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University Changes COVID-19 Vaccination Protocol

Monmouth University announced an update to its COVID-19 vaccination protocol, stating that community members are no longer required to get the COVID-19 vaccine primary series or bivalent booster. Effective at the start of the Summer 2023 semester, the change in protocol makes vaccination “highly recommend[ed]” rather than mandated. Other New Jersey colleges including Seton Hall […]

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Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Hosts Spring Induction

Monmouth’s Phi Eta Sigma (PES) National Freshman Honor Society chapter held its spring induction ceremony for new members on Friday, March 3 at Pollak Theatre. The honor society is a leadership organization that specifically honors freshmen in institutions of higher education. According to Nancy Mezey, Ph.D., Professor and Dean of the Honors School, this semester […]

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Men’s Lacrosse Earns OT Win Over Mount St. Mary’s, 8-7

The Monmouth University men’s lacrosse team continued the strong start to their season with a thrilling overtime victory over Mount St. Mary’s at Waldron Family Stadium on Saturday, March 4. The Hawks were able to open the scoring and establish a lead thanks to senior attacker Connor Macrae, assisted by future overtime hero Matt Karsian, […]

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LHBS Pilots New Micro-Credential Program

This semester, the Leon Hess Business School (LHBS) has piloted its micro-credential program, a collection of courses that undergraduate business students can complete for quantifiable learning outcomes, earning them a micro-credential badge. This badge serves as a digital verification of competency to future employers. As per the School’s website, “The LHBS provides micro-credentials to validate […]

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Black Women and Resistance

As part of its Black History Month programming, Monmouth’s African Diaspora Studies (ADS) Program, presented “Black Women and Resistance,” on Thursday, Feb. 23. The event featured presentations from three Monmouth faculty and closed with a panel Q&A. Julius Adekunle, Ph.D., Professor for the Department of History and Anthropology and Director of the ADS Program, presented […]

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Career Development Talks Salary Negotiations for Adulting 101 Series

Career Development hosted a virtual event titled, “Salary Negotiation and Understanding Your Benefits” as a part of their Adulting 101 Series on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Jeffrey Mass, Director of Employer Engagement for the Department of Career Development, and Kathleen Stein, Director of Employee Benefits for the Department of Human Resources, appeared as guest speakers. The […]

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Comp-Sci Students Give Their Take on Artificial Intelligence

Monmouth University’s Polling Institute released the results of its national survey “Artificial Intelligence Use Prompts Concerns” on Wednesday, Feb. 15. According to the Polling Institute’s website, “Awareness of AI (Artificial Intelligence) developments has increased over the past decade, but opinion about its potential impact remains largely unchanged, with a few exceptions.” The survey reported that […]