Continuing Education

Mon
27
Jun

Rutgers Inn & Conference Center Thrives on Estate Graced in History and Shrouded in Mystery

An old aerial view of the Inn

Reaching highest-ever occupancy levels in 2015, the inn continues the university's mission

A sweeping estate known as Lindenwood that sits high on a bluff above the Raritan River – along today’s Ryders Lane on the Douglass Campus of Rutgers University – at the turn of the 20th century held only the ruins of a farmhouse built by one of the city’s most prominent families. 

Read more at Rutgers Today

Mon
27
Jun

Drones Will Be Focus of Pre-Engineering Summer Academy Certificate

Rutgers website on the Summer Academy

Rutgers professor E. A. Elsayed discusses the history and future of drones

As drones rise in popularity, their use is provoking new thinking on the possibilities. The U.S. Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Geological Survey already use drones to monitor wildlife populations without disturbing them. Amazon is testing drones that could deliver packages in as little as half an hour after an online purchase. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has teamed with other agencies on an experiment to use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to spy on storms as they evolve.

Read more at Rutgers Today

Mon
27
Jun

MyCentralJersey.com: Educational facility recently opened

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The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies and Lifelong Learning has opened the Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium, an executive training facility for continuing and professional education programs and events. The item appears under the Franklin heading.

Read more at MyCentralJersey.com

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Mon
16
May

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden signed a Conditional Acceptance Agreement May 11, allowing students to complete three years of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Atlantic Cape and seamlessly transfer to Rutgers–Camden for completion.The 3+1 agreement allows students to pay the lower tuition and fees at Atlantic Cape for an additional year, a savings of more than $20,000, before transferring to the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden.

Fri
06
May

Rutgers Makerspace Promotes Creativity and Entrepreneurship

Screenshot of Rutgers Makerspace webpage

Doing Things Your Own Way 

What's going to be your next big invention? Students and faculty are taking their ideas and building them at the Rutgers Makerspace, which has tools like a laser cutter and 3D printer to help you get the job done. Everyone is welcome. Watch and see how it works.

Fri
22
Apr

University Students Rehabilitate 100-Year-Old Cook Campus Trail

Historic picture of Cook Trail

Rutgers University students have adopted the Arbor trail located behind the University Inn and Conference Center on Cook campus. Read more

Tue
15
Mar

Husband & Wife, Both Municipal Leaders, Earn Executive MPA Degrees

Photo of Kathy Monzo and Joe Monzo in front of a Ride For A Cause backdrop

Then, One Returns to School to Become the Teacher

In 1999, Joe Monzo, then chief financial officer for Ewing Township, NJ, had more than 20 years experience in the public sector. Looking for an opportunity to advance his career, he considered pursuing a master’s degree — a suggestion made by the mayor of Ewing Township at that time.

“I chose the Rutgers Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) program because of the name and the convenient location in Mercer County,” says Monzo. He started the program a year later and graduated with his EMPA degree in 2001.

Mon
07
Mar

3 signs you’ll soon be attending a coding bootcamp at your college

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Rutgers Coding Bootcamp, launched in fall 2015, is among a select group of university-based coding bootcamp programs in the United States. This certificate program is specifically designed to teach adult learners and part-time students the skills they need for careers in web development, a high-demand area for the digital economy.

Read the full article at TechCrunch

Wed
03
Feb

Rutgers Partners with Sustainable Jersey to Deliver New Certificate Program

Helps Public Managers Sharpen Skills in Public Communications

Reduced tuition rates for towns participating in Sustainable Jersey program

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Public and nonprofit leaders and managers can learn skills and strategies for communicating effectively with their constituents in a new Leadership Certificate series offered by the Rutgers Center for Executive Leadership in Government (CELG) in partnership with Sustainable Jersey starting March 1st.

“Strategic Public Communications for Public and Nonprofit Managers” is a four-part seminar program offered from 9:30 to 3:30 on March 1st and 8th on the Rutgers—New Brunswick campus. All sessions will be held at CELG’s classrooms at 303 George St.

Four topics critical to effective public communications will be covered:

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