center in partnership with the GRAMMY Museum, Bruce Spingsteen Archives, and Center for American Music at Monmouth University have announced a traveling exhibit titled “Bruce Springsteen Live,” beginning Friday, Oct. 1 and running through Sunday, March 20. The exhibit features artifacts, live performance footage, instruments, stage costumes, exclusive interviews, concert […]

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Senator Cory Booker Comes to Campus, Answers Student Questions

U.S. Senator Cory Booker recently answered live questions from Monmouth students on a wide array of social and political topics on Wedensday, Oct. 13. The conversation, “Are Politics and Spiritual Values Compatible?” was moderated by Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Insitute. Patrick Leahy, President of Monmouth University, introduced Booker, detailing how the […]


Virtual Discussion Held On ESG Investing

Scott A. Jeffrey, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Management and Leadership, alongside Jonathan A. Daigle, Ph.D., MBA, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate, gave a virtual presentation titled “ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) Investing: Truth or Fiction?,” on Monday, Oct. 4. The brief lecture was part of the […]

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Dean Mauro Gives Call to Action For Healthcare Professionals

Ann Marie P. Mauro, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies, gave a virtual presentation titled “Climate & Health Policy: A Call to Action for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals,” on Monday, Oct. 4. The brief lecture was part of the University’s “Wake Up to Climate Change” Climate Crisis Teach-In, informing listeners of […]