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Technology & Entrepreneurship Talent Network

21. April 2014

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The Technology & Entrepreneurship Talent Network will host a series of events next week to discuss and promote the technology sector in New Jersey. Starts  Monday, April 21, 2014 at 1 p.m. According to a recent press release, “the tech sector is one of the fastest growing in the state and early stage entrepreneurial companies […]

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The Man Who Discovered The Butler: Wil Haygood share a memorable story

14. March 2014

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By Shana Russell Wil Haygood: The Man Who Discovered The Butler In August of 2013, I found myself at the Regal Theatre in Union Square to view the critically acclaimed film The Butler. The crowded theater was silent as the image of a Southern lynching opened the film. It was an ambitious project. A fictional […]

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Rutgers University-Newark’s School of Public Affairs and Administration to Host Northeast Region 2014 Policy Solutions Challenge, USA

4. March 2014

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The School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark hosted the Northeast Region Policy Solutions Challenge, USA on Feb. 28 and March 1, 2014. The Policy Solutions Challenge, USA (http://PolicyChallenge-USA.org) offers an annual policy analysis competition for U.S. schools of public policy, public affairs, and public administration. Every year, teams of students from the […]

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Newark Museum Director Says Decision to Come to NJ Was Easy

20. February 2014

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The Newark Museum has received some new additions, including a new director. Newark Museum Director and CEO Steven Kern told NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider that his decision to take the job at the museum was an easy one to make. “This is…

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City Without Walls Welcomes New Executive Director: Ebony T. Simpson

19. February 2014

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After a comprehensive search and recruitment process, the cWOW Executive Search Committee is proud to present the new Executive Director of City Without Walls: Ebony T. Simpson. Ebony brings a vitality and enthusiasm to cWOW that has been a trademark of our organization for its 38 years. She is a proud daughter of Newark, a […]

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ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT IS KEY TO AFRICAN & LATINOS AMERICAN FUTURE

12. February 2014

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Ron Busby [African American History] As America begins the annual ritual of “celebrating” the countless achievements of African Americans during the February observance of Black History Month, I think it makes sense to remind each other that the things we do every day will be the historical recollections for future generations. There is no question […]

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Rutgers Business School Dean Glenn Shafer announced the creation of the $3 million George F. Farris Chair in Entrepreneurship

29. January 2014

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  Rutgers Business School Dean Glenn Shafer announced the creation of the $3 million George F. Farris Chair in Entrepreneurship, an endowed faculty position that will enhance the school’s efforts to provide a premier program of study to new generations of entrepreneurs. Professor George F. Farris and his wife Sukyin Agnes Farris. Professor Farris spent […]

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Help wanted: 2014 Super Bowl promises to create thousands of temporary jobs

17. January 2014

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With more than 400,000 visitors expected to flood the region for the Super Bowl and other game-related festivities next month, area roads and mass transit are bound to be even busier than usual.  All 82,566 seats at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford are sold out for Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2.   The New York/New […]

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City of Newark Beta Website, First Envisioned at #HackNWK, Up and Running

17. December 2013

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A screenshot of the beta version of the Newark website. | Esther Surden Last month the city of Newark released the beta version of its newly designed website, created by the winner of the #HackNWK hackathon in June 2013. NJTechWeekly.com covered the…

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So Do you Think you can Dance, then Audition at NJPAC tomorrow, no Really

11. December 2013

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  The  Arts Ed division of the New Jersey Performing Art Center, will be having  auditions for dancers to perform with Dance Theater of Harlem when they perform at NJPAC on January 17th. There are very specific requirements, they  are looking for female intermediate-level ballet dancers between the ages of 8 and 12, and between 50 and […]

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