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Professor John Morano Receives 2023 Donald Warncke Award

John Morano, Professor of Communication, was selected as the recipient of the 2023 Donald Warncke Award. The award, which has been given out annually by the Faculty Association of Monmouth University (FAMCO) since 1980, honors an employee who has distinguished themself through outstanding service and dedication to the community. “This year, the FAMCO Executive Committee […]

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Communication Department Hosts Career Event

The Department of Communication held a career and networking event at the Ocean First Bank Center on Wednesday, April 5. The event featured six Monmouth alumni panelists who discussed their jobs, tips for students, and knowing your worth in a career setting. Panelists included Larissa Cardoza, Program Director at Integrity Continuing Education; Shimriya Richard, Senior […]

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SGA Attends Conference at Texas A&M University

Monmouth’s Student Government Association (SGA) attended the Conference of Student Government Associations (COSGA) hosted by Texas A&M University from Friday, March 31 to Monday, April 3. SGA is the governing body of all the student clubs and organizations on campus. The association recognizes over 100 groups every year, overseeing the annual funding process for eligible […]

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Dr. Daneshgar Presents on “Ghost Forests”

Pedram Daneshgar, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, presented the penultimate educational Climate Crisis Teach-In event on Tuesday, April 4. The event, titled, “Ghost Forests: What’s lost and What’s Gained?” explained the emergence of “Ghost Forests” and their ecological impacts. The term “Ghost Forests” refers to an area of dead trees that have been exposed to water, […]

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Afro-Caribbean Literature Class Visits the MET

Luis Mora-Ballesteros, Ph.D., Lecturer of Spanish and Literatures of Latin America and the Caribbean, took his Afro-Caribbean Literature class to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the MET) in New York City on Thursday, April 6. There, they visited the exhibit spotlighting Afro-Hispanic painter Juan de Pareja. The class, which consists of nine students, departed from […]

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University is Gifted $21 Million by Anonymous Donor

On Monday, March 27, Monmouth University announced its largest single gift in the institution’s history, a donation of $21 million from an anonymous donor. The donation, in accordance with the benefactor’s wishes, will go towards establishing a scholarship that benefits high-achieving undergraduate students with the greatest financial risk, thus allowing them access to a private […]