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Cotsakos College of Business Included in Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools for Sixth Straight Year
University's 2013 Russ Berrie Institute Sales Triathlon, a Three-day Sales Competition for Students, Featured in NJBIZ
News Notes for Faculty, Staff, and Students
University to Hold Film Screenings About America’s Civil Rights Struggle in Observance of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s March on Washington
Women’s Basketball Included in D3 News Preseason Poll, Borova Honored
Men’s Basketball to Start Season at Home Nov. 15
Field Hockey, Men’s Soccer and Volleyball Making Pushes for Postseason Bids
U.S. Department of Education Awards William Paterson University’s College of Education $3.2 Million Five-Year Grant to Prepare and Support Educational Leaders in Partnership with Paterson Public Schools
--William Paterson is the only New Jersey University funded.
Construction of New Academic Building Begins
Project is partially funded by the “Building Our Future” Bond Act.
National Scholars to Discuss Future of Higher Education at Conference Hosted by William Paterson University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences
--- Columbia University Professor Andrew Delbanco, recipient of 2011 National Humanities Medal, will provide keynote address
The University Hosts the 2013 New Jersey Gubernatorial Debate
A slideshow from the 2013 New Jersey gubernatorial debate hosted by William Paterson on October 8.
New National Study by Sociology Professor Shows White College Students Are More Accepting of African Americans Than Other Racial and Ethnic Groups
National study by Professor Vincent Parrillo is largest ever conducted on this topic.
Alum’s Coffee House Brews Up Memories of Orwell’s “War of the Worlds”
Franc Gambatese ’87 has been fascinated with Orson Welles’ radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds all of his life.