NJCU in the News

New Jersey City University in the News


THE JERSEY JOURNAL/NJ.com- November 19, 2020

As Hudson County Colleges Plan for the Spring Semester, ‘Pivot’ is the Operative Word

NJCU Provost Tamara Jhashi discusses how the university has adapted its class offerings in the Fall, 2020 semester, and the plans for the spring term during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residence life at NJCU is also discussed. The article touches on all four Hudson County higher education institutions (Hudson County Community College, Saint Peter's and Stevens) but focuses on NJCU.

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BLOOMBERG NEWS- October 20, 2020

Empty Dorms Put Squeeze on Colleges to Bail Out Billions in Debt

In this national article, Bloomberg News profiles NJCU, Howard University, West Virginia State University, and Ohio’s Terra State Community College, as colleges with student housing projects financed though a separate entity, adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Fall 2020 semester. The article discusses how NJCU will help with bond payments with dorm capacity limited. Jodi Bailey, NJCU Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, is interviewed for the piece.

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THE NEW YORK TIMES- October 15, 2020

Children From Immigrant Families Are Increasingly the Face of Higher Education

This national article discusses the growth of immigrants and children of immigrants in university enrollment this century. The detailed stories of two NJCU students, Crystal Tepale and Samuel Ansah, are discussed, with comments from NJCU President Sue Henderson.

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NORTHJERSEY.COM - September 14, 2020

As NJ schools shift to online learning, what should they do about cyberattacks?

This national article by Gannett, discusses how schools can overcome the pitfalls of issues with online security and privacy as education shifted to virtual learning in Fall, 2020. '“Zoom bombing, cyberbullying, phishing – you name it. It has increased astronomically. Everybody needs to be really mindful about security right now,” said Kutub Thakur, an assistant professor and director of the Cyber Defense & Security Program at New Jersey City University.'

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The Jersey Journal/NJ.com - September 1, 2020

A. Harry Moore School Will Start Year with New Principal After a Rollercoaster 2019-20

In this article, new A. Harry Moore principal Jason Jusino is introduced to the Jersey City community. NJCU President Sue Henderson is quoted and discusses the renewed partnership between NJCU and Jersey City Public Schools.

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