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Provost Addresses COVID Concerns

The University has transitioned away from virtual learning for the fall semester, with 75 percent of undergraduate courses and 68 percent of graduate courses being taught in person. For many, this has raised concerns over the safety of returning to campus due to the ongoing pandemic. Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Pamela […]

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NJ Gang Expert Talks Rise In Youth Violence

President of the East Coast Gang Investigators Asso­ciation Edwin Torres spoke with members of the Guard­ians Club regarding the rise of youth street gangs, on Wednesday, Sept. 15. “I’ve been on the job for 33 years,” Torres said. “Almost all of my career has been dedicated to addressing street gangs.” Torres began his career as […]

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President Leahy Announces Grounds Improvement Initiative

The Office of the President sent a University-wide email highlighting the efforts made by the departments of Campus Planning and Facilities Management on improving the school’s grounds, on Friday, Sept. 17. This initiative for improvement is a part of President Leahy’s Five-Year Strategic plan for Monmouth—a culmination of endeavors that identify the University with three […]

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Leahy Gives COVID Update

President Patrick F. Leahy Ed.D., and Specialist Professor of Communication Matt Harmon discussed the fall semester on their weekly “Monmouth Mondays” podcast on Friday, Sep. 3. The episode detailed COVID-19  related health protocols and updates to campus facilities. “We so desperately wanted COVID to be in the rearview mirror,” Leahy said. “We got to May […]

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Director Murray Joins IssuesWatch Podcast

Patrick Murray, Director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, joined the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA)’s IssuesWatch Podcast to discuss the sampling process behind political polling. Polling raises credulity, Murray explained. “How could you interview 500-800 thousand people and get something that is pretty close to what millions of people think? The […]